Levels

Levels

CYCLING

Our itineraries for "Beginners" and “Occasional bikers” have been created:
-reducing difficulties as much as possible (uphills are minimal, only paved roads or unpaved roads in excellent conditions are chosen)
-using exclusively cycle paths and low traffic roads

However all participants, especially the youngest ones, are strictly required to conduct a safe bike driving and keep a perfect balance on their bike. This applies on any itinerary, including those for "Beginners" and “Occasional bikers”. Also, they must be able to:
-ride on public roads
-ride on secondary paved roads which are not always in perfect conditions
-ride on downhill roads that can be steep at times

Although our groups are small, you may find yourself riding with other people. Failure to observe the above mentioned precautions may cause harm to yourself and other participants. In this regard we remind you that you may also opt for a private, tailor-made itinerary, with an exclusive guide at your disposal!

Beginner:
bike path suitable for all cyclists, short itinerary, takes palce only on paved roads, with minimal elevation gain uphill.
- Lenght: max km 15 (max miles 10)
- Elevation gain uphill: max m. 100 (max ft 300)

Basic-occasional rider:
trekking bike path suitable for all cyclists in terms of length and decline. It usually takes place on paved roads or easily passable unpaved roads, with no hazardous sections.
- Lenght: km 15-25 (miles 9-15)
- Elevation gain uphill: m. 100-300 (ft 300-900)

Intermediate-weekend cyclist:
cross country path which requires an average level of training in terms of length and decline. It usually takes place on unpaved roads and easy trails, and requires familiarity with the driving of the bicycle, as there might be some dangerous sections.
- Lenght: km 25-40 (miles 15-25) 
- Dislivello in salita: m. 300-600 (ft 900-1900)

Advanced-active cyclist:
cross country-all mountain path, which length and decline make it suitable only for well-trained bikers. It usually and mostly takes place on very steep roads, strenuous trails and extreme accessibility conditions. It requires a perfect command of the vehicle; there might be dangerous sections.
- Lenght: km 40-60 (miles 25-37)
- Dislivello in salita: m. 600-1500 (ft 1900-4900)

For each level of difficulty, Lenght and Elevation gain uphill, are approximate measurements.

HIKING

Our itineraries for "Beginners" and “Basic”  have been created:
-reducing difficulties as much as possible (uphills are minimal, only paved roads or unpaved roads in excellent conditions are chosen)
-using exclusively low traffic roads

Although our groups are small, you may find yourself walking with other people. Failure to observe the above mentioned precautions may cause harm to yourself and other participants. In this regard we remind you that you may also opt for a private, tailor-made itinerary, with an exclusive guide at your disposal!

Beginner:
hiking path suitable for all the people, short itinerary, takes palce only on paved roads or easily passable unpaved roads, with minimal elevation gain uphill.
- Lenght: max km 5 (max miles 3)
- Elevation gain uphill: max m. 100 (max ft 300)

Basic:
trekking path suitable for all walker in terms of length and decline. It usually takes place on paved roads, easily passable unpaved roads, easy trails, with no hazardous sections.
- Lenght: max km 10 (miles 6)
- Elevation gain uphill: max m. 200 (ft 650)

Intermediate:
trekking path which requires an average level of training in terms of length and decline. It usually takes place on unpaved roads and mountain trails, as there might be some dangerous sections.
- Lenght: max km 15 (miles 9)
- Dislivello in salita: m. 400 (ft 1300)

Advanced:
trekking path, which length and decline make it suitable only for well-trained walker. It usually and mostly takes place on very steep and strenuous trails, and extreme accessibility conditions. There might be dangerous sections.
- Lenght: km 10-20 (miles 6-12)
- Dislivello in salita: m. 400-800 (ft 1300-2600)

For each level of difficulty, Lenght and Elevation gain uphill, are approximate measurements.

Tutti gli itinerari si svolgono su strade o sentieri, senza effettuare fuori pista, e non necessitano in alcun caso l’utilizzo di attrezzatura alpinistica.

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