Laghi di Dobbiaco, Landro e Braies
Deni West went gravel riding.
May 30, 2021
Very beautifull !!! Last year I was lucky enough to start from Vadaora and reach Cortina and back.Fantastic and tasty route.
What a beautiful area 🤩
Congratulations Deni, super ride.!
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Those laps too good !!!! 😁
I'll copy and paste the route .. hello
Super location and super legs, congratulations! 😲👏💪🍻🥂
May 31, 2021
Thanks Gastone, actually you are spoiled for choice. The Dobbiaco - Cortina gravel cycle path winds its way through unique natural delights with an almost perfect pavement 👍😀Yes Edith, the Dolomites are a Natural World Heritage Site 👍😀Thanks Claudio, up here an absolute guarantee of satisfaction 😀👋Grasie PR, pense, nuje flums, dome lâgos 😉😀Thanks Baby, laps that fill you inside 😃😃Hi Nunzio, I agree, a trip up here deserves and deservesThanks Roby, in the midst of beauty everything is easier 😃👋
Daniele, a strange thing has been happening for some time I have not received the emails of your rides, so I have to come to your profile and see what you have done. For heaven's sake, far worse things happen in the world but since I receive other people's emails I will report it to "Komoot". This area literally plays at home to match my father-in-law who was transferred to work up here after the war, right in the Pusteria Valley and here he met my mother-in-law, from whom Anna was born in Bolzano. Then from the distant 1984 with Anna we did a ski week in Monguelfo and then we turned it far and wide with cross-country skis. We also did the Dobbiaco-Cortina on skis. Then for many years we went to a farm just across the border in winter for ski touring, Kalkstein, at the bottom of the Innervillgraten valley. With my daughter Irene, we have many times the ascent to the Tre Cime di Lavaredo (Anna by now had "hung her ski mountaineering skis on her knees"), among other things there is a nice photo of you going up to the Carbonin pass after Lake Landro). But we went up from the Fiscalina valley, under the Croda Rossa. Then I don't know how many times we toured it by bike, the old route of the Dobbiaco - Cortina railway (which you took up to the pass) is a cycle path that then it continues to Calazo di Cadore. Or from Cortina you can go down to Auronzo di Cadore and from there to Santo Stefano di Cadore, perhaps the area most affected by the Vaia storm. Think it was there the previous August and I have all the photos with the contract between what he was and what he did .... Good stay Guido
June 1, 2021
Hi Guido, so the area was crucial for your family. I felt that there was something in the air that called your presence 😉The signs of Vaia are still present, it will take time for nature to erase the devastation but, we have overcome the criticality by breathing deeply the beauty of the places 😀👋
June 2, 2021
June 4, 2021