In Brianza, at the foot of Montevecchia and eastwards, lies the Curone Valley Park, a place rich in paths, woods, clearings and streams, perfect for trekking and mountain biking.
This is a very varied route that alternates all types of road-to-road, from asphalt, to pedestrian paths, to single track trails, to dirt roads or paved roads, fords, bridges and many up and down.
The atmosphere is captivating and you are immersed in the woods at times with side-by-side glades. The route is characterized by continuous ups and downs.
The cycle path covers an area of woods, the vineyards of Terre Lariane IGT wines and cornfields. Curone Valley Park is an area of great environmental, naturalistic and at the same time artistic and cultural richness; here you can admire numerous buildings and churches of considerable architectural value, including the Sanctuary of the Beata Vergine del Carmelo situated on the top of the Montevecchia hill.
Along the route you will find numerous farmsteads, still inhabited and some of which are used for productive activities such as livestock breeding, agriculture and viticulture. The itinerary can be completed either by bike or on foot. It includes dirt and grassy stretches, steps and an uphill section covered in travertine. The route also includes several ups and downs until it reaches the uphill part of Montevecchia.
The park is also easily reached by the Lecco-Milan railway line, Cernusco Lombardone stop. From the station, take Via Vittorio Emanuele II as far as the roundabout; here turn left onto Viale Europa where the Valle del Curone Park cycle path begins.