A “fast” yet classic tour for road cyclists to admire the Lugano area’s many scenic sights.
|Duration||2 h 45'|
|Height difference||298 m|
It is claimed that the Monte Brè area is the sunniest spot in Switzerland. In addition, Monte Brè affords great views taking in the Alps and Monte Rosa as well as the gulf of Lugano, dominated by San Salvatore.
|Height difference||1207 m|
As you can deduce from the name, this route wends its way amongst the “hills” surrounding Lugano. In cycling terms, it can be defined as a classic “eat and drink” stop.
|Duration||4 h 56'|
|Height difference||1349 m|
This route is characterised by lakes and woodlands.
|Duration||5 h 56'|
|Height difference||1507 m|
The title says it all. The aim is to reach Sighignola, known as Italy’s balcony, at a height of 1320 metres.
|Duration||4 h 20'|
|Height difference||1666 m|
Have you ever pedalled on fossils? After riding along the shores of Lake Lugano up to Riva S. Vitale, the route continues through Mendrisio until you reach Rancate.
|Duration||5 h 17'|
|Height difference||1107 m|
A “return trip” to face the challenges of Val di Muggio, a traditional valley in the Mendrisio area and Switzerland’s southernmost valley.
|Duration||7 h 6'|
|Height difference||1646 m|