Trails in the mountains of Vicenza, with interactive maps and GPS tracks for download.

  1. Alta Valle del Chiampo
  2. Monte Faldo
  3. Sentiero dei Grandi Alberi
  4. Monte Civillina
  5. Faedo-Mucchione
  6. Monte di Malo
  7. Monte Pasubio
  8. Monte Novegno
  9. Velo d'Astico
  10. Monte Toraro
  11. Posina
  12. Monte Cengio

IN THE ASIAGO PLATEAU

ROTZO ROUTE
Length: 28 km
Difficulty: medium, but with a technically demanding descent and a fair climb
Time required: beginner 4h, expert 1h 45m
Shelters: C.re di Campolongo, after 9 km, Fratte di Campolongo, after 12 km
Route: there are two climbs to cope with, one at the beginning and one at the end: so a minimum level of athletic preparation is required.
From Rotzo to Albaredo we take a steep minor road on the left, initially asphalted and head up towards the Val Martello. On reaching the crossroads with an asphalted road we turn left once again, taking a dirt road, which leaves the road to Forte di Campolongo on our left, leading us to Casare di Campolongo.
We keep left at the next two junctions, passing opposite Fratte di Campolongo. At the next junction we take the left fork and then head right towards Cima Cinghella. From here there is a demanding and exciting descent along the Strada del Cinghella, which takes us above the village of S.Pietro Valdastico. Here we turn left once again (not towards Pedelasca) and the route heads up a steady but not particularly steep slope until we reach the village of Castelletto.
At the beginning of Castelletto we turn right onto a small road towards “Campagna di Rotzo", where we can see potato fields and which takes us back to Rotzo, after a brief stretch of road.

 

ASIAGO ROUTE
Length: 24 km
Difficulty: medium
Time required: beginner 3h, expert 1h 15m
Shelters: Rif. Boscon, after around 7 km, Bivacco Caltrano, at 11 km, Rif. Toerle, at 14 km, Rif. Pria dell'Acqua, at 16 km, Lazzaretto, at 19 km
Refuges and refreshment areas: Rif. Caltrano, at 9 km, Prunno, almost at the end
Route: Starting from the "strada del trenino" we make our way up to around 2 km after Canove. At a certain point we find a small connecting road on the left (there is also a wooden arrow with a mountain bike symbol). We make our way steadily to Rif. Boscon, as the climb is quite long. We go straight on, following the indications for Rif.Caltrano, and continue towards M.ga Lovareze up to the Caltrano junction. Here we turn left and head towards Rif.Toerle, again along a dirt road. We continue down towards Barenthal along the main road. Before the Lucca junction, which leads to the asphalted road, we turn left and go past a clearing with a small church: the place is called Lazzaretto and those suffering from the plague were brought here during the epidemic which began in 1631. On reaching a wooden cross (S.Sisto) we turn right and arrive close to C.da Ave. On finishing the descent, at the beginning of the asphalted road we take a small road on the right which takes us up to Bellocchio, passing in front of the Hotel Linta. We are almost in the centre of Asiago.

 

CONCO ROUTE
Length: 25 km
Difficulty: easy-medium
Time required: beginner 3h, expert 1h30
Refreshment areas: Alb. Puffele, Campomezzavia farm guesthouse, leaving the route on the left, Val Ceccona farm guesthouse
Route: we start from Conco and head up to Rubbio, passing through Lebele. We take the asphalted road leading to Asiago and after around 1.5 km we take a dirt track on the right; we turn left twice and pass above the Biancoia refuge. We pass two dirt tracks on the left, one leading to the Biancoia refuge and the other which leads to some quarries, but stops at a certain point, and at the next three junctions we keep to the left, heading along the Val Scausse until we arrive at the village of Sasso di Asiago. We take the asphalted road, heading left. At the first crossroads, after around km 4, we turn left towards Bassano (it is also possible to turn off earlier and follow the track used by the horses of the nearby stables). Then, after Puffele, we keep to the right, heading towards Lusiana. After one km, at the end of the first descent, we turn left and follow a panoramic road. Just before we meet the main road, we turn right, heading down a dirt track which takes us above the town of Conco.

