Asiago plateau trekking & biking GB25

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Tipologia Viaggio:

( I ) Itinerant – ( M ) Margherita – ( V ) Bike in Villas (new: a margherita trip based in sophisticated places, particular locations, farms, period residences, villas, castles where you can live at home and not as guests of a hotel).

Difficulty level:

( E ) Easy ( M ) Medio ( C ) Challenging

Tipology of bicycle:

( BDC ) Racing bike

( CTB ) Citybike or Trekking Bike with at least 21 gears

( MTB ) Mountain Bike

( GRV) Gravel

Why book with us?

  • The best journey experience
  • Expert guides
  • Tested and selected routes and places to stop
  • Accurate verification of hotels and services for ciclotourists

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3 days
Availability : on request
Max People : 40

In the unique context of the Altopiano dei sette comuni, an adventure that will take us to the top of Monte Ortigara, following in the footsteps of the patriots who defended Italy in the First World War and shaped the territory in a definitive way.

Difficulty level ( E,M,C ): M
Daily Km: 40 
Type of bike:  MTB
Trip type: (M) Margherita
Type of tour : Individual
Minimum participants2
Best period: June-July-August

Early booking discount: 5% for those who book within 60 days before departure.


Tour details Asiago trekking & bike

The Asiago plateau is an ideal area for those who love sports and summer holidays, the cozy mountain resorts such as Asiago and Gallio offer the opportunity to take long walks or bike rides.
Today, thanks to E-bikes, it is possible to go easily to the discovery of some of the most significant places in our history, the First World War has in fact marked this territory in a way that is still very visible.
You can choose from a wide range of excursions on foot and by bike, starting from the comfortable cycle paths up to the impervious mountain paths ideal for the most trained sportsmen or for those who prefer the assistance of E-MTBs.
Mandrielle, Campo Gallina, the top of Ortigara, routes that touch these sites and that also offer a lot of fun, until you reach the Malghe where you can find the deserved refreshment and comfort to our efforts.

The price includes

  • Organisation and guide for all excursions
  • Overnight stay in double room in B&B
  • Liability and accident insurance
  • 2 light lunches in malga and 1 lunch in refuge

The price does not include

  • Anything not specified in the fee includes


  • Surcharge for single rooms (€20.00 per night, on request when booking)
  • mountain bike hire
  • E-bike rental supplement from €20


  • tourist tax to be paid locally where applicable

Travel programme

Day 1 hotel check-in

Arrival at the hotel in the afternoon on Friday, where in the evening the guide will join you for a presentation of the tours and description of the routes.

Day 2 (Km 45 1200d+)Bike Conquering Ortigara

A long and fascinating tour along the military roads that have marked this area, we will ride on dirt roads uphill and fun trails downhill, before returning we will stop in a mountain hut to experience the gastronomy of the place.

Day 3 (Km 30 560 D+) Trekking Forte Interrotto

After reaching Camporovere, our destination will be Forte Interrotto, an old barracks from the First World War, a key point in the defence of the Italian borders. The excursion includes some dirt roads while the return will be towards the town of Asiago where we can have a meal.

How to get there

How to get to the base and starting point:

B&B La Capr’allegra 
via Ragazzi del 2000
36032 Gallio Vi

NB: we advise you to set the destination address on your navigator or Google Maps.


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