Val Zebrù

Val Zebrù, Bormio: Address, Phone Number, Val Zebrù Reviews: 4.5/5

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inekesg
Walnut Creek, CA145 contributions
Jun 2021 • Family
A nice valley to visit, great views and nice hiking trails. We loved the beautiful trails, the splendid views and the very kind people we met
Written 14 July 2021
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Riccardo F
Como, Italy21 contributions
Aug 2017 • Solo
Monday the 7th, after a night thunderstorm, with sun and fresh air I left Bormio with destination Rifugio V Alpini.
With my bike I entered in Val zebru from San Gottardo, less crowded than Niblogo but a bit longer. Val zebru is always amazing, with rocks, grass and sky which are always with you. I left my bike at Baita Pastori. To here it is an easy good walking for all family. You can find places to eat ( Baite di Campo).
Then I walked up to 2877 mt to Rifugio V Alpini . Wonderful. Track is easily visible and it is a bit steep. But view worth the "sacrifice".
Very good!
Written 9 August 2017
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Peter H
London, England, United Kingdom12 contributions
Jun 2016 • Couples
As well as many wildflowers we saw steinbock and went along an intereesting path which was not too arduous. Seeing avalanches at a distnace was quite awe-inspiring.
Written 5 July 2016
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peterg860
Bormio, Italy32 contributions
Aug 2015
A very enjoyable walk with plenty to see. Lots of wildlife. Mount Zebru is a fantastic sight. Ther areseveral mountain refuges to stop and have food and drink at.
Written 1 July 2016
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rosiekerry
Kerrry35 contributions
Mar 2015 • Friends
We did a day's alpine walk with Giovanni Majori from Meuble Contea. The scenery was spectacular and the walk very invigorating.
Written 13 April 2015
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Mainox
Milan, Italy789 contributions
Sep 2014 • Couples
If you like huge mountains, glaciers, pristine mountain valleys, cute mountain wooden chalets, this is an easy walk for the whole family, which takes you all the way up to the largest glaciers in Europe.
Bring your camera!
Written 9 February 2015
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geoffviking
St Helens, UK482 contributions
Jul 2012 • Couples
My wife and I walked the length of this valley in July 2012. we started our tour around the Ortler by walking from Bormio to Rifugio Campo where we overnighted then next day walked over the Zebru pass to Pizzinni Refuge. It is an unspoilt valley. The refuge only has dormitory accommodation but we were the only people there so exclusive to us!
In the evening the owner was outside with binoculars and telescope which he let me use to observe the deer up on the mountain side.

this is one of remotest and unspoilt valeys in the Stelvio park.
Written 15 August 2012
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