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Tour 865 - Piramids

Mountainbiking · Altopiano di Pinè,Valle di Cembra
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A moderately demanding route that leads to the discovery of important sights such as the geological site of the Segonzano Pyramids, bizarre earth pinnacles topped by a large boulder, and the breathtaking panorama from the top of the village of Bedollo.

Distance 18 km
3:00 h
713 m
711 m
1,366 m
733 m

A tour that requires more effort in the first part of the route, in which you go up through the village of Bedollo and then continue along a forest road through the pine forest leading to a now abandoned village: Gausaldo. This is the highest point of the tour. From here on, the route proceeds on a long descent through the forest to discover a series of interesting places: the Sanctuary of the Madonna dell'Aiuto (Our Lady of Help) and the ancient village of Stedro di Segonzano, with its ancient little church and view of the Avisio Valley. Worthy of note are two observation points with a privileged view of the earth pyramids of Segonzano, on the asphalt road leading to Quaras.

Author’s recommendation

ATTENTION: follow the gpx track and the directions on this page; signposting for the routes is being placedIt is also possible to reach the top of the village by deviating to the historic centre of Bedollo following the paved road.

Also not to be missed are the panoramic views of the Piné Plateau and its lakes from the village of Bedollo.

Pushing sections from Segonzano up the E5 trail to Marteri di Bedollo.

Also suitable for E-MTB.

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Update: October 12, 2022
S1 moderate
Highest point
1,366 m
Lowest point
733 m
Best time of year

Track types

Asphalt 1.02%Road 0.71%Unknown 98.26%
0.2 km
0.1 km
17.7 km
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Safety information

ATTENTION: follow the gpx track and the indications on this page; the signposting of the routes is currently being placed; in the section from Quaras to Marteri there are some uphill sections to be pushed.


  • 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 - - ​​


Centrale di Bedollo, Sports Centre (1,075 m)
46.162578, 11.305395
46°09'45.3"N 11°18'19.4"E
32T 677986 5114694


Centrale di Bedollo, Sports Centre

Turn-by-turn directions

From Centrale, go uphill through the village of Bedollo to the hamlet of Svaldi, where the provincial road ends. It is also possible to reach the top of the village by turning into the historic centre of Bedollo following the paved road. Continue left, first on the paved road and then on the dirt road, as far as the Capitel del Frànzele. Immediately after the capital, turn right onto the mule track and, crossing the wood, reach the dirt road that climbs towards the Dosso di Segonzano. Follow it downhill for a fairly long stretch until you reach the Madonna dell'Aiuto Sanctuary. When you reach the provincial road, head towards the hamlet of Stedro di Segonzano, passing through the centre of the village and taking the road to Luc e Quaras. Here are the two observation points from above on the Segonzano Pyramids. Once past Quaras, the route becomes steeper and more demanding, with some pushing sections before reaching Marteri di Bedollo. From here, a short stretch on an asphalt road leads back to the starting point.


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Public transport

The Piné Plateau can be reached with the B 403 and B 404 extra-urban public transport lines.

Getting there

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 sports center of Centrale di Bedollo.


Near the sports centre of Centrale di Bedollo.


46.162578, 11.305395
46°09'45.3"N 11°18'19.4"E
32T 677986 5114694
Arrival by train, car, foot or bike



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  • Helmet
  • Goggles
  • Repair kit
  • First aid kit
  • Water
  • Windproof jacket for the descent

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S1 moderate
18 km
3:00 h
713 m
711 m
Highest point
1,366 m
Lowest point
733 m
Circular route Scenic Refreshment stops available Cultural/historical interest Geological highlights


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