La Zingarella Details
This route provides everything an ‘all mountain / cross country’ mountain biker would dream of. There are long sections of single track weaving through pine and beech forests, great decants, stiff climbs, interesting technical sections all of which is overlaid with spectacular views.
The route is based in the recently developed Voltigno Trail Centre which has 80 km of maintained, well marked trails set in an undeveloped part of Italy. For an intermediate level mountain biker it will take approximately 3 1/2 hours. An additional benefit is that it can be easily shortened or lengthened depending on how the ride is going without detracting from the experience.
Directions using Voltigno Trail Centre routes and signs: Pantane (VTC3) – Monte Fiore (VTC 3) – Voltignolo (VTC 3) – Valle d’Ombra (VTC 3) – Bivio Fonte Aceprano (VTC 3) – Vallopiana (VTC 2c) – Capo di Serre (VTC 2) – Vallestrina (VTC2) – La Zingarella (VTC 2a) – Quota 1370 (VTC 2a) – Vado di Focina (VTC 2a) - Quota 1335 (VTC 1) – Cima delle Scalate (VTC 1) – Pantane (VTC 1)
From Villa Celiera continue to climb towards Voltigno. On the way is a bike friendly hostel 'La Locanda del Voltigno'. Continue past this following Voltigno signs. After about 5 KM having passed small groups of houses you reach a T junction with a large national park sign and a small hut to the left. This is the start ' Pantane'.
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More Stats for La Zingarella bike trail
Altitude change135 ft
Altitude min4,415 ft
Altitude start4,415 ft
Altitude end4,551 ft
Distance climb5 miles
Distance down5 miles
Distance flat2,159 ft
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- Snow Packed
- Snow Covered
- Freeze/thaw Cycle
- Prevalent Mud
- Very Dry
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