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RCZ Road Trip Dolomiti 23 - 29 September 2018

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In 2017 we did our first road trip and we went to drive for 3 days in Tirol. We where with 12 RCZ's and we had a blast. We had a nice bunch of people from 4 different countries

For 2018 I will organise a road trip to the Italian Alps - Dolomiti.
It will be a 5 days road trip that ends and start in Austria.

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Day 1 : All participants arrive at Uderns Austria in the Zillertal
where we ill stay for one night in Sportresidens Zillertal

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https://www.sportresidenz.at/?lang=en

Day 2 : We drive to Dobbiaco in Italy. It's a 230km trip passing the
Gerlospas, Zell am See, over the Grosglockner (2.423m) to
Romantik Hotel Santer. Here we will stay for 4 days.

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http://www.hotel-santer.com/nl/romantik ... anter.html

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Day 3 : First day in the Dolimiti. 190km route passing the Passo Monte Croce di Comelico,
Passo di Sant'Antonnio, Passo Cibiana, Passo Forcella, Passo di Giau, passo Misurina
and the famous mountain group the Tre Cime

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Day 4 : This day we make a short trip (70km) to see the nicest lake
of the Dolimiti, Lago di Braies. We will also visit Bruneck

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Day 5 : 185 km trip to go see an other famous mountains called
the Sella Group. That day we will drive over the Passo Cimabanche,
Passo Falzarego, Passo Pordoi, Passo Passo di Sella, Passo Gardena
and the Passo di Valparola

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Day 6 : We drive back towards Austria (250km). We will drive over the Timmelsjoch
to end our day in Heitterwang. Here we will stay for one night in Hotel Fischer am See.

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https://www.fischeramsee.at/


Day 7 : Sad day, it's the end of our trip and it's time to go home

The limit for this road trip is 15 RCZ's !!!!
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For the moment we have 6 confirmed :thumbup:
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Very beautiful scenery :thumbup:

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Well that was quick Dan !

Put me down for a place, but need to confirm the 26th is my 25th wedding anniversary, so if she no go - then i no go lol.

Edit: Dan this is 7 day trip? just to clarify...

Looks fantastic and you know what will improve the scenery?

15 RCZ's - you knew that was coming !! :thumbup:

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Yes, but some people need to ask for vacation well in advance so that's why ;)

We also have our 25th wedding anniversary in september but on the 18th.

We normally had planned a vacation to Lanzarote, but we had such a good time in Tirol that we Ann gave me a green light to organise the trip to Italy and cancel the vacation in Lanzarote :lol:
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Put me down for a place, but need to confirm the 26th is my 25th wedding anniversary, so if she no go - then i no go lol.
We also have our 25th wedding anniversary in September but on the 18th.
We also will celebrate our wedding anniversary in September but have a few years on you two. See you there. :greetings-wavingblue: :beer:
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Nice route! I can recommend to anyone to take the RCZ into the Dolomiti Alps. Unforgettable!
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You are welcome to join us
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DanRo wrote:
You are welcome to join us


Thank you!
I'd love to. But according to my current plans I will not drive the R by then.
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You are welcome to join us


Thank you!
I'd love to. But according to my current plans I will not drive the R by then.

Oh..., pray do tell? New car on the horizon... :eusa-whistle:
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Oh..., pray do tell? New car on th horizon... :eusa-whistle:


It depends on what the market will offer after Auto Geneva 2018. I hope the new 508 will fit me. If not, I will look elsewhere.
Nice, new coupes are rare nowadays.
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Is there’s enough bhp in a 508 for you? :D

Have you considered an E-class coupe? I quite like them!
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Please don't high jack this topic.

If you want to chat about a Peugeot 508, this is the wrong topic even the wrong forum
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Although I will not take part in the RCZ meet I have a question:

Is there a reason why on the 7th day you don't take the SS44 left of Sterzing and head for the climb towards Timmelsjoch via the S44bis? The road on the italian side is just breath taking beautiful. I mean you can have a look on street view :greetings-wavingblue:
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The reason why we don't drive over the SS44 and the Timmelsjoch on the 7th day, because on the 7th day everybody start the return journey towards home.

But the main reason is because we will drive over the SS44 and so also the Timmelsjoch on day 6 ;)

So ofcourse we will drive over this beautifull road over the Timmelsjoch during our road trip in the Dolomitit :-)
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Got it!
You and the group will enjoy a spectacular view. The route you pin pointed follows some of the greatest roads in the Dolomite Alps.
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I know the region qieut well I have driven there a lot on my motorcycle. During the road trip we will drive over the nicest routes in the Dolomiti. Even to get there we will drive over the Gross Glockner. This high alp road should be on every driver bucket list according to Top Gear .
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I agree. Entering the Dolomites from east is way more picturesque than following the Brenner Pass.

In my opinion only French Alps can top that. Maybe 2019 you will be doing a French Alps drive?
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Yes in 2019 I will organise a road trip in the French alps.

I will go from Grenoble all the way Nice.
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