Dolomiti Things to Do

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    The Sella Group from the south
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  • 1. Rifugio Cacciatore

    A must do in the mountains and in the Dolomites in particular is a walk or a hike (if you are more trained than me) and the mountain hut (rifugio) "al Cacciatore" is at an hight of 1800 m You can...

  • 2. Castel Belfort

    If you like medieval castles, this one was built in 1311 and after passing from one family to another, in 1670 a fire destroyed most of it and was rebuilt as a fortress. In 1785 it was abondoned and...

  • 3. Hike en route the dream-path Munich to Venice

    The dream path Munich to Venice is a long-distance route that leads from the Marienplatz in Munich to St Mark's Square in Venice. The German Ludwig Graßler is...

  • 4. Relax after ski

    After a full day of winter sport or a sunny walking day in the summer, it's perfect a stop in a spa!Padola offers u this special opportunity.U have to try...and...

  • 5. hiking

    there are numerous hiking paths in the dolomiti region especially in the alpe di siusi .for those who cannot do long hiking there is regular bus service from...

  • 6. Dolomites in Winter (3)

    The original name of the Dolomites Monti Pallidi (Pale Mountains) is valid as long as the sun stands high on the sky but at sunrise and sunset the pale rocks...

  • 7. Dolomites in Winter

    The Dolomites are attractive all the year round. Most main roads are kept open all the Winter but be prepared that after strong snowfall and wind some roads...

  • 8. "Great Dolomites Road" 2

    The "great Dolomites road" connects Bozen/Bolzano with Cortina d'Ampezzo. It crosses the passes Karerpass (at the famous Rosengarten), Pordoi and Falzarego and...

  • 9. Padola

    Padola lies in the Upper Comelico Valley, close to the Austrian border, in a green valley at the foot of the Croda da Campo and the Ajarnola and surrounded by...

  • 10. Santo Stefano

    Santo Stefano is small, but the road of the Cadore is a pretty place for one short pause. The church in the main public square reflect the syle of this zone....

  • 11. Auronzo

    Auronzo is a pretty little town on a like that in winter is completely iced ....the center is developed along the main road and will be able to find many stores...

  • 12. Great Dolomites Road 1

    The pic shows you the view from passo Pordoi down to Arabba from where a road goes to the left (to passo Campolongo) while the Great Dolomies Road continues to...

  • 13. Langkofel group

    The picture shows the Langkofel (Sasslonch in Ladin, Sassolungo in Italian) from the Sella pass which is one of the most visited passes in the whole Dolomites....

  • 14. Cortina d'Ampezzo and surroundings

    Cortina is the biggest village in the Dolomites and its most famous summer and winter resort (was hosting the Winter Olympics in 1956). It is embedded in a...

  • 15. A walk around Drei Zinnen - Tre Cime

    It is seen as a must by most visitors and it is very easy. From Misurina lake a quite expensive toll road leads to Rifugio Auronzo at the southern foot of this...

  • 16. Sellajoch 2

    The both dominating mountains here are the Langkofrel group and the Sella massif . Only a few minutes walk away from the hundreds of cars parking around the...

  • 17. tre cime

    Desde el lago Misurina se coge una carretera de Peaje que nos deja en el Parking del Refugio Auronzo. Desde Ahi se hace un recorrido a pie muy sencillo aunque...

  • 18. Original souvenirs

    Walking through Val Gardena, you will see many lovely shops selling these products, some are actually workshops where you get to see the carving process, too,...

  • 19. Wood Carving Capitol

    Val Gardena area is densely populated with wood carvers. I guess it's because until recently they were practically cut off the rest of the world during winter...

  • 20. In summer you can take many...

    In summer you can take many walks through the woods or over the mountains because there are a lot of paths. You can ride a mountainbike or take a horse and go...

  • 21. Passo Falzarego

    One of the highlights of the Great Dolomites Road. Funicular to Lagazuoi with great views, from here over the Valparola pass to Val Badia or down to Cortina...

  • 22. Misurina lake 2

    The largest lake in the Dolomites was used for the speed skating competitions under the Winter Olympics 1956 in Cortina d'Ampezzo.

  • 23. Marmolata - the Queen of the Dolomites

    The Marmolata is he highest top in the Dolomites and other than most other mountains here the Marmolata carries a remarkable glacier.

  • 24. Sellajoch - Passo di Sella - Joef da Sela

    This is one of the most visited passes in the whole Dolomites offering incredible far and near views in all directions.

  • 25. In winter you can go skiing or...

    In winter you can go skiing or snowboarding. There are many ski slope around the mountains and some circular tracks.

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