An outing designed for biking enthusiasts in search of strong thrills and adrenaline, ready for a decisive physical and mental commitment in order to challenge themselves and raise the bar of their sporting goals. Participants in this bike experience must be accustomed to ascents with significant gradients and challenging descents.
You will set out from Torbole and follow the road through Troiana and its chestnut grove. After a few kilometres, you will reach the Zanga malga, famous for its donkeys grazing freely: a bucolic landscape, all to be experienced, where you will stop for lunch.
Leaving the malga, you will head towards Santa Barbara, walk up Monte Creino to the war trenches: a plunge into the bloodiest past of this area.
An adrenalin-fuelled return awaits you, passing through the Naranch farmstead and its fun and exciting enduro trail, which will amaze even participants accustomed to difficult and adventurous trails. Finally, you return to Torbole through the village of Nago.
Lake Garda - North coast - Nago - Torbole
Clothing and gear and other notes
What to bring: a small rucksack for personal items, such as a water bottle or flask and a windproof/light rainproof jacket; cycling clothing is recommended, shorts with padding, a breathable T-shirt, gloves, goggles, sports shoes or trainers.
Included: e-mtb rental model 2022 and protective helmet; assistance from the accompanying guide in case of breakdowns or punctures. Lunch in the mountain refuge.
Excluded: the use and rental of knee and elbow protectors is recommended; you can reserve them via the chat available as soon as you purchase the experience, with payment directly at the meeting point.
Level of difficulty
Medium-difficult. Tour of 45 km and 1,350 m positive altitude difference. Suitable for those who are familiar with mountain biking. Requires a minimum of physical training, despite the use of the e-bike.
Requirements: the protective helmet supplied with the bicycle must be worn.
Restrictions on participation
Categories excluded: people with physical disabilities, people in wheelchairs, babies, people with visual disabilities