Hotel La Montanara
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... grade. Excellent! Boys happy and Girls happy (for now). So we booked on to the Grade 3 Via Ferrata Col Rodella at 1:30pm with local guide Renato. Then it was back to the caravan for some sunbathing and an early lunch. After lunch we met up with Renato at the Col Rodella Cable Car just round the corner from our campsite and got kitted out in harness and helmets, then it was into the Cable Car and swiftly up out ...
... and arrived in Canazei in the 'siesta hour' so everywhere was quiet. We wandered a bit and then decided only 'mad dogs and English men' are stupid enough to wander about at lunchtime so we stopped at an outdoor terrace bar and had 'due bicchieri di vino bianco'. Foxes & Corries - you would of been proud of us just chilling for a bit and not going at a hundred miles an hour trying to fit in as much as possible! (We did have to ...
... it was off the Motorway and up again into the Dolomites. It's strange passing all the skiing slopes in mid summer, especially the Olympic Ski Jumps. We also passed a massive Road Cycle Race, fortunately on the other side as the Peloton was huge and there was no way to get past it. After about an hour of driving through the mountains we reached the campsite at Campitello di Fassa. 194 Miles but still a 7 Hour drive, completed safely anyway. ...
Today we took a trip up from 262m above sea level (Bolzano) to 1220m above via cable car. The photos unfortunately do not do the views justice. We spent a few hours wandering along amazing walking paths. This is a place that deserves a few days stop in anyone's itinary. We bought return cable car tickets and turned down the add on of a train ...
... rocks go for miles and miles. The ski lifts go right up over the rocks and are so high off the ground, the ride would not be for the faint of heart. The rocks are a white and light brown color with little to no vegetation on most of them. From below the jagged rocks look razer sharp so I can't believe what they would look like up close.
It was quite cold at the summit with another ski lift going even higher to the tip top ...