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DVD-Video "Yosemite Nationalpark - Glacier Point Tour"

The tour to Glacier Point, probably the best view point in the whole Yosemite Valley, is situated on the south side, at 7215 ft in altitude.

The journey up leads on a winding road through dense forests with little clearings and meadows. This demanding route, which is characterised by a constant ascent finally rewards one with a perfect view.

DVD-Video "Monument Valley - Dirt Road Tour"

The Monument Valley can be crossed in two directions.

The most famous route leads on the public road from Kayenta to the Mexican Hat.

Between the two is the Navajo-Nation Indian reservation, where a circuit leads us through the red rocks. On this most difficult piste, we experience the raw nature, which makes this landscape so famous. The wind is always blowing around the next corner and the evening light makes the rocks appear even redder.

DVD-Video "Col du Telegraphe und Col du Galibier"

 The Col du Galibier, which, at 8678 ft, is the fifth highest asphalted mountain pass in the Alps, is known throughout the world, predominantly because of the Tour de France.

We begin our demanding tour (comprising 27 miles and 6234 ft in altitude) in St.-Michel-de-Maurienne at 2405 ft above sea level.

On the well surfaced road we firstly ride 7 miles with inclines of between 8% and 9% up to Col du Telegraph (5151 ft).

The following descent to Valloire (4606 ft) allows us to regain strength for the approaching 10,6 mile long ascent to Col du Galibier.