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What's New in Europe

by tiziana » Fri Nov 02, 2007 5:21 am

Hi to all, I've finished a new page trail
Alpi Aurine: Passo di Vizze
Ciao Tiziana

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by Natko » Sat May 31, 2008 3:46 pm

Wow, impressive pass. Must come there to ride and climb

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by Tom Kenney » Tue Oct 21, 2008 3:44 am

Thanks, Visentin, for representing Europe. The last guy who had substantial European content disappeared a while ago, and took all his work (impressive!) with him.

Hope this site holds together.

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thanks

by Visentin » Tue Oct 21, 2008 8:13 am

Thanks for your words.
Some weeks ago I made a research about polish/czech users of MB and tried to contact them, since most of the content I posted is in these countries. I hoped this would make a little regain of activity and interest but no... There is also the guy who posted one trail in Romania. He has a lot of pictures in his Picasa albums and I think we should all encourage him to continue posting.
I am planning to start a new "cycling region" in a near future, the Tatras area between Poland and Slovakia. This area is very popular on SP for hiking, I hope this will encourage other people from SP to go MB and post some things. I will start with the Dunajec gorges circuit which I have made on SP and in which I will put some links.
Hopefully with few more points I will also get this bloody jersey, if there is still someone who checks it and manages the jersey-sending !
Cheers,
Eric

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by Visentin » Tue Nov 25, 2008 1:11 pm

The Tatras :
http://mbpost.com/area/268838/the-tatras.html
And the four stages of the long distance trail around them, in the regions of Podhale (1), Spiš (2), Liptov (3), Orava (4).

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by Visentin » Tue Dec 09, 2008 1:46 pm

A bit of dream during those sad winter days...

Kežmarská dolina :
http://mbpost.com/trip-report/26901 ... olina.html
Dolina Suchej Wody :
http://mbpost.com/trail/268966/doli ... -wody.html
Dolina Chocho?owska :
http://mbpost.com/trail/268914/doli ... owska.html

related things on SP...

Spišská Magura :
http://www.summitpost.org/mountain/rock ... agura.html
Ždiar :
http://www.summitpost.org/logistical-ce ... -diar.html

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by Proterra » Wed Dec 10, 2008 2:36 am

Hmmmm.....

This page should be "What's new in Poland"....

For the time it's still Europe, I'd like to submit one of my own

http://mbpost.com/trail/269002/Piet ... umpad.html

Cheers,
Clint.

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by Visentin » Thu Dec 11, 2008 7:40 am

Come on, there is also Czech, Slovakia, Finland, France and Spain ! Andy and Gritty also published great stuff in UK despite not in this thread. And there were also a trail in Romania and pics of Spain lately. Thanks for helping us to reprensent Europe ! WHen will you propose us a trail in Scotland or the Scandes ?

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by Proterra » Thu Dec 11, 2008 12:45 pm

Visentin wrote:Come on, there is also Czech, Slovakia, Finland, France and Spain ! Andy and Gritty also published great stuff in UK despite not in this thread. And there were also a trail in Romania and pics of Spain lately. Thanks for helping us to reprensent Europe ! WHen will you propose us a trail in Scotland or the Scandes ?


Well, I'm only familiar with Arthur's Seat and the Auld Toon of Embra... Could post some of that...

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by Visentin » Wed May 20, 2009 9:18 am

http://mbpost.com/trail/270271/castries-loop.html

http://mbpost.com/trail/270305/Szla ... -half.html

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by Visentin » Tue Jun 09, 2009 8:14 am

http://mbpost.com/trail/270332/bor-vkov-hora.html

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by Visentin » Tue Jul 07, 2009 4:26 pm

http://mbpost.com/trail/270984/spi- ... -loop.html

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Trails in Germany

by gtstrider » Thu Aug 06, 2009 8:35 pm

I was fortunate this past week to ride for about four hours from the town of Garmisch in Germany. There are many fine trails in this area, heavily traveled by hikers. Scenery is great and the terrain varies from flat to ridiculously steep. I mainly followed the back roads on the slopes under Kruzeck. Descended a long steep trail back to Garmisch that was narrow but actually paved for most of it's length. Passed steep hay fields, forest and Bavarian farm houses. Great ride!

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Re: Trails in Germany

by Visentin » Sun Aug 09, 2009 8:58 pm

gtstrider wrote:I was fortunate this past week to ride for about four hours from the town of Garmisch in Germany.

Just post the trail or trip report !
Not far from your country :
http://mbpost.com/trail/271398/stog ... smrek.html

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by Visentin » Mon Sep 07, 2009 10:21 am

http://mbpost.com/trail/271700/wielka-kopa.html

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