Yes, fairly easy to navigate. You will be dropped off with a larger group so there will always be someone to tag along with.
Two uplifts in a day generally works quite well but some (eg 601) will take you all day because of the initial climb up, leaving little or no time for a second uplift (unless you're quick).
Top trail recomendations:
601 from Altissimo. This was the stand-out trail of the week, a 400m ride/push/carry up from the shuttle to the top, then it starts all nice and flowy with big mountain views over the lake, before turning into a bouldery blast and ultimately a tech-fest towards the bottom. Blooming brilliant. So good that some of us went back the following day and rode the bottom section again in the rain. That was characterbuilding!!! Off the brakes over the rough wet limestone stuff and look for a braking point where you could loose some speed in the wet leaves where there was at least SOME grip.
Skull (Val del Diaol) is a freeride trail built by the guys at Alta Garda Bike Area. Starts from Mt Baldo road.
Veccio Porto Ponale descent from near Pregasina down to the lake is a nice techy section too. Combine it with Val di Pur trail to Lago di Ledro.
Serpente (Anaconda) is a nice flowy loamy trail starting from Santa Barbara.
No 6 trail from Mt Baldo to Navene is a good mix of everything, mega fast and flowy with switchbacks and a nice fallen treetrunk drop.
Can't wait to go back!