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Europe (all)

This page lists all reports that for Europe including those that involve other countries too.
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All descriptions are in English, unless otherwise noted.

Trails (continued)

Camino de Santiago Catalán-Camino del Ebro.
by Zinaztli, tour started March 2012, submitted 25 October 2012
Europe: Spain
language: es

Recorrido en bicicleta de montaña con alforjas siguiendo el Camino de Santiago en Cataluña. Parte desde el Monasterio de Sant Pere de Rodes hasta Pina de Ebro, donde se une al Camino de Santiago del Ebro, por donde continúa hasta finalizar en Logroño, donde se enlaza con el Camino Francés. Incluye tambien el enlace desde Montserrat con Barcelona, bajando por Martorell y volviendo por San Cugat.

See all 13 reports by Zinaztli

A mountainbike tour to the Reisalpe (Lower Austria)
by Iris Mueck, tour started October 2012, submitted 3 October 2012
Europe: Austria

The Reisalpe is rather high located (nearly 1.400 meters), and with a bicycle not easy to reach. We circled around to find a way up, which takes a while and made our day distance rather long: 55 kilometers. Some parts so steep, that we have pushed the bike upwards. I never have been riding so long distances on my most easy sprocket ring. Downhill has been another difficulty, as because of the steep decent, braking the bicycle made the rear wheel drifting... We have started at Wiesenfeld (near the city of Traisen) using the 'wrong' way up via Schindeltal, passed the Ebenwald summit, and later found the way up. We went down to Furthof and returned on the Traisen bike path back to Wiesenfeld. Our tour started 'wet' but ended in typical fall sun conditions. An evening break and rest at the restaurant of 'Mostheurigen Karner', located at the Hafnerberg road, near the little town of Noestlach rounded our tour. Enjoy the report and pictures. Good luck to our followers.

See all 110 reports by Iris Mueck

Never give up - even when it's time
Transpirenaica en BTT (Llança-Hondarribia)
by Zinaztli, tour started June 2012, submitted 1 October 2012
Europe: Spain
language: es

Recorrido en bicicleta de montaña con alforjas que cruza los Pirineos de esta a oeste, por su vertiente sur, desde el Mediterráneo (Llança como punto de partida) hasta al Atlántico (y Hondarribia como punto final). Toma como referencia la guía "La travesía de los Pirineos en BTT", de Jordi Laparra y editada por Prames, siguiendo su itinerario principal excepto para tomar la variante de Ordesa-Sierra de Cutas.

See all 13 reports by Zinaztli

Valle de Vió. Los Sestrales.
Travesía de los Alpes Occidentales en BTT (Geneve-Ventimiglia
by Zinaztli, tour started August 2011, submitted 25 September 2011
language: es

Itinerario en bicicleta de montaña con alforjas que sigue la travesía de los Alpes Occidentales, principalmente por su vertiente francesa, aunque los últimos kilómetros son por la vertiente italiana. Toma como punto de partida Ginebra, a orillas del Lago Leman, para terminar en Ventimiglia, en la frontera entre Francia e Italia, a orillas del Mediterráneo. La ruta sigue el itinerario descrito en la guía ''La traversé des Alpes à VTT, du Léman'' la Méditerranée'' de Patrick Bernard, editado por Didier Richard.

Recorremos en Francia: Savoie-Mont Blanc (Genevois, Chablais, Portes du Soleil, Grand Massif, Pays du Mont Blanc, Beaufortain, Tarentaise y Maurienne), Hautes Alpes (Briançonais, Pays du Guillestrois y Queyras) y Alpes-Haute Provence (Ubaye). Y en Italia: Piemonte-Cuneo (Valle Maira, Valle Stura, Valle Gesso, Valle Vermenagna y Valle Tanaro) e Imperia (Alpi Marittime y Liguria).

Ruta eminentemente montañera que coincide en muchos momentos con los tres grandes itinerarios transalpinos (Grande Traverse des Alps GTA-GR 5, Via Alpina y Route des Grandes Alpes) y con otros senderos de largo recorrido (GRP Littoral du Leman, Tour des Portes du Soleil, Tour des Fiz, GRP Tour du Pays du Mont Blanc, GRP Tour du Beaufortain, GRP Tour de Haute-Tarentaise, GR 57 Tour du Mont Thabor, GR 58 Tour du Queyras, GR 541, GR 56, GR 6, GRP Tour du Chambeyron, Percorsi Occitani, Via de la Sale y Alta Via Monti Ligure).

