La Fonte dell'Astore
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... forest. A sign told us that some of the trees were up to 600 years old. Up and over another saddle and we were heading back down towards the campsite. It was a tough walk and we decided that tomorrow’s walk would only have one steep ascent rather than two. We estimated that we had climbed approximately 1300 metres in total over the day.
Sunday 31st May
We did a ridge walk today. Once up on the top of the ridge, ...
... had a second camera ready so that the photographing could continue. The Abbey is simply amazing however not all the ceilings have been finished and these are only cement and do not have paintings on them. I really hope that it is finished one day. We saw where the New Zealand division fought and how close they were including where the 28th Maori Battalion fought through the train station at Cassino. What did we learn today? ...
... Lago Vivo. The first couple of hours were up hill through beech forest with steep limestone cliffs to our left and right. At the top of the ravine, Lago Vivo was a bit of a disappointment – it was more a puddle than a lake. The mountains surrounding the coll however more than made up for it. We walked around the "lake" and stopped for lunch. It was quite cool up at 1600 metres so we didn’t linger. We then headed on. The path took us along the top of ...
... short of food and they would eat from the army garbage. We headed out in the car with a to do list. 1) Sort out the toll fine (unsuccessful- closed on weekends). 2) post box of extra clothes and memorabilia from Gallipoli to home. Was quite a feat achieved I was in the post office about 45min seemed this is used much like post shop at home with banking too. The queue was to outside I was invited in by those waiting when they saw carrying my box to ...
... in the warm sunshine. The path soon started to get steeper though as we hiked to the top of Monte Amaro (1862m). The views over the mountains were glorious, well worth the strenuous and sweaty climb.
Sunday 3rd May
Another glorious day with clear blue skies and no clouds obscuring the tops of the mountains. We set off again up the Val Fondillo but this time our plan was to do a circular walk that would see us trekking up ...