Follow the SS 42 (national road), it is then recommended to exit from the ring road at Rogno. Pass through the centre of Lovere, a charming town that is located on the Lake of Iseo, and follow the road that lies beside the lake that takes you to Sarnico.
This part of the itinerary is quite fascinating since the road has been dug out right underneath a cliff. There are several blind curves to the right that are also elbow curves that require extra caution, as does the section that passes through the tunnel which is quite slippery due to water infiltration.
The Iseo lake became very famous in 2016 due to the Floating Piers installation.
After Sarnico, it is best to continue onwards towards Provaglio d’Iseo – Brescia, while passing through some of the most famous vineyards in Franciacorta. If you book in advance, it is possible to visit one of the many prestigious wineries in this area (phone 030 9868533) www.agenzialagoiseofranciacorta.it ).
At Camignone take the ring road towards Verona and exit at Desenzano. Turn and go towards Padenghe and then take the road that lies beside Garda Lake going towards Salò. There are many ways to access the lake. It is possible to visit l’isola dei Conigli (the island of Rabbits), that can be reached by foot when the water level is low. It is definitely worth stopping to have lunch in one of the many restaurants by the lake.
Once you arrive in Salò, you can take a 10 km detour towards Gardone Riviera where it is possible to visit the “Vittoriale”, Home-Museum of Gabriele D’Annunzio.
Returning to Salò, take the ring road and follow it to Brescia, continuing in the direction towards Lago d’Iseo and then Edolo, all the way to Ceto. From here, once again take the national road to return to the Adamello Ski territory.
ADAMELLO SKI – LOVERE – SARNICO – PROVAGLIO BS – DESENZANO DEL GARDA – SALÒ BS – GARDONE RIVIERA – CETO BS – ADAMELLO SKI
LENGTH OF ITINERARY
- 5,30 hours at a calm pace and without stopping to visit anything
TYPE OF SURFACE
- asphalt in good condition
POSSIBILITY TO SHORTEN THE ITINERARY
POSSIBILITY TO LENGTHEN THE ITINERARY