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Ski Tour Cortina d'Ampezzo - Tofana
"The 1956 Winter Olympics the first to be broadcast on television took place in the Dolomites’ Cortina d’Ampezzo on the very slopes you will be skiing on this tour: the Pista Olympia (Olympic downhill course); the Pista Vitelli (Olympic giant slalom course); and the Pista “a” Col Druscié (Olympic slalom course). The Tofana Tour offers a variety of slopes; so skiers there are a number of interesting features to explore and enjoy. The run from Pomedes to Rumerlo and the Tofana offer lightning fast slopes set amongst unusual rock formations. Stop for a visit to see the Duca d’Aosta hut – the home of the Olympic flame the black run Vertigine Bianca. For its beauty and steepness it’s one of the two slopes in Cortina which are not beaten by the snowmobiles
From EUR90.00
 
Dolomiti Ski Tour Super8 Lagazuoi and 5 Torri from Cortina d'Ampezzo
"The Ski Tour winds its way around the mountains in an 8-shape along beautiful and varied slopes and can be accessed via the lifts of Bai de Dones and Passo Giau to Passo Falzarego and Armentarola. From Lagazuoi you'll descend into the lovely Hidden Valley through magnificent mountain scenery and finishing with a horse-drawn lift ride. High altitude refuges with panoramic terraces frozen waterfalls and high quality services all contribute to a unique experience which even includes a horse powered ski pull. The Super8 ski tour is a must-do experience when skiing in Cortina
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 Transportation in Calalzo

Train from Venice (and elsewhere) to Calalzo

The best way to reach Calalzo Di Cadore from Venice and other parts of the Veneto region (e.g. Padova, Verona, Belluno) as well as further cities such as Milan is by trains operated by the national...
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Apr 04, 2011

Buses to other towns in the Dolomites

If you want to go to other nearby towns from Calalzo Di Cadore, it is very easy because Dolomitibus operates many regular buses to other towns, especially the famous towns such as Cortina d'Ampezzo....
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Jul 28, 2007

Dolomiti Bus

Dolomiti Bus Lines travels through Calalzo several times per day. From what I understand, the locals use it regularly to travel from one mountain town to another, and believe the frequency could be as...
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mapakettle
Apr 23, 2006

Trenitalia to Calalzo

Easy as pie to get to Calalzo from Padova. The journey took us just over three hours, stopping at every little mud hole along the way. However, in saying that, I found the trip fascinating. Lots of...
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mapakettle
Apr 23, 2006

Getting oriented...where is Calalzo di Cadore?

Look on the left side of the map, find Pieve di Cadore. Calalzo di Cadore is located within a few miles of it.
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mapakettle
Apr 23, 2006
 
 
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