From Lake Garda to Mount Baldo North with Garda Sport Shuttle
The Graziani refuge is on the east side of Mount Baldo, on Provincial Road 3, where the Shuttle arrives.
From the Graziani Refuge, for example, you can do the climb up Mount Altissimo di Nago with a mandatory stop at the refuge before the descent on the famous and challenging 601. Iit is also the start of the medium route on the Red Tour that leads back to Lake Garda by descending from the west side of the mountain or of the leisurely Violet Tour that, pedaling southward, leads to Spiazzi, Prada, San Zeno di Montagna and back to the shores of the Lake from Castelletto di Brenzone.
The Bike Shuttle from Malcesine takes about an hour to reach the Graziani refuge.
The 8-passenger van trolley can carry up to 8 bikes and all sports equipment out of the sun and rain.
Shuttle service also for trekkers
You can also use this shuttle to get to the beginning of the area’s hiking trails or have it pick you up at the end of your tour. Some of the most popular trails in the area include the climbs up Mount Altissimo in Nago and the Ventrar Trail, to name a few.
- 1 person: 110 euro per person
- 2 persons: 65 euros per person
- 3 persons: 50 euros per person
- 4 people: 40 euros per person
- 5 people: 35 euros per person
- 6 people: 30 euros per person
- 7 people: 28 euros per person
- 8 people: 25 euros per person
Who will accompany you
Nice to meet you; I’m Alberto.
I arrange a shuttle service to take you to the start of the most exciting trails on Lake Garda or pick you up at the end of your descent.
I am a Lake Garda mountain bike guide, born and raised in Malcesine, and I know every single route in the mountains back home.
Write or call me, even if you want to get to another location with my Shuttle or need a local mountain bike guide.