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Passo di Tremalzo and Riva

Posted: September 11, 2012 in Alpencross, Tour


Down from Lago di Bissin in the cold of the morning to Storo (409m) climbing back up to Passo di Tremalzo (1665m)


Scott shoes are not made for that


Down to Riva del Garda (65m)

Passo Gavia to Lago di Bassin

Posted: September 10, 2012 in Alpencross, Tour


All the wonderful meters from 2618m down via Edolo at 638m to Cedegolo at 413m


and up again from Cedegolo to Valle at about 1153m and from there carrying the bike across Passo Campo (2288m)

down to Lago di Bissin in the dark

From Livinion to Passo Gavia

Posted: September 9, 2012 in Alpencross, Tour


Der erste Pass nach Livignon, auf dem Weg nach Bormio


entlang dem Lago di Cancano


I sleep 100m below the Gavia pass (2618m), in Rifugio Berni, where they have the best local food yet.

Rifugio Berni on the map

From Davos to Livignon

Posted: September 8, 2012 in Alpencross, Tour


From Dürrboden to the Scaletta pass (2606m)


down again through Susauna valley

to S-chanf and up again to the Chaschauna pass (2694m) and down to Livigno, which feels like a touristik trap after hours all alone.
Livigno on the map

Gargellen to Davos /Dürrboden

Posted: September 7, 2012 in Alpencross, Tour


up to Schlappiner Joch (2202m), on the border Austria to Switzerland and further on to Schlappin


via Klosters and Davos to Dürrboden where I staid for the night.
Dürrboden on the map

From Warth to Gargellen

Posted: September 6, 2012 in Alpencross, Tour

Endlich mal die im Winter immer gesperrte Strecke Warth-Lech selbst erfahren.


Kurzparkzone mit Parkscheinautomat zwischen Lech und Zug.


Highway to Dalaas
From Dalaas up to Kristberg, down to Schruns and up again to Gargellen for the night.
Gargellen on the map

Bregenz to Warth

Posted: September 5, 2012 in Alpencross, Tour

Getting off the train in Bregenz I was able to buy spare brake pads for a 2006 Magura LuiseFR- quite a speciality I somehow forgot at home.


Cemetry wall on the road to Obersberg

Obersberg is too crowded- I continued to Warth across  Schrofenpass, where you carry your bike up ladders and paths secured with steel ropes