Starting from the Panorama Hotel we go down to the State Road 48 of the Dolomites and turn right. We continue two kilometers and arrived in Tesero, after the square, we continue towards Cavalese, one of the largest and most characteristic village of the Valle di Fiemme seat of the Magnificent Community, we continue towards the San Lugano pass and go down towards Ora. Once in Ora, cross the town passing under the overpass of the Brenner motorway. Once you have passed the Bici-Grill, near the roundabout, turn right towards Lake Caldaro. This is the largest body of natural water in the autonomous province of Bolzano located at 216 meters above sea level. in the municipality of Caldaro, on the Wine Route, and about 20 km away from the city of Bolzano. The road continues through the vineyards, in a breathtaking view (in spring a stop is a must to admire the flowering, while in summer the territory is now ready for the harvest and, therefore, full of grapes ready to give the fine South Tyrolean wines). Continue on the SP14 wine road and after passing the village of Pianizza di sotto take the left fork for the Mendola Pass, and begin to climb a road full of curves and hairpin bends, climbs towards the Pass dominating the Val d ‘ Adige. In the distance you can admire the Latemar group and below the city of Bolzano.
Once you reach the Mendola, continue downhill towards the Valle di Non. Continuing towards Fondo, keep right towards Passo Palade. Arrived at the crossroads when the road begins to flatten, keep right for Lake Smeraldo; after about 500 meters you arrive at a beautiful lake that deserves to be visited. Some photos and away you go back and at the crossroads you continue left towards Madonna di Campiglio, Passo Tonale. You pass some villages including Cloz, Revò and when you reach another crossroads, turn right towards Passo del Tonale. Then continue going up into the Valle di Sole for 14 kilometers and upon reaching Dimaro, turn left towards Passo Campo Carlo Magno; Madonna of Campiglio. Once in Madonna di Campiglio you can visit this well-known tourist resort, coffee break and then continue on the SS239 for about 25 kilometers. After the village of Lavrè, at Porte di Rendena keep left on the SP 34 in the direction of Preore. After 20 kilometers you arrive at the crossroads, turn left towards Molveno for 13.5 kilometers. After stopping by the lake, continue for about 5 kilometers to Andalo and in the center of the town, keep right towards Fai della Paganella on the SP64. At the end of the descent at the roundabout, take the first right onto the SS43 towards Mezzolombardo – San Michele. After crossing the village, on the left, you can see the imposing Rotari winery, the social cellar of Mezzocorona famous for its Spumanti and Trento Doc. Continuing on you will come to a bridge with large concrete arches. There you will have to turn right and, after 150 meters, left towards the Cembra Valley. Leaving the Adige Valley behind you, after about 6 kilometers you will come to a crossroads, keep left towards Ville di Giovo. At the bottom of the descent, keep left towards Cembra (6 km). Then you go up the entire Cembra valley, famous for being the birthplace of the cycling champions Francesco Moser and Gilberto Simoni.
Moser, former Professional Cyclist from 1973 to 1988, won a Giro d’Italia and several classics, three Paris-Roubaix, two Tours of Lombardy, a Freccia Vallone, a Gand-Wevelgem and a Milano-Sanremo, as well as a World Championship on the road and one on the track, in individual pursuit.
Gilberto Simoni, professional from 1994 to 2010, won two Tours of Italy (2001 and 2003). He was one of the strongest climbers, managing to win stages in all the great laps. Much of his success has been achieved in mountain racing. Continuing until you reach Molina di Fiemme. From there it is mandatory to retrace a part of the valley floor until the exit of Ziano and the subsequent return to Panchià.