Monthly Archives: September 2022

Passes in the Dolomites: Staulanza, Fedaia, Sella

Wow, the Dolomites are beautiful. Ok, I guess that shouldn’t be such a surprise. Visiting the Dolomites has been on my list for years, but still I was stunned. Our first pass was Staulanza. From the Piave River down at … Continue reading

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Bicycle touring from the Julian Alps to the Friuli Plain

The Russians built the road over Vrşiç Pass during WWI after the Italians invaded the Austrian Empire. The aim was to supply the Isonzo Front. There’s still a well kept Russian chapel about half way up the north of the … Continue reading

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15 days in Gozd Martuljek: hiking, biking, via ferrata, and other excitement

Ferda and I had heard there was a lot to do in the Kranjska Gora area. When we finished our via ferrata in Mojstrana, we looked for a place to stay there for a few days. Everything seemed full. On … Continue reading

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