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Gioghi di Funes tour

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moderate
Distance 27.1 km
3:50 h
950 m
952 m
1,735 m
1,133 m
This quiet tour in the Val di Funes is no exception.
“It looks easy enough to me!”, one might say after reviewing the data sheet. True, but not entirely. Mountain bike trails in the Dolomites always require an adequate amount of physical fitness and preparation.

➊ 1140 m, setting off from S. Pietro town centre, pass outside the Albergo Kabis and follow the Via crucis (waymark n. 30) toward S. Giacomo ➋ 1290 m, then, on a moderate gradient, continue to the Moarhof (food available) ➌ 1320 m (open). From here carry on to the “Jochkreuz“ cross ➍ 1370 m; from the barrier stay on the forest road (Valle di eores side), heading eastbound, and on to a big timber yard ➎ 1490 m. there is then a short hike-a-bike section to reach Langwiese ➏ 1380 m. Return to the Val di Funes side from here, descending on steep gradient to the Masi tschaufis ➐ 1340 m. After this there is a short 100m descent on paved road; shortly afterward, turn left on the “Sunnseitenweg“ path toward S.Pietro, ride past the Runggatsch farmhouses to the Vikoler chapel ➑ 1380 m. continue for about 1 km on the road that leads to Passo delle erbe and eventually turn left up to the Maso Riefer ➒ 1480 m. turn left here onto route n. 5a, in the direction of S.Gior- gio and change to the shaded

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Antonio Vecchiarelli
August 27, 2015 · Community
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