Alpe Adria World War TransAlp 2019

Follow the traces of the First World War by mountain bike, after 100 years, in 6 days through three countries to the Adriatic Sea. We combine trail experiences, gastronomy and the history of Carinthia, Slovenia and Friuli, along 300km and 7000 altitude metres. 100 years after WW1 we cycle along the front lines of this terrible war. The scars left by the war can still be seen today. The tour takes us through Austria, Slovenia and Italy, to the steep Adriatic coast. 

 

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Tourtagebuch Trans Slowenien 2018

Die Alpe Adria Weltkriegs-TransAlp ist seit Herbst 2014 fester Bestandteil des MTB-Programms im Mountain Bike Holidays Landhotel Lindenhof. In der letzten Septemberwoche 2018 machen wir uns auf den Wet zu einer Alternativ-Route durch Slowenien. 5 Etappen, etwas mehr Höhenmeter und viele coole Trails sollen es sein - so lautet die Zielvorgabe. Hannes Nindler, Chef im Landhotel Lindenhof ist mit von der Partie - ich selbst bin als Guide dabei! 1st Guide Martin Budweiser

 

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Tour diary Alpe Adria World War TransAlp

I was one of the fifteen bikers from four nations, with three guides and an accompanying vehicle, who set out towards the Adriatic in September. We followed the traces of the World War through three countries, in brilliant sunshine as well as torrential rain, on mountain bikes. Descriptions and pictures can be found in my tour diary. Tina.

 

 Day 1

We were busy from early in the morning and there was a sense of nervousness. Is the bike alright? Have I got everything? How about the group, with Dutch, Swedes, Austrians, Germans and just two ladies? However, when we set off at 9.00 the tension eased and we cruised along past the two lakes to the first ascent, which was quite challenging, so some were wondering whether they had made the right decision in joining. However, we all made it to the highest point and looked down at the impressive Drau valley and were rewarded with a rapid descent. After the lunch break the trails were technical, with skilled ascents required along the Römerweg. We enjoyed a well-deserved beer in the garden at the accommodation at the end of it all. 

 

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