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Sarnano/Amandola and back

28 km Distance
720 m Ascent
720 m Descent

(0 ratings)

Extend this route by leaving from Casa Carotondo. or park in Sarnano - as you leave Sarnano on the right is a large shop called Vallesi selling agricultural equipment, park up the road just after the shop on the right.

The route takes you through the scenic rolling hills between Sarnano and Amandola on the one side of the main road. This bit is  compllicated by the large number of gravel tracks so a gps/detailed map is recommended. You drop down to the Lago San Ruffino, where there are a couple of restaurants. The ride into Amandola bypasses the centre of town where there are plenty of opportunities for refreshment here.

Don't have too many ice-creams the hill coming out of Amandola is steep. Once up on the ridge you can enjoy lovely views of the Sibillini Mountains. The track back to Sarnano is mostly gravel and broken in a number of places.


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