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Colle Del Sommelier, Bardonecchia

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  • For the second time this September we drove the 4x4 track to the Col de Sommelier. The weather was beautiful and the views are stunning including high waterfalls, meadows and moon-like rock-scapes. Th...  more »
  • Breathtaking and unspoiled nature just a few kilometres from the Centre of Turin. Try it ... ... Bardonecchia and its surroundings should be lived 365 days a year.
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  • This hike is one of the best choices in alta Val Susa. Necessary to arrive at the hut Scarfiotti: take a dirt road that starts from the hamlet of Rochemolles, reaches the dam and then you come to the shelter. From there it climbs a sort of bridle-path very bumpy but passable to motorcycles and cars 4 x 4 that after about 10 km or so reaches the Sommeiller and the base of the glacier of the same name. We are a little less than 3000 meters above sea level. From here you can enjoy a fantastic panorama of the Alps. To do absolutely
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  • Isn't hard to reach even though everything on a dirt road but without excessive gradients, this road was built in the years ' 70 to reach the ski slopes of the adjacent glacier built summer place on French territory. There was once a haven, partially demolished by an avalanche and now abandoned that, unfortunately, was demolished during the 2006 Winter Olympics, the place is popular with cyclists, some r Walker, bikers and 4WD saw that the Hill is one of the highest in Europe with its 2,993 meters. Spectacular view on the French side, while melancholy vision of what's left of the glacier Sommeiller.
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