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The Cima d'Asta tour

Mountainbiking · Valsugana, Lagorai, Tesino
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  • Great views during the this tour to the Cima d'Asta in Valsugana valley.
    Great views during the this tour to the Cima d'Asta in Valsugana valley.
    Photo: APT Valsugana
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Distance 86.3 km
13:57 h
2,978 m
2,979 m
2,026 m
465 m
Around a massive granite block
When climbing on forest roads along the Val Campelle to passo Cinque Croci, there will be many steep sections encountered with gradients reaching up to 20%. and the road to passo del brocon is very narrow. at the end of the Val nuvola a short but beautiful single-track to Cascatelle, by Castello Tesino, will put a smile on any mountain biker’s face.

At 2847 m elevation, the Cima d’Asta is the highest mountain in the Alpi Fiemmesi: a massive granite block. It takes two days to go around it, and one only truly realise how big it is at Passo Cinque Croci; an incredible view on the Lagorai range and the Pale di S.Martino. The route unfolds through the Val Campelle, the Valle del Vanoi and on the way back along the Tesino plateau and the Valsugana. Itinerary description Day 1:  Set off in ➊ Strigno (506 m) and pedal up to ➋ Spera (557 m), still climbing on a strong gradient head toward the Val Campelle, and pass by the ➌ Rifugio Crucolo (1110 m) and the ➍ Rifugio Carlettini (1372 m). From the Ponte Conseria bridge take the forest road and follow the signs for MTB route n. 243, at the fork to ➎ Malga Valsorda go straight and above the Malga Conseria (food stop) follow the waymark to the ➏ Passo Cinque Croci, 2018 m. From here descend on a forest road along the Val Cia and reach the Rifugio Refavaie (1116 m), ➐ the destination and


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