Bicycle routes around Conegliano are so many and offer great satisfaction. It is no coincidence that the Giro d’Italia has passed from here in many of its editions.
Best Western Hotel Canon d'Oro has selected a few bike tours in particular that will surely please you both from the sporting challenge side, and for the beauty of places that you are going to cross.
No little detail! Hotel Canon d'Oro is a certified bike hotel, we provide a full range of services for our "cycling" guests, including top-class bike rental. See more here.
Bike tour No. 1: Conegliano-Belluno-Conegliano - 96 Km
On this 96-Km tour you ride from Conegliano to Belluno, via Vittorio Veneto and over the Fadalto pass. Once in Belluno, you pedal back to Conegliano through the San Boldo pass along the rolling pre-alpine countryside. The itinerary can also be done in the opposite direction, in this case climbing the dramatic San Boldo Pass will be the most challenging stretch: you will have to take on the 18 hairpin turns with a vertical drop of 451 mt. in only 6 Km. See the route map
Bike tour No. 2: Conegliano-Valdobbiadene-Conegliano - 74 Km
The second tour is a loop that takes you from Conegliano to Valdobbiadene and back to Conegliano, through the entire winegrowing area of Prosecco DOCG. The road offers stunning views of the wine hills, and passes by charming villages clinging to the vineyards, like S. Pietro di Feletto, Refrontolo, Rolle, Follina Combai, Santo Stefano... We recommend to do the route counterclockwise, because the first section - from Conegliano to Valdobbiadene - is the most challenging. See the route map
Bike tour No. 3 Along the Prosecco wine route (47 km)
This cycling route is a real trip down the local heritage and history, the rediscovery of the old peasant traditions. As well as countless wine farms, you will enjoy natural, artistic and cultural treasures along the itinerary.
The tour touches picturesque villages and ancient sites, such as San Pietro di Feletto, Refrontolo, Follina, Cison di Valmarino, Tarzo and the lakes of Revine.
Ride this series of ups and downs to enjoy everything to the end, getting excited at every turn, an explosion of colors and vast expanses of vine rows. This route is full of ups and downs. See the route map
Bike tour No. 4: the castles route (33 km)
The itinerary is a ring route. It starts from Conegliano, once you are in Susegana you see the castle of San Salvatore standing atop a hill; surrounded by vineyards, this mansion brings your imagination back to ancient times, to stories of knights and ladies. Riding on, we get immersed in the feud of Counts Collalto, in a fascinating trip through oak woods, trespassing the Tombola hill.
The road runs along an easy, yet very scenic dirt stretch. The route brings us to the ruins of the castle in Collalto, whose origins go back to even older times. After touching Refrontolo and San Pietro di Feletto, you finally go back to Conegliano passing near its castle, medieval sentinel of the city situated on top of the hill. A varied and fascinating journey that will leave you fully satisfied. See the route map
Bike tour No. 5: on the Great War route (63 km)
This route ring takes you all around the woods of Montello, going through places that during the First World War were the scene of fierce battles between the Italian and Austrian armies.
Montello is a curious 370 meter high elevation, bounded by the Piave River to the north and by the Venetian plain to the south; almost entirely covered by woodland, is a continuous succession of strange karstic funnel-shaped depressions, said sinkholes.
Our bike tour goes the ring of Montello. The stretch on the north side, due to the magnificent views over the river Piave valley, is also called "la panoramica". The stretch on the south side is a quiet, picturesque route along a beautiful canal at the edge of the forest that alternates between vineyards and farmhouses.
Alternatively, you can ride on "the backbone", a road that winds all along the hill top, in an east – west course, or you can tackle any of the 20 "presa", i.e. the roads - almost all paved - that intersect the Montello in north-south direction. The climbs here, however, may be very challenging. See the route map
Bicycle rental in Conegliano
Do you need to rent a trekking bike or mountain bike for your tours around Conegliano? Visit ByBike.it professional bike rental in town.
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