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“rock climbers”(4 reviews)
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Reviewed yesterday

So glad that we came herewhile in Cortina. After a long drive, we took the chairlift up to the Refugio Cinque Torri. What a view that greets you. You will need good walking boots for this one. There are a number of walks that you...More

Thank omega132857
Reviewed 2 days ago

It is a really nice location with some incredible scenery of the mountains and you can also learn a bit of history of the First World War, and find locations where the armies clashed, had camps, etc. To get there you can use the chair...More

Thank Alin A
Reviewed 1 week ago

Even though this was my third visit to Cortina area, I've visited Cinque Torri for the first time in September 2018. It can be accessed quite easily via paved road. My short visit towards the end of the day was worth it.

Thank Milan H
Reviewed 1 week ago

We took the chairlift up to the Refugio and enjoyed exploring the Open Air Great War Museum in spectacular scenery. We continued our walk to the Refugio Cinque Torri and back to the car park at the bottom of the Chair Lift. Easy walk about...More

Thank precisionstrike
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Beautiful round trip around the towers. It is accessible by car till the Rifugio 5 Torri but my suggestion is to approach from Rifugio Fedare by chairlift till Rifugio Averau then vist the peek Averau (ferata set needed) or a walk to Rifugio Nuvolau then...More

Thank Andrej M
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Great climbing at all levels but many climbs are trad so bring your nuts and friends, most climbs involve a rappel down after a couple of pitches but there are also single pitch climbs. A lovely area with an open-air museum about the war in...More

Thank oedevos
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Cinque Torri was the first place we decided to climb during our dolomite climbing holiday. The scenery is amazing, it's an absolutely beautiful place to climb with a great atmosphere. The rock isn't the best quality so be prepared for some loose rock. Some routes...More

Thank Steve C
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Cinque Torri is a nice small excursion when weather is so-so. The view on Tofana and Lagazuoi is very nice, the rocks are breathtaking, and hiking around the cinque torri is an easy hike. The WW1 exhibit was a bit underwhelming, it does not tell...More

1  Thank ze_shark
Reviewed 13 August 2018

We had an excellent hike to Cinque Torri on a beautiful and clear July day. Daunted by the gazillions of cars in the parking lot, we feared we would encounter a ton of people on the trail; happily, 99% took the chairlift to the top...More

Thank JojoAshland
Reviewed 11 August 2018

Lovely restaurant and refuge (you can spend a very comfortable night there) on one of the most beautiful cols in the Dolomites. We've stayed there once and eat there every year.

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Response from charles v | Reviewed this property |
Hello`traveller! I cannot refer to websites via this tripadvisor medium. In google maps you do not find much, but a fair impression you find with the keywords (also in English) Lagazuoi 5torri dolomiti. The Rifugio can help... More
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