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The Upper Val di Non Cycle and Foot Path

Bicycle Ride · Val di Non
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  • Bicycle path in Val di Non
    Bicycle path in Val di Non
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easy
Distance 20.4 km
1:47 h
387 m
314 m
1,054 m
837 m
Val di Non welcomes bike lovers with a trail through beautiful landscape. During apple blossom time, the countryside here is like an immense white cloud of magical enchantment, while in the following months it takes on hues of deep green and the fresh vibrancy of autumn.

The upper Val di Non route is about 21 kilometres long and, given the Upper Valley plateau terrain, is the perfect destination for cycling fans. The loop-route cycle path leads over tarred roads and links the towns of Malgolo, Romeno, Salter, Cavareno, Sarnonico, Ronzone, Malosco and Fondo en-route back to the town of Romeno through green countryside and the vast meadows around Pradiei, venue for the “Ciaspolada” snowshoe race in winter.   The route is mainly flat except for a few slight uphill sections, with a cumulative elevation gain of about 500 metres.

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