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Jul 16, 2020
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Planning to cross Dolomites into Italy, early September, either Timmelsjoch pass or Brenner pass,
Any advice or recommendations?
Thanks
 
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Brenner pass is very easy and the old Road, non toll, is a really pleasant drive. Brenner is a nice place to stop for lunch too with ample parking on the tarmac market areas just south of the town and walk in, provided it’s not market day 😜
 
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Just looked that up, looks very interesting!
 

WESTY66

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All the gear, and no idea!
Did you drive it or ride it?
Rode it, big sign at bottom “NO Vans” but there was a council van trying to squeeze past an Astra, the outer of the twin wheels hanging off the side of a BIG drop🤦‍♂️😁😁
 
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We've just done the brenner pass, amazing drive.



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Bobby-gg

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Brenner pass is very easy and the old Road, non toll, is a really pleasant drive. Brenner is a nice place to stop for lunch too with ample parking on the tarmac market areas just south of the town and walk in, provided it’s not market day 😜
Is that the SS12 non toll road?
 
May 14, 2021
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Is that the SS12 non toll road?
Yes Bobby-gg it’s the 182 in Austria which I pick up in Innsbruck off the 174. It changes to the SS12 at Brenner when it goes into Italy. I would then often take the Italian toll roads if going south or ho to join the SS49 if heading east along the Dolomites or if I wish to head south using different crossings. I like to travel north & south on different crossings into Italy just to keep a change of scenery 😜

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Bobby-gg

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Yes Bobby-gg it’s the 182 in Austria which I pick up in Innsbruck off the 174. It changes to the SS12 at Brenner when it goes into Italy. I would then often take the Italian toll roads if going south or ho to join the SS49 if heading east along the Dolomites or if I wish to head south using different crossings. I like to travel north & south on different crossings into Italy just to keep a change of scenery 😜
Thanks, I've been looking at our return trip North and thinking about the SS421 past Lake Molveno, to SS43, then SS44 to Vipiteno, then SS12 to 182.
Looks very interesting
 

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