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 hints
With the DoloMeetCard, use of the lifts, the bicibustrek bike & ride service, and other public transport (Trentino Guest Card) is free of charge.
From Piazza Brenta Alta (Madonna di Campiglio), head down to the right towards Piazza Righi and then continue on Via Monte Spinale. At the first roundabout, head left towards the Spinale gondola lift. The view from Monte Spinale is priceless, a 360° panorama that extends from the north towards the mountains of Val di Sole and Brenta north to the Grostè pass and the central Brenta group to the east, south to Doss del Sabion and Val Rendena, and west to the Adamello-Presanella group with the Ortles-Cevedale group in the background.
(Follow 965 sign) Once at the end of the lift, follow the signs to Malga Fevri that will take you along a dirt trail. At a certain point, the trail will head down in a southeasterly direction towards the valley.
Stay on the main road without heading down the ski runs until you reach a quaint grouping of houses in the middle of a pasture; this is Malga Fevri. Continuing along the dirt road, you will enter the forest and begin descending again until you cross the ski run known as Direttissima Spinale, one of the most thrilling slopes in all the Campiglio Brenta Dolomites SkiArea. Continue on into the forest again until you find an intersection. Turn left here, and then keep to the right at the next fork in the road to follow the ski run that will take you back to the Spinale gondola lift.
From here, you follow the same route back to Piazza Brenta Alta.
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Trentino 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.
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”).