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Trou de la Bombe

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Col de Bavella, Zonza, Corsica France
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tonymchale9 wrote a review Jun 2019
Dublin, Ireland25 contributions6 helpful votes
Left from Zonza at 10.30 and arrived at 11. Got parking (€4) and went on the hike. It took about 1 h 45 min in total and was a fairly easy hike. Really enjoyable!
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Date of experience: June 2019
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traveller_constant wrote a review Sep 2018
London, United Kingdom412 contributions215 helpful votes
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The start of the walk isn’t easy to find - either start from a fire road behind the lower restaurants, or follow the route from the top car park. Both end up at the same place. This was mostly a fairly easy walk on well-marked forest paths (follow red/orange marks initially, then red only), and took us 2hrs for the return trip, excluding a stop at a viewpoint for a picnic lunch. Be warned that the last part includes some steep rocky scrambles, not too tricky going up but needing care going down. However, you can still see the “trou” from lower down if that isn’t for you. On a sunny autumn day good walking trainers (rather than boots) were sufficient and probably better for the scrambles. We didn’t feel we needed walking poles, but there are several uneven areas of roots or rocks on route so some walkers may find them useful.
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Date of experience: September 2018
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Kiem T wrote a review Aug 2018
Bennebroek, The Netherlands22 contributions6 helpful votes
Impressive Bavella mountains and a great hike to the Trou de la Bombe. Nice walk through the woods until you reach the Trou. Then it's a challenging climb over rocks to reach the Trou the la Bombe. Spectacular view from the hole. Paid parking place at the beginning of the trail. Easy to follow road marks to the Trou de la Bombe.
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Date of experience: July 2018
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drjoe403 wrote a review Jul 2018
Rotterdam, The Netherlands2 contributions
Great mountain area with very good activities like canyoning. The canyoning is very good and great fun.
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Date of experience: July 2018
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wirre2018 wrote a review Jun 2018
Groningen, The Netherlands1 contribution4 helpful votes
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. And with red, I mean red only. NOT RED AND WHITE. DO NOT FOLLOW THE RED AND WHITE. THIS IS THE GR20 AND IT WILL GET YOU LOST. If you see orange, blue or yellow combinated with the red, ignore it. Follow the red, but not the red/white.When you see the sign that it’s 15mn to RED, take it, it will get you to ‘Le Trou’. The climbing is tough. The hike in total will take 3 hours, inclusing rests to enjoy the view, start early, don’t take kids with you, have water, good shoes, and have enough battery in your camera/ phone. Enjoy!
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Date of experience: June 2018
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