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Tibetano Bridge, Marano di Valpolicella

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  • Access found by sign on the road for Molina, the Navigator had led us astray. However at the beginning of the path, a refreshment bar reveals about 50 minutes of medium difficulty walking. The first part is very simple, the trail narrows and begins to descend into the Valley with nice gradient. My wife in some places had some difficulty, being poorly coached, fear of harming was high, those who have these fears agrees that let me help. At certain points it slips on Earth, in others it is steep. Overall nice but then again, put proper footwear and water. You get to the bridge, with metal rods, swinging during the crossing, you have a strange feeling but the real Tibetan bridges are made with ropes and planks of wood, this is ultra durable and is made of iron.
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  • We were last year's trip to Malga Biancari by fourth grade, we were about 30 adults and children, we chose the path that leads to the Tibetan bridge. It is better to have suitable footwear to the mountain because the trail is mostly downhill, narrow in some sections with passages between the rock to be avoided if in the old days it rained. We drove up to the bridge and returned to the same path so uphill! Had us worried a bit during the descent, the thought of ascent which turned out to be easier than expected! It is very nice to the Woods where we walked through, there are certain steps that take care and should be more nice and clean the track that is not always well marked but the experience was definitely good, the kids loved the adventure in the Woods and the passage over the bridge, in this spirit, surely they can face her children-most of our had 10 years-we even had a dog that has encountered some difficulty but then you is shown to the occasion! next time will try another path, but I would like to point out that it is just a path through the Woods, is not a clay! To be proposed to those who know the mountain ... ... ... .... and adaptability!
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  • to do if you are in the area ... strictly with shoes and clothes suitable for a moderately difficult hike. don't you venture with very young children or if you're not a minimum practice.
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  • It is a suspension bridge supported by steel cables with a principle of construction inspired by Tibetan bridges. It was built to solve the problem of the continuous landslides of the road that leads to the refuge from Pian delle Fugazze Campogrosso. The length is just over 50 metres, the floor consists of perforated steel treads and slightly spaced out so you see the blank below. This creates some excitement and apprehension in someone, but there are problems in getting about. Since its opening in September 2016 became in short a very popular attraction and made very busy route. Definitely deserves a visit.
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  • Great publicity given to this attraction triggers the desire to be able to have this experience. Unfortunately the path it takes away any kind of enthusiasm on why? Not even a sign indicating the way to go, not even a road sign with written Tibetan bridge. At some point people have to use their instincts then we wonder? ... maybe spend less on advertising in the newspaper and invest a bit of money for a simple iron sign placed along the road indicating TIBETAN BRIDGE.
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  • A rope bridge consists of 3 strings, one is low and you have to walk across. This hand is composed of 4 big steel cables, two basses in which are fixed the tiles (steel) two senior serving as parapet. Also on the sides there are networking, so you can pass safely even four-legged friends. Finally, there are the tie rods to limit the oscillations. Length 100 meters, the highest point suspended 35 meters. You can reach from Pian delle Fugazze or Refuge Campogrosso, from both points will take from 30 to 45 minutes.
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