Se visitan algunos grandes macizos montañosos (Mont Blanc, Vanoise, Ecrins y Queyras) junto con otras zonas menos conocidas (Chablais, Giffre, Montagne d'Anterne, Beaufortain, Tarentaise, Iseran, Maurienne, Thabor, Grand-Briaçonais, Vallée de la Cerveyrette, Durance, Parpaillon, Ubaye, Viraysee, Mary, Haut-Piemont, Valle Maira, Valle Stura, Haute Roya y Liguria).

See all 13 reports by Zinaztli

Camino de Santiago desde Roma (Francigena-Domitia-Tolosana-Camino Francés)
by Zinaztli, submitted 29 January 2011
Europe: Italy, France, Spain
language: es

Camino de Santiago realizado en bicicleta de montañiendo de Roma (12 de junio) hasta Santiago (31 de julio). He seguido los siguientes itinerarios:

  • La Vía Francigena, en Italia, desde Roma hasta Montgenevro. Itinerario señaternita di San Jacopo. El itinerario pasa por las regiones: Lazio, Toscana, Emilia-Romagna, Liguria y Piemonte.
  • La antigua Vía Domitia, en la actualidad Sendero de Gran Recorrido GR 653D, que comienza en el Puerto de Montgenevro para conectar en Arles con la Vía Tolosana-Chemin de Arles. Itinerario señation Française de la Randonnee Pedestre FFRP. El itinerario transcurre por la Provence-Cote d´Azur (Hautes Alpes, Alpes de Haute Provence, Vaucluse y Bouche du Rhone).
  • El Camino Francés del Mediterraneo o Vía Tolosana, en la actualidad Sendero de Gran Recorrido GR 653D. Comienza en Arles, pasa por Montpellier y Toulouse (de la que recibe su nombre), para cruzar los Pirineos y entrar en Españomport. Después de recorrer el Camino Aragonés, conecta con el Camino Frances en Puente la Reina. Itinerario señation Fçnçaise de la Randonnee Pedestre FFRP. El itinerario transcurre en Francia el Languedoc-Rousillon y Midi-Pyrenees, en Españrra.
  • El Camino Francés en Españe la Reina. Realizado en bicicleta de montañ20 al 29 de Julio dentro del viaje de Roma a Santiago. El itinerario transcurre por Navarra, La Rioja, Castilla y León y Galicia. Desde Santiago continua hasta Muxía pasando por Fisterra (30 y 31 de Julio) finalizando a orillas del Atlántico en la Costa da Morte.

See all 13 reports by Zinaztli

Transandalus. Vuelta a Andalucia en BTT
by Zinaztli, tour started March 2009, submitted 16 December 2009
Europe: Spain
language: es

Recorrido cicloturista en BTT con alforjas que da la vuelta a Andalucía recorriendo muchos de los espacios naturales protegidos de la comunidad por caminos tradicionales.

Es difícil resumir en pocas palabras 2.500 kilometros, 8 provincias y 36 días de pedaleo. Multitud de paisajes. Montañas y playas, bosques y desiertos.

Toda la información se la debemos a un magnífico grupo de bikers andaluces que ha creado un recorrido único, compendio de todos los caminos y paisajes de Andalucía. Todo ello en una web www.transandalus.org donde podemos encontrar rutometros, mapas, tracks para gps y mapas para gps. Y mucho trabajo desinteresado que agradeceré toda la vida.

Comienza en Sevilla, para bajar hasta Sanlucar de Barrameda. Da la vuelta a Andalucía en sentido antihorario para volver a Sanlucar. Para regresar a Sevilla rodea el PN de Doñana por Almonte.

