Apart from an initial stretch with an inclination of 5-6%, the first kilometres of this itinerary are rather easy and allow cyclists to admire the beautiful surrounding mountainside of the Mugello area. Pass through the fraction of Panicaglia (3.7km; fountain on the right) and continue toward Ronta (7.3km), on a road that has a gentle inclination. Upon exiting the town (fountain on the left), there is a harsher stretch of uphill road, which then descends toward the town of Madonna dei Tre Fiumi (8.7km; 410m above sea level), where cyclists can stop to visit a sanctuary with the same name. The following 8km are difficult; cyclists travel through the narrow valley of the Ensa torrent, immersed in the surrounding woods. The inclination is rather constant, remaining between 5 and 7%, until reaching the fraction of Razzuolo (12.5km; 635m above sea level). Here, the road evens out and remains constant for about 100m (fountain on the right), yet when exiting the town the road then sharply climbs uphill (in correspondence with the cemetery) for six or seven kilometres (at 9-10% inclination).