Romagna Trail 2023
IV EDIT. 2023 June 17
The 2023 ed start and finish in Forlì, after a ring of about 380 km and 7000/8000 mt D+ (about). On the saddle of your bike (mtb, gravel, monstercross or e-bike) you will travel the paths within the most beautiful areas of Romagna, from a landscape and otherwise point of view.
Continuing along the route you will come across important sites of historical interest and monuments.
You will cross centuries-old pine forests along the Romagna coast, where you can stop in the evening to savor a plate of fresh fish or simply a "Piadina" and stay overnight in one of the many seaside resorts on the coast.
Pedaling towards the highest peaks, you will leave the cities of Romagna behind, to enter the pristine woods of the hinterland. Taking advantage of the more agile gears of your travel companion, you will slowly climb to the 1000 meters above sea level of "Monte Fumaiolo", where you can visit the source of the Tevere (the Rome river!); you will walk through woods and hermitages, a section of the path "00" (part of the Gea) and some of the forest paths of the integral nature reserve of Sasso Fratino, a Unesco heritage site, located within the national park of the Casentino Forests, one of the most beautiful in Europe.
Finally you will go down to the valley always away from asphalt and traffic, meeting villages, ridges and ancient mills, along.
From here on, after a few km of dirt road and long rival, you will reach the end of this wonderful journey, greeted by applause and an ice-cold beer!
about 380 km (still in the completion phase of the 2023 track)
7000/8000 (still in the process of completing the 2023 track)
INFO AND PRICE
from 2 January 2023
(by 31 May 2023)
50.00 euros until 31/03/2023
65.00 euros from 01/04/2023 - 31/05/2023
35.00 euros until 31/03/2023
50.00 euros from 01/04/2023 - 31/05/2023
THEY ARE INCLUDED IN THE PRICE
Track Romagna Trail in gpx format (and Komoot gpx link)
Participation in Camp RT with Romagna brunch + beer
Overnight in a tent on the day of departure
Laughter, friendship and a few beers together….
Information about the route will be updated on the website, via newsletter and social media.
“It is by riding a bicycle that you learn the contours of a country best, since you have to sweat up the hills and coast down them.”