From the junction with the Ronda Piccola at Sella di Calino, it continues until Vespana, goes down along the Lomasona and arrives in Prial from where, by setting a low gear, begins the climb to S. Silvestro up to Malga Vigo (1079 m.a.s.l.) where, the panorama of the Brenta Dolomites and the Adamello Mountains is extraordinary.
Up there, Cima Tosa and the Carè Alto glacier (3500 meter high) will block the riders with their incomparable beauty.
The Ronda Grande offers the opportunity to challenge considerable ascents, descents as well as to test different terrains: from asphalt to gravel sections, pedaling through places such as Dos del Clef and S. Pietro. Once in Novino the Ronda Grande takes the same road as the Ronda Piccola to the finish line.
Rest StopAcetaia del Balsamico Trentino
BIKER’S CODE OF RESPONSIBILITY
- Plan your ride
- Share the trail with other users
- Yield right of way to hikers
- Let your speed be determined by your experience
- Ride slowly on crowded trails, overtake with politeness and respect
- Cycle only on authorized and open trails
- Avoid muddy trails in order not to damage them further
- Respect nature, plants, animals and the trail
- Do not frighten animals
- Take your rubbish home with you
- Respect public and private property
- Always be selfsufficient
- Do not cycle solo in remote areas
- Take back home only good pics
ALWAYS WEAR YOUR HELMET !
Suggestions taken from NORBA and IMBA codes of conduct.
Tips and hints
For more information on routes and bike services: rentals, workshops, shops and cycling friendly accommodation: APT Garda Trentino, Tel. +39 0464 554444 - www.gardatrentino.it
Getting thereGetting to northern Lake Garda / Garda Trentino: www.gardatrentino.it
ParkingFree parking in Riva del Garda at the old hospital (via Rosmini) and the old cemetery (Viale D. Chiesa).
Pay parking at the Public Gardens Porta Orientale, Roman Baths, Viale Lutti (Ex Agraria), Monte Oro, Blue Garden.
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Riding your bike requires specific clothing and equipment, even for relatively short and easy trips. It is always better to be prepared… e.g. for bad weather or a drop your energy levels. The unexpected things also make up a part of the fun!
Remember to throughly evaluate the type of route you plan to do, the locations you plan to cross and the current season. Has it been raining? Attention: The paths may be slippery and require more caution.
What do I need to bring on my bike tour?
An adequate water supply according to your needs (considering temperature, possibility of refuelling and duration of the route)
- Plenty of snacks (for example, dried fruit or energy bars)
- Waterproof / Windproof jacket.
- A spare top / spare socks. (Descending in a sweaty garment, will make you cold)
- Bike gloves/mitts
- Map or GPS device
- Bike lights: best placed on your helmet or handlebars. (It is always best to be prepared)
- Bike repair kit for punctures and mechanical breakdowns
- First aid kit
- Emergency whistle
It is always advised to let someone know where you plan to go and how long you expect to be.
Emergency telephone number 112