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The Best Hiking in Auronzo di Cadore

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  • Auronzo di Cadore, Italy

    Hike the Tre Cime di Lavaredo Loop

    6.75 mi / 1200 ft gain
    This is a spectacular and majestic undertaking, completely different from hiking it in the summer. In the winter, you can hike or snowshoe and witness the amazing, expansive views of snowcapped mountain peaks. The contrast between the dark mountains and the pure white snow is breath-taking and ab...
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  • Auronzo di Cadore, Italy

    Hike the Tre Cime Di Lavaredo Loop

    5.0
    6.3 mi / 1105 ft gain
    The famous Italy Dolomites are littered with numerous great hikes to showcase them, however, this trail is the cream of the crop. It will not disappoint. You have the option of hiking up to Rifugio Auronzo from Misurina, which is detailed out here. The other option that makes it easier if you're ...
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  • Auronzo di Cadore, Italy

    Hike to Rifugio Auronzo & The Three Peaks in the Dolomites

    8.7 mi / 1935.7 ft gain
    You start this easy hike from just before the toll road station on the road up from Misurina to Rifugio Auronzo. As you are looking towards the peaks and the trail starts on the right side of the road. The first part of the route takes you through some forest and across a couple of streams before...
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  • Misurina, Italy

    Photograph The Dolomites Near Misurina

    The Dolomites in this area are absolutely stunning, and you can pair these massive mountains well in pictures with small towns like Auronzo, Reane, and Misurina. It may be a bit cold, but going in October or later will allow you to see the mountains with some snow sprinkled among the peaks. If y...
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  • Cortina d'Ampezzo, Italy

    Hike to Lago Di Sorapis & Rifugio Vandelli In The Dolomites

    7.1 mi / 1148.3 ft gain
    The hike to Lake Sorapis and Rifugio Vandelli is a nice day hike for all abilities of hiker. The trail starts from the roadside, on the road that leads from Cortina d'Ampezzo to Misurina. You'll see a gravel area at the side of the road where you can park - but get there early in the high season ...
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  • Cortina d'Ampezzo, Italy

    Croda Da Lago Circut

    7.8 mi / 1148 ft gain
    Brass Tax Hiking tracks: 437, 434, 435 Distance: 7.8 miles  / 12.5 km  - 759 meter elevation change. Time: 7+ hours Difficulty: Moderate/difficult Stay: Rifugio Palmieri Things to Note: Trails in the Dolomites are defined by numbers. You will also notice in your planning that there are also tra...
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  • Braies, Italy

    Hike or Run the Alta Via 1 in the Dolomites

    5.0
    93.2 mi / 26250 ft gain
    The Alta Via 1 is the definite trail through the Italian Dolomites, showcasing some of the most scenic terrain in all of the Alps. It begins at Lago di Braies and ends in the town Belluno, covering 150 kilometers and over 26,000' of elevation gain.Unlike backpacking or fastpacking in the United S...
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  • Braies, Italy

    Hike and Canoe at Lago Di Braies

    4.0
    2.2 mi
    Starting at the Hotel Lago Di Braies, you have the option to loop around the lake to hiker's left or right. To the left is the local dock, while to the right is a chapel and barn. Either way, you will end up where you started no longer than an hour and a half later. Once you are done with the loo...
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  • Braies, Italy

    Hike around Lago Di Braies

    5.0
    2.2 mi / 80 ft gain
    Only an hour and a half from Bolzano, or an hour from Cortina d'Ampezzo, (my home base while in the Dolomites), Lago Di Braies is a must do half day trip. This popular destination is known for it's beautiful blue water and towering surrounding peaks and it does not disappoint. Most only see the p...
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  • Braies, Italy

    Explore Pragser Wildsee

    4.0
    2.2 mi / 400 ft gain
    Pragser Wildsee, also known as Lago di Braies, lies in a mostly German-speaking area of northern Italy close to the border with Austria. This glacial blue lake is surrounded by towering mountains and thick evergreen forests, which can be experienced on the 2.2-mile loop trail or Alta Via 1 trail....
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  • Cortina d'Ampezzo, Italy

    Hike to Lago Limides

    1.6 mi / 426.5 ft gain
    Lago Limides is a small alpine lake on the Falzarego Pass in the Italian Dolomites, not far from Cortina d'Ampezzo.For this hike, we parked at the Falzarego Lagazuoi cable car station, and followed the trail on the opposite side of the road. The trail is a narrow dirt trail, but it's easy to foll...
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  • Barcis, Italy

    Hike to Sentiero del Dint

    1.9 mi / 1722.4 ft gain
    The colors of the water of this lake alone, from green to blue, a great reason to plan a trip to this magical place. But, you shouldn't miss out on the opportunity to follow the Dint Path, a trail through the woods near the Forra del Cellina Nature Reserve.The main path is easily accessible from ...
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  • Corvara in Badia, Italy

    Hike from Rifugio Pisciadu to Rifugio Franz Kostner via Piz Boè

    5.4 mi / 2099.7 ft gain
    If you're planning a trip to the Dolomites, you simply must plan a hut-to-hut hike.Last year I did a number of multi-day hikes from hut to hut, and this one definitely has to be one of the most dramatic.I've already shared the first day of the adventure in this post, so today I'm going to share t...
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  • Corvara in Badia, Italy

    Climb The Brigata Tridentina Via Ferrata

    2.5 mi / 2316.3 ft gain
    If you want to add a via ferrata on to your itinerary for the Dolomites, then the Pisciadù Via Ferrata (also known as Brigata Tridentina Klettersteig) is one of the best. A Dolomites classic! This VF is easily accessible from the village of Colfosco, on the Passo Gardena mountain pass, with a sma...
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  • Santa Cristina Valgardena, Italy

    Hike from Col Raiser to Seceda in the Dolomites

    Seceda is one of the most famous (and most photographed) spots in all of the Italian Dolomites. This summer I decided to finally visit it to see if it was really worth the hype, and to see if there was a way to escape the worst of the crowds.Most tourists visit Seceda from Ortisei, taking the cab...
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  • San Pellegrino, Italy

    Hike from Passo San Pelligrino to Rifugio Mulaz

    8.7 mi / 3858.3 ft gain
    The hike from Passo San Pellegrino to Rifugio Mulaz is stage seven of the incredible Alta Via 2 multi-day hut-to-hut trek in the Dolomites, which starts in Brixen/Bressanone and ends in Croce d’Aune north of Venice. This challenging but stunning hike is full of incredible scenery, where lush gree...
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