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Asiago Loop - Day 5

Asiago Loop - Day 5

16.8 mi
4.8 mph
2,900 ft
1,100 ft
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Tour Overview

Starting Point
0.50 mi
Cute calves wanted to touch B's bike in the morning!
1.49 mi
Little breakfast spot by the road to dry the tent from the morning moisture, eat something and head out!
4.42 mi
One of the roadsigns we saw today, they're very nice for some reason!
It's much nicer when there's some shade around!
5.64 mi
Full sun and rough gravel time
11.5 mi
Taking a little break on the climb
Looking out for the details
Bike details
Bike details
Little farmer's crib
We got so desperate for a wash that we washed ourselves with molten snow!
Almost at the top!
11.9 mi
11.9 mi
Smooth gravel never lasts long here!
Lovely views on the way up to Bivio Italia
Hangry and tired
Bivio Italia, the nearly highest point of the Asiago Loop. From here one can hike-a-bike the extra section, or head up 90m more to the top.
12.7 mi
Some snow left from winter... in July!
Views from near the highest point of the Asiago Loop
Rough gravel near the highest point of the Asiago Loop
14.3 mi
Super scenic downhill ride from Bivio Italia
15.0 mi
Looking back at the descend from Bivio Italia
15.7 mi
A monument before climbing once more
16.6 mi
16.6 mi
That's the first working fountain we found in the whole trip. No kidding.
Finally, a fountain that works!
The road we came up on. If you look closely, you can see the fountain we found earlier.
What a view from the dinner table!
Found a place to prep dinner!
Cliffside by our campspot
Don't forget to brush your teeth twice a day!
Setting up camp, our trusty MSR Elixir II
Lovely memories
Anticipating dinner
The road heading down for tomorrow
Last sunshine
Dusk setting in
That feeling when you eat garlic rice and tomato frito sauce
Getting romantic at sunset
Sunset views
Excellent camp spot near a very pretty cliff and cave system from WWI
16.8 mi



Tour Profile

Speed Profile

tristanbogaard and Belén Castelló (belletoscan) went gravel riding.

July 6, 2021


  • tristanbogaard

    Day five of the Asiago Loop started smoothly, crossing the Kyrgyzstan-like meadows we'd camped nearby during the night and meeting the cute calves that roam the grass here. Since camping isn't quite tolerated as in other places, we always packed up early during this trip and left no trace so to not be

    July 10, 2021

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