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From Vesio through the Valle di Bondo to the Passo Nota

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  • Ausblick auf Vesio di Tremosine und den Gardasee
    Ausblick auf Vesio di Tremosine und den Gardasee
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m 1600 1400 1200 1000 800 600 400 18 16 14 12 10 8 6 4 2 km Cimitero di Guerra Rifugio Passo Nota Reiterhof in Vesio
Distance 19.9 km
2:30 h
700 m
700 m
1,355 m
629 m
A beautiful and moderately difficult tour from Vesio through the Valle di Bondo to the Passo Nota and back again via a wonderful tunnel trail full of history along the Corna Cecchia. In the Tremalzo area with beautiful views on a perfect bike track.

Somewhat above Vesio begins the famous Tremalzo gravel road, which leads through the Valle di Bondo to Passo Nota and from there further up in numerous serpentines to Corno della Marogna, and at 1863 m pierces the mountain with the Tremalzo Tunnel. The road, which also bears the name "Via Tremalzo", is now asphalted almost up to Passo Nota. It is interesting to note that until recently this road was not closed to traffic, and it was precisely in the upper part of the road that wild adventures with lowered cars and 10-metre-long camper vans took place. Many of the reckless riders would take wild turns before meekly capitulating and leaving the mountain again in the direction of approach. In earlier years, the area was also mainly the realm of enduro riders, who used the gravel roads as  one of the last places in Central Europe where riding with gravel-splashing rear wheels was still permitted. Quite unpleasant for the mountain bikers, who were enveloped in the dust and stench, also


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Patrik Lischer
September 28, 2020 · Community
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Julius Caesar
September 29, 2019 · Community
Schöne Tour, die ersten ca. 7km geht es auf gut fahrbarer Straße bergauf und anschließend über einen Schotterweg wieder herunter mit ein paar schönen Ausblicken auf das Tal und durch ein paar Tunnels hindurch. Mein Handy hat 18,3km und 1000hm gemessen.
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Ernst Hebbauer
June 26, 2019 · Community
Hat mir gut gefallen, besonders die Abfahrt. Auf jeden Fall so wie beschrieben im Uhrzeigersinn fahren.
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Mittwoch, 26. Juni 2019 16:19:00
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