M50 – MTB – E-BIKE Alta Val Malone


The upper Malone valley is a true paradise for bikers and their families. Long and short rings cross beech and chestnut woods dotted with ancient stone villages, rows of vineyards, rugged and rocky soils but also gentle slopes along streams and streams.

Three high-altitude restaurants – in Piano Audi, Ritornato and Cudine – can also be reached with a comfortable paved road: the ideal meeting point with families for a good mid-course meal.

The Carto-guide shows M50, the large 50 km ring for mountain bikes that runs through the Upper Val Malone through the territories of Corio, Rocca Canavese, Levone and Forno Canavese. The M50V variants allow the ring to be further extended up to a total of 80 km.

The guide also includes 16 shorter rings which allow a complete exploration of the area. For each itinerary you will find a detailed altimetric graph and a description of the route.

The product was created in collaboration with ASAVM – Associazione Sentieri ALTA VAL MALONE



  • MTB and And-Bike itineraries
  • Informative tables(-point and height of departure, maximum height , meters of total positive gradient, distance in km, difficulty of slope and descent, exposure to the risk)
    • Explanatory tables of reference scales due to difficulty and exposure to injury risk
    • Place in which it is possible to find receptive structures that offer useful services to the bicyclist, with QR Code to see in the detail the services.
  • Excursional information (shelters, bivouacs, unwatched refuges, climbing walls, equipped areas, places of interest, routes fitted, dangerous passages, etc..)
  • Specific elements such us fountains, piles, crosses, access restrictions etc.
  • Primary and secondary path network
  • Naming hiking trails and itineraries
  • Complete road network
  • Land typology (Woodlands, glaciers, stony grounds etc.)
  • Lakes, rivers, canals
  • National, regional, provincial, local borders, national parks
  • Curves of 50m, 10m, 5m equidistance
  • Buildings, industries, churches, cemeteries
  • Military buildings, fortifications
  • Complete toponymy
  • Railway stations, highway exits

This paper has also a metric grid shown in a frame according the UTM WGS84 projection.

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