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We had the pleasure of visiting Passo Gardena in September and it is STUNNING. I saw photos of this on TA & insta & we decided to make a detour up to visit. Best decision ever!
This location is even more beautiful in person and...More
We drove from Alta Badia to Seis (and back) and this drive was a highlight of our Italy trip. Be sure to have a sunroof so you can see the mountains on all sides. Dress warm we went the end of May and it was...More
Grödner Joch in German , again most scenic excursion you can do in the dolomites, sella massiv and langkofel, best route to get to wolkenstein. And there is and Cyclist on one small road up.
Easy to reach by cabin lift from wolkenstein side, and...More
We look for all the best passes in the world to drive. This collection of passes in the Dolomites is definitely of the most scenic we have ever driven. In July it was quiet enough for my husband to enjoy the excellent driving experience. Road...More
From Passo Gardena you have a fantastic view on Val Gardena and a part of Alta Badia; both sides are really good, one with Dantercepies/Cir (red or black, both great) and the other with a red and blue simple but long and nice slope that...More
Lovely scenery with options in every direction. Lifts make walking as easy or tough as you wan to make it - check which lifts are open before you go and plan your routes accordingly. Huttes along the way means you need to carry very little....More
Gardena Pass is a high mountain pass in the Dolomites of the South Tyrol in northeast Italy.
At an elevation of 2,136 m above sea level, the pass connects Sëlva in the Val Gardena on the west side with Corvara in the Val Badia. The...More
The views from this pass are not as spectacular as from other areas in the Dolomites, There is a small chapel that makes an interesting photo opportunity. There is also a small restaurant that serves good soups. The road has hair pin curves and sharp...More
I guess it depends on how you are travelling, by bus, car, bicycle or on foot. By car, definitively. Of course, you could stay busy there for weeks, but if like us, you sadly only have a day passing through, be sure to... More
I guess it depends on how you are travelling, by bus, car, bicycle or on foot. By car, definitively. Of course, you could stay busy there for weeks, but if like us, you sadly only have a day passing through, be sure to attempt it. It is one of the most beautiful areas I have ever seen.