The 3rd itinerary of the 4 Tour Predaia MTB. A well-signposted circuit tour on the Altopiano della Predaia with various refreshment points in the villages passed through.
Distance 26.8 km
Highest point1,104 m
Lowest point629 m
A not very demanding itinerary and circuit considering the length and elevation difference and without any particular technical difficulty. It covers the entire Altopiano della Predaia and passes through woods and villages, and there are opportunities to stop off at the Coredo lakes.
APT Val di Non
Update: June 27, 2020
Best time of year
Always follow the signs with "Pradaia MTB 3"
Please note that the practicability of the itineraries in a mountain environment is strictly linked to the contingent conditions and is therefore influenced by natural phenomena, environmental changes and weather conditions. For this reason, the information contained in this page may have changed. Before leaving for a tour, make sure the path you will approach is still accessible by contacting the owner of the mountain hut, the alpine guides or the visitor centres of the nature parks, the info offices of the local tourist board.
Coredo (914 m)
32T 663436 5130517
Starting from Palazzo Nero at Coredo one follows the signs for the Predaia MTB Number 3, which gradually rises through the area of Loc. Dossi and passes the Tavon play area and continues as far as the crossroads for the Sanctuary of San Romedio, and at which point the itineraries 1 and 2 go their own way. Following the signs for Route 3 one continues as far as the Venetian sawmill in Loc. Due Laghi – a fine example of the sawmills built in Trentino from the 13th century on and it is here that the uphill of 2 km which brings one to Loc. Merlonga begins. From Marlonga one again follows the signs for Predaia MTB Number 4 along the flat “Sentiero Panoramico” and which brings one to two terraces enjoying viewpoints over Due Laghi and the Sanctuary of San Romedio, the latter one of the main symbols of Val di Non and one of the most characteristic hermitages in the whole of Europe, and it having 5 small churches literally perched on the rock. A further short uphill takes one uphill to the highest point of the wood and from there a flat area leads to Smarano and Sfruz. Here, Route 3 separates from Route 4, and following the former and one goes uphill to “Lovere” where it joins up with itineraries 1 and 2 and by biking downhill one reaches Vervò. The downhill continues on to “3 Confini”, and here by following the appropriate signposting one takes the final uphill to the right and which after bordering on the fascinating spectacle of Castel Bragher takes one on to Coredo.
all notes on protected areas
From the junction of Dermulo in Val di Non follow the indications in a northerly direction for Passo Mendola and then after a short distance turn to the right and follow indications for Coredo / Altopiano della Predaia.
Free parking spaces in the main square. Parking also available at the Lakes of Coredo and Tavon, fee due between June 1st and September 15th.