By Bike

The routes for "Beginners" and "Occasional Cyclists" have been designed:

- eliminating difficulties as much as possible (the climbs are minimal, only asphalt roads or excellent dirt roads are traveled)
- using cycle paths and low traffic roads However, all participants must have a safe ride and be able to stay in perfect balance on the bike . They must also be able to:
-to ride on public roads
-to pedal along secondary roads with asphalted surfaces but sometimes not in perfect condition
-to go along roads with even steep descents

Although our groups are not numerous, it is still possible to ride with other people. Failure to keep in mind the information on the "Difficulty Levels" page could create dangerous situations and make the excursion an unpleasant experience, not only for yourself, but also for the other participants. This is why we also remind you of the possibility of designing personalized and private itineraries. You will have a guide at your exclusive disposal!

Beginner

bike route within the reach of all cyclists, takes place only on asphalted roads, of short length and with minimal uphill gradient. - Length: max km 15 - Uphill difference in height: max m. 100

Occasional cyclist base

bike trekking route within the reach of all cyclists due to the difference in height and length, it takes place normally and mainly on easily passable asphalted or dirt roads, it does not present dangerous passages. - Length: 15-25 km - Difference in height: m. 100-300

bike route within the reach of all cyclists, takes place only on asphalted roads, of short length and with minimal uphill gradient. - Length: max km 15 - Uphill difference in height: max m. 100

Medium-active cyclist

cross country route which, due to its slope and length, requires a fair amount of training, normally takes place on dirt roads and on easy paths, requires some experience in handling the vehicle, and may present some dangerous passages. - Length: 25-40 km - Difference in height: m. 300-600

Competitive expert-cyclist

cross country-All mountain route that requires excellent training due to slope and length, takes place normally and mainly on very steep roads and / or at the limit of pedalability, off-piste and on complex paths, requires perfect mastery of the vehicle, may present passages dangerous. - Length: 40-60 km - Difference in height: m. 600-1500

For each level of difficulty, length and height difference represent indicative measures.

On foot

The "Beginner" and "Basic" courses have been designed:

- eliminating difficulties as much as possible (the differences in height are minimal, only asphalt roads or excellent dirt roads are traveled) -using low-traffic roads

Beginner

walking route within everyone's reach, it takes place on asphalted roads or dirt roads, of short length and with minimal uphill gradient - Length: max 5 km - Uphill difference in height: max m. 100

Basic

trekking route within the reach of all walkers, it takes place normally and mainly on asphalted roads, dirt roads, easy paths, it does not present dangerous passages. - Length: max 10 km - Uphill difference in height: max m. 200

Medium

Trekking route which, due to its slope and length, requires a fair amount of training, normally takes place on dirt roads and even demanding mountain paths, and may present some dangerous passages. - Length: max km 15 - Uphill difference in height: max m. 400

Expert

trekking route which, due to its slope and length, requires excellent training, takes place normally and mainly on very steep and demanding paths, it can present dangerous passages. - Length: 10-20 km - Difference in height: m. 400-800

For each level of difficulty, length and height difference represent indicative measures