Route that develops along the hills surrounding the lakes of Levico and Caldonazzo passing through historical artistic sites and panoramic points of the surrounding lakes and hills.
It starts from the Tre Castagni park and continues towards the castle of Pergine and then continues towards Masetti and the hamlet of Zava. Then go down towards Ischia from where you continue towards the loc. Visintainer. Then go up towards the provincial road and continue towards the Colle delle Benne and then head towards Levico from where, passing at the foot of the hill of S Biagio, you reach the provincial road. Continue to the left on a dirt road and just before reaching the loc. Visintainer, turning left, crosses the Vignola stream in the direction of Tenna. From the inhabited center continue in the direction of the fort of the same name and then towards the church of S. Valentino and then go down to the loc. Brenta. From here you go up through the vineyards towards Tenna and then continue along the hillside towards Campolongo and Ischia, descend towards S. Cristoforo and reach Pergine, along the Rastel cycle path, up to the starting point.
What to see: Tre Castagni Park, Pergine Castle, Forte delle Benne, Church of S. Biagio, Forte di Tenna and Church of S. Cristoforo.
CODE OF CONDUCT FOR SUSTAINABLE BIKING
Plan your trip
Share the trails with other users
Always give way to hikers on foot
Check the speed based on your experience
Walk slowly along the crowded paths, overtake with courtesy and respect
Never abandon the marked paths, do not take closed paths
Avoid the paths in case of mud to avoid damaging them further
Respect nature, the path, plants and animals
Don't scare the animals
Do not abandon the waste
Respect public and private property
Always be self-sufficient
Don't travel alone in isolated areas
Leave light footprints and limit yourself to taking photos as a reminder of the exit
ALWAYS WEAR YOUR HELMET!
Tips from NORBA AND IMBA Codes of Conduct.
The information contained in this sheet is subject to inevitable variations, therefore no indication has an absolute value. Inaccuracies or inaccuracies cannot be completely avoided, given the rapidity of environmental or meteorological changes that may occur. In this sense, we decline all responsibility for any changes suffered by the user. It is advisable, however, to make sure, before taking an excursion, on the state of the places and on the environmental or meteorological conditions.
As you will imagine, the practicability of the itineraries in a mountain environment is strictly linked to the contingent conditions and therefore depends on natural phenomena, environmental changes and weather conditions. For this reason, the information contained in this info may have changed. Before leaving, find out about the status of the route by contacting the hut manager about your route, the mountain guides, the visitor centers of the natural parks and the tourist offices.