Sun popped out today after a few days of rain. The mountains out back are capped with snow. So I decided I should stay at low elevation to avoid the snow and ice.
Headed down Via Pedemontane to Sarone, then turned and climbed up to Castello di Caneva.
After descending to Caneva, I headed up past Castello di Cordignano at Villa di Villa. Very steep little road up over the hill to Rugolo (15% stretches). I continued along this hillside road through Montaner to Fregona.
I descended steeply from Fregona to Vittorio Veneto, then found the start of the forested climb to San Lorenzo. Beautiful fall foliage! After the summit I turned toward Tarzo, on the hillside above the valley stretching from Vittorio Veneto to Valdobbiadene.
I then crossed over the ridge above Conegliano and descended to Vittorio Veneto. Lovely views from that ridge.
I rode fast along the flat road to Fiaschetta, and then climbed the rolling hills up to 300 meter altitude and home. Total 105km and 1367 meters of climbing.
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