I parked at Villa di Villa and climbed up to Rugolo, then headed toward Montaner. On the edge of town is a settlement called Val Borgo with an Orthodox church. Turn right and begin climbing steeply. After a few km I arrived at Casera di Fae and explored, looking for a shortcut. No luck. I descended a bit and traversed west to the chiesetta on Sentiere Pagnoca. Here you must dismount and push your bike up a rocky trail until joining another concrete road, very steep. Eventually you reach the end of the road. This begins the hike up CAI 1061, named Pagnoca after a partigiano fighter in WW II. Lots of bike carrying uphill. It’s a good workout, much more variety of muscle strain than usual bike riding. Eventually it opens up in sunny beech forest, which I thought was near Cima della Cima. After descending a dirt road a I joined a well-paved road but wasn’t sure where. After ascending a bit I recognized the intersecting road from Col Oliver: I was on Strada dei Patriarchi. I descended to Villa di Villa, very tired.