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What a glorious day riding through the Dolomites, the Italian Southern Alps. Yes, the first 20 kilometers really were uphill. Thankfully, unlike the towering cliffs that surrounded us, the bike path slope was exactly as the organizers had claimed, "always kindly" AKA gentle - a 300 meter (1000 foot) altitude gain. Please see the pictures and read the captions for details.
If the concierge at your hotel gives you a room key with a large object attached, say an antler or chunk of wood, that's your clue that the key should never leave the hotel. After you lock your room, hand your key to the person at the front desk. When you return, just request your key. "Prego..."
The last two days were spent hiking through the country that makes up the Great War Museum, which includes the mountains and paths where most of the fighting took place in WW1. We started out yesterday hiking from the Albergo Falzarego, to the Refugio Averau. It was raining and cold and we started out with lots of clothes and rain gear. As we climbed higher up the paths, it began to brighten. However, when we got to the Refugio Averau, it started to rain again and ...
... colours where water has seeped through and allowed lichen to grow on the rocks. We stopped at the Rifugio Lavaredo briefly and continued on to the Rifugio Locatelli, which was a very busy hut. Here I had a beer and Val had a mineral water. We went to to the summit of a mountain behind the hut with David, Hilary, Jules, Roy and Val, and I and took a few pictures. We saw some choughs flying and congregating in the rocks. Choughs are black birds which are relatively common in the ...
... a biker meeting point. It's incredible! And the roads are ideal - twisty hairpin bends with a spectacular view at each turn. We went for a ride in the afternoon - riding west from Corvara over the Passo Gardena which connects Corvara in the Val Badia with Sëlva in the Val Gardena on the west side. It has an elevation of 2,136 m above sea level. We then went south over Passo Sella between the provinces of Trentino and South Tyrol in Italy. It ...