See all 13 reports by Zinaztli

Alpi Bike. Travesía de los Alpes en BTT (Trieste-Ventimiglia)
by Zinaztli, tour started July 2009, submitted 14 December 2009
language: es

Travesía de los Alpes de este a oeste, que une Trieste y Ventimiglia . Circula Cinco países: Italia, Eslovenia, Austria, Suiza y Francia. Los macizos montañosos más conocidos de los Alpes: A. Julianos, A. Cárnicos, Dolomitas , Adamello-Pressanella, Ortler, Engadina, Bernina y Bregaglia, lagos de Como y Maggiore, Monte Rosa, Mont Blanc, Gran Paradiso, Monviso, Alpes Marítimos y Mercantour. Recorrido realizado en solitario en 43 días (del 4 de julio al 15 de agosto de 2009). Son unos 2.100 kilómetros y cerccerca de 60.000 metros de desnivel (media diaria: 50 km. y 1.400 m.). Coincide en muchos tramos con al Vía Alpina, Alta Vía Cárnica, Tour del Monte Rosa, Tour del Mont Blanc, Alta Vía del Valle de Aosta y Vía de la Sale. Cruza collados por encima de los 2.500 metros (Tarscher Pass, Stelvio, Cassana, Turlo, Salati, Bettaforca, Nana, Malatrá, Chavannes, Chivasso, Longia y Sibolet). Cicloturismo de montaña en estado puro. El sueño de todo biker de atravesar todos los Alpes.

See all 13 reports by Zinaztli

Viaggio assistito nelle Foreste Casentinesi. Maggio 2008
by Marcello Stampacchia, tour started May 2008, submitted 15 December 2008
Europe: Italy
language: it

Viaggio in stile islandese?

Perché la nostra esperienza dei viaggi in Islanda ci ha fatto inventare un nuovo modo di viaggiare in MTB: il viaggio assistito. Tu viaggi leggero con il GPS e noi ti portiamo i bagagli, i viveri e l'occorrente per il viaggio. Con questo spirito abbiamo progettato uno splendido giro di 2 giorni.

In sintesi il viaggio proposto:
partenza dalla nostra sede di Brisighella il venerdì sera, sosta per la cena e la notte a Casa di Ponte nel comune di Tredozio; via per i boschi del fantastico parco delle Foreste Casentinesi; sosta con cena e pernottamento a Fiumicello nel comune di Premilcuore; secondo giorno in quota per toccare il monte Falco e il Falterona, famoso per dare vita all'Arno, e discesa adrenalinica fino alla valle del Sieve per prendere il treno e fare ritorno a Brisighella.

Tutti i particolari li trovate sul sito: www.ibasprengisandur.it

See all 3 reports by Marcello Stampacchia

Due giorni nel Parco delle Foreste Casentinesi
Mountain Bike Trail and Tour Information & Reviews at Singletracks.com
by mudhunny, tour started 2008, submitted 21 November 2008

Singletracks.com helps mountain bikers find mountain bike trails around the world, offering photos, reviews, videos and the largest online catalog of GPS mountain bike trail maps. Huge online mountain biking community and active forums.

Singletracks.com now features mountain bike tour listings and reviews, come find a tour or share your experience of your recent bike tour with fellow bikers.

Singletracks.com Mountain Bike Trail Information
Mountainbiking around Siena
by Nicola Semboloni, tour started July 2007, submitted 31 July 2007
Europe: Italy
language: it, en

An insider look at one of Italy's most beautiful areas from a backroad cycling point of view. Do the names Montalcino, Chianti, Pienza, Montepulciano ring any bells with you?

Casaltina, Valdorcia, Italy
Complete Andalucia round trip through MTYB tracks
by transandalus groupe, tour started 2007, submitted 3 July 2007
Europe: Spain
language: es

Round trip to Andalucia. A 2600 km path through no paved roads, including the crossing of 35 km beach at Doñana National park.

Mountain biking in Northern Italy (Lake Maggiore area)
by Anna, tour started 2006, submitted 26 April 2007
Europe: Italy
language: en, de

Cycling in Northern Italy? Visit this new website offering both accommodation in, and information about, the stunning region hosting the 2008 Road Cycling World Championships. Resources include detailed itineraries for spectacularly scenic mountainbike routes, photos, links to local weather forecasts, train timetables and much, much more.

viaggio attraverso il deserto Islandese
by Marcello, tour started August 2006, submitted 3 May 2006
Europe: Iceland
language: it

IBAS - Island Bike Adventure Sprengisandur. L'IBAS è un percorso in mountain bike attraverso l'Islanda, dal Nord-Est al Sud dell'Isola, lungo la mitica pista dello Sprengisandur. Questa pista, la più lunga e impegnativa dell'Isola, è stata affrontata per la prima volta a bordo di un veicolo negli anni Trenta da dei pionieri islandesi. Oggi per un fuoristradista che desidera viaggiare in Islanda con un 4x4 lo Sprengisandur è l'itinerario più ambito. Solo pochissimi appassionati, in genere islandesi, hanno la preparazione, la capacità di affrontare lunghi giorni in solitudine nel deserto più grande d'Europa e portare a termine il percorso in bicicletta.

