Road Cycling Highlight
Here you cycle along a piece of Austro-Italian history. The rock towers of the Little Lagazuoi were in the First World War scene of the mountain war between Austria and Italy. The Austrians had set up positions in the upper parts of the rock face, while the Italians drifted into tunnels below them and finally blew up the Austrian positions. Today a memorial on the pass reminds of the battles.
June 15, 2016
The Passo di Falzarego (2,105m) connects Andráz in the valley of the Cordevole with the famous winter sports resort of Cortina d'Ampezzo in the eastern Dolomites. In addition, there is a connection to the Passo di Valparola. The descent to Cortina is great fun. At 16 kilometers you destroy 900 meters in altitude. Curves, serpentines and high-speed sections alternate cheerfully, and the scenery, if you can keep your eyes off the road, is sensational.
March 1, 2017
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