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Beautiful scenery, incredible location, and a memorial to thousands of deaths. The trip up is incredible as you see and hear the cows wandering the hills while there bells are clanging. You feel like you’ve just walked into the scene of Heidi.
When you get...More
My best advise to bike Mount Grappa is to start slow and finish.
Loved the ride. Go slow to go fast.
Best to take a shell for the cool top even when it’s hot in the valley.
Great sense of accomplishment when you get to...More
A magnificent tribute to the fallen soldiers of world war I. Make sure you climb through the underground tunnels dug by the Italians to protect the valley from the Austirans. Very interesting. There are a couple ways to get up to this magnificent monument, the...More
This place is a little hard to find. Once we found the signposts it was a narrow 27km of twisting road up to the memorial.
But if you are any sort of military historian it is well worth the effort. Very moving and peaceful. It...More
It took longer to get up here from Treviso than we imagined - v slow climb up the mountain - far more time than the routeplanner estimated - but it was worth in.
On arrival parking can be an issue on a busy day -...More
You really fell history when walking in Cima Grappa. The is a strong emotion in seeing all the graves located there. Moreover, there is an amazing view on all the surrounding mountains and the cities below. It is definitely worth a visit!
This is the site of a World War 1 Battle Mounte Grappa. Over 128,000 troops died in the battle, French, Italians, English and Austrians who made up 100,000 of the dead. It was the last line of defense on the Italian border from the Austrian...More