The fascination of the Dolomites is known the world over. Whether you are a mountain enthusiast, an experienced skier, hiker or cyclist, the call of these mountains will not go unheard. Snow-capped peaks, crystal clear lakes, pristine valleys and endless forests: nature is here!!!
To those who ask me: “Why do you go to the mountains?” I answer: “If you ask me, you’ll never know.
Le Tre Cime di Lavaredo
The Tre Cime di Lavaredo are probably the most famous mountains in the entire Dolomites: three ‘fingers’ rising vertically towards the sky. The Cima Grande, the central one, touches 2999 metres and is considered one of the most beautiful walls by climbers. No effort is required to admire such beauty, in fact the base of the peaks is easily reached by car to the Auronzo Refuge.
The Queen of the Dolomites, the highest peak and largest glacier in the Dolomites. An impressive 3343 metres high, it can be reached by a fast cable car departing from Malga Ciapela (open seasonally in summer and winter) from where you can enjoy a magnificent panorama.
Il lago di Misurina
Lake Misurina is a natural basin located at 1754 metres above sea level with a perimeter of over 2.5 kilometres. The lake, with its crystal-clear waters and a maximum depth of 5 metres, has very special microclimatic characteristics that make it a very suitable place for the treatment of asthma sufferers, especially children.
I Serrai di Sottoguda
A canyon about 2.5 kilometres long between deep walls created by erosion over millennia by the Pettorina torrent. Almost completely destroyed by the 2018 storm, they will be reopened from summer 2024.
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