|Stages||Assisi-Spoleto; Spoleto-Sant’Anatolia di Narco; Sant’Anatolia di Narco-Marmore Waterfalls|
|Distance||Stage 1: 51 km | Stage 2: 18 km | Stage 3: 29 km|
|Difference in level||Stage 1: 100 metri | Stage 2: 300 metri | Stage 3: 250 metri|
|Difficulty||Stage 1: easy | Stage 2: medium | Stage 3: easy|
|Road surface||Stage 1: asphalt | Stage 2: gravel road | Stage 3: 70% gravel road e 30% asphalt|
|Bike recommended||Stage 1: hybrid, mtb, ebike, racing | Stage 2: mtb, hybrid, gravel, ebike (with front lights) | Stage 3: mtb, hybrid, gravel, ebike|
|To visit in the area||Assisi, Santa Maria degli Angeli, Rivotorto, Cannara, Bevagna, Torre di Montefalco, Casco dell’Acqua, San Giacomo, Spoleto, Caprareccia, Tassinare, Sant’Anatolia di Narco, Scheggino, Ceselli, Macenano, Ferentillo, Arrone, Castel di Lago, Marmore Waterfalls.|
Born out of the conjunction of three different cycling routes, the bike lane Assisi – Spoleto – Marmore waterfalls tumbles into the eastern part of the Region, which passes through dozens of Municipalities among the province of Perugia and Terni.
It is a path suitable for all, also for families with children in the easiest sections: with low and intermediate levels of difficulty, it is flattish and away from traffic for long stretches. This does not mean that is trivial, in fact: several sections are definitely suggestive, not including the beauty of the towns and villages that you meet along the way.
Let’s discover together the stages of this path!