Day 13: 22 July 2019
A climb to Colle d’Egua before a long descent to Carcoforo.
Carcoforo appears as a dense network of stone roofs. Once in the town it is pretty, with some Walser buildings.
Lunch was cold meats and cheese.
The next stage is described as long and challenging. Rather than spend the afternoon in Carcoforo, I decided to start the next stage. Two water points along the way offered potential places to stop and camp.
There was nowhere to camp. The second water point was at a goat farm with a guard dog. He merely growled as I passed, but made it clear stopping was not welcome.
As I was making good time I continued to Rima.
Rima is pretty and prosperous. It is higher than many villages which gives it a good view.