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Come have a close look at this wonder, without a doubt one of the most beautiful, powerful and astonishing gifts from our planet… Are they rocks or clouds? Are they true or the products of a dream?
Dino Buzzati, The Glass Mountains, 1956
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July 3, returns one of the highlights of summer in the Dolomites, the Maratona dles Dolomites, the most popular ciclistia marathon that estimates a pa ...More >

The 36th edition of the Transcivetta Karpos is a non-competitive couple foot race starting in Taibon Agordino and arriving at Piani di Pezzè in Alleghe. ...More >

Dolomites, jewels among
the UNESCO World Heritage Sites

Nine zones of outstanding universal value

Pelmo and Croda da Lago

Pelmo and Croda da Lago

The mountain system of Pelmo and Croda da Lago overlooks from its imposing height a vast strip of land stretching from Monte Penna to the Giau Pass in the province of Belluno, and its rocky fortresses and pinnacles tell a thousand-year-old-story...More >

Marmolada

Marmolada

The Marmolada, imposing and sparkling, rises in solitude in the center of the Pale Mountains, between the territory of Val di Fassa in Trentino and the Cordevole valley in the Bellunese. A panoramic terrace and the largest glacier in the Dolomites...More >

Pale di San Martino and San Lucano, Dolomiti Bellunesi and Vette Feltrine

Pale di San Martino and San Lucano, Dolomiti Bellunesi and Vette Feltrine

This vast and dramatically beautiful area, somewhat resembling a horseshoe in shape, offers a varied landscape made of unspoilt areas and narrow valleys, pastures and pinnacles, between the provinces of Belluno and Trento...More >

Dolomiti Friulane and of Oltrepiave

Dolomiti Friulane and of Oltrepiave

This vast mountain system offers an unusually magnificent scenery. The fourth group, located in the region of Friuli Venezia Giulia, is the wildest and the most unspoiled of the nine and shows off all its mysterious beauty in the silent valleys and imposing ramparts...More >

Dolomiti Settentrionali

Dolomiti Settentrionali

The largest of the nine areas making up the Dolomites UNESCO World Heritage Site stretches between the provinces of Belluno and Bolzano and includes renowned mountain ranges, beautiful Alpine tarns and high pinnacles rising from rocky plateaus containing fossils...More >

Puez - Odle

Puez - Odle

Located in the region of South Tyrol, this sixth area is the best example of typical Dolomite Landscape: pale colored imposing massifs, jagged peaks, rocky ramparts, karst plateaus, crystal clear tarns, thick dark forests, lush green pastures...More >

Sciliar-Catinaccio and Latemar

Sciliar-Catinaccio and Latemar

Among the most complex and beautiful of the Dolomites, this system rises between the provinces of Bolzano and Trento. Its distinctive, exceptionally beautiful mountain shapes with sharp pointed peaks, jagged towers and vast rocky faces changing color at the sunset are famous all over the world...More >

Bletterbach Gorge

Bletterbach Gorge

Quite different from the other areas, this canyon is located in South Tyrol, south of Bolzano. The deep gorge carved by a river over the millennia is like an illustrated book of the geological history of the Dolomites...More >

Dolomiti di Brenta

Dolomiti di Brenta

This dramatic mountain range, the last one included as part of the Dolomites UNESCO World Heritage Site and the only one rising west of the Adige River in the Trentino region, forms an isolated cathedral of Dolomite bedrock shaped into sharp pinnacles...More >

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