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... br> Onwards and upwards and its getting colder by the mile. Snow is now all around and many parts of the road have packed ice along it so I need to take great care getting up this pass.
Every inch of the way I watch the satnav counting down the kilometres but they just never seem to be getting any less.
After a long hard slog I finally arrive at the hotel I plan to stay in right at the top of the pass and right under the Dolomites.
I stayed here last ...
... the magical Bernina Pass.
Just like the Preda Pass this pass is shared by road and railway but unlike the Preda Pass this pass is much more open with rivers and lakes all along the way.
Unlike most passes in the Alps this pass has a rather strange feel to it. It makes its way up into the mountains just like most but at one point one comes out into one massive open space which almost looks like a rocky beach. There are large stones everywhere. It is ...
... scenery, paid the €24 and went to the top car park, the little Peugeot nearly blew a valve. Walked around up top, but being on slippery ice next to steep slopes is not my idea of fun, we looked around and went into the lovely town of Misurina and had lunch. Back to our Hotel to plan the next part of the journey. Been pretty lucky with the weather and roads as we don't have snow chains at all. Another great day on our ...
... remain in our hearts as our favorite European city. We were awed by the northern city of Bolzano and so thankful we got to experience the Dolomites. We were enchanted by the magic of the lakes, especially Lake Como, with low-lying clouds, misty mornings, twinkling evening lights. Everywhere, we were treated with kindness -- and treated to the most fabulous food, especially pasta, and wine.
To enjoy all of ...
... we made a map
reading error at this point and walked a good 4km extra. Got back to the
campsite exhausted around six pm. definitely walked too far today!
Returned to the double chairlift at Castelir - took the motorhome this time! Walked from
the top of the lift up to the refugio at Passo do Lusia. The refugio was closed
but we sat and watched an alpine bike race go ...