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About Anna_Orsatti

Official Collection Editor for komoot ~ You'll mostly find collections for hiking, running paths and road cycling routes on my profile
~ Norther Italy Expert
~ Get in touch if you'd like to join me on an adventure, want to try out a route or for any recommendation!
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Distance travelled

382 mi

Time in motion

46:02 h

Personal Collections
Recent Activity
  1. Anna_Orsatti went cycling.

    May 5, 2023

    Mantova - Borghetto return

    38.9 mi
    14.1 mph
    375 ft
    375 ft
    Dino, Maxibus, and 72 others like this.
    1. Francesco Simeoni

      Thanks for the precious information... so will the Mantua peschiera cycle path be closed in those days or just a stretch?

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      May 5, 2023
  2. Anna_Orsatti went cycling.

    April 20, 2023

    22.6 mi
    10.6 mph
    1,225 ft
    1,200 ft
    Mike130165, Claudio, and 62 others like this.
  3. Anna_Orsatti planned a road ride.

    April 1, 2023

    28.8 mi
    15.3 mph
    500 ft
    1,975 ft
    1. Nice and easy ride on Lake Como towards Valtellina.

      April 1, 2023
  4. Anna_Orsatti planned a bike ride.

    January 25, 2023

    282 mi
    10.4 mph
    8,375 ft
    8,400 ft
    Massimo Sebastio, guido gazzaniga, and 8 others like this.
    1. This is the complete itinerary of the Collection on the bike trip in Puglia, from Bari to Gallipoli, which I will tell you in detail here: komoot.it/collection/1926162/nel-blu-dipinto-di-blu -a-journey-to-discover-puglia

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      January 25, 2023
  5. Anna_Orsatti planned a bike ride.

    January 17, 2023

    1. Mainly on asphalt and on roads with little traffic, the kilometers that connect Gagliano del Capo to Gallipoli are a perfect combination of culture, history and breathtaking views. The track of this stage develops for the first half in the Salento hinterland and, the second half, along the Ionian coast

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      January 25, 2023
  6. Anna_Orsatti planned a bike ride.

    January 17, 2023

    Antonio Sarcone, Enzo Piazza, and 2 others like this.
    1. The kilometers that connect Otranto and Gagliano del Capo are demanding, with more than 800 meters in altitude. The climbs are scattered throughout the route and reach 9% gradient. As far as traffic is concerned, the general discourse of the seasonal trend is valid. During the high season months (June

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      January 23, 2023
  7. Anna_Orsatti planned a bike ride.

    January 17, 2023

    36.2 mi
    11.0 mph
    500 ft
    575 ft
    1. This stage offers you a variant of the Adriatic cycle path to immerse yourself in the culture and history of the area. Two castles and typical Salento structures will surprise you along the route which is mostly flat and on the road. A single piece of dirt road takes you to the Torre Specchia Ruggeri

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      January 20, 2023
  8. Anna_Orsatti planned a bike ride.

    January 17, 2023

    1. From one province to another, this stage develops entirely on flat ground and mainly along the Adriatic coast. The route is 90% on the road, but the route in the Cerano wood is entirely on compact dirt road. The landscape that surrounds you is typical of the Apulian hinterland dedicated to the cultivation

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      January 19, 2023
  9. Anna_Orsatti planned a bike ride.

    January 17, 2023

    1. From Ostuni to Brindisi this stage develops both along the coast and inland, passing through the towns of Carovigno and San Vito dei Normanni. The track mainly follows paved roads but the cycle path that connects Gorgognolo to Costa Merlata is characterized by a rather compact and smooth dirt road. I

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      January 19, 2023
  10. Anna_Orsatti planned a bike ride.

    January 17, 2023

    vincenzo reibaldi and Werner like this.
    1. This stage develops mostly on secondary roads and crosses the most iconic Apulian towns. It is a demanding track that has slopes of up to 10%, but offers absolutely unmissable panoramic views if you are in this area of the Region.


      Start by warming your legs along a secondary road surrounded by olive trees

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      January 18, 2023
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