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In e-bike between Pelmo and Civetta

  • Difficulty: intermediate
  • Length:
  • Precision time:
Quote:
1922 m
Difference:
Ground:
Gravel road / asphalt road
Dolomitic Group:
Mount Civetta
Start:
Pecol (1380m)
finished:
Pecol (1380m)
Recommended period:
Summer
Attendance:
High

Circular trail for MTB and e-bike, in between Mount Pelmo and Mount Civetta. Splendid landscapes, green meadows and forests will follow you through this exicting itinerary.

 

We suggest you to start from the parking just in front of the cable car departure, in Pecol. Here, you can easily leave your car and rent your e-bike and needed equipement at the well-supplied rental Live Civetta - e-bike rental & ski centre.

 

Back on the road to Passo Staulanza, going North, after few hairpin turns, you will reach Palafavera. Just before the bridge, take the mule track on your left, that you lead you till Malga Pioda (1816 m) first, and to Forcella Alleghe then. Turn right following the ski slope and, with a slightly harder effort, reach the summit of Col dei Baldi (1922 m): a must-see panoramic spot.

 

From here, going Ovest reach a green adn flowery plateau, turning on the right you will arrive at Casera Vescovà. Over this building, nearby the water stream, turn right again, follwoing an easy-to-bike unpaved road (Road of "Le Loche") till Palafavera.

 

Alternatively, if you are longing for a great dolomitic lunch, from Casera Vescovà, redirect your route towards Passo Staulanza, untill you arrive on the SP 251, turn right and after a short way on the balcktop, you will reach the tranquil Malga Staulanza (open during summer season, from June to September).

 

 

FOR UNSTOPPABLE BIKERS:

To go back to valley, you can choose to follow the paved road Sp 251 until you reach the first hairpin turn; here, take the dirt road on the left; it will lead you gently to the characteristic hamlet of Coi, sprinckled with ancient wooden barns, the so-called tabià.

After a panoramic tour of the narrow streets of Coi, following the asphalt road going down to Mareson. From the centre of the hamlet, where the San Valentino church lies, you can decide to return to the starting point, by going South and crossing the bridge on Torrente Maè, reaching the locality of Palma. Take the dirt road conducting into the wood and running along the water stream and in a few you will be back to Pecol.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Discover more itineraries on the mountain bike map that you can buy at the tourist offices of Pecol and Forno (Val di Zoldo)!

Info
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