I haven't finished all the Swiss videos yet but after our two weeks there we went on to South Tyrol. It's actually a region of Northern Italy and not Austria. Suedtirol was annexed by Italy from the Austro-Hungarian empire following World War 1
It's one of the original multi-cultural places. The people there are mostly German so everything works promptly. Yet they've also got lots of Italian influence so they really know how to play. This extends to mountain bikes.
We started off with one of the more eastern parts of Suedtirol in the town of Bruneck. The ride was about 100kms E of the Swiss border and 50kms S of the Austrian border. More dramatically, Suedtirol in the Western part of the Dolomites so we had views that were wonderful
Then up to the local hill for some lift-served bermed goodness
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