n°5 > Malga Campo
An initially effortless path begins at the bridge in Arco, leading along the new cycling path on the left side of the River Sarca as far as the village of Ceniga. Turn right and cross the S.S. 45bis state road which leads to a flat country road which, after approximately 3 km, comes out at Dro on the provincial road leading to Drena, passing through Maso Giare and splendid orchard. After a series of bends affording magnificent views it’s well worthwhile stopping for a visit to the splendid Drena Castle. After the castle, go down to the right of the village and beyond the Rio Sallagon towards Maso Michelotti, climbing once more for about 400 metres. From here, after a stretch of apparently flat ground, the road becomes steep again and after about 10 km ends up in woods and green meadows just before the summer pastures of Malga Campo. To follow a brief flat stretch from which there are views of Mounts Brento and Casale and the Brenta Dolomites the coming to the last gruelling climb on a cemented road (a ratio of over 25%) and after the first bend, go straight down again. After a pleasant stretch of flat road through the meadows, turn right at the first junction an go down towards Carobbi. Here, at a junction between two houses, turn right ontoa steep downhill dirt track which comes out at a surfaced junction.
Turn left and carry on as far as the ancient village of Braila. Follow the dirt track down to Pianura which is surrounded by beech woods and ancient chestnut trees. Further down, just before San Martino, Massone and Caneve, is a rock face which is used for free climbing.