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Dolomiti Ski Tour - Sellaronda from Cortina d'Ampezzo
"We will reach Corvara with a boarderline’s shuttle. From Corvara we are able to enter Sella Ronda directly. We go up to Gardena and take the Dantercepies run down to Wolkenstein in Gardena Valley. In the middle of the village we enter the gondola up to t we then go down-hill to the Lupo Bianco hut a nice place to take a break.The gondola gets you in the main ski area of Canazei. Then you're off on an 8km (4.5 mi) long run to Arabba. Soon it gets really steep; beginners can take a less steep passing route that runs beside this. Then a lift brings will bring you back to Corvara and Colfosco and after a short and wide run and with the next chairlift you reach a bear hut. Fro you can see the Marmolada.Then the tour goes on with the next run to the lift station short behind the Campologno pass. A chairlift takes you up to the Crep de Munt on the direct run to Corvara.""""The ski tour of the four Dolomite Passes around the Sella Massif is one of the most spectacular in the world. The tour can be done easily in one day
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Dolomiti and First World War Sites Ski Tour from Cortina d'Ampezzo
"The centre point of the First World War ski tour is the symbolic mountain of the 1st world war Mount Col di Lana. The 80 km (49 mi) tour takes you around this mountain. Everywhere you will find traces of World War 1: artefacts from the war era trenches running right through the rocks parapet walks and forts. At the Cinque Torri the Italian trenches can be seen and on the Lagazuoi you can visit the Austrian machine gun post and just below it the guard post with the officers’ shack with skis at its feet. The Armentarola slope is one of the most fascinating environments of the Dolomites. At the bottom
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Dolomiti Ski Tour - Sellaronda from Cortina d'Ampezzo
"We will reach Corvara with a boarderline’s shuttle. From Corvara we are able to enter Sella Ronda directly. We go up to Gardena and take the Dantercepies run down to Wolkenstein in Gardena Valley. In the middle of the village we enter the gondola up to t we then go down-hill to the Lupo Bianco hut a nice place to take a break.The gondola gets you in the main ski area of Canazei. Then you're off on an 8km (4.5 mi) long run to Arabba. Soon it gets really steep; beginners can take a less steep passing route that runs beside this. Then a lift brings will bring you back to Corvara and Colfosco and after a short and wide run and with the next chairlift you reach a bear hut. Fro you can see the Marmolada.Then the tour goes on with the next run to the lift station short behind the Campologno pass. A chairlift takes you up to the Crep de Munt on the direct run to Corvara.""""The ski tour of the four Dolomite Passes around the Sella Massif is one of the most spectacular in the world. The tour can be done easily in one day
From EUR135.00

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South Tyrol Museum of Archaeology - Oetzi

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Piazza Walther

Piazza Walther is the main square in the old town of Bolzano. Completed in 1808, it was originally named to commemorate King Maximilian of Bavaria, then renamed in honor of Archduke Joseph Ferdinand,...
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