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TBK Fierollo 2307

Mountainbiking · Valsugana, Lagorai, Tesino
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  • Fierollo Alm
    Fierollo Alm
    Photo: APT Valsugana
Distance 24.2 km
4:27 h
863 m
862 m
1,529 m
844 m
Route that starts in Pieve Tesino, partly in the Malenen Valley and then towards Spiado, across the pastures of the Fierollo mountain pasture with enchanting panoramic views.

The route begins in Pieve Tesino, initially on the asphalt road that leads into the Malene Valley. Near the village of Biasiolo, turn left downhill, cross the wooden bridge and then turn left onto the gravel road (the Grigno stream remains on the left) until you reach the Malene Bar. At the junction with the asphalt road, turn left again, over the bridge and onto the main road. From here follow the forest road for 1 km. On the right, take the road that leads to the S. Antonio Capitol, pass it on the left until you reach the forest road of the Mughi biotope and the dirt road that leads to the right across the Rippa river. Here, a dirt road winds to the left towards Fierollo. Continue uphill (gravel again before the bend) on the main road to the Fierollo Alm (1563 m). Just below the car park, the somewhat technical trail leads towards the Longon bridge. Here, over a dozen hairpin bends on the gravel road to nahc Bieno, then for 200 m on the asphalt road downhill. Before the sports field


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