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... braking on my bike I was still grabbing the brakes much of the way down this magical pass.
Finally the cliffhanging section gives way to a more gentle system which makes its way through trees and forest area and gently eases its way into a massive valley between two mighty high mountains.
Hear near the bottom I stop at a wonderful coffee shop which is hung on the edge of a cliff. The views across the valley are some of the most stunning views I have ever seen ...
... tomorrow. Weather has been great, but clouded up when we reached the summit. First picture is Susan at a town water fountain. Second is me on the decent into Vipiteno. The local clock tower and, finally, Susan and I recuperating at a local establishment trying to regain strength for tomorrow. ...
... br> parallel to the main motorway (which appeared to be elevated on concrete piers
most of its route). The motorway was busy and even the local road was busy, Not
pleasant driving. This is a main north-south arterial route.
Stopped at Camping Corones. Luxurious site, with heated
sanitary facilities and a heated outdoor pool, but somehow we did not like it.
Full of Germans and very “ordered” parking.
... I rode into Cortina I passed most of the rest of the group, who were on a guided ride. Being an independent soul, I'd chosen to go out on my own and plan my own route. Tonight will be our third night at the Hotel Table. It's very comfortable but I am not used to being in one place for so long when I am holidaying. It will be good to move on tomorrow. Must be my 1/32 part gypsy genes at ...
... br> River. We only made it as far as the first set of cascades, and it little
further. The cascades are in deep (very deep) limestone gorges and, to view
them, involves walking a stretch of a vie ferrate. The view down into the gorge
when crossing the Ponte Outo was amazing. Chickened out of the vie ferrate and
went on across a further bridge, after which the path became precarious.