Following the ancient Roman road used by the Martyr, Bishop Vigilio in the 5th century, San Vili Way links Trento with Madonna di Campiglio
The San Vili Way joins Trento to Madonna di Campiglio, from the Adige Valley to the Brenta Dolomites. The trail recounts the memories, identities and beauties of the mountain, landscape and rural life and its sober culture of autonomy. Long stretches with traditional paths and new cycle paths link city to mountain.
In 400 A.D. Vigilio, Bishop patron of Trento and later, after his martyrdom in Rendena, his remains, followed the path of the ancient Roman road, which was revived in 2013 and divided into two parts: a low and a high itinerary, which partly coincide.
The lower, San Vili Basso, which is easier and with less height difference, includes new routes that are better connected to residential areas and to logistical needs whilst nevertheless remaining true to the historic journey of Bishop Vigilio.
The higher, San Vili Alto, substantially respects the original proposal of 1988 and has also been adapted for the needs of each stage.