Ochsengarten Bolzano Ponte di Legno
Published: 26/10/2019
Timmelsjoch
Day 4 we drive from Ochsengarten to Ponte di Legno, a drive of 327 km with many beautiful mountain passes such as Timmelsjoch, Jaufenpass, Penserjoch, Mendelpass, Brezer Joch and Passo del Tonale. All passes are indicated with route points.

Note that there are spicy turns, ascents and descents, so driving experience is required and do not do as starting rider.

The first stop is at RP2 the Top Mountain Motorcycle Museum and restaurant, you can visit the museum, eat and drink something, buy souvenirs, enjoy the view and buy your ticket for the Timmelsjoch (Passo Rombo) (14 € for motorcycle and rider) ), you will also receive a ticket and sticker.

The Timmelsjoch a very nice pass to ride, good road surface and beautiful views. Along the way there are several places of interest (see the link for more information).

The next pass is the Jaufenpass (Passo Giovo), another challenging walk through beautiful surroundings. Really fantastic to drive here. Pay attention to other road users, the roads are narrow and not every bend is well-arranged. Take your time and stop occasionally to enjoy the view.

The next pass is the Penser Joch (Passo di Pennes) and from Bolzano we take the Mendelpass (Passo della Mendola), yes it becomes boring but again a succession of turns through the beautiful Italian mountains, on the way we pause in Mendola.

We continue our way to our final destination Ponte di Legno via the Brezer Joch (Forcella di Brez) and Passo del Tonale, where we stop briefly for a photo. This road runs partly along the fast-flowing river Torrente Vermigliana.

The end point is our Hotel Garni Pregnà. A neat hotel with a cozy bar and good breakfast. Motorbikes can be parked in the garage for a fee. Evening food is not served but there are restaurants within walking distance.

This route is worth 5 stars.

Route points
RP2 Cross Point Top Mountain Motorcycle Museum and restaurant
RP3 Timmelsjoch (Passo Rombo)
RP5 Jaufenpass (Passo Giovo)
RP6 Lunch break Restaurant Alpenblick
RP7 Penser Joch (Passo di Pennes)
RP12 Mendelpass (Passo della Mendola)
RP14 Brezer Joch (Forcella di Brez)
RP15 Passo del Tonale
Timmelsjoch
Jaufenpass (Passo Giovo)
Useful links:
Route Day 3
Hotel Garni Pegra
Route Day 5
RP2 Top Mountain Motorcycle Museum and restaurant
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8 countries in 11 days; The Netherlands, Germany, Austria, Italy, Switzerland, France, Luxembourg and Belgium. This route collections consists of 10 routes that I have driven with friends in the summer of 2019.

The start is in Geldermalsen Netherlands, the first 7 days you drive through the Netherlands, Germany, Austria, Italy, Switzerland, France and a piece of Luxembourg with overnight stays in hotels.

The last three days you stay in Barweiler (D) in the Eifel and you drive two beautiful tours through the Eifel, Luxembourg and parts of the Belgian Ardennes.

There is no highway in the routes, only beautiful provincial and country roads, many beautiful passes with beautiful panoramas.

Be sure to check whether the passes are open before you leave.

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