60 km of cycle path link Asolo, ‘the city of a hundred horizons’, and Padua. Its route follows the course of the river Muson dei Sassi and in part overlaps with the ‘Trail of the Ezzelini’ and the St. Anthony Walk.
It can thus be said to be split into two parts. There is the first stretch, which allows you to explore the towns to the north of Valle Agredo (for example, Castelfranco), and the other part, which starts at the Sanctuaries of the Monks of St. Anthony in Camposampiero and continues to the city of Padua. (Remember that one can get a Pilgrim Certification for travelling this part the St. Anthony Walk.) This section of the Walk is known as the Last Walk because it is indissolubly linked with St. Anthony’s last days on earth.
To be travelled on foot or by bike, alone or in a group, this stretch of the St.Anthony Walk runs mainly along a specially laid out course.