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Carnia Cycling Tour

 

The Orange Line

via Cascina, 5 

33028 Tolmezzo (Ud)

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It starts and naturally arrives in the small town in the valley, located on the right bank of the Tagliamento, small but not without cultural interests. The "Preone 200 million years" museum which contains fossil finds of great interest such as Megalancosaurus preonensis or the pterosaur Preondactyulus buffarini, is one of these and completes the whole "Stavoli Lunas" educational path. But this route is particularly characterized by nature, of the 4 routes it is the one with the most dirt road to tackle (forest road) (for those who are not prepared there is always the state road - descent from Sella Chiaunzutan) but it is also the one with the beautiful Arzino Falls and the splendid Chiampon Valley to repay the effort of the climbs. (it's the one with the most ascent)


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Preone 

38 km  896 metri

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Counterclockwise preon

Deciding to take the counterclockwise route, you set off after a few kilometers (3) with a really demanding climb, which leads to the long slight slope of the Chiampon Valley. Then everything gets much easier.

( recommended for those who use e-mtb )

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Along the way you will be able to visit or observe

(touch and you will find brief descriptions)

Preone 

Verzegnis

Villa Santina

“Preone 200 million years” museum

“Stavoli Lunas” Paleontological Trail

Arzino waterfalls

Art Park Marzona

Verzegnis lake

Open-air museum of Verzegnis red marble

Our Lady of the Bridge (Invillino)

Villa lakes and pine forest

The road to the Plera waterfall is unfortunately closed due to a landslide

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