This pass was, well a paved sheep trail. Whether found by the Romans or just following an ancient wildlife trail the ride under the conditions was a definite challenge. The "road" seemed more fit for mountain biking than motorized transport. There was one bicyclist and a couple of hikers struggling across in the opposite direction. There seemed to be a local landscape co van whose driver seems to be a bit annoyed with the driver of another car and he spared no time or traction trying to pass the auto on this narrow path to arrive at a home a few miles after the pass.