Address: 9 via Castello, Campo Tures, Campo Tures, Trentino-Alto Adige, 39032, Italy | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Campo Tures

Hiking and a little indulgence

A travel blog entry by eyork on Sep 04, 2015

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You wouldn't believe it! We've bumped into our Aussie friends again, fourth time! There are three vans parked where we are and they are one of them! What are the chances?! We put our hiking boots on and headed on a hike up to Prolongia. The weather wasn't bad, patchy blue sky, but it was cold up the top! Stunning 360deg views of the Dolomites. We hiked for four hours. In ...

Cycling in the Dolomites

A travel blog entry by eyork on Sep 01, 2015

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... days isn't great so we wanted to make the most of the sunshine! We rode a 50km loop (1600m of climbing) over 4 passes - the Gardina, Sella, Pordoi and Campolongo. It was fun! Unplanned but very enjoyable :) We found somewhere to park for the night, cooked up some dinner and enjoyed the view over Corvara and the ...

A week in the Dolomites

A travel blog entry by beemerdave on Aug 23, 2015

36 photos

... of the day. Tuesday the forecast called for light rain, but Janet and Dave took to the high roads for a tour of several of the passes and villages west of Cortina. Many of the high peaks were shrouded in clouds, but overall the views were still captivating. Entering the Alta Badia region about 25km away, they passed though wonderful sweepers and serpentine roads leading to the ski resort town of Covara (and site of the World Cup downhill races), then into Arabba for lunch. On the ...

The Grossglockner

A travel blog entry by beemerdave on Aug 22, 2015

23 photos

... of 300 mountains and 246 glaciers, of which the Grossglockner is the tallest peak in Austria. This magnificent road goes through the Fusher Tall, a lush, green valley, up and over the peaks of the Grossglockner Pass with its series of switchbacks and serpentine roads. We stopped at the top of Edelweiss Spitz amid a crowd of motorcycles, cars and the ...

Break pumping our way through mountain roads

A travel blog entry by 4inworld on Aug 18, 2015

1 comment, 17 photos

... decided to stay for three weeks - that’s how perfect the apartment, the temperature and the town was. Plus there was so much to do! Not to mention we were looking forward to not doing another road trip for a while.

So I mentioned that there was a lot of outdoorsy stuff to do. So…so much to do…well let me expand on that….

Hagan and Wade went white water rafting.

Quinn and Wade did a very high expert ropes course - some of ...