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The exposed single-trail is very steep and only driveable for advanced bikers.
Distance 25.2 km
Small city with a port In 1786, on his journey through Italy, the German author and poet Goethe was very fascinated by Torbole, the small village at the northern end of the Lake. The first bikers have discovered this place 25 years ago to be an ideal starting point for many tours onto the Monte Altissimo and its surroundings.
From the Piazza Goethe in (1) Torbole (70 m) you follow the steep side-road (signs for the bike-route), climbing to (2) Nago (220 m). Having reached the centre, you follow the signs “Anello Garda Sarca”/Monte Baldo from the (3) Piazza Pesarol on the Via San Vigilio. Shortly after you will reach a (4) junction with a statue of the Madonna. Keeping the left you will climb steeply in the direction of the Monte Baldo. The asphalted mountain road winds to the (5) Alp Zures (639 m). Following this road uphill, you will reach the first (6) barrier, where you keep right (sign Doss del Mosca). At the second (7) barrier you keep left and follow the n. 6. On this steep and rough forest path you continue to Navene/Malcesine and reach the highest point of this tour in the forest. The decline starts with some hardly driveable steps. Following this challenging single-track you reach the (8) Dosso Spirano (873 m). In the direction of Navene (path n. 6), the path wriggles itself down to the (9)
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