Some images from my ride from one end of the Italian WW1 Front to the other, and a few WW1 pics I've found on the internet.

My bike prior to setting off for Italy

Trieste...the journey begins

WW1 memorial on the slopes of Monte San Gabriele, Isonzo Front

Trenches at Kolovrat overlooking the Isonzo near Caporetto/Korbarid

Trenches at Lagazuoi, overlooking the Passo Falzarego

The Trofane di Rozes and the infamous Casteletto, from Cinque Tori

Trenches on Monte Piano, dug into solid rock at 10,000ft

WW1 artillery on the Via delle Trincee, high above the Fedaia Pass

Harry among the WW1 remains on the Via Ferrata della Trincee

Me on the Via Ferrata della Trincee (Castelli Gabba very good for climbing)

Via Ferrata della Trincee, hard to believe they fought a war up here

Crossing the Marmolada Glacier, en route to Punta Penia (highest peak in the Dolomites)

Harry climbing high above the Marmolada Glacier

How they did it 100 years ago

Me climbing up to Punta Penia

Stunning views from Punta Penia

Artillery on (or in) Monte Pasubio

Descending the Passo Rolle

WW1 fortifications above the Stelvio, where the Front Line met the Swiss border

End of my journey, above the Stelvio, after 650 miles miles and 78,000ft of climbing