Length: 21 mi (33.8 km)
Surface: Singletrack
Configuration: Loop
Elevation: +446/ -826 ft
Total: 3 riders

Mountain Biking B4.12 Comano warm-up Bike Tour

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The first ride exploring Val Lomasona.
The route starts [1] at the car park (opposite the bar Al Pont, main road, bridge) where you go south towards the spring. Before the first bridge [2] you turn to the left in the direction of Poia. At the junction [3] you turn left and go steep uphill. Leaving behind the first buildings of Poia [4] you cycle straight on. In the centre of Poia [5] at the Albergo Fiore you turn to the right and follow this street south out of the village. At the junction [6] you still cycle straight ahead. At the next junction [7] you turn to the right and cycle down to Campo Lomaso. At the main road [8] you turn to the right. In the centre [9] you cycle straight ahead and at the T-junction near the grave yard [10] you turn left. You follow the right turn downhill [11] to Castel Campo. Leaving behind the castle you cycle uphill and you follow a left hairpin bend [12] south. At the Curé junction [13] you turn to the left. At the junction [14] you turn to the right and at the next one [15] right again to Dasindo. You cross the main road [16] and you follow a left curve [17] after 100 m. At the intersection [18] you turn to the right and follow the road out of town to the valley of Lomasone. You pass by a grave yard [19], you keep going straight ahead until the crossing at the fish farm [20] where you turn to the left. Now you cycle north in the direction of Vigo Lomaso. You join the main road [21] turning right and climbing to Lundo. Just before the San Silvestro church, turn right [22] and take the steep concrete road uphill: when you reach the crossroads [23] turn left onto a dirt road  towards Lundo.  Once you have reached the center of Lundo [24], turn right.  When you reach the crossroad located shortly after the last houses of the village [25], turn left towards Comano onto another beautiful dirt road that will take you through woods and fields. In the center of Comano [26] keep to the left and head downhill until you reach the main road [27]. Turn left here and just  after the playground on the right [28] you will take a paved road that branches off from the main road . At the next cross, [29] turn left and head downhill.  When you reach the next  crossroad [30] turn right and then immediately left [31]. When you arrive in Poia, turn right in front of the grocery store and continue along the main road [32]which goes slightly downhill. Continue for 400 meters and turn left into the meadow [33]. Continue for 50 meters [34]and turn left onto a trail that runs through the woods (the trail is not clearly visible but exists!). The trail is rather narrow (technically challenging but fun) [35] and will take you to Ponte Arche.  The trail ends on the main road [36] (watch for traffic), turn left and go back to the starting point.

First added by MarvinGardaDolomiti on Jan 21, 2013. Last updated Apr 28, 2020. → add an update
Before you go
  • Drinking water: unknown
  • Lift service: unknown
  • Night riding: unknown
  • Pump track: unknown
  • Restrooms: unknown
  • Fat bike grooming: unknown
  • E-bikes allowed: unknown
  • Fee required: unknown
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Getting there
Ponte Arche, car park opposite the bar al Pont
Medium-grade tour to the Valley of Lomasona and to the heights of the Lomaso with some demanding climbs.

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