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ITALY

"The future belongs to those who dream too much."

Grand Corps Malade

Our first STEP:Italy, this beginning of the adventure leads us to believe that we are on vacation for a few weeks. After 1 month, we realize that infact we will live this pure happiness for a while...

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The Dolomites

The Dolomites, a region that we loved! Its vertical rocky peaks that make you want to be climbed, to be skied, to be climbed.

 

We took advantage of mountain biking before the snow arrived. Afterwards, we put on our skis and glued our skins to admire these countless snow-capped peaks. 

Northern Italy

We also enjoyed biking in the sublime regions of Lake Garda and Como, as well as Iseo. It was a great discovery to find all these trails in Italy. Italians love cycling!

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Forcella della Neve

One evening in Cortina d'Ampezzo, more than 40 cm of fresh snow fell. Neither one nor two, we leave the resort to get closer to the mountains. The excitement of being able to make the first tracks and enjoy admiring these magnificent snow-capped peaks is at its height.

The next day, we put on our skis and climb a magnificent pass, the Forcella della Neve. A windy climb, good fresh snow and bright sunshine await you.

Three Peaks Natural Park

Here we have arrived in the magnificent natural park of the three peaks, our objective, to climb to the top of the Sasso di Sesto. 

During this climb, we enjoyed a first-class view of the Tre Cime di Lavaredo, three peaks of the Dolomites in South Tyrol.

 

Once again, the wind accompanies us as well as some clouds, but the landscapes remain crazy! 

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Passo Giau

Capturing the moment: At the moment, we are torn between simply enjoying the moment and capturing it in our memories or taking out our cameras.

 

We like to do both, take a few minutes to capture the photo that we will have the opportunity to see again.  Then just watching and savoring the moment.  In these moments,  we often tell ourselves that nature has a powerful power, that of doing us good.

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