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Obereggen - Passo Lavazè - Passo di Oclini

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  • On the Lavazè-Joch.
    On the Lavazè-Joch.
    Photo: Hannes Riegler
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moderate
Distance 36.4 km
4:43 h
1,169 m
1,171 m
Dominated by the nearby Latemar.
The Monte Regolo plateau lies at an elevation of 1350 m. The panoramic view is heavily dominated by the nearby Latemar and Catinaccio Groups, but even so this plateau falls into the Monti Val di Fiemme district (Val di Fiemme Mountains).

The Passo di oclini is definitely the best place to enjoy the stunning views of the entire area. Right in front tower the Latemar, catinaccio and the Sciliar. In this incredible display of natural beauty the only thing that could change the mood is bad weather. Also, this itinerary offers everything a mountain biker could ask for: trails, shaded forests, lush alpine pastures and typical mountain huts serving amazing food and offering peace and tranquillity. As far as the riding goes this itinerary offers a wide spectrum of challenges. the length and the vertical metres require a pretty strong fitness level. It is recommended that this itinerary be ridden clockwise. Itinerary description Setting off from the obereggen lift valley station ➊ 1550 m, ride on tarmac track (sleigh course in winter) and reach the Malga epircher-Laner ➋ 1830 m; at the barrier turn right toward Baita Absam (hut) and from here keep pedaling to the SS 620 ➌ 1570 m. climb to the left along the Passo Lavazè

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