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... and North American plates drifted apart, opening the Atlantic Ocean for the first time. As a result, the Dolomites were plunged underwater once again. They remained there for almost 70 million years, until the African and European plates collided, forcing the earth’s crust upwards and raising the Dolomites one final time.
For the past 80 million years, seasonal wind, water, and ice erosion has taken its toll on the ...
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 ...
... as it was all in mist but going up here must be one of the best mountain passes I have ever ridden.
At first the road hugs the cliff edge but finally comes out into a car park kind of area right high up on a cliff. A wonderful balcony restaurant looks over the whole area and so i stopped here to take in the beauty for another cup of coffee and cake.
Onwards the road climbs and twists & turns every inch of the way. Wonderful restaurants are of the plenty. ...
... trampled by big Stags running across the road right in front of me.
Finally and after a number of photos I am back on the wonderful twisty roads and for the first time in my life I can actually see what this bike is like on such a road. Scotland does have such roads but the difference between a twisty Austrian road and a twisty Scottish road is that the Austrian roads are in far better condition. In Scotland its almost too dangerous now to let rip into any curve as ...
... obviously a popular bike track with the locals. We got to the Italian border and noticed a very small sign on the road to the left that declared 'Italia'. There were a few old buildings nearby that looked very drab and we're obviously used as border checkpoints at one time or another. After that it was a fairly easy 12km ride into San Candido. This is our first Italian stop so we started using our Italian phrases. We checked in at ...