We’ve been told that the last stage of the great Tour Transalp is Monte Grappa itself, because from atop its 1,785-metre summit, you can enjoy a view over the plain that stretches as far as Venice Lagoon. You get the distinct feeling that you’ve crossed the whole ALPS and finally hit the descent towards the sea.
Another option in the area, though, is to ride a series of loops with our hotel as a central hub. You can take a bike shuttle up to altitude on Monte Grappa and then hit the downhill, or stay up in the hills.
Some of the most popular routes are those in the Asolo hills, where you can visit 2 fortresses, trails in the Prosecco Conegliano Valdobbiadene area, and Montello, which also hosted the 2011 MTB World Championships.
You can find other suggestions for your itineraries here: THE MTB BIKER.
There are various options to reach CIMA GRAPPA. We recommend: https://www.laviadelleprealpi.it/it/mtb-cross-country-da-campo-croce-a-cima-grappa
We’re in a wonderful area: an open-air gym where we know what a good drink tastes like!