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Travel Blogs from Val d'Isère
... back up. Barbara and Laurie were determined to get above the tree line - which we did. Not much more, however. The very top was still a long ways away and our stamina was dwindling . . . This trail is listed as EE - which means very very difficult. We had done enough. And got ourselves plenty of great pictures! Great day in the alps. When we got back home around 4:00, John and Tom were sitting at the table having lunch and a ...
... really nervous about this drive - but with Laurie's patient navigating and Toms navigational skills on his phone - we made it out of the city in good shape! Reached our wonderful agritourismo around noon with a quick stop to pick up some lunch supplies. This place seems really special! There are only six rooms in all and we have four of them. The La Vrille Agritourismo - is located way up in the mountains and our rooms have ...
... carrying a heavy pack. Back down to 600m. Bit irritating to walk for 7 hours and then have to spend another hour trying to find somewhere to sleep. I suppose it would help if I could speak a word or two of Italian. I had an amusing, if frustrating, 'conversation' with an elderly nun who answered the door when I finally located the suggested religious hostel. Eventually I understood that they were for ladies only. Ended up in a central hotel for ...
... but it was a worrying few minutes. Bit of an adrenaline rush. It cannot possibly have been the way I was meant to go given the fuss made of yesterday's innocuous effort. The height gain today was from 892m to 2,479m ie significantly more than climbing Ben Nevis but with a good gradient so didn't seem too bad. Really needed my quota of 2 mars bars to get me to the top though, even with a good ...
After the big climb yesterday it was all basically down hill from our mountain edge loft. And overnight it had snowed. It was freezing when we went to bed in the dormitory but a bit of body heat from the 20 occupants, some rather loud talking and blinding lights and torches, and some consistent snoring from a couple of douche bags (hey jerks you can get that fixed nowadays) and it ended up being ...
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