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The valleys of Bormio and the Alta Valtellina offer different bike paths for those who love biking calmly, while enjoying the views of nature in the Stelvio National Park.
In Bormio are two bike paths that arelinked to each other. The first, the Walk of the Alute, is about 3.1 miles (5 km) long, runs adjacent to the stream Frodolfo, and has both an asphalt path for bicycles and a dirt path for pedestrians, and reaches the village of S. Lucia. For the the return to Bormio, we suggest you take the Alute road, through the agricultural area of Bormio.
The bike path of S. Gallo, on the other hand, also runs adjacent to the stream Frodolfo in its initial part, but after reaching St. Lucia, you take another bike path that runs along the Adda river—In a quiet environment and away from the noise of traffic—almost to the town of Premadio, Valdidentro. From Premadio the bike path runs parallel to the old road to Bormio, and passes the church of S. Gallo and the golf course before heading into the center of Bormio. The whole 4.3 mile (6.9 km) bike path is paved, and can be enjoyed either on foot or by bicycle.
Valdidentro and Valdisotto
The bike path of Valdidentro is 8 miles (13 km) long and passes through the towns of Bormio and Valdisotto. This bike path is paved and is suitable for the whole family. In fact, it is accessible with strollers, in addition to walking or cycling, and is ideal for those who wish to enjoy nature away from traffic.
In the village of Le Motte, Valdisotto, you can also test yourself riding (or walking) the 2.8 miles (4.5 km) strip of roller ski path, along which are three junctions, which facilitate differing distances. Used for biathlon in the winter, the path has a shooting range equipped with ten targets.
In the village of S.Nicolo, along the stream Frodolfo, there is the beautiful bike path Genolecia, which at about 1.8 miles (3 km) in length, extends to the village of S. Antonio. Paved for its entire length, the Genolecia bike path is the ideal place for relaxing, walking, and cycling while immersed in the splendid landscape of the Stelvio National Park. Along the path is a beautiful playground for children, with an artificial lake, which is an ideal place for the family to take a break and relax, during a walk or ride.