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Tricarico-Garaguso-Monte Croccia-Basentana-Pietrapertosa-Accettura-San Mauro forte

Tricarico-Garaguso-Monte Croccia-Basentana-Pietrapertosa-Accettura-San Mauro forte

03:31
52.7 mi
15.0 mph
8,925 ft
19,350 ft

Tour Overview

8.28 mi
13.8 mi
17.9 mi
18.8 mi
19.6 mi
21.3 mi
21.4 mi
23.3 mi
23.5 mi
23.5 mi
30.0 mi
33.2 mi
33.2 mi
33.3 mi
33.3 mi
33.4 mi
34.0 mi
37.0 mi
37.3 mi
40.4 mi
41.7 mi
44.4 mi
44.5 mi
47.4 mi
52.7 mi
52.8 mi
52.8 mi
52.7 mi

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Cristian went cycling.

August 1, 2021

Comments

  • Cristian

    90Km tour. done in 3:31 minutes at an average of 25.6 km / h for a total of 2,820 meters in altitude.
    Climbed Monte Croccia, an ascent that taken from the village of Oliveto Lucano measures 8km at an average gradient of 8.75% with peaks of 10-13% and a maximum of 18%.
    Total climb of the climb from the devil's bridge to monte crccia of 9.5 km with 990 meters of altitude difference and an average gradient of 9% done in 52 minutes at an average of 11km / h

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    • August 2, 2021

  • Bäda

    Great tour!

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    • August 2, 2021

  • Cristian

    Thank you so much Bada !!! A hug!

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    • August 3, 2021

  • Vito Giordi

    I ask you a strange question ..... 😂 Farms on the path with classic dogs, often shepherds, free? 😄

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    • August 9, 2021

  • Cristian

    Hi Vito, nice to meet you, well it's not a strange question, cmq do not worry, I have not found any dog. Of course, being located in the mountains of farms there are some and you must always pay attention, prudence and a careful eye. another attention you have to do especially in the woods is the possible presence of wild boars that anyway I have never found. So having said that good ride in our woods !!

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    • August 10, 2021

  • Vito Giordi

    Thank you. 😄 For me dogs and farms are a constant stress. I hardly enjoy the ride because I feel more vulnerable alone. We've been missing me for a long time. I had left the bike for years and one of the reasons why I didn't go out here anymore are the dogs as well as the hernias and the isthmic lysis 😂 I'm not very trained so I think I will explore in ebike and I will do some training without assistance only between taking off Power and sifting .
    Especially if I come from there, your tour is long but beautiful. Yesterday I was between Potenza Pietragalla and Vaglio and honestly there are no great landscapes also because although I was born here I don't know where to go.

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    • August 10, 2021

  • Cristian

    I'm sorry for your physical problems, but strength and courage. In our parts the landscapes are wonderful, you get lost in nature and you also find beautiful climbs.

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    • August 10, 2021

  • Cristian

    The complex, a destination every year for visitors who at the winter solstice witness the appearance of the sun in a concavity of the stone at noon and in the cleft between the rocks at sunset, is located over a thousand meters high in the boundaries of the splendid Natural Park of Gallipoli Cognato-Piccole Dolomiti Lucane (27,027 hectares rich in biodiversity between the municipalities of Accettura, Calciano and Oliveto Lucano in the province of Matera, and Castelmezzano and Pietrapertosa in the province of Potenza). This park in turn includes the Anthropological Nature Reserve of Monte Croccia, a protected space created to protect the local archaeological area: Petre de la Mola falls within an area of about 60,000 square meters which is frequented from the Neolithic to the 4th century BC. It also includes a fortified Lucanian settlement (4th century BC), only partially excavated, surrounded by walls in square blocks near which some graves containing vases, decorated ceramic furnishings, weapons, warrior ornaments and female jewelery have been brought to light. The first excavations of this settlement, carried out by Michele Lacava, date back to the late nineteenth century.

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    • August 31, 2021

  • Michael

    EVERYTHING ONLY FAKE.EMBARISHING🤭🤭🤭

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    • September 11, 2021

  • Cristian

    🤣🤣 michael you're just a moron !!! If you say that this is also a fake you are really ignorant! Luckily Bada who commented really did this route to Italy from Germany and saw it !! 😃 You are really ignorant !!! Shame on you, never allow yourself to say falsehoods again, I'm moron, it's not my fault if you can't get these results!

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    • September 12, 2021

  • ze pedro baptista

    Dear Cristian,why do you put tips in highlights that are not at all related to the subject? You did that already in 2 highlights in the Netherlands. Why do you feel the need to supply false and unrelated information? If we all do this Komoot's highlights will become useless.Why did you start putting irrelevant information in higlights in the Netherlands? you have already done this in at least two places. Why do you need to do this? If everyone does the same we will end up with a useless site.Here are the highlights:komoot.com/highlight/3777878komoot.com/highlight/2729871komoot.com/highlight/3791346Thank you if you delete them.

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    • September 28, 2021

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