 

ENEGO ROUTE
Length: 15 km
Difficulty: medium
Time required: beginner 2h30, expert 1h
Refreshment areas: Restaurants at Godeluna and Stonar
Route: we start from Enego and head along the Val di Fabbro, then towards Valgoda and Corlo. The first stretch is flat with a magnificent panorama over the Valsugana. A long climb uphill brings us close to the Dori junction leading to Marcesina.
Here we should try to remain below the asphalted road (there is a dirt track which, keeping to the right, takes us above the village of Cornetta,). From here, after a few dozen metres of asphalted road, we turn right, through the houses, down a relatively demanding slope to Cornetta. Keeping to the left this leads us once again towards the Val di Fabbro. Close to Enego, it is worth visiting the cave of Ernesto, after Casa Stivai (where one can also have something to eat and drink) passing first by Frizzon, 3 km above the centre of the town.

 

FOZA ROUTE
Length: 39 km
Difficulty: medium
Time required: beginner 5h, expert 2h 40m
Shelters: C.re di Meletta, after around 16 km, Casare del M.Longara, after around 23 km, Malghe Tanzer
Refuges and refreshment areas: M.ga Ronchetto, at around 9 km, Rif. Campomulo, at around 20 km, Spill farm guesthouse, at around 26 km
Route: we depart from Foza heading towards Lazzaretti (it is possible to take a dirt track immediately by following the road that goes down from the Valstagna intersection towards Cruni and then climbs up to Lazzaretti); from here we take the road on the left which climbs up to the Marcesina plain, a climb to be approached steadily because it is relatively long. On reaching the plain we take the second small road on the right which takes us to M.ga Ronchetto, remaining “below the road”. Above M.ga Ronchetto there is a dirt track which takes us gradually up to the ski lifts of Melette, keeping first left and then right. From here we continue towards Sbarbatal, crossing rocky spurs demolished in order to construct the military road we are covering and we head down towards Campomulo.
Keeping right looking downhill, we climb up a dirt road which after a few hairpin bends takes us to the undulated peak of Mount Longara; here we must pass some gates for cows which are not always open. After a stretch of road downhill we arrive at the foot of the broadcasting transmitters; on the right, immediately after the lowest transmitter, there is a small road partially covered by grass (concealed because the fencing is often closed); we take this route, encountering an enclosure for deer on the left, continuing until we reach a dirt road, which links up to the asphalted road leading to Melette, after having passed a shepherd’s hut and the Spill farm guesthouse.
From here we climb up for less than one km until we meet a small road often closed by a bar on the right; we take this road and after a few ups and downs there is a pleasant ride downhill to Campanella. From Campanella we cross the road and head downhill to Ronchi. On arriving in the valley we follow the dirt track which runs along it until we meet the asphalted road.
We turn first left and then right. Keeping right we meet a relatively flat dirt track, which will take us to the Val Piana and Stona. With a small final effort we make our way up the hill with its hairpin bends which takes us to the main road: from here we turn right and Foza is less than one km away.

 

GALLIO ROUTE
Length: 23 km
Difficulty: easy-medium
Time required: beginner 3h30, expert 1h40
Shelters: Busette, after 7 km, Fiaretta, after 9 km, Boscosecco, after less than 11 km
Refuges and refreshment areas: M.ga Fiara farm guesthouse, at 14 km, Campomuletto, at 16 km, Campomulo, with the possibility of overnight accommodation, at 17 km, Spill farm guesthouse, at 22 km, leaving the route on the right in the descent from M.Longara
Route: departure from Gallio towards Gastagh. Having succeeded in making our way up the first asphalted hill, we continue along the dirt road towards the Val di Nos, first on flat terrain, then with a steady climb uphill, alternating with brief flat stretches. After around 7 km we arrive at a crossroads: here we turn right along a track partially covered with grass which will allow us to admire a magnificent panorama. After a further 2 km of gentle climb, but over uneven terrain, we come to another small road. Here we turn left towards M.ga Fiaretta. After M.ga Fiaretta we can take advantage of a flowing spring to fill up our water-bottles with fresh mountain water. We continue straight on for per around 400 m and then abandon the path we are following to take a small road through the woods on our left. After a short but relatively demanding descent we arrive at M.ga Boscosecco. Here we keep right and after a brief uphill ride we reach Prà Campofilone; here we turn right towards M.ga Fiara. Going straight on one can reach Piazzale Lozze and the Ortigara area. However, we should recall that it is forbidden to cover paths high in the mountains and those of historic interest by mountain bike and this is punishable with fines. After M.ga Fiara, we keep right at the subsequent crossroads and after around 3.5 km we arrive at the Campomulo refuge. Again keeping right looking downhill, we climb up a dirt road which after a few hairpin bends takes us up to the undulated peak of M.Longara; here we must pass some fencing for the cows which is not always open. After a stretch of road downhill we arrive at the foot of the broadcasting transmitters; shortly before we take a very steep track for the shifting of tree trunks on the right: it is best to proceed with caution. Having finished the stretch through the woods we continue downhill over a stony and very uneven track until we arrive at Costa di Gallio: we can make our way down to the town immediately or turn right and take a further stretch of road which takes us to Zebbo, from where we can make our way towards Gallio.

 

LUSIANA ROUTE
Length: 21 km
Difficulty: medium
Time required: beginner 2h, expert 1h10
Shelters: M.ga Camporossignolo, at around 11 km, Refreshments area, at around 9 km
Refuges and refreshment areas: Rif. M.Corno, at 14 km, leaving the route on the left
Route: we start from Lusiana, heading toards Asiago. Before reaching Piazza we turn right down a mule track which by keeping right takes us to Cavassi and the Strada dei Militari. We make our way up the provincial road which links Lusiana ad Asiago. From here we continue up to the hill crossing and take the road left. After 300 m we take the dirt track on the right and continuing along the main track we arrive at M.Camporossignolo. We turn left, going past the junction leading to Rif.M.Corno after around 2 km and on reaching a hairpin bend at Ristoro, we take a track which takes us first to Piazza Campana and then down a pleasant descent up to Covolo. From here we climb up the asphalted road to "Pilastro" and then take the "Pisaincoste" unsurfaced road up to Lusiana sports ground.

 

ROANA ROUTE
Length: 19 km
Difficulty: medium-difficult
Time required: beginner 3h, expert 1h15
Shelters: M.ga Quarti, C.ra Verena, M.ga Erio
Refuges and refreshment areas: Baita Laghetto, at the departure
Route: we start from "Laghetto di Roana", 1 km above the town, climbing up the dirt road, keeping left until almost one km after the Martin bend.
On reaching the junction on the tableland we take the right-hand route towards M.ga Quatri; we head uphill, keeping left towards Casara Verena, Croce del Civello and then down to Malga Erio, passing the road leading to M.ga Gruppach on our left.
At M.ga Erio we head downhill until we reach a hairpin bend. 50 m after the bend we leave the dirt track and take a path on the left through the woods, relatively difficult to see; here it is necessary to proceed with caution and some stretches must be done on foot.
We then encounter another dirt track which we take, heading left uphill until we meet a track for moving tree trunks on the right. We follow this until we once again reach the dirt track which will lead us downhill to our point of departure.

 


IN RECOARO

MONTE CIVILLINA ROUTE
Lenght: 17,3 km (country road 10,2 km)
Difficulty: moderate
Time to cover the route: about 1,5 hours
Difference in height: 500 m
Max quota reached: 760 m
Link: route Rovegliana-Staro (km 25, difference in hight 210 m)
Starting point: Recoaro Terme, Cableway Square (440 m)

 

DISTRICT ROUTE
Lenght: 13,4 km (country road 3,9 km)
Difficulty: moderate
Time to cover the route: about 2 hours
Difference in height: 530 m
Max quota reached: 752 m
Starting point: Recoaro Terme, Cableway Square (440 m)

 

MONTAGNOLE ROUTE
Lenght: 26 km (country road 13,8 km)
Difficulty: moderate-difficult
Time to cover the route: about 3 hours
Difference in height: 1050 m
Max quota reached: Malga Rove 1176 m
Starting point: Recoaro Terme, Cableway Square (440 m)

 

ROVEGLIANA - STARO ROUTE
Lenght: 25 km (country road 15 km)
Difficulty: moderate-difficult
Time to cover the route: about 3 hours
Difference in height: 700 m
Max quota reached: 820 m
Starting point: Recoaro Terme, Cableway Square (440 m)

 

MOUNT SPITZ ROUTE
Lenght: 19,8 km (country road 11,6 km)
Difficulty: moderate-difficult
Time to cover the route: about 2,5 hours
Difference in height: 650 m
Max quota reached: cableway arrival point 1007 m
Starting point: Recoaro Terme, Cableway Square (440 m)

 

PIAN DELLE FUGAZZE - RIFUGIO PAPA - PASSO XOMO - PIAN DELLE FUGAZZE ROUTE
Lenght: 30,9 km (country road 23,8 km)
Difficulty: moderate-difficult
Time to cover the route: about 3 hours
Difference in height: 1050 m
Max quota reached: 2070 m
Starting point: Pian delle Fugazze (1163 m)
Please note that: along the Tunnel 52 Route is strongly forbidden any mean of transport

 

 

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