Terreni ricoperti da lava, rocce vulcaniche, basalti, un deserto di 35 km di sabbia nera con piccole dune, fiumi glaciali da guadare, distese di erba verde dagli effetti fluorescenti, ghiacciai, montagne dalle cromie indescrivibili, distese di pietra pomice, canyon profondi, vulcani e cascate sono le visioni di questo incredibile ambiente primordiale.

L'IBAS è nata per permettere agli appassionati della natura e dei viaggi in bicicletta di percorrere nella massima sicurezza e con la migliore assistenza gli 800 km dell'itinerario stabilito.

Transalp Oberstdorf - Torbole am Gardasee
by FiloRosso Webdesign, tour started August 2000, submitted 13 April 2006
language: de

Alpencross Bericht einer Mountainbike-Extremtour von Oberstdorf zum Gardasee, 7 Tage (davon 4 Regentage)/440km/14000 Höhenmeter.

See all 2 reports by FiloRosso Webdesign

Transalp Oberstdorf - Torbole am Gardasee
by FiloRosso Webdesign, tour started August 2000, submitted 13 April 2006
language: de

Alpencross-Bericht einer Mountainbike-Extremtour von Oberstdorf zum Gardasee, 7 Tage (davon 4 Regentage)/440km/14000 Höhenmeter.

See all 2 reports by FiloRosso Webdesign

Mountainbike the Alps
by Ralf Bueschges, tour started 2005, submitted 1 January 2006

Photos and reports of transalp mountain bike tours from Bavaria to Italy. Alpine traverses between Oberstdorf and Lake Como and Tegernsee and Lake Garda.

Durmitor by mountain bike
by Hajrudin Nino Klipo, tour started November 2005
Europe: Montenegro

A photo collection of a tour of the Durmitor nature park, designated by Unesco.

See all 2 reports by Hajrudin Nino Klipo

Durmitor Lake
Trailsource
tour started 2005

Trailsource has started a collection, among others, of European Mountain Bike Trail Descriptions. Mountain Biking TrailSource is your online adventure guide to the best mountain bike trails around the globe! You'll find over 4,000 singletracks in 100 countries.

Sardinienstreifzug mit dem Mountainbike
by Florian Michahelles, tour started March 2004
Europe: Italy
language: de

See all 14 reports by Florian Michahelles

Bjelasnica to Lukomir
by Hajrudin Nino Klipo, tour started August 2002
Europe: Bosnia

[It's a] beautiful one day ride from Bjelasnica Olympics ski center to exotic village Lukomir. There is highest village in this part of Europe (about 1500m up sea level). Those village is located on edge of second deepest (more of 1200m) canyon in Europe- river Rakitnica canyon. Perfect place for real adventure biking, fishing, hiking, rafting...

See all 2 reports by Hajrudin Nino Klipo

Lukomir
Wales Diary
by Myra VanInwegen, tour started July 2000
Europe: UK

I took a long holiday to explore bits of Britain by bike. Since I like off-road cycling at least as much as on-road, I used my old Trek hardtail. I put skinny slicks on it to cover ground quickly by road, and put knobblies on it for off-road use. [...] My first destination was Wales. I left from home on July 9th, heading towards Cardiff, stopping by the Forest of Dean on the way. I stayed at the Neuadd Arms Hotel for a week, and I participated in the Mountain Bike Bog Snorkelling Championships. From there I headed north on the Lon Las Cymru (Welsh National Cycle Route and Sustrans Route 8).

See all 2 reports by Myra VanInwegen

Bridge
In Search of Singletrack in the Alps
by Per Löwdin, tour started 2000

We flew from Stockholm to Geneva. Then we biked along the southern shore of Lac Leman, crossed Pass des Morgines, headed up the Rhone valley, and made a side trip to Zermatt. Then, we continued to Brigg, Davos, St Moritz, Livigno, Canazei, and Cortina. From Cortina we headed south to Lago di Garda. Reaching the Plains of Po approaching Milan we spontaneously decided to take a train to San Reno, and continue from there to Monaco, Nice and up through the mountains to Chamonix, ultimately heading back to Geneva for our return flight to Sweden. There are plenty of excellent reports on cycling along these roads [...] and we feel we have little to contribute. Instead these pages are focused on the possibilities of single track riding.

