a paradise for mountain bikers

At Camping Piccolo Paradiso you can organize your bike or MTB excursions in total autonomy and freedom, the routes you can choose from are so many and diversified that even the most demanding will be satisfied: off-road trails, equipped trails, high-altitude routes with descents adrenaline-pumping, on the plains, in the middle of woods and vineyards or overlooking suggestive panoramas such as the Cimetta di Locarno, 1671 meters high: sliding single trails through birch woods and the technically demanding descent towards Contra complete the tour.

Thanks to the great variety of marked cycling itineraries, the Vallemaggia area is the perfect choice for those who love mountain biking.

Happiness on two wheels

If you love cycling, you're in good company: we love riding on two wheels too! Opportunities for MTB and road bike outings are not lacking, after all we are in Ticino, one of the most beautiful cantons in Switzerland. Discover the routes on the paths and on the larger routes, thanks to the guides, maps and itineraries that we have ready for you!

Inhale, exhale, pedal… and you're done.

Are you a lover of two wheels and do you like to immerse yourself in nature on your bicycle even when you are on vacation?

Then you can't miss the wonderful MTB and bicycle routes in Ticino. You can leave directly from our campsite and, along the Maggia river, thanks to the adjacent cantonal road you can easily reach the main routes available in our area. Vallemaggia and its surroundings are the ideal destination for mountain bike enthusiasts at all levels.

Discover the best outdoor active routes in Vallemaggia

Explore the best mountain bike itineraries, MTB routes suitable for every level with photos, tips and tracks from other riders.

The digital trail network accompanies you in planning your adventures. The specific network for mountain biking can be selected as an activity when looking at the map, which lets you know which trails are the most suitable. Trails that have been defined and created by our tourism partners and community users as suitable for mountain biking.