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The Valsugana Cycling Path

· 2 reviews · Long distance cycling · Trentino
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  • Ciclabile sul Lago di Caldonazzo
    Ciclabile sul Lago di Caldonazzo
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Over this cycling route of 80 km, that straddles Trentino and Veneto regions, culture and history mingle with natural landscapes. The Valsugana cycling path is the ongly 'real' cycling path of Trentino (together with the one of the Adige river).
Distance 82 km
6:24 h
252 m
631 m
488 m
111 m
The Valsugana Cycle Path connects the Caldonazzo Lake with Bassano del Grappa: a true paradise for all bike lovers. It is 80 km long, with intermingling cultural aspects, history and natural landscape which mark the border between Trentino and Veneto. The Brenta river is a bridge uniting these two regions, a cultural path which resembles the great European Paths.The river and its route are a unique itinerary marked by interesting cultural, historical, artistic and natural features, crossing a territory rich in sightseeing opportunities.Its water will accompany you along an easy path, mainly flat, suitable for everybody, to spend some carefree hours, performing sports activities outdoor, surrounded by nature.

Author’s recommendation

Train & Bike

During July and August all railway services offer special train coaches to transport 32 bikes ( From September to June the trains can transport only 6 bikes per run. Reservation at Trentino Trasporti the day before: +39 0461 821000

ATTENTION Due to a landslide there will be a deviation. Cyclists will find sings and marks, just follow them.

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Update: September 01, 2022
Highest point
488 m
Lowest point
111 m
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Asphalt 99.99%
82 km
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Safety information

Ride your bike carefully when approaching the few cross-roads you find along the cycle path.

Pay attention when overriding other bikers.

Give your bike a regular checkup, especially if you've had it for years.

Be seen: you must wear a high vis jacket (or sash) in tunnels and on country roads after sunset.

Always wear your helmet.Make sure your front and rear lights are working.

Put out your arm to give advance warning of your intention to change position and before you do anything, check there are no vehicles coming up behind you.

Don't use headphones or your mobile phone handsfree kit: you need all your concentration on the road!

Obey the road signs: stop at traffic lights and don't ride on the wrong side of the road.If you are cycling in a group, always go in single file.

You've got a bell: use it to let pedestrians know you're there.

Don't ride on footpaths. If you have to then get off and push your bike.

If there are cycle paths use them. It's your safety that's at stake and the rules of the road say you must.



The cycle pathe in Trentino are usually closed by the local authorities from November, 15th to April, 15th.


The information on this chart is subject to inevitable variations, so this means that none of the indications are absolute. It is not entirely possible to avoid giving inexact or imprecise information, given how quickly environmental and weather conditions can change. For this reason we decline any responsibility for changes which the user may encounter. In any case, the hiker is advised to check the conditions of the places, environment and weather before setting out.

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.

Tips and hints

Tourism Board Valsugana

Ph. +39 0461727700


Pergine Valsugana (468 m)
46.063211, 11.232694
46°03'47.6"N 11°13'57.7"E
32T 672684 5103494


Pergine Valsugana

Turn-by-turn directions

This unique cycle way goes in parallel to River Brenta for long stretches. There are no particularly difficult steep stretches, thus the path is ideal for all kinds of bikers, and it also offers various resting areas, the Bicigrill of Levico and Tezze di Grigno, and many ice cream shops in the different villages which the path crosses.The cycle path touches indeed many villages, even Borgo, which offers many services and an info point. The cycle path furher reaches many other villages, which are a short ride away from the cycle path itself, always along River Brenta. In Pianello Vallon the cycle path enters the province of Vicenza and leaves Trentino. From here you continue to cycle along River Brenta, over various suspended bridges which mark the most narrow stretch of Valsugana. You then reach Ristorante Cornale, which serves as Bicigrill, and then till Bassano, along a secondary road, through numerous, pictoresque villages, as Valstagna, Oliero, Campolongo sul Brenta, Campese and Sant'Eusebio. You need to pay special attention along this stretch, because it is open to normal vehicles as well.


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Public transport

You can easily reach the Valsugana cycle path riding toward the River Brenta, because the cycle path follows the river direction, partially on the right side, and partially on the left river bank.


You can park at each railway station, or in the various villages you find along the cycle path, like Pergine, Calceranica, Caldonazzo, Marter di Roncegno, Borgo Valsugana, Castelnuovo, Castel Ivano, Tezze, etc.


46.063211, 11.232694
46°03'47.6"N 11°13'57.7"E
32T 672684 5103494
Arrival by train, car, foot or bike

Author’s map recommendations

Presso gli uffici turistici i vari noleggi e i bicigrill è disponibile la cartina integrale della ciclabile.


We always recommend helmet

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Questions and answers

Question from Filippo Marrè Brunenghi · June 14, 2020 · Community
Ci sono dei mezzi pubblici (treno o bus) per fare la strada inversa? Perché vorrei arrivare la con la macchina, fare la ciclabile, e poi tornare in dietro coi mezzi.
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Answered by Omar Ropelato · June 16, 2020 · APT Valsugana e Lagorai
Buon giorno Filippo, le invio il link per verificare gli orari a Disposizione Omar
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Question from Nicoletti Giuseppe Tabaglio Oriana · June 01, 2020 · Community
Il treno che da Bassano mi riporta a Levico c è sempre? Vorremmo farla verso metà giugno, infrasettimanale. Grazie
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Answered by Omar Ropelato · June 03, 2020 · APT Valsugana e Lagorai
Buon Giorno Giuseppe, le invio gli orari dei treni, sia Andata che il Ritorno Rimaniamo a disposizione Omar
Question from Antonio Sassi · May 28, 2020 · Community
Che bici usare? Mtb o bdc? Ci sono fontane x l’acqua?
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Answered by Omar Ropelato · May 29, 2020 · APT Valsugana e Lagorai
Buon giorno Antonio, la ciclabile della Valsugana e tutta ben asfaltata, il tipo di bicicletta da usare è una scelta molto soggettiva, ci sono molti noleggi ben forniti e in grado di poterle consigliare la bici più indicata per lei. E' possibile noleggiare anche bici elettriche, con pedalata assistita che sicuramente possono darle una marcia in più :-) Lungo la ciclabile ci sono 4 bici grill e si passa anche per alcuni paesi dove può trovare anche gelato artigianale. Trova comunque anche alcune fontanelle. Rimango a disposizione Omar
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82 km
6:24 h
252 m
631 m
Highest point
488 m
Lowest point
111 m
Multi-stage route Family-friendly Refreshment stops available Cultural/historical interest Insider tip


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