Altitude Profile (220 ft to 3,333 ft)
The route starts from the lakeside in Gardone Riviera. Cycling on a not particularly steep ascent on
asphalt we head towards the Town Hall, enter the village of Gardone Sopra, and after the Vittoriale
square, take the cobbled climb that leads from Montecucco to Tresnico with a gradient between
12% and 18%. With another steep but short climb (peaks of 25%) we reach Della Calma Street covering
the first 5 Km. We continue with gentle ups and downs in Val Sur.
At locality Conventino starts the most technical part. We enter the woods on an unpaved and sometimes
rocky road, with short natural steps of red rock to climb over with a jump. Past Prà del Pero we
cross the river and take the easy white road that, with a fast and easy descent, leads us to Colomber,
covering a total of about 18 kilometers. Then we face the steep and steady ascent, on an unpaved
road in the woods, for about 5 kilometers with a difference in altitude of 600 meters until the square
of the Pirello, the highest point of the D’Annunzio Bike (1017 meters).
Finally the long unpaved descent of about 12 Km! We pass through the villages of Bezzuglio and
Fasano Sopra, a short and steep cobbled descent, and we reach localities Poffa and Villa Gemma The
final stretch of the trail is an easy up and down of about 2 kilometers through side streets that bring
us to the “crazy water park” just below the Vittoriale. The last short paved descent, the “Torricella”,
takes us to the Vittoriale square in Gardone Sopra.
N 45°37.031' E 10°33.467'
N 45°37'01.886" E 10°33'28.078"
N +45.6171907 E +10.5577996
N 45°37.402' E 10°33.832'
N 45°37'24.146" E 10°33'49.920"
N +45.6233740 E +10.5638668
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