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The tour Feltre-Val Nevera-Feltre is a 51km bike trip that starts and finishes at Feltre. The departure is set for Sunday 1st September at Prā del Moro, Feltre.

29/08/2019 | Events |  The programme includes a small break at bar Arcadia di Fonzaso and a longer stop San Vito di Arsič.

 Val Nevera is a hilly massif that lies between Lake Corlo and the old road that, from Arsič, leads to Primolano through the same-named “stairs”. It’s a place where grassy hills and pleasant, bucolic sceneries collide with  beautiful scenic spots of Cismon Valley and  the Valsugana.

The tour Feltre-Val Nevera-Feltre is a 51km bike trip that starts and finishes at Feltre. The path has two steady moderate even climb that require demanding efforts but are not impossible. It’s a medium difficulty trail that consists of riding mostly on paved roads, but there are cycling parts on dirt or gravel roads.

The departure is set for Sunday 1st September at Prā del Moro, Feltre. 

The programme includes a small break at bar Arcadia di Fonzaso and a longer stop San Vito di Arsič. There the “Ai Merli” restaurant will be waiting for thirsty and hungry bikers. Booking is recommended.The trail continues until Prā del Moro and the return is scheduled for 4 pm.

For info and bookings HERE

For further information contact: Renato Nicoletto 338 120 9104.

Brochure link: http://bit.ly/30GuT0H

Reservation link: http://bit.ly/2ZxnJyn


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