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Brits on Descent
Two british climbers on the descent route of the Colac. [enlarge]
Beautiful Alpine Trail
After the Colac's protected descent route changes back to trail, you get to hike along this wonderful traversing trail. [enlarge]
Hiking with the Marmolada
Brian and Jenn hike through beautiful alpine terrain on the way back to the Ciampac Chairlift. [enlarge]
Brian and Marmolada
Brian poses ruggedly in front of the Marmolada. [enlarge]
Trail back to Ciampac
Follow the sign that says 'Ciampac'. Easy! [enlarge]
Towards the Ciampac Top-lift station
A view back towards the top of the Ciampac lift station. [enlarge]
Jenn hiking to lift station
Jenn hikes back across the open fields to the top of the Ciampac cablecar. [enlarge]
Beers and Colac
A round of drinks at one of the bars at the Ciampac lift station... with the west face of the Colac in the background. [enlarge]
Bill Debate
Andrew and Brian debate the finer points of the bar tab. [enlarge]
Annotated Topo Map, Colac climb
This is a GPS-dervied annotated topographic map of our Via Ferrata dei finanzieri climb up the Colac. The blue line denotes our actual ascent and descent, as captured by my GPS. [enlarge]
Interactive trackmap with photo points - Colac - click map to view
Colac Climb, Elevation profile over distance
This is a GPS-derived elevation plot, over distance, of our climb up (and down) Colac. The climb up was via the via ferrata dei finanzieri. The ferrata portion of the climb is denoted by a blue region. [enlarge]
Colac Climb, Elevation over time
This is a GPS-derived elevation plot, over time, of our climb up (and down) Colac. The climb up was via the via ferrata dei finanzieri. The ferrata portion of the climb is denoted by a blue region. [enlarge]
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