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Colico-Mt. Legnone -Mt. Columbera - Rifugio Scoggione

35.3 mi
3.5 mph
8,725 ft
8,600 ft
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Tour Overview

Starting Point
1.89 mi
9.87 mi
13.3 mi
17.7 mi
19.1 mi
19.9 mi
21.9 mi
22.4 mi
23.0 mi
24.7 mi
25.6 mi
26.4 mi
28.1 mi
29.0 mi
29.7 mi
30.5 mi
31.6 mi
32.0 mi
32.1 mi
33.3 mi
35.3 mi

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July 10, 2020

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  • skyhopper.mtb

    My favorite enduro tour with Hike to the summit on Lake Como. From Lake Como on ancient military routes to almost Mt. Legnone at an altitude of 2400m. To the summit on foot (slightly alpine) at 2610m. Departure to Refugio Scoggione (1800m) on military trail with a further climb of approx. 200hm to Mt Columbaro. Then back on a difficult hiking trail to Colico. Alternatively via Rifugio Legnone to Dubino. There comes a road after 500m.Technically very demanding. I drove the tour without electricity, with electricity much more pleasant! The paths are weathered from 1800m, that means you have to push places again and again. Down like that. The Scoggione descent is marked on an extreme path S4. I still enjoyed it. It's not often.

    Battery consumption 1300Wh (4th of 5 levels, always a lot of electricity)

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    • July 10, 2020

  • gleiti1

    Grand Tour, BRAVO 👏

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    • July 10, 2020

  • Markus Wilhelm

    Had believed that this can only be done with rope, maybe worth an idea ;-)

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    • July 12, 2020

  • skyhopper.mtb

    the military route is relatively harmless. To the summit I am 200m on foot without a bike. I would have brought it up safely, but it does not work. For Rifugio Roccoli Lorla, I could imagine that a short piece of rope safety is needed. Except for 2 alpine spots, safe (with sliding pieces) for extreme bikers. Then up the route where I came up (unless you like to wear 800m).

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    • July 12, 2020