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  • Snowshoes Castello di Podestagno

    Although the history of the ancient building at Podestagno is described on wooden boards throughout the walk, there are no documents that trace its true origins. It is believed that the first buildings were constructed in 600 by the Longobardi, proba

  • Snowshoes Cinque Torri

    This playground of towers and pinnacles is a classic and irresistible destination, even for those who have been there 1000 times before. Always different yet unmistakable, the enchanting Cinque Torri never fail to amaze, especially when in winter whi

  • Snowshoes Col Cuco

    This long traverse leads from Passo Tre Croci through fir and larch trees to the solitary kingdom of Sorapis.

  • Snowshoes Col de Varda

    This is a middle-grade round trip that starts from the foot of Col de Varda and offers enchanting views onto lake Misurina, the Cadini di Misurina, Marmarole, Sorapis and Monte Cristallo.

  • Snowshoes Col dei Bois Basso

    This is a classic itinerary that traverses beneath the base of the Torri del Falzarego and the Col dei Bois walls, magnificent buttresses in front of the immense Tofane. This is a historic First World War path nowadays used predominantly by climbers

  • Snowshoes Galleria del Lagazuoi

    During the First World War the Piccolo Lagazuoi was the scene of an incredible, unique battle known as the “war of the mines”. The Italian and Austrian troops created a network of tunnels from which they could not only overlook and defend the front l

  • Snowshoes Giro "De Antruiles"

    Nestled between Croda De’Ancona and Taburlo, this easy round trip enters right into the heart of the natural park of the Dolomites of Ampezzo. It leads to the buildings of the “Regole di Cortina”, the thousand year old institution for the collective

  • Snowshoes Giro "De Sotecòrdes"

    This is a classic itinerary that starts from the Passo Falzarego road and leads up to the south face of the Tofana di Rozes. This is one of the symbols of Cortina and its 3225m summit was first reached by the famous Viennese mountaineer P. Grohmann i