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Travel Blogs from Prato allo Stelvio
... town and got a bit lost but there on my left was a hotel which looked fine and I turned into the car park and went to find out if they had rooms.
This hotel was extremely high class and perhaps not the place for a hairy biker like myself but sure enough they had rooms and also a secure garage to lock my bike up for the night. The name of the hotel is the "Windsor Hotel" and is well worth its price.
Not sure what I’m doing tomorrow or where I will end up but only time will ...
... 8217;s end there. I get a number of photos and then head back down to the main summit area and then down the other side of the pass towards the village of Gomagoi.
The road down this section is still full of snow at the edges but vehicles have thrown bits of it across the road and so I have to be extremely careful going down these steep slopes. Going over the edge here would almost certainly end in a rather painful death!!
Finally down at Gomagoi and ...
Woke up to snow covered mountains outside and noticing it's a bit chilly this high up, we both were quick to get dressed and get the kettle on. Drove to Zernez down a steep winding road, to get to the tourist information centre as soon as it opened. Our plan today, to go to Switzerlands only National park and go on a hike. The park is world famous for its strictly protected wilderness where flora and fauna can develop freely ...
... lifts and we find ourselves on a small glacier with a red trail marker blaze on the recessional moraine below. We follow the trail blazes over the moraine, and finally reach the Refugio Brentei, our refuge for the night. After a beer, a bowl of delicious pasta, and dinner conversation shared with a young Dutch couple, we fall exhausted into our warm bunks for the night. DAY 9 We hike back down to Madonna Di Campiglio in the morning, just in time to ...
... back through the tunnel we were on our
way. Then we must have driven through another 8-10 tunnels, some as long as
6kms and some of the older ones really dark (I now know what it feels like to
be a mole) but the final few were light & airy modern ones. They do get you
through the mountains a lot quicker but I wonder what we missed seeing?
Apparantly one day each year the Stelvio Pass is closed to