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Today was a light day by Dolomite standards. The weather was threatening rain all day, so I decided to stay closer to home by riding out the door and over Passo Campolongo to Corvara, and up the Passo Gardena. The other side of the Gardena was totally…

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Riding the Fedaia from Arabba via Caprile The Fedaia is considered one of the hardest climbs in the Dolomites, as well as unique. It features a box-canyon portion and summit lake. The overall views are not as good as some other climbs around here, but the…

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Riding the Giau from the Caprile side The Giau may be the third hardest climb I’ve ever done in Europe. (I may change this assessment if I tackle the Zoncolon or Mortirolo.) The thing just never lets up! It didn’t help that I rode the Fedaia first. Here…

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The Tre Cime di Lavaredo is Italian for “the three peaks of Lavaredo.” From Wikipedia: Until 1919 the peaks formed part of the border between Italy and Austria. The Cima Grande has an elevation of 2,999 metres (9,839 ft). The climb begins in Cortina…
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