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The hike was in one word ‘fabuleuse’. Stunning views whereever you go. However, directions are minimal, to say the best. One advice: take the ‘trou de la bombe’ hike. But be aware that this is the path with the red paint on trees and rocks....More
You can view the Trou from the 1st hill off the car park taking the more northern red path, but its cdefinitely worth the hike up the path and then over the rocks. The last section may have some short cuts but the main route...More
Our son (5) is into hiking and a bit of climbing. So the hike to Trou de la Bombe was fun for him (and us). Especially cool was the last part, where the path got a little steeper and in the end one had to...More
Nice , well marked trial for a whole family!
Crowded place but worth seeing. Good point to see two neighbouring monuntains. Shorter and easier trial marked only with footprints and stone piramids on Punta di San Petru. Excellent views!!!
The hike to the Trou de la Bombe is fairly boring, mainly through forest with little view. the trail is fairly easy to folow and has signs at most of the critical junctions. In the end, the Trou is fairly uninteresting. you can take a...More
We had only half a day and decided to walk the 'Trou de la Bombe' trail. The trail is easy and it was quite busy at the time we did it. At the end, there's the whole in the rock. It's nice and the overlook...More
Nice relaxing hike of around 2.5 hours (go and back) with beautiful scenery. Towards the end the potential to climb the rocks (not recommended for children) for stunning views of the Aguilles de Bavella. Definitely recommend it for a first hike in Corsica.