Trou de la Bombe

Trou de la Bombe, Zonza: Address, Trou de la Bombe Reviews: 4.5/5

Trou de la Bombe
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tonymchale9
Dublin, Ireland25 contributions
Jun 2019 • Couples
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!
Written June 14, 2019
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traveller_constant
London, UK424 contributions
Sep 2018 • Couples
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.
Written September 23, 2018
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Kiem T
Bennebroek, The Netherlands22 contributions
Jul 2018 • Family
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.
Written August 17, 2018
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drjoe403
Rotterdam, The Netherlands2 contributions
Jul 2018 • Family
Great mountain area with very good activities like canyoning. The canyoning is very good and great fun.
Written July 30, 2018
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wirre2018
Groningen, The Netherlands1 contribution
Jun 2018 • Couples
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!
Written June 2, 2018
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D L
Los Angeles, CA6 contributions
Jul 2017 • Couples
Easy stroll that turns into more enjoyable/challenging rocky scramble. Views along the way are fantastic. Highly recommend climbing up the final section for epic views out to the sea!
Written July 18, 2017
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grayb
Coventry192 contributions
Jan 2017 • Couples
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 is up through a rock squeeze and over a pretty easy drop down. Then the final climb up is at about 75 degrees and maybe about 20metres for the precious view of the sea. Little kids make it look so easy !
Written January 5, 2017
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Sam S
Rapperswil, Switzerland123 contributions
Oct 2016 • Family
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 do some climbing. Nice landscapes along the way - even if you miss out on the last climbs. You can see the hole in the mountain without having to climb. Young kids have to have been hiking a bit. Restaurant at the parking space.
Written October 12, 2016
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Myca M
10 contributions
Jul 2016 • Family
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!!!
Written August 17, 2016
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tibbrit2
Tiburon, CA92 contributions
Sep 2015 • Couples
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 circular return trip to the car park at the Aiguiles
Written October 26, 2015
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