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Our last day in Trento, went out in the morning for a ride to stretch the legs after yesterday. I found a fantastic bike path which runs next to the Adige River so followed that for little while. Had to stop on the way back to let a herd of sheep, goats and donkeys pass which is something you don't see back home.
I finished off by climbing up a large rocky outcrop which overlooks Trento called Doss Trento. The gradient was 15% + but only fairly short. Up ...
... legs have never been so tired in my life! That combined with the higher altitude made for quite the
workout, but the views along the way were incredible.
We finally arrived at the top after about four and a half hours and were able to sit down to take a break and eat our sandwiches. After our break we continued up to the memorial at the mountain which memorializes troops who fought in World War I, as this was ...
Race day and as to be expected was up there with 3-Peaks as the hardest ride I've done.
The pace was on from the start averaging about 40kmph to the foot of the first climb.
The race split up on the first climb with smaller groups forming all the way up to the summit. I'm not normally the best descender but the previous recon helped and I made up a heap of time however there was a fair amount of carnage on the descent - saw about 10 guys that had come down ...
Went out this morning to scope out climb #2, headed south towards Rovoreto which is about 15km south of Trento. The climb is over 750m in elevation from top to bottom but no really steep sections, so spun up it in an easy gear so as not to tax the legs too much before tomorrow. Passed through a little village called Castellano before hitting the descent - superfast with some 80kmph sections without even pushing it.
Had a rest during the ...
... as previous owners have added to it through the middle ages and on to more recent times, also many artistic influences including Byzantine, Gothic, Renaissance and others. There are many frescos adorning the exterior and especially the interior ceilings and walls, the most famous is the Eagle Tower which contains the Cycles of the Months which covers all four walls of the room and has a separate fresco for each month.
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