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Ferrata Fusetti on Sass de Stria

An easy via ferrata of great historical interest Ferrata Fusetti on Sass de Stria was set up in the summer of 2018 by two teams of Alpini soldiers looking for the remains of second lieutenant Mario Fusetti, gold medal for bravery winner. The ferrata is located on the south-west face of Sasso di Stria (2477 […]

Croda d’Ancona

In search of a quiet and solitary place, Croda d’ Ancona In contrast to many years ago when mountain people made their living from pasture and agriculture, today Cortina’s economy is based mainly on tourism which has undoubtedly brought wellbeing and a certain wealth with it. There is a flip side to the coin, however. […]

The snow during the War

The snow during the War killed 10.000 soldiers This winter there is very little snow in the Dolomites, but it is not always so. Just a few years ago there was a Super Winter Season (65 feet of snow).Today everyone wants the snow, but during the Great War, the snow was a great and feared […]

The walk around Tofana di Rozes and the ferrata Scala del Minighel

The Tofana di Rozes circuit and the Minighel ladder The Tofana di Rozes circuit is definitely one of my favourite outings because of its wonderful natural environment, interesting history in both war and peace and for the legendary Minighèl ladder and Tofana di Rozes itself which, for me, is the most beautiful mountain in the […]

Snowshoes: discovering the Cinque Torri

In the following article the Irish journalist Catherine Murphy tell us about a 2-3 hours snow shoe hike.This tour brings you right into the heart of the Cinque Torri. In terms of scenery, the Dolomites have an embarrassment of riches and this area is one of the most beautiful. More importantly, the tour walks you […]

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