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The Dolomites are widely considered as being the most beautiful mountains in the world and among the most spectacular mountain landscapes. 

The Dolomites will leave you speechless whenever you visit, whether it’s your first time there or your 100th – you’ll always find it just as breath-taking.

Their intrinsic beauty derives from a variety of spectacular vertical forms such as pinnacles, spires and towers, with contrasting horizontal surfaces as ledges and crags.

They rise imperviously and abruptly above rock debriefs and gentle foothills. In the past they were called Pale Mountains for the characteristic bare pale colored surfaces, which provide a contrast with the green forests and reflect magically the sun light at dawn and sunset.

Massifs such as the Sassolungo and Sciliar are coral reefs that formed in the subtropical ocean during the Paleozoic Era: each mountain in the Dolomites has its story to tell.

The site of the Dolomites includes a wide mountain range in the northern Italian Alps, numbering 18 peaks which rise to above 3,000 meters and some of the rock cliffs rise more than 1,500 m.

Among the amazing spots you can find here, worthy to be mentioned ones are Brenta Dolomites (Western side), Le Tre Cime di Lavaredo, Ampezzo Dolomites, the Marmolada, and Sella group. 

Useless to say that Dolomites are a paradise for mountain sports: from skiing during winter to hiking, via ferrata, climbing and MTB during the summer. The diversity and quality of the routes and trails will blow your mind!

If the altitudes scare you, try the limpid waters of the torrents and lakes by canyoning, rafting, and canoeing.

Come to the Dolomites and live an unforgettable vacation in one of the most suggestive places on earth.

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About

The Dolomites are widely considered as being the most beautiful mountains in the world and among the most spectacular mountain landscapes. 

The Dolomites will leave you speechless whenever you visit, whether it’s your first time there or your 100th – you’ll always find it just as breath-taking.

Their intrinsic beauty derives from a variety of spectacular vertical forms such as pinnacles, spires and towers, with contrasting horizontal surfaces as ledges and crags.

They rise imperviously and abruptly above rock debriefs and gentle foothills. In the past they were called Pale Mountains for the characteristic bare pale colored surfaces, which provide a contrast with the green forests and reflect magically the sun light at dawn and sunset.

Massifs such as the Sassolungo and Sciliar are coral reefs that formed in the subtropical ocean during the Paleozoic Era: each mountain in the Dolomites has its story to tell.

The site of the Dolomites includes a wide mountain range in the northern Italian Alps, numbering 18 peaks which rise to above 3,000 meters and some of the rock cliffs rise more than 1,500 m.

Among the amazing spots you can find here, worthy to be mentioned ones are Brenta Dolomites (Western side), Le Tre Cime di Lavaredo, Ampezzo Dolomites, the Marmolada, and Sella group. 

Useless to say that Dolomites are a paradise for mountain sports: from skiing during winter to hiking, via ferrata, climbing and MTB during the summer. The diversity and quality of the routes and trails will blow your mind!

If the altitudes scare you, try the limpid waters of the torrents and lakes by canyoning, rafting, and canoeing.

Come to the Dolomites and live an unforgettable vacation in one of the most suggestive places on earth.

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