Route winding through the various villages in the municipality of Baselga. An interesting route both from a cultural and naturalistic point of view: ancient villages, churches, historic fountains, nature conservation areas and much more to discover.
This route is particularly interesting from both a cultural and naturalistic point of view: ancient villages, churches, historic fountains, nature conservation areas and much more to discover. Among the first points of interest are the Dosso panoramico di Miola, with a privileged view of Lake Serraia, the hamlets of Rizzolaga, Sternigo, Ricaldo and Baselga. For the less well-trained, the tour can conclude by continuing in the direction of the Miola Ice Stadium or continue on to the hamlets of Tressilla, San Mauro and Montagnaga, where there are further places of religious and natural interest such as the Sanctuary of the Madonna di Piné, with the Comparsa meadow and the Redeemer Monument, and the Laghestel Nature Reserve. In the final stretch of the tour, other amenities are discovered. From Montagnaga, climb up towards the hamlets of Grill, where, not far from the indicated route, you can visit the ruins of Castel de la Mot, also called Belvedere Castle because of its suggestive view of Lake Caldonazzo. Further on are the hamlets of Prada and Faida, where there is a water mill dating back to the 1700s, which can also be visited upon request. Also not to be underestimated are the small hamlets at the end of the tour, Cané and Fioré, villages surrounded by greenery and smelling of ancient history.
ATTENTION: follow the gpx track and the directions on this page; route signposting is being placed.
The tour can be shortened to a tour in the north-eastern part of the Plateau passing through Lago della Serraia, Sternigo, Ricaldo and returning from Baselga to the Ice Stadium, or in the south-western part starting from Baselga in the direction of Tressilla San Mauro, Montagnaga and returning following the original route. It can also be walked in both directions without any difficulty. Strongly recommended are the unmarked detours on the trail to Castel de la Mot near the hamlet of Grill and the Rio Negro waterfalls in the hamlet of Erla.Steep sections: diversions to the Comparsa meadow and the Redeemer Monument and descent along the "Rosta", an old cobbled mule track connecting the Baselga cemetery to Tressilla. Attention also needs to be paid to the stretch from Fiorè down to Miola, as it is uneven in places.
Also suitable for E-MTB.
WARNING: follow the gpx track and the directions on this page; signposting of the routes is being placed
- The roads, paths and tracks indicated are often also travelled in the opposite direction, so always pay attention to pedestrians, bicycles and cars approaching
- On paths and in narrow places always watch out for hikers and use common sense, slow down and stop if necessary
- Always wear a helmet and do not underestimate the degree of difficulty of the route
- Take away any rubbish
- Respect speed limits and ride in such a way that you are always in control of your bike
As you can imagine, the practicability of routes in a mountain environment is closely linked to conditions and therefore depends on natural phenomena, environmental changes and weather conditions. For this reason, the information contained in this sheet may have changed. Before setting off, find out about the status of the route by contacting the manager of the huts on your route, mountain guides, nature park visitor centres and tourist offices.
Tips and hints
Piné Cembra Tourist Office - Tel. +39 0461 557028 - firstname.lastname@example.org - www.visitpinecembra.it
Coming from the A22 Brennero motorway (from the south Trento Sud exit - from the north Trento Nord exit) and the Brennero state road 12, follow the S.S. 47 della Valsugana to Pergine Valsugana - Padova to the Mochena junction for Altopiano di Piné, then take the S.P. 83 di Piné to the Miola Ice Stadium.
Large car park at the Miola Ice Stadium.
- Mtb with off-road tyres
- Repair kit
- First aid kit
- Windproof jacket for the descent