The Dolomites in Winter
The Italian Dolomites are extraordinary mountains, vivid and colourful. They are natural wonders of Italy. Formed 200 million years ago from an ancient sea. The peaks rising to over 3,000 m . The Dolomites are declared World heritage site by UNESCO. Beautiful landscapes, a scenario that leaves you speechless. They are steeped in history , through the First World War, the link between the Italian and Austro-Hungarian forces climbed through the Dolomites.Today there are currently open-air war museums at Cinque Torri (Five Towers) and Mount Lagazuoi. