The roads are unmarked and aren't on Gaia's GPS open source maps. I did have my Tabbacco map so I tried to meld the two together. After 3 or 4 dead ends I reached what I think was the correct road. It had a barrier across the road, marked "Private," etc so I turned around. That's as close as I can get on a bike.
Now back down to 1100 meters and then the toughest climb of the day: 2.2 km averaging 11% with some 15% ramps. I was fried by the time I got back to 1440 meters. Luckily it's mostly downhill from there on, turning to pavement at Passo Monte Rest then switchbacking down to Tramonti di Sopra.
Fun ride. I think I'll try parking the bike at 1400 meters next time and hiking up to Monte Costa di Paladin.
|View of Tagliamento River and mountains toward Tolmezzo|
|Close up of Tagliamento|
|Monte Rest peeking over a ridge|
|Very big cliffs along the trail|
|Mountains to north|
End of the public road