25.9 miles
Distance
5,575 ft
Climb
-5,571 ft
Descent
1 mile
High Point

The departure point for this route is Parco le Busatte. At the car park exit, the signpost for route 765 takes you straight onto the steep uphill climb towards Nago. At the end of the cement stretch, follow the clear directions and turn onto the road for Monte Baldo. Stay on this road and pass Malga Zures and Doss Casina. Further along the road you also pass Prati di Nago and a series of steeper bends, until you come to a car park where the paved road ends. Keep on going on the dirt road, follow the forest trail and pass the barrier. When you reach the saddle of Monte Varagna, you come to a fork in the road. Here you follow directions and turn onto a track on the right a little lower down. Directly below Monte Altissimo, you now cross the meadows of the pasture in the direction of Val del Parol. Even though it is probably pointless, we would like to remind you to always close the gates when you enter and leave pastures.

What comes next is the most technical part of the route, not very long, but rather rough going and with some tight bends. When you get to the dirt road which crosses Val del Parol, keep left and ride on through pastures until you come to the mountain hut Rifugio Campei. This is the only refreshment point you will meet on the mountainside before you come to the towns on the plateau. Go on past the mountain hut and be sure not to underestimate the steepness of the gradient, limit your speed and pay particular attention to the cemented tracks along the trail, especially when the going is wet. When you come to the Brentegana road, still on a dirt track, follow it downhill until you come to the farms in Festa. From here on, the route follows a paved road towards Brentonico. Shortly before you come to the town, follow directions and take a sharp left on a narrow uphill road. This will take you above the town football pitches. Shortly after you pass them, keep right and turn onto a mule track which leads to the ruins of the old castle of Dosso Maggiore, of which only traces remain. Keep left, on a paved road once again, until you come to the town of Castione where, once you get to the piazza beneath the church, you will pick up signposts again. Continue onwards towards Sano where you need to keep left until you come to the bottom of the valley. Here you cross the fields and come to the cycle path which runs along the main road. Follow it in the direction of Lake Garda over the Passo San Giovanni pass and you will come to Nago. Ride through the historic centre of the town past the church and keep going, first down via San Vigilio, then via Monte Baldo. Keep going in the direction of Busatte and you come to the first part of the route which you follow in the opposite direction until you come back to where you started from.

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765. DOS CASINA is a 26 mile popular intermediate route located near Garda Trentino Outdoor Region. This e-bike only route. This route includes 2 trails. This route climbs 5,575 ft with a max elevation of 5,587 ft then descends -5,571 ft.

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  • Altitude change
    4 ft
  • Altitude min
    523 ft
  • Altitude start
    523 ft
  • Altitude end
    528 ft
  • Grade max
    -82.8%
  • Grade min
    83.7%
  • Distance climb
    12 miles
  • Distance down
    12 miles
  • Distance flat
    1 mile
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