• marianna.rossi698
    16/08/2019 at 23:36

    Beautiful trip for the panoramas, the route aided in itself, with ups and downs, bridges, stairways and tunnels, and of notable historical interest.

    From Sass de Costabela, after having taken the variant that leads to a photographic museum set up in one of the many tunnels and huts dug into the rock (highly recommended), just before descending to Forcella Ciadin, we returned back along an easy path, and we took the path 637B along a non-trivial but fun scree towards Val San Nicolò.

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  • Federico Bertacchini
    16/08/2019 at 21:14

    Beautiful and historic

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  • dario.graziano
    08/08/2019 at 07:33

    The trenches of the First World War are really beautiful and interesting. Traveled with 2 boys aged 11 and driving

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  • Filippo Rosi
    09/03/2019 at 16:30

    All done except for the climb to Cima Uomo for time limits. I'll be back for that ride taking it apart. The route is beautiful, not difficult even if good weather is needed to avoid slippery stretches in non-aided areas.

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