The Treviso – Ostiglia is a pleasant, flat, green corridor on its own, mostly asphalt roadbed that runs uninterrupted for about 70 km, from the city of Treviso to Montegalda (province of Vicenza).
The track follows the route of the former railroad of the same name, built in the 1920s and 1930s but decommissioned after World War II. Safe and well-marked, the trail runs through a Veneto typical landscape: fields planted with corn, radicchio and asparagus, country churches, nature areas, villages and Veneto villas. Along its 70 kilometers, the Treviso – Ostiglia offers accommodations, rest and refreshment areas, bike parks, bike rental points, and services for the cyclist.
It is a route suitable for all legs and all wheels: those of families with children but also the more trained ones of long-distance bicycle tourists. In fact, one of the main features of the route is that it intersects a lot of other cycle routes, such as the GiraSile, the Brenta Cycleway, the Dolomiti-Venice, and the AIDA, to name a few.
Once the renovation of the entire former railroad is completed, the track will offer cyclists a 120-kilometer-long route that, after passing through the territories of the province of Verona, will allow them to reach Mantua. The Federation of Camposampierese Municipalities is the Managing Entity of the track and is entrusted with the tasks of maintenance and tourism communication.