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Summit view Sas de la Undesc: Marmolada Group with Pala di Vernel (2896m), Punta Cornates (3029m), Gran Vernel (3210m), Piccolo Vernel (3098m), Marmolada di Penia (3343m). To the right front Cime Ombretta (3011m) and Sasso Vernale (3058m). July 13th 2005

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nikolai79Lovely

nikolai79

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I like these strong mountains... It reminds my Picos de Europa, the biggest mountains I´ve seen and walked across.



I´m fan of Giro de Italia. Is the famous pass "La Marmolada, Passo Fedaia" there?
Posted Aug 9, 2005 9:09 pm

Gangolf HaubFedaia Pass

Gangolf Haub

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Well there are quite some passes on this picture but Fedaia is not among them. It is on the far side of Marmolada and Gran Vernel. Here you are looking at the heart of the Marmolda Group where you won't find any road.



Fedaia would be here:



Posted Aug 10, 2005 2:49 am

nikolai79Re: Fedaia Pass

nikolai79

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The famous Passo fedaia, know as well as La Marmolada, has 2057 m. and one face starts from Caprile.



It´s one of the most famous mountain passes in Giro d´Italia as Stelvio, Passo Pordoi, Fedaia, Gavia, Agnello, Mont Cenis. Passo di Gardena, Fauniera, Stelvio and many others...

It´s a completely different world, but they are not easy to "climb" with your bike.



Thanks for your reply :-)
Posted Aug 10, 2005 2:13 pm

Gangolf HaubRe: Fedaia Pass

Gangolf Haub

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Well, Passo Pordoi is quite close by - just on the opposite side of the Padon Ridge. About 30 turns and on each day in the summer you can see groups of bikers going up there. I wouldn't mind trying but in addition to the bikers you have the usual traffic - cars, busses, mobile homes. I wouldn't like going up in a cloud of Diesel exhaust.



As for the location of the passes have a look at the Marmolada Group page. There is a little map of the Padon Chain. Fedaia Pass is at the lake, Pordoi Pass is just outside the map to the top left.
Posted Aug 10, 2005 3:33 pm

nikolai79Re: Fedaia Pass

nikolai79

Voted 10/10

Thanks a lot.



You should try climbing the passes ;-)



By the way Marmolada Group page it´s simply fascinating! I only knew Dolomites from Giro de Italia... and know I´d really like to visit them.



Continue making so detailed, well done pages!



Regards from Spain.
Posted Aug 10, 2005 7:08 pm

Dow Williamscool trip report...

Dow Williams

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Posted Aug 23, 2005 6:51 pm

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