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Lightweight Italy - April 2018

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Lightweight Italy - April 2018

Hey guys,
my name is Daniel, 36yo, love meeting & riding with warmshowerers around the globe!

How:
Light! Just 5-6kg added onto my racing bike - see profile pic - because climbing is what I enjoy the most. 

When & where:
3-4 weeks starting in Naples on Friday, April 6. The rest is tbd. One idea would be Amalfi coast - Caserta - Parco Regionale del Matese - Parco Nazionale D'Abruzzo Lazio e Molise - Ente Parco Naturale Regionale Sirente Velino - Parco Nazionale del Gran Sasso e Monti della Laga - Parco Nazionale dei Monti Sibillini - EITHER Parco del Monte Cucco OR Parco Naturale Regionale Gola della Rossa e di Frasassi - Monte Carpegna - San Marino - Parco Nazionale Foreste Casentinesi - Passo della Futa - Bologna - Modena - Lake Garda - San Valentino - Monte Bondone - Passo Manghen - Canazei - Passo Sella - maybe Passo Gardena to Corvara & Passo delle Erbe (Würzjoch) if open already - Brenner - Innsbruck - Munich - ???

Would you like to join for the whole trip? Or even just for a day if you live near that route? Just email me: kazaniecki.daniel@gmail.com (Spanish/German/Polish, Dutch when drunk.)

PS - similar tours in the past: 2015 NL-CR2017 HU-NL 

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Sounds like a great trip. You

Sounds like a great trip. You'll love the Dolomites. After that, you'll be close to Grossglockner (Austrian High Road) which is also truly spectacular. Touch and go whether it will be open by then though! https://www.grossglockner.at/gg/en/pricesandopeninghours Good luck!

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Bella Italia

Wow dude! Sounds good and great youtube videos :-) I will be training in the Krkonose hills/mountains in April because I have my own Giro d'Italia but anyway good luck and let me know if you ever want to ride the Czech hills and mountains ;-) (what is it with our Dutch cyclists loving the hills and mountains so much? :-D

 

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Thanks, guys!

Thanks, guys!

Actually I've checked already, and Grossglockner only opens in early May, so to be on the safe side I'll probably cross the Alps through the lowest pass of them all: Brenner.

And I'd love to explore Czechia one day! We call those mountains Karkonosze on the Polish side, and they are quite renowned for their beauty indeed!

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6 weeks left now! Any fellow

6 weeks left now! Any fellow lunatics out there?

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2 weeks now! You can follow

2 weeks now! You can follow me at daniditalia.wordpress.com

PS for the Italians out there, in case you want to join or just offer some advice: please let me know which route to choose or which other nice place to see underway!

Friday, April 6: Sorrento - Costa Amalfitana till Ravello - Válico di Chiunzi - Corbara

A7: Sarno - Bracigliano - Monteforte Irpino - Montevergine - Montesarchio

A8: Monte Taburno - Telese Terme - Cusano Mutri - Sella del Perone - PR Matese

A9: Venafro - maybe Forcella di Viticuso - Montecassino

A10: Opi - Scanno - Villalago - Anversa degli Abruzzi - Bugnara - Sulmona

A11: Pacentro - Caramanico Terme - P. San Leonardo - Blockhaus - Tocco di Casauria

A12: Santo Stefano di Sessanio - Campo Imperatore - Assergi

A13: Passo delle Campanelle - Amatrice - Forca di Presta - Castelluccio

A14: Visso and then... a big question mark! Coffee in Assisi and a night in Gubbio, or visit Frasassi Caves instead? And if it's the latter, should I take the main road through Camerino, or are Monti Pennino, Nero, and Maggio worth the detour? Help!

A15: Monte Nerone - Urbania - Urbino

A16: Montefabbri - Montegridolfo - San Marino

A17: Verucchio - San Leo - Passo delle Siepi - Montevecchio - Fratta Terme

A18: Rocca - Baccanello aka Mirabello - Montemaggiore - Trebbio - Monte Casale - Brisighella - Monticino - Mont'Albano - P. Prugno - Castel del Rio

A19: San Benedetto - parts of GF Dieci Colli - Bologna

A20: Valsamoggia - Modena, rest & sightseeing!

A21: Reggio Emilia - Gualtieri - Mantova

A22: Monte Baldo - Rovereto (or should I stay lakeside and visit Malcesine?)

A23: Trento - Cembra - Capriana - Cavalese

A24: Passo di Lavazé - Passo di Costalunga - Canazei

A25: Sella Ronda clockwise

A26: Passo di Fedaia - Serrai di Sottoguda - Passo di Giau - Passo Tre Croci - Toblach

A27: Passo Furcia - Passo delle Erbe - Brixen

A28: Brennero - Innsbruck

A29 and/or 30: Büchnerhöhe - Munich