Usually we start this tour from Valles Pass, so as far as we don't like to climb up pavement roads, if the lifts of Falcade San Pellegrino resort are open we are likely to use them to gain altitude, otherwise we take advantage of the bike shuttle . From the summit of the pass you follow the main road for a while until you reach Val Veneggia. When you arrive at the entrance of the valley ,there is a fire road that climbs up , that leads to Baita Segantini. Once you get to the top of the hill, and recovered from fatigue, it starts the descent entering in a singletrack, in some places quite technical, that conducts to the main road of Rolle Pass. From here there is a sequence of shortcuts separating you from San Martino di Castrozza. After you attain the village , you go up to Rosetta upland using a cable car. There is a restaurant on the summit, if you need a quick break or even a 3 course meal. The plateau with its distinctive and evocative lunar landscape, is a constant up and down on a gravel trail, which tests both riding skills and stamina. Moreover, up to 2300 meters, you definitely can feel the altitude.After the gravel section of the trail, the ground changes to dirt, and also start a long descent,which is guaranteed fun for who likes riding downhill. The way comes to Casera Campigat, and from there continues, the road widens, but there are some more technical shortcuts", until you get to Col di Prai in Valle di San Lucano. A quick ride on the fireroads of the valley leads to Taibon Agordino, where a stop at Aldo’s bar is mandatory.