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Tour estivo Atesino 2019

Andrea De Felici

Tour estivo Atesino 2019

Collection by Andrea De Felici

13

Tours

64:35 h

584 mi

34,725 ft

Tour da Peschiera a Peschiera, seguendo grosso modo la ciclabile dell'Adige. Rispetto agli anni precedenti un giro più stanziale, con fermate a Rovereto, Merano, Bressanone che hanno consentito diverse digressioni senza bagagli al pian delle Fugazze, sullo Stelvio e Umbrail, al Resia e in val Pusteria. Viaggio con borse da viaggio.

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  • Tour estivo 2019 - 0. Primo assaggio

    00:35
    7.56 mi
    13.0 mph
    300 ft
    175 ft

    First taste of the 2019 summer tour. We pass through the very busy eastern Gardesana visiting German friends before heading towards the Adige cycle path. A swim in the pool mitigates the already intense heat. The tour was done with a gravel equipped with rear rack, bags and bikepacking on the top tube.

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  • 03:50
    39.7 mi
    10.3 mph
    1,775 ft
    1,475 ft

    1st stage of the 2019 summer tour. Leave Lake Garda and reach the Adige cycle path. First part up to Rivoli Veronese a little bit rough, but all in all not demanding. From Rivoli Veronese to Rovereto really undemanding. The vineyards and apple orchards of Val d'Adige accompany the path of this beautiful

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  • 04:32
    39.6 mi
    8.7 mph
    4,950 ft
    4,900 ft

    Unlike the summer tours of previous years, I preferred to set it up a little differently and in the end in a way that is perhaps even more congenial to me: not a hit and run, a stop and go, but rather with transfer stages, also long, but with stops of a few days in points of particular interest where

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  • 07:00
    77.1 mi
    11.0 mph
    1,275 ft
    1,125 ft

    Third stage of the 2019 summer tour. Transfer stage from Rovereto to Merano, long but very easy, which runs along much of the Adige valley cycle path.

    In the morning in the breakfast room of the hostel I meet two other cyclists, Cristiana and Maurizio, also on the Adige cycle path, but heading south after

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  • 07:43
    53.7 mi
    7.0 mph
    7,100 ft
    6,575 ft

    Come è accaduto con Rovereto anche Merano era pensata come sosta per esplorare i dintorni. Inizialmente era previsto solo un giorno di sosta con lo scopo di togliersi lo sfizio del Resia, ma poi, visto che la condizione c'era, proprio durante il viaggio in treno verso Peschiera è sorta la decisione di

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  • 02:11
    29.2 mi
    13.4 mph
    275 ft
    2,150 ft

    Continuation of the previous track of the Stelvio tour. The initial idea was to finish the tour where it started, that is, in Silandro. However, there was a bit of waiting for the train, the path was practically smooth or even downhill, I felt fit and therefore it was natural to continue and finish the

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  • 06:15
    62.7 mi
    10.0 mph
    3,450 ft
    3,450 ft

    I have been there 3 times in Merano and I have always been fascinated by the Resia and the upper part of the Val Venosta cycle path, which for various reasons I have never managed to do. In fact, this trip was designed above all to fill this gap and the Stelvio had not even crossed my mind in all sincerity

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  • 00:58
    5.96 mi
    6.2 mph
    100 ft
    800 ft

    On the way back, stop at the legendary Forst Brauerei in Lagundo, a must for beer lovers.

    I decide to go down to Tel to see the dam and to make the hairpins of the Throne of Trauttmansdorff Castle, from where you can enjoy an excellent view of the Merano basin. These are things already done the day before

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  • 07:09
    48.5 mi
    6.8 mph
    6,150 ft
    4,725 ft

    A volte capita che si sottovalutino certi percorsi e che si diano per scontate certe tracce, senza neanche guardarle prima di partire, fidandosi del sentito dire e delle false intuizioni. Così è stato per questa tappa. La destinazione finale era Bressanone, inizialmente posto come arrivo finale della

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  • 00:45
    7.86 mi
    10.5 mph
    300 ft
    850 ft

    Continuation of the previous track interrupted due to low battery of the Polar. Path now decidedly downhill. Eat and drink are the right aperitif for the tycoon who is waiting for me in Bressanone after a tough day. Compared to the morning the weather is much nicer. I arrive in Bressanone and I have

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  • 07:53
    60.4 mi
    7.7 mph
    4,700 ft
    2,800 ft

    The original idea of the trip was to make the Val Pusteria from Bressanone to Lienz, staying overnight in Dobbiaco or surroundings. Unfortunately, moving late in these areas always involves a lack of availability, at least for cheaper accommodation. So I decided to stay in Bressanone for a few nights

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  • 09:22
    88.9 mi
    9.5 mph
    2,575 ft
    3,775 ft

    The long farewell to these beautiful places begins with this stage. The heart cries a bit to have to go away, but that's the way life goes. Before heading south, I say goodbye to Bressanone. I will not make the trip alone, but in the company of Ute, the roommate I met at the hostel. We will be part of

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  • 06:23
    62.5 mi
    9.8 mph
    1,800 ft
    2,225 ft

    We go back home. I leave Rovereto for the umpteenth time, with a bit of melancholy for this city which, despite being geographically distant, I feel close. Destination? Where it all began: Peschiera del Garda. Path? The one done on the way - more or less. There is still a whim to take away, that is the

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Collection Stats

  • Tours
    13
  • Distance
    584 mi
  • Duration
    64:35 h
  • Elevation
    34,725 ft

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