Wellness Hotel Chasa Montana
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A beautiful sunny day! We headed up to Lago di Cancano, a 11km climb from the van. 17 hairpins and 2 tunnels cut through the mountain. At the summit were two stunning lakes. We rode around both of them. There were a few houses up there. Would love to live there! Absolutely spectacular! There ...
... cars, motorcycles, bicycles and people everywhere. The coffee shops were doing a roaring trade. Whilst at the summit, which is at 2980m we decided to take a ride up the two cable cars on to the glacier for a look where people were doing some summer skiing. The drive back down was almost as hairy as the way up, though the traffic was much lighter now. We got the Bambina back in one piece after a most enjoyable drive. Another tick off the bucket list for JK.
We drove to Sondrio (1hr) to go to the special police station to sort out Lis' working visa. They were very helpful but we need to go back again on Thursday. By the time we got back to Bormio the rain had cleared and the sun was shining! We found a camp ground in Valdidentro (10km from Bormio) as we desperately needed a ...
A dreary old day but we decided to head up the Passo Gavia. A 25km climb, mostly in amongst the clouds, to 2678m. For the last two kms we could hardly see each other the cloud was so thick! We stopped at the refuge (which we almost missed because the cloud was so thick!) at the summit for some spaghetti and zuppa (minestrone) before braving it down in ...
Clear blue skies! Mat had to do his first emergency #2! Haha. We dusted off the bikes and hit the road to the Passo della Stelvio. Unfortunately lots of cars and motorbikes had the same idea! But it was a great ride with beautiful views all round. There were heaps of people at the pass! We took some photos, put our warm clothes on ...