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- The roads, trails, and ski runs indicated are often used in the opposite direction as well, so keep an eye out for hikers, other cyclists, and vehicles.
- On trails and other narrow roadways, pay close attention to hikers and slow down or stop as seems appropriate under the circumstances.
- Always were a helmet and never underestimate the difficulty of the trails.
- Be careful when crossing wood bridges, as they can often be slippery.
- Avoid skidding as this can damage both your tires and the road surface.
Please note that the practicability of the itineraries in a mountain environment is strictly linked to the contingent conditions and is therefore influenced by natural phenomena, environmental changes and weather conditions. For this reason, the information contained in this page may have changed. Before leaving for a tour, make sure the path you will approach is still accessible by contacting the owner of the mountain hut, the alpine guides or the visitor centres of the nature parks, the info offices of the local tourist board.
Tips and hintsWith the DoloMeetCard, use of the lifts, the bicibustrek bike & ride service, and other public transport (Trentino Guest Card) is free of charge.
For more information, see:
www.doss.to (Pinzolo lifts)
The view from Monte Spinale is priceless, a 360° panorama from the north and the mountains of Val di Sole and Brenta north, to the east and Grostè pass and the central Brenta group, to the south and Doss del Sabion and Val Rendena, and to the west and the Adamello-Presanella Group against the backdrop of the Ortles-Cevedale group.
(Follow the 966 itinerary.) Follow the dirt road that heads down to the northeast along the ski run. At the first fork, keep to the right where the route levels out for about 200 yards before descending again to the lower station of the Boch Express chair lift.
At the crossroads, keep to the left and head down past the lower Rododendro chair lift station. Continue along the dirt road, which will narrow and head steeply down through the forest. At a fork in the road, keep to the right on the dirt road, which will rise slightly to Malga Vaglianella. At the switchback just before the malga, leave the dirt road and head down a mule track that will take you north into the forest. The mule track will become a road again before making a sharp turn to the left to head south to Malga Mondifrà.
At the intersection in front of the malga, turn right to head down along the old Val Meledrio road, which you will follow for about a mile and a half (2.5km) until the village of Prà del Mazza. Turn left to highway SS239, where you will turn right and continue on for about a mile (1.5km) until an intersection on the left towards Malga Dimaro. Follow the winding paved road, which will take you up to the malga. Once there, turn left onto a trail/mule track, which will take you to Malga Darè.
Continue along the dirt road for about a mile (1.5km), then turn right onto SS239. Continue on to Rio Falzè, then turn right onto a dirt road. This road will remain flat until a bridge, at which point you will find cement ramps that take you up to Malga Vigo. Continue in the direction of the ski lifts and, once you have passed the bridge, turn left onto a narrow dirt road. After about a mile (1.5km), turn left off of this road and onto a technically challenging trail featuring mud and tree roots. At the end of this trail, turn left and, at the intersection after the bridge, turn right and follow the road in the middle of the ski run.
When you come to a crossroads, continue straight along the ski run until you get to Malga Nambino. At the malga, turn left onto a paved road, which will take you towards the right in the direction of Patascoss. (Follow 960). After the bridge, turn left onto a dirt road, which continues down along the ski runs. Keep the right as you descend until you get to the chair lift for the Canalone Miramonti ski run, where you will turn left to head back into town and Piazza Brenta Alta.
Public transportTrentino Trasporti (www.ttesercizio.it) bus service operates daily direct and local connections to Pinzolo and Madonna di Campiglio. In the summer, this includes the bicibustrek bike & ride service and the urban tourist service.
By roadBy car:
- on the A4 Milan-Venice, take the Brescia Est exit at km 130. Average travel time from exit (by car): 2 hours and 30 minutes.
- on the A22 Modena-Brennero, take the Rovereto Sud exit at km 92 (1 hour and 40 minutes), or the Trento Sud exit at km 73 (1 hour and 30 minutes), or the S. Michele all’Adige exit at km 78 (1 hour).
Once in Madonna di Campiglio, take the Campiglio Nord exit and follow the signs to the city center (“centro”).
For more information, visit www.campigliodolomiti.it
ParkingUnderground parking is available in Piazza Brenta Alta, or there is outdoor parking at the Pradalago gondola lift. Both are paid parking areas.
For more information, visit
Recommended maps for this region:
- MTBs with off-road tires
- protective eyewear
- repair kits
- first-aid kits
- windbreakers for downhill sections
- 12 Waypoints
- 12 Waypoints
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