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Giuseppe Torre

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About Giuseppe Torre

Amante della Natura e dei viaggi. Trekking in Trentino Alto Adige (Dolomiti) e Sudtirol. Abito in Umbria e in precedenza in Toscana. Lover of Nature and travel. Trekking in Trentino Alto Adige and Sudtirol. I live in Umbria and previously in Tuscany.

Distance travelled

344 mi

Time in motion

121:50 h

Recent Activity
  1. Giuseppe Torre went for a hike.

    August 31, 2020

    01:58
    4.52 mi
    2.3 mph
    1,100 ft
    1,825 ft
    1. Giuseppe Torre

      From the lift at Monte Jochtal To Malga Fane via Path 9PARKING and DEPARTURE:
      Car park in Monte Jochtal (Free) and Departure from the lift (Free with Almencard Plus) in Monte Jochtal
      ITINERARY:
      Beautiful route that starts from the lift at Monte Jochtal in Valles. Follow trail 9 first uphill and already after 1km. you can appreciate the beautiful view downstream. You then cross a beautiful path of medium difficulty on large stones with some short stretches of via ferrata but no special equipment is required (possibly only for those suffering from vertigo). After about 4km. you arrive on the crest of the mountain with a beautiful view around. From here you begin to descend on an easy path and after almost an hour (also crossing two small streams) you will arrive at Malga Fane (1,739mt.). For those who have time, it is possible to continue towards the Bressanone Refuge at 2.282mt. covering another hour and a half and then returning to the lift in Monte Jochtal with about 2.5 hours of walking.
      ARRIVAL:
      Malga Fane with the possibility of refreshment

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      • September 9, 2020

    1. Giuseppe Torre

      From Monte Jochtal station (Valles) To Jochtal valley station (Valles)PARKING and DEPARTURE:
      Parking facility at Monte Jochtal (Free) and Start of the route from the facility at Monte Jochtal (Free with Almencard Plus).
      ITINERARY
      Easy downhill route that starts from the lift at Monte Jochtal in Valles. You pass by the Nochalm Refuge and continue downhill along some winter ski slopes. Some sections in the woods and then proceed along path 10 towards Valles passing by the Hotel Hofer.
      ARRIVAL:
      Jochtal Valley Station (Valles)

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      • September 9, 2020

  2. Giuseppe Torre went for a hike.

    August 28, 2020

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      From Monte Jochtal station (Valles) To Jochtal valley station (Valles)PARKING and DEPARTURE:
      Parking facility at Monte Jochtal (Free) and Start of the route from the facility at Monte Jochtal (Free with Almencard Plus).
      ITINERARY:
      Beautiful route that starts from the lift at Monte Jochtal in Valles. You pass by the Ochsenalm refuge and continue along an artificial lake with a beautiful view over the valley. The path then proceeds in an easy path in the rather uncovered wood and you arrive after about 3km. on a very nice vantage point. Continue on a short steep uphill stretch to then cross numerous stretches of blueberry plantations. Always crossing a pleasant path, you proceed downhill towards Valles in an easy path along the river towards the Jochtal valley station.
      ARRIVAL:
      Jochtal Valley Station (Valles)

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      • September 9, 2020

  3. Giuseppe Torre went cycling.

    August 27, 2020

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    1. Giuseppe Torre

      From Dobbiaco (Papin Sport) To Thal (Austria)PARKING and DEPARTURE:
      From Dobbiaco (Papin Sport shop for bike rental)
      ITINERARY
      The route (all by bike) is very easy although at the beginning there are some short uphill sections. If you want to avoid it, it is advisable to start from San Candido, saving around 6km among other things. The only drawback is the waiting to rent the bikes (it took us an hour). Unfortunately we were unable to reach Lienz (recommended final stage) due to a family member's back problem and therefore we finished the ride in Thal by taking the train with the bicycles in tow and getting off at Dobbiaco (starting point). Everything is very convenient as the bike rental points are often located near the railway stations. Keep in mind that it is also possible to leave the bike directly in Lienz (with a supplement of € 6.00 per bike) and return by train to Dobbiaco / San Candido.
      That said, the itinerary is very simple and even if you need to travel at least 40km. they are done easily. At times the route is also very beautiful. After about 15km. from Dobbiaco you cross the border with Austria and after 5km from the border you arrive at the coveted Loacker factory. It still continues at times even on the road that is a bit boring as it is monotonous until after almost 40km. you get to Thal.ARRIVAL:
      Thal Railway Station in Austria

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      • September 9, 2020

  4. Giuseppe Torre planned a bike ride.

    August 27, 2020

    00:55
    8.40 mi
    9.2 mph
    275 ft
    200 ft
  5. Giuseppe Torre went for a hike.

    August 26, 2020

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  6. Giuseppe Torre went for a hike.

    August 24, 2020

    1. Giuseppe Torre

      Simple downhill walk back to the valley from Malga Fane.

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      • September 7, 2020

  7. Giuseppe Torre went for a hike.

    August 22, 2020

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    1. Giuseppe Torre

      DEPARTURE:
      Sofie refuge on the Seceda
      ITINERARY:
      Easy descent from the Sofie Refuge to the parking lot of the Col Raiser lift valley station passing by the Gamsblut and Pramulin huts.
      ARRIVAL:
      Col Raiser Valley Station Parking

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      • September 4, 2020

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