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    Monte Bregagno

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    Monte Bregagno

    Monte Bregagno is one of the dominant mountain peaks on Lake Como. There are no rock formations here but only open meadows – ideal as a mountainbike spot. The route over the summit has everything a bike tour can offer: from the asphalt road to the carrying passage in the ascent, from the rough singletrail to the flow fireworks in the descent.

    The climb from Rezzonico to Monte Bregagno is a tough one. The first 900 meters of altitude difference lead along an asphalt road, which could also be reached by shuttle. The road ends at a car park, where the route turns into a gravel road. Passing Alpe Rescascia, you reach the crossing at Sant‘Amate, where on the right the path up to Monte Bregagno begins. Here the bike has to be carried, a short flat section in the middle is again in the saddle and then the final section on foot. Finally you reach the summit, which offers an all-round panorama like only a few other mountains in the region. The view reaches from the Monte Rosa to the Bernina massif, embedded in the lake landscape of Lago di Como and Lago di Lugano. In the first phase, the descent is far less pleasant than the view from afar. The first few metres through the steep terrain have to be mastered on foot, then a steep, rough but ridable singletrail leads over the north-eastern ridge of Monte Bregagno. After a little more than 800 metres of downhill trail, turn right at a hut and follow an old trail to Alpe Puntolo. In the up-and-down, one reaches the Alpe di Nalcim on a beautiful but exhausting trail, the starting point of the final stretch down to Cremia. On this trail, pure flow is the order of the day. The path meanders through the birch forest and ends in this way in the village of Cremia. This section is a trail highlight of the upper Lake Como! Two short trail sections with stairs follow after Cremia until the wonderful mule track back to Rezzonico begins at Prato.

    Rezzonico – Gallio – Treccione – Alpe Rescascia – Sant'Amate – Monte Bregagno – Alpe Puntolo – Alpe di Nalcim – Nassina – Samaino – Cremia – Vezzedo – Rezzonico
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    29 km
    difference in altitude uphill: 
    1960 m
    difference in altitude downhill: 
    1960 m
    Highest point: 
    226 M.ü.M.
    Lowest point: 
    2095 M.ü.M.
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