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Eventually came to another Refugio - and at this point John and Tom decided to take this high mountain trail and meet us at the top Refugio, which would be located way up high on a mountain peak. There were lots of people hiking this trail today as it is Saturday and lots of folks are enjoying this lovely day . . It actually look us quite a long time to do this hike as we ...
Lots of discussion as to what to do today. We have two days left here in the Dolomites. Want to get high up one more day. Needed an easier day. Lots of body parts are talking to us. Jojo needs to wear the knee brace. So - after lots and lots of discussion, we decided to take this hike to a waterfall. Seemed like an easier option. Tomorrow we will go rigorous again . . . . And then - it's off to Tuscany and time to roll out ...
... tomorrow. Weather has been great, but clouded up when we reached the summit. First picture is Susan at a town water fountain. Second is me on the decent into Vipiteno. The local clock tower and, finally, Susan and I recuperating at a local establishment trying to regain strength for tomorrow. ...
Time to leave Valle Verde. Decided to give Austria
another try as we are hearing that the weather has improved. However, with low
cloud this morning, there is little point in going over the high Dolomite
Decided to go north through Moena and then west over a lower
pass to Bolzano. As expected, the low cloud made for little viewing of the
Went north to Bressanone but stayed on a ...
... or two before returning to base.
Drove the motorhome into town, parked and took a bus from
the bus station to Passo Falzarego (2110m). From there, we took the cable car
up Lagazuoi (2750m). The views were incredible. From the top station/refugio,
we walked higher, up to the top of Lagazuoi. This whole area was the Austrian
and Italian front line in WW1 and ...