35 - Over the Cinque Torri to the Three Peaks
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Herrliche Radtour zu den Drei Zinnen in den Sextner Dolomiten.Photo: Athesia Verlagsanstalt
Lake Misurina and the Three Peaks really do have a great attraction due to their exposure. Especially if you start from the Val Badia and then have such wonderful passes as the Valparola and Falzarego passes in front of you.
From Wengen, descend into the Val Badia and turn left towards Cortina d’Ampezzo. In Pedratsches ➊ turn left and right on ➋ small road über Lüch Cianins. Loop onto road ➌ to Cortina, left uphill to ➍ Valparola- and further to Falzarego Pass. At pass entry ➎ left towards Cortina. Long descent with views of the (former) Cinque Torri. After the first houses above Cortina, turn right ➏ into a very steep small road downhill to the main road. There turn right ➐, shortly after ➑ turn left ücke over river bridge, direction Misurina. At the next junction ➒ turn left and right, following the signs for SS51. At junction ➓ turn right towards Misurina on SS48. After leaving the town, climb at 12% to Passo Tre Croci. Then at the junction ⓫ turn left uphill towards Lago di Misurina. Past the lake, optionally ⓬ right to the Auronzohütte. Always downhill in the direction of Österreich, at junction ⓭ right signposted Pustertal. From here the cycle path is possible. Turn left at the entrance to Dobbiaco
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