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... in some routes, like the Paternkofel (a peak near Toblach in the Dolomites), you even use them to ascend to the summit. These are called Klettersteigen, or fixed "climbing-routes". In the ascent of the Paternkofel, you climb through a tunnel used in WWI for almost half of the ascent.
The Dolomitic and Tiroler regions, while in Northern Italy, are split almost 50/50 between German and Italian speakers. The area ...
We crossed the border from Slovenia into Austria with no formalities, just a wave through. The little alpine villages and steep mountains of Austria were just like postcards. The Grossglockner Road is one of the famous alpine roads. It's 48 kilometres of winding road climbing to 2571 metres above sea level before descending down the other ...
... by the magical sunshine.
around at all the ledges and peaks in this area one knows they are massive but
when one uses binoculars and then sees tiny little people walking around on
them it just makes these already mighty big mountains seem even bigger. In
fact, its almost impossible for the human mind to accept just how massive these
mountains really are.
continued my uphill struggle back to the cable station. As if climbing ...
... br> It was now after 5pm and I was feeling the pain of this ************ my bike and so seemed to want to stop more and more. as i passed one town i saw a petrol station and just thought perhaps i should fill up. Getting fuel in Italy is a right nightmare as 99% of filling stations are "do it yourself" and many have no instructions in English.
I had only done 148 miles since filling up yesterday so still had another 120 or so in the tank but what made me want to fill-up here ...
... threw our wet clothes into a corner and poured ourselves into the bath. A thick hot chocolate and a ham and cheese panini later and all was well. The afternoon was checking out the town and resting before a big pasta-pizza dinner while the rain still pelted down. Tomorrow might be a similar wet start but we are chasing the sunshine hard as we head to lower grounds and leave the awesome Dolomites ...