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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
 
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
From EUR135.00

More Things to Do in Gruppo della Marmolada

Marmolada, the top of the top

Okay, this is the top of the top, above this you cannot go, unless you can walk on air.Taking the time to visit is well worth it for the views. But make sure that anyone who goes and is bothered by...
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Martin_S.
Aug 05, 2015

Skiing

The Marmolada Glacier is part of the Ski Dolomiti area, so if you are staying anywhere in that area and you have a "superski" pass that will cover the gondolas to get you up to the top of the...
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robvirtour
Jan 13, 2008

View east from Marmolada

Looking east from the peak of Marmolada you can see the green valleys and also the access road that leads you to the cable car. The lake is quite large, several kilometers long in fact. The roads are...
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Martin_S.
Oct 12, 2003

View west from Marmolada

Looking out toward the west from Marmolada you can see once again the green valleys below. The contrasts between this peak you are on and what you see below sort of takes your breath away. It sort of...
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Martin_S.
Oct 12, 2003

Third stage cable car finish

This is the enormous building that sits on top of the mountain to anchor the cable car. It aslo has a restaurant and changing rooms for skiers.Inside the building there is also a religious shrine that...
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Martin_S.
Oct 12, 2003

Going up, looking down from middle of 3rd stage

As you go up from the second to third stages you start to pass over some snow fields and the die hard summer skiers, yes you still have skiing, even in July... But just look at the contrast between...
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Martin_S.
Oct 12, 2003
 
 
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Going up, looking toward top of 3rd stage

This is the view between the second stage stop and the top. You notice your first snow and NO MORE GREEN. The only green you will see here is the people who get motion sickness with the swaying of the...
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Martin_S.
Oct 12, 2003

Going up, looking down from top of stage 2

You are now getting above almost all the surrounding mountains, the view is starting to really get fantastic. We are looking in a southernly direction and on a clear day you can see Venice and the...
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Martin_S.
Oct 12, 2003

Going up, start stage 2

This is the beginning of the second stage on your way to the top and it is also the shortest, you can see the top of the second stage. At this point the mountain still has shades of green on it, aside...
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Martin_S.
Oct 12, 2003

Going up, top stage 1

Here you can see the ground station from the first station. Remember all those cars you could see in the previous picture, well you can't see them now because they are too small. The structure from...
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Martin_S.
Oct 12, 2003

View of glacier lake from Marmolada

This is a pretty decent view of a glacial lake on the western slopes of Marmolada, even from this distance it looks cold and uninviting.
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Martin_S.
Oct 12, 2003

Going up.....NO -------ON TOP

Well it took us about 20 minutes to get from the bottom to the top. Two transfers, three cable cars, but finally here we are on top of Marmolada.
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Martin_S.
Oct 12, 2003

Going up, middle stage 1

This is your view as you start up the cable from the ground station to the first station on the mountain, if you look closely you can see at what an angle the cable is at.
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Martin_S.
Oct 12, 2003

Top 5 Gruppo della Marmolada Writers

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"Marmolada "The" Mountain"
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"Eszter's Marmolada Page"
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