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a part of the climb to Tofana de Rozes goes through the mountain so take a torch, much of the rest is a pretty tough via Ferrata so you need to have a harness and a special cord with caribiners. Good shoes help too and...More
La Tofana (Freccia nel Cielo) cable car is in Cortina D'Ampezzo. It has it's own parking area. The ride is in three stages and if you go to the top it costs 30 euro per person. At the ticket counter ask if the weather on...More
Skiing at Tofana is really amazing. The gondola to get there is quick and the views on top are really to die for. The most spectacular views I've ever had skiing. The system on the top/on the plateau is rather old. Ski lifts are slow....More
Great skiing in the first week of February. Plenty of snow on beautifully prepared accurately graded pistes.
Yes, there's the inconvenience of the bus & the ski areas aren't linked, but we knew that before booking.
It's a proper old school ski town, and all...More
for 4 consecutive days the pedestrians paths were closed. In spite of this the entry ticket for pedestrians was at euro 25 per person just for a single ride with return. Once you go up you can only go down and that's it. If you...More
Spending a couple of days in Cortina to recover from jet lag prior to walking the Alta Via Uno, we took the gondolas to the top of the mountain on a beautiful, warm late August day. The views were exhilarating, the paths a little too...More
Definitely take the aerial tramway to the top. Seeing the Dolomites from this viewpoint was stunning. This was a September trip for us, so no skiing. It must be even more fabulous in the winter covered in snow!!