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We have returned to Italy after having a week of family time in London with David, Laura and baby Lucas. Our objective was to reach Trento and to visit the north-east corner of Italy. This region is home to the majestic Dolomites, a mountain range in the northern Italian Alps, numbering 18 peaks which rise to above 3,000 metres and cover 141,903 ha. It borders Austria and features some of the most beautiful mountain landscapes anywhere, with ...
... would not grip like Transalps
down this pass just seemed to go on forever but finally after about 30 or so km
I finally arrived at the town of St Peter which told me I was getting near the
motorway to Bolzano. However I just went on following the satnav and then
realised I had set it up to avoid the motorway and take me over yet another
single track road pass through the town of Kastelruth.
little pass generally ...
... t come out all that great because of the glare from the windows but hopefully you can get an idea! We will be here for only one night and tomorrow we are heading to Lake Garda in the Northern region of Italy. Lake Garda is the largest lake in Northern Italy and we are really looking forward to it! It is also getting quite chilly here so I am ready to head for a little warmer weather! I was very ...
Next stop was Brusio, well actually it was Campocalongo which is just over the Swiss border. Sharon's great grandmother came from this area and she was keen to search around and see if there were any signs of the Polla family still there. We didn't have to look far. Polla seems like it is a very big family, or series of families in Brusio and Campocalongo. Polla builders seemed to ...
... did a fair bit of clambering to get towards the area we were heading for, where we took a rest stop while Erin set out to make measurements of rock surfaces.
Once we started off again we soon came to Plan da la Gesa (2400m) another flatter area where we saw and heard mammuts. We spotted a clear path going up that matched the map so we followed it. Thankfully it was much easier to walk on and we made good progress to the pass. We had ascended to ...