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... we add our stones to a couple. We also saw this in Nepal - for good luck, I think. It is not too long before we round a corner and a whole different vista opens up. Now I am enthused. The views are stunning and the air is clear, so we see great distances. This is also where we meet our first hikers and discover a very icy section of the trail. Luckily it is short lived and with care we make it safely (while trying not to look to our ...
... Lunch is at a small restaurant just outside Cortina on the way to Misurina. We have a nice lunch. My main is Nettle lasagna which is green like spinach and wrapped in a fat crepe. Bob has soup and pasta. Then we cross the road and begin a short hike (for us, 2 hours is short). We are immediately walking straight uphill for longer than I would have liked. Fortunately we soon level off. Most of the hike turns out to be just above the tree line (fir lower, larch ...
... closed. So Jack suggests a drive to Misurina. The road is very windy (which ones aren't!) and we go over Passo Tre Croci (1809 m) before arriving at Misurina. Jack decides the men are going to stop and have a beer while the women walk around the lake (what's with that, anyways?). I attempt to catch some of the conversation between Doreen, Danilla and Luisa - a bit about truffle hunting and what is a typical NA ...
We headed here originally to fit in a 6 hour Via Ferrata route. This didn't happen as the alarm woke us up at 7am and both of us groaned in agony after two days of punishment….not helped by a day of bike park action in Cortina bike park – 1000metres of downhill fun and games including roots, berms, rocks, drops, jump offs and serious amounts of loose earth! Nothing less than a red route on offer….great! We went for the 'cheaper’ option ...
... off for this trip, chatting to Stu and Buckers about how great it is on past climbing trips and borrowing the stuff off of Stu. For those that have no idea what it is (that included me until May!) Via Ferrata literally means 'iron route' which explains it well. Originally built during WW1, it is a series of iron staples, hooks, iron wires and ladders that scale over and round the Dolomites. These paths allowed the soldiers to reach parts of the mountains that otherwise would not ...
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