Romagna Trail 2024
V EDIT. 13/14/15 September

The 2024 edition includes the departure and arrival from "La Casetta Rio del Sol" in Forlì, among orchards and good typical Romagna food! The route is a ring of 310 km and 6800 D+ mt.

You will encounter villages and small towns, both along paths, mule tracks and secondary asphalted roads. You will pedal for many kilometers along the "Foreste Casentinesi National Park", a place where silence and nature will surprise you.

Every year the track is modified to give an increasingly new flavor to the RomagnaTrail, while always remaining faithful to the concept of bikepacking immersed in 100% pure nature.

The 2024 track is revisited compared to that of the previous year by approximately 70%:

-there will be no passage from the sea area

- it will be more "gravel oriented" and pedalable

- increased km into the "Foreste Casentinesi" park.

The track is planned so that everyone will be able to manage the route in stages with feasible distances and differences in altitude (approximately, 120 + 90 +100 km). Along the route there are many B&Bs and two affiliated campsites (one with equipped tents) for sleeping. If necessary you will have our necessary support to correctly manage this spectacular experience.

There will be video makers and photographers present along the route.

Bike recommend: gravel (well tyred, 42mm min), monstercross, mtb, ebike.


km 310



How much time do I need?

2 days for "speedy boys and girls"

3 days to experience it (average of 100 km per day)

4 days if you have time and don't just want to ride (eat and drink.. :-) )

Dirt road

at least 70/75%

Max. height


Forlì Parco Nazionale delle Foreste Casentinesi Monte Falterona e Campigna 1535 mt 305/315 Km 6800/7250 D+


Registrations :

from 22 December 2023

(by 31 July 2024)

Participation fee:


65.00 euros


50.00 euros


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.”

Ernest Hemingway