Caprino Veronese – Faedo

Km. 117




Bike Break – Bicigrill Faedo
Loc. Masetto, 8
38010 Faedo (TN)

Opening Hours
From 10:30 to 15:30 on 27 May
the route in short
With short ups and downs, we touch the villages of Castion Veronese and then Marciaga, after which we quickly descend to the shores of Lake Garda, shortly after Torri del Benaco (km 16). Along the SR249, we pass through many small lakeside villages, the important Malcesine (km 35) to Torbole (km 49). With minor roads and cycle paths we climb steeply to Nago and up again to Passo San Giovanni (km 52). And now down to Mori (km 60) to resume the course of the Adige (km 63). The flat Ciclovia del Sole takes us decisively north-wards, and after first passing Rovereto (km 66) and then crossing Trento (km 93), we conclude the stage at the Bicigrill in Faedo (km 117).
Watch out for the long stretch on the always busy SR249, but then off to secondary roads and relaxing cycle paths.

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Environment and Landscape
After a brief contour of the undulating foothills of Monte Baldo, we descend along a beautiful panoramic road to the shores of Lake Garda. As we head north, the lake shore becomes progressively narrower and more closed. Our gaze rests more and more on the wild and steep west coast. If we are lucky, the Ora wind (from the south) rests on our shoulders, making the ride on the busy SR249 more cheerful. If, on the other hand, the northerly Peler blows, it will be better to find a wheel-mate to alternate with. Having gained the head of the lake, we climb up to Nago with its jutting rock structures. We now descend along the beautiful valley of the former Lake Loppio (drained in 1956, and now a protected marshland area) to re-enter the Adige basin, with its endless orchards and vineyards.


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