Baita de Mario
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Had another lovely day in paradise, not such a good day weather wise as mostly raining, but still beautiful. In the morning we had an Austria guide to show us around a couple of churches and the city. Another abc of the churches so no more of them. The town of Innsbruck is beautiful a little similar to salzburg. We have fallen in love ...
We spent one week in this cosy and special hotel. We planned every evening with the owner of the hotel where to hike the day after. And every time it was a special experience. We saw a lot of mountain lakes, deers, flowers and the owner one time came with us explaining all about the area: history, geography and bothanic. There are a lot of things to do: clibining, rafting, hiking, MTB tours and mcuh more. ...
... the Bormio side and straight away I knew I was in for a hard climb. It is 20 km long but the problem was the slope. I was working hard and part of the climb was 14%25. The climb was breathtaking, with tunnels of dripping water and waterfalls and high barren peaks. I stopped at the 10 km mark for water and supplies and was basically stuffed then. Pushed on however and then glad a very quick stop another few kms along to get warmer gear on. The last few ...
Today was going to be a riding day but due to traffic and the weather we really just travelled. The scenery was beautiful, majestic alps, mountain tunnels, avalanche tunnels which are only one sided, rolling green hills spotted with cows all sporting the latest in cow bells and fields full of wild flowers all in bloom. As we passed into Switzerland it was decided that we should eat Swiss chocolate as we went through - it is our international duty. We dutifully bought ...
... but then we walked for 5 minutes then it started to rain and we turned back and had a hot chocolate then we headed back down the cable car to the train. We tried again to reach the glacier by walking in from the bottom of the glacier at Monteratsch train station. It was a 50 min walk up hill but it was worth it we had a better view of the water flowing we got to stand on top of a glacier and look down small crevice. The glacier was covered by dirt with thick ice on top ...