We're having a heatwave, temps up in the mid-30's Celsius. I kind of scoffed at it because I grew up in Alabama and worked in the Air Force on the flightline in the Mojave Desert, Nellis, Korea, and New Mexico. But it was a bigger problem than I expected. After the first half hour I was crawling in low gear. My original target, Col Visentin, quickly evaporated. Luckily a cloud floated over so I was able to recover shaded and made it up to the top with no more problems. I descended fast so I could get some sweat windchill going and by the time I reached the car at Vittorio Veneto I had rejoined the living. Anyway this is an awesome local climb which I would recommend to anyone in the area.