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bici strada - Road Cycling Area - 2019

Road Cycling Area - 2019
Lunghezza 1600 Km Dislivello 13000 m
Pendenza max 0 % Durata several days
Percentuale sterrato 0 % Tratto piedi 0 m
Partenza Varese Arrivo Colmegna
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Descrizione del percorso
New back roads and shortcuts around the lakes. Our Road Cycling Area is up-to-date for 2019 season.
The routes around the Northern Italian Lakes are winding.
You tackle lots of ups and downs, at times through tiny villages, some with cobblestones paths, others with roads wide enough for one car only.
The road cycling area, with its grand Italian lakes (Lake Maggiore, Lake Lugano, Lake Como) and numerous small basins (Lake Varese, Lake Orta, Lake Comabbio, Lake Monate, Lake Ganna and Lake Ghirla)offers a unique mix of charms to lovers of cycling and a perfect blend of climbing and descending, of challenge and reward.

Once you get out of town (5-10 kilometres) you essentially have NO traffic.
Pedalling through ancient village, Medieval castles and fortresses, forests, beautiful views, undulating and peaceful roads, gently rolling hillsides, valleys and mountains, challenging climbs, descents and above all, views across the Prealps, Alps, the Monte Rosa Massif and Italy’s northern lakes on the border between Italy and Switzerland.
A guest of ours said as a joke : “This place is nothing but hills. Up and down”

The three most important lakes are, from west to east, Lake Maggiore, Lake Lugano, Lake Como.
Lake Maggiore, Italy’s second-largest lake. Lake Como and Lake Lugano are smaller.
Between and around these are several minor lakes - such as Lake Orta, west of Maggiore, and Lake Varese, midway between Lake Maggiore and Lake Lugano, as well as Lake Comabbio, Lake Monate, Lake Ganna and Lake Ghirla.
Nine lakes of different sizes surround Varese and Como.
The southern end of area is relatively flat ( approx 300 metres .a.s.l. – 990 feet .a.s.l.) and more peopled, but the northern end is mountainous (approx 1.000 metres a.s.l. - 3,280 feet a.s.l.) as the lakes reach the foothills of the Alps in Switzerland.
The region offers classic images of Italy: balconies over blue water, sleepy cobblestone villages and stone cottages, secluded gardens and exotic flora.

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Road cycling routes close to Varese

Road cycling routes Lake Maggiore

Cycling routes along Lake Lugano

Road bike inside Varese Gardens

Cycling along Lake Lugano

Road cycling routes along Lake Lugano

Road cycling around Varese

Cycling routes along Lake Maggiore

Road cycling routes around Varese

Cycling Lake Lugano

Bike routes along Lake Lugano

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