Between Val di Sole and Val Rendena we find the Campo Carlo Magno Pass, a natural connection to Madonna di Campiglio.
An unmissable itinerary if you arrive from Passo Tonale as it connects Madonna di Campiglio, Lake Idro and, if you wish, Passo Crocedomini to end at Boario Terme.
|Altitude (meters above sea level)||1.682 m|
|connection||Dimaro – Tione of Trento|
|Number of hairpin bends||19|
|What to see in the surroundings||Madonna di Campiglio, Masere park in Pelugo, Nardis waterfalls in Pinzolo|
|Typical dishes of the area||Spressa DOP, one of the oldest cheeses from the Trentino mountains, carrot cake, herb cake, fregolotti cake|
|Road conditions and notes||Excellent condition - Difficulty: easy|
Let's start with Dimaro and along the SS239 we head towards the pass, with the road crossing the woods. We let ourselves be enraptured by the scents of nature and we don't open the gas, since the road does have some nice curves, but it doesn't have many points to overtake. Once at the pass we stop for a coffee and for the usual photos of the landscape The Dolomites of the Brenta and then we get back on the saddle, down the curves that will lead us to Madonna di Campiglio. Another stop to make two passivated in the famous ski resort surrounded by the Adamello-Brenta Natural Park. Still in the saddle to cover the few kilometers that lead us to Pinzolo where we make a small detour to visit the Nardis waterfalls and then always on the SS239 we arrive at Pelugo and we go down to the park Eight, where the Bedù river flows into the Sarca river to eat something surrounded by nature.
We resume the motorcycle and we drive up to Agement of Trento from where we can choose whether to continue to Lake Idro or go to Comano Terme for a beautiful road nestled in the mountains.
Le Nardis waterfalls they are waterfalls Trentino in Val Genova, a side valley to the Val Rendena, in the Adamello-Brenta Natural Park. The Nardis waterfalls descend from the southern Rhaetian valley of the Presanella from an altitude of 921 m, with a drop of over 130 metres. In the winter months the waterfalls freeze completely and become a natural gym for ice climbing.