Travel Blogs from San Cassiano
... a group of signs indicating where this road leads but the sign indicating what pass it leads to is covered in hard snow and so I have no idea what pass I’m heading for.
This road appears to be classed as a secondary road as it’s not on my map and appears as though it has not been treated for ice and snow.
I head up this wonderful road at extremely slow pace. There are patches of ice everywhere and the bike lets go on a number of occasions making ...
... arrived into the town of Trento. Not quite where I wanted to be but at least I now had the option of getting on the motorway if need be but instead I took yet another quick ride up another pass which I noticed from the road.
This winding road took me up "Paso Campo". It was nothing special other than great mountains with a view point at the top. After a few photos it was back down the pass and onto the motorway to head North towards the Dolomites.
Riding along here ...
... this cold but we have loved to be able to see it with snow. Yes first photo, nick dumped snow over me, thanks for that, so the pussy ran when I threw it back and lost his glasses in the snow. Frantic 5mins then found hence his photo. Typical. He is trying to say he meant to have a funny photo. It is a lovely village, horse running in the meadow just over the road, chasing a dog out.We saw grape vines all the way up ...
... Westies and had a mistress who stalked him with a white handkerchief with which she constantly wiped his not so whiter than white fur) I met outside the Bolzano, Bozen prison (after I was rescued from the River Talvera, Talfer whilst in pursuit of their ball). I’ll share my discoveries later.
Landy climbed the steepest tracks to the largest alpine plateau pasture in Europe hoping that we might find a hospitable patch of meadow ...
... is becoming a bad wizard...I know I'm 31 already but since I saw this mountain this what I think about them - bad wizards...wa hah ha ha ha!!! After a few minutes the landscape changed to a green forest, I felt safe...I did the hard part!!! Our main thing today is to reach the marmolada, the highest mountain of the Dolomites, there are supposed to be 3 different cable cars leading to its top that is over 3400 m. We finished descending the mountain and reached a valley, everything ...
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