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The Fersentalrunde

E-Bike · Valsugana, Lagorai, Tesino
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  • Mit dem E-bike durch das Fersental
    Mit dem E-bike durch das Fersental
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m 1200 1000 800 600 400 20 18 16 14 12 10 8 6 4 2 km
Distance 20.8 km
3:07 h
737 m
738 m
1,318 m
580 m
Through the Fersental.
Only 20 km from the city of Trento lies the Fersental (Valle dei Mocheni), a well-known linguistic island with German roots, nestled between the mountains. In the valley, people speak the Fersental idiom, which is described as Alemannic or Bavarian, but has also been influenced by the Italian language and the Trentino dialect. The Fersental is also known for berry cultivation; red currants, raspberries and blackberries and mulberries thrive in the valley. Over 1200 producers market their products in the Sant'Orsola agricultural consortium.

From the centre of ➊ Canezza (590 m) take the provincial road SP 135 and head towards Frassilongo, passing the villages ➋ Pizze, ➌ Frassilongo, ➍ Fierozzo-S. Francesco (1030 m) and ➎ S. Felice (1135 m). Francesco (1030 m) and ➎ S. Felice (1135 m). Soon you reach ➏ Hacleri (1315 m) and thus the highest point of the tour. Descend to just below the village of ➐ Palù del Fersina (the village centre is 50 m higher), turn right (MTB 249) and descend into the valley. At the ➑ junction go straight on, at the ➒ junction turn right and continue along the Fersina stream (the asphalt surface on this stretch is quite slippery) to the ➓ cycle path, which you follow back to the ➊ starting point.   Signposted with No. 249 .


Parts of this content were machine translated using German as the source language

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