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    I was thinking of day 6 as its an extension of the route posted by Mark.

    cheers

    Gerry H.

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    Quote Originally Posted by russ996duke View Post
    we had no snow when we did the grossglockner last june, what we did have was thousands (literally!) of people, all walking along the road down from the restaurant towards heilengenblut though the tunnel ...all over the road, with dozens of coaches parked up everywhere to take 'm off after they had done their pilgramage walk...the ride up was excellent however, it was only the downward sector they blocked up
    My pics were taken on 19 June between 2:30 and 3:00pm

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gerry Huxtable View Post
    I was thinking of day 6 as its an extension of the route posted by Mark.

    cheers

    Gerry H.
    Good idea

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    Looks like this is shaping up to be a great jaunt

    The destination is a popular choice. Joybringer's hard work on the routes may well prove useful for bods in the future, so it's generous of him to share them itch the wider world.

    Have a great time chaps

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wapping View Post
    Looks like this is shaping up to be a great jaunt

    The destination is a popular choice. Joybringer's hard work on the routes may well prove useful for bods in the future, so it's generous of him to share them itch the wider world.

    Have a great time chaps

    Thanks, Wapping


    Mark

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joybringer View Post

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    I realised that

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joybringer View Post
    My pics were taken on 11 June between 2:30 and 3:00pm
    we were there week of 27th june

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wapping View Post
    I realised that



    Gonna have to embark on one of your wanderings one day...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joybringer View Post



    Gonna have to embark on one of your wanderings one day...
    Have been on one, can fully recommend them, and he knows how to help idiots with Garmins

    Day 6 is now looking very good indeed
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    Alt Day 9 via Lake Como

    I fancy a detour to Lake Como and the Moto Guzzi Museum.

    Route is 120 miles longer than original via Splugen Pass and Mapsource estimates 9 hours.

    Depends on weather but possible.

    Route available by email if you would like a copy.

    cheers

    Gerry H.
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    Got the routes downloaded....marked up me maps....looking good

    even the swiss bit avoiding motorways looks better /more bearable than some of the ways used on my previous tours (yes i did the routes for those...)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gerry Huxtable View Post
    I fancy a detour to Lake Como and the Moto Guzzi Museum.

    Route is 120 miles longer than original via Splugen Pass and Mapsource estimates 9 hours.

    Depends on weather but possible.

    Route available by email if you would like a copy.

    cheers

    Gerry H.

    if mapsource says 9 hrs, it's probably actually going to take more like 11, so that won't leave much time for the museum.

    would be nice if you could go. lake como and mandello are really scenic, and the museum is well worth a visit.
    i've been banned from going by mrs cookie on the grounds that even she has been there too many times

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