See all 8 reports by Per Löwdin

In Search of Singletrack in the Alps
by Per Löwdin, tour started 2000

Includes trail descriptions in Switzerland, Italy and France.

We flew from Stockholm to Geneva. Then we biked along the southern shore of Lac Leman, crossed Pass des Morgines, headed up the Rhone valley, and made a side trip to Zermatt. Then, we continued to Brigg, Davos, St Moritz, Livigno, Canazei, and Cortina. From Cortina we headed south to Lago di Garda. Reaching the Plains of Po approaching Milan we spontaneously decided to take a train to San Reno, and continue from there to Monaco, Nice and up through the mountains to Chamonix, ultimately heading back to Geneva for our return flight to Sweden. There are plenty of excellent reports on cycling along these roads [...] and we feel we have little to contribute. Instead these pages are focused on the possibilities of single track riding.

See all 8 reports by Per Löwdin

In Search of Singletrack in the Alps
by Per Löwdin, tour started 2000
Europe: Switzerland

We flew from Stockholm to Geneva. Then we biked along the southern shore of Lac Leman, crossed Pass des Morgines, headed up the Rhone valley, and made a side trip to Zermatt. Then, we continued to Brigg, Davos, St Moritz, Livigno, Canazei, and Cortina. From Cortina we headed south to Lago di Garda. Reaching the Plains of Po approaching Milan we spontaneously decided to take a train to San Reno, and continue from there to Monaco, Nice and up through the mountains to Chamonix, ultimately heading back to Geneva for our return flight to Sweden. There are plenty of excellent reports on cycling along these roads [...] and we feel we have little to contribute. Instead these pages are focused on the possibilities of single track riding.

See all 8 reports by Per Löwdin

Mountain Biking around Lake Como
by Ambro69, tour started April 1999
Europe: Italy
language: it
Eastern Pyrenees
tour started 1999
Europe: Andorra

From Carsten's Cycling Web, the Web site of Carsten Gregersen.
We are four friends spending our summer holidays going mountain biking in the Pyrenees. It is cycling territory at it's best with peaceful small roads and pleasant villages. The climbs are long and steep, but the fabulous mountain scenery makes it worth the effort. A few times we stay at the campsites for a couple of days and go off-road in the mountains. One day we also have a participant in a mountain bike race at Superbagnères.

Belfry in Andorra
100Km al giorno in Corsica
by Ambrogio D'Adda, tour started 1999
Europe: France
language: it

``Si e' pesanti sotto il sole 5 giorni con Bagni e Sole (Sempre) - 515Km''. The site has reports of several mountain bike tours, in Italy, Slovenia, Corse and Turkey, by him and others. In (a very idiomatic) Italian, and text-only, but very worth looking at.

See all 5 reports by Ambrogio D'Adda

Altopiano di Asiago
by A. M. G. Deganutti, tour started 1998
Europe: Italy

I live in the middle of the largest flat area of Italy [...] every time I want to do a nice ride I have to go by car at least as far as the nearest Prealps mountains. So, having planned a mountain bike trip for a Sunday of late autumn, I left from my flat city that day, even if the weather was not so good. [...] I arrived at my planned bike starting point (Rotzo village, on Altopiano di Asiago, Veneto region) while the sky was releasing a nice amount of rain. [...] I took a downhill road, the speed increased along with the humidity of my clothes; soon my hands (protected by not so good cycling winter gloves) became colder and colder and so my feet. [...] The downhill road is very long and I went down fast enough to lose the sensitiveness of my hands and feet. Even my limbs, after a while, became hard to move! [In the end] my fleece sweater was quite wet and so my polypropylene jersey but my body was still warm! Of course it took a bit of time to recover the complete functionality of my legs and arms, hands and feet but I was helped by a good fireplace and a big hot wine glass!

La Römerweg (Via Romana) in Gsiesertal (Val Casies / Gsies)
by Pierluigi Reschiglian, tour started August 1997
Europe: Italy
language: it

La Val Casies una stupenda valle laterale dell'Alta Pusteria, lontana dal turismo di massa anche nei periodi di punta [...] agli amanti della bicicletta, ed in particolare della MTB, [...] offre opportunità veramente uniche di stupendi itinerari tra il verde delle malghe ed il silenzio dei boschi. Tra questi itinerari abbiamo scelto un classico, la ``Via Romana'', che si presta, per le due varianti che descriveremo in seguito, sia a biker mediamente allenati, che ad esperti amanti del single-track tra radici di abete ``spaccapolsi''.

Iceland on MTB
by Zdenek Horcik, tour started July 1997

A report and pictures from [a] MTB trip in [the] not very often visited interior area of Iceland. There are some remarks to Faroe Islands there, too.

See all 2 reports by Zdenek Horcik

The Santa Colomba Trail
by Andreas Caranti, tour started April 1997
Europe: Italy

I'm pretty sure that no matter where you live, there is one trail among your home ones that is generally considered as the trail, a classic of the genre.

For Trento, the place where I live, the choice of most local bikers would fall on the Santa Colomba trail. Easily doable starting from the town, not really difficult but with some challenging sections, it offers a small selection of the standard ingredients of an off-road ride. Mind you, it is not a spectacular trail, such as the ones you can find higher up in the Dolomites. But it's an excellent choice for a half-day ride, which means that on Sunday afternoons you have to line up to ride it!

See all 10 reports by Andreas Caranti

The back side of Castello del Buonconsiglio
Durchs Hintertürchen in die Schweiz
by Florian Michahelles, tour started 1997
language: de

This is a tour over the spectacular Passo San Giacomo, between Italy and Switzerland.

See all 14 reports by Florian Michahelles

Ciclo-eno-gastro-turistica Slovenjia
by Ambrogio D'Adda, tour started 1997
Europe: Slovenia

The site has reports of several mountain bike tours, in Italy, Slovenia, Corse and Turkey, by him and others. In (a very idiomatic) Italian, and text-only, but very worth looking at.

See all 5 reports by Ambrogio D'Adda

Monte Bondone
by Renato Grazzi, tour started September 1996
Europe: Italy
language: it

The ``mountain of Trento'' offers some challenging trails for local bikers. Have a look at what's in store.

Spain on a Mountain Bike
by Alfonso Pitarque, tour started August 1996
language: en, es

I introduce in a brief way some itineraries cycled by the author in Spain (Pyrenees, Road to Santiago, The Silver Route, The North Route, Andalusia, but also in Greece, Croatia and Slovenia), with pictures of them, trying to show the beauty of this different and relaxed way of traveling.

See all 2 reports by Alfonso Pitarque

Off - and On - Road in Polish Beskidy Mountains
by Milosz Wisniewski, tour started May 1996
Europe: Poland

This trip has actually started in ... a bookstore. The choice of Polish cycling - related literature is very poor, therefore about a year ago I was very happy to see [a book with trail descriptions in the Western Beskidy]. After reading some trails descriptions, backed by well - prepared maps, the idea was ready [...] Beskidy is the name for a few ranges of low - elevation mountains (or one can say - hills), generally covered by woods, located in southern Poland next to much better known Tatras and the borders with Czech and Slovakian Republics.

See all 6 reports by Milosz Wisniewski

Tree
The Lakeland Loop
by Alasdair Arthur, tour started 1996
Europe: UK

The story of a cycling trip around England's Lake District: Bowness-on-Windermere, Patterdale, Bassenthwaite, Buttermere, Boot, Whitehaven, Boot to the coast and back Boot to Bowness-on-Windermere.

Passo S. Jorio (2014 mt.) - A MTB Way from Italy to Switzerland
by Marco Buffa, tour started 1996

See all 14 reports by Marco Buffa

Das Gute liegt so nah: MTB-Tour von Mittenwald nach Bozen
by Florian Michahelles, tour started 1996
Europe: Italy
language: de

A mountain bike ride from Mittenwald to Bolzano/Bozen in five days.

See all 14 reports by Florian Michahelles

Monte Conero in the Marche
by Gerald G. Fuller, tour started September 1995
Europe: Italy

Monte Conero is an impressive mountain with an elevation of 572 meters jutting into the Adriatic Sea just south of the port of Ancona. [...] [It] is a fovorite spot for local mountain bikers and can be explored by numerous trails.

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