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Marcel 🚵‍♂️🤘🏻

Auf nach Curon...🙌🏻+Panzersperre

Auf nach Curon...🙌🏻+Panzersperre

01:45
13.7 mi
7.8 mph
1,950 ft
1,950 ft

Tour Overview

Starting Point
0.59 mi
1.97 mi
3.77 mi
3.88 mi
3.93 mi
4.54 mi
4.86 mi
5.05 mi
5.09 mi
8.77 mi
10.3 mi
10.7 mi
10.7 mi
11.0 mi
11.4 mi
12.7 mi
13.0 mi
13.1 mi
13.5 mi
13.7 mi
Destination

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Marcel 🚵‍♂️🤘🏻 and Lena went for a bike ride.

June 4, 2021

Comments

  • Marcel 🚵‍♂️🤘🏻

    An exploration of the lake including the discovery of the old bunker systems was on the plan today .. in the best weather we went past the lake to the great view of Plamort.
    The lake is seldom so empty and reveals the ruins of Alt-Graun ...

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    • June 7, 2021

  • Marina 😇😉

    It looks very interesting if you imagine what happened there during the war years, you only appreciate your own life.

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    • June 8, 2021

  • Marcel 🚵‍♂️🤘🏻

    Thank you Marina, a bit depressing when you think about it..🙈
    But great to drive

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    • June 8, 2021

  • Marcel 🚵‍♂️🤘🏻

    @Dieter, I fully agree with you. You can tell that it always seems to be omnipresent

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    • June 8, 2021

  • Jens

    Great area, nice pictures! 👍 Definitely awesome trails🤩👍

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    • June 8, 2021

  • Marcel 🚵‍♂️🤘🏻

    Thanks Jens,
    The trails are awesome 🤙🏻🤙🏻🤤😁

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    • June 8, 2021

  • Yvonn❤

    Wow, a great tour😍Exciting with the bunker system👍I wish you a great vacation🌞😁🖐

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    • June 9, 2021

  • Marcel 🚵‍♂️🤘🏻

    Very exciting, thank you Yvonn 😃☺️

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    • June 10, 2021

  • zepedro.baptista

    It is a beautiful area. The tank barriers are called Dragon's Teeth (2nd world war) . War is depressing and the presence of bunkers and the dragon's teeth sobering. But the wars, specially the first world war, is what created most if not all of trails in the Dolomiti. They were carved to allow the donkeys and people to carry provisions to the soldiers in the mountains where the Italian and Austrian battle fronts were. Many times, hiking, you can still find barbed wire, spent bullets and even other military equipment that you are not to collect - they are considered historical monuments

    • July 16, 2021

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