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... Di Fassa and up to the huge crag directly above our campsite! It was about a 10 minute walk from the top of the Cable Car down to directly underneath the Crag. We even passed a Marmot on the way who posed for a photo for us. Then we clambered up to the crag where the steel cables were waiting. Renato sent me and Ben up ahead while he roped Ellie and Steph onto his safety rope. The climb was an hour of ...
... facilities though in true Hunt style). Then we spotted an ingenious use of the button lift (on what would be the nursery slopes in the winter) to pull grass-karts up the hill... It had to be done; Mike and Ben opting for the 'let's see how fast we can go' and the 'let's try it without using the brakes at all' style, and Ellie and I shared a kart with Ellie opting for the 'how do I stop' and 'can we go very slow' style! We all had fun ...
We left Camping Ampersee at 9:00 and headed down the Autobahn into Munich, along with every other car in Germany!! Yes of course there were some more roadworks just to slow things down a little more. Then to finally put the nail in the coffin of the myth of German efficiency the two major Autobahns that we need to drive on are linked by using a central highway through the metropolis of Munich. Traffic lights, junctions, shops, schools... ...
... at the top we saw that the walking tracks zig zagged the train tracks through the countryside and many walkers were using the train to break or extend their routes. In hindsight a train ticket would have added even more to the day. There are 2 further cable cars that travel up to 2260m, which would be great to explore, but we begin cycling ...
... rocks. The photo with the two red Gondolas in it, is the ski lift at the summit. Hundreds of people visit this summit daily, but none are more impressive than the cyclists ( bicycle that is, not motorbike) The Italians are cyclist bad a**es. All ages go up this mountain daily and seem to love the challenge.
The motorbike riders here are crazy. They ride all types of motorbikes and drive so fast, you are sure they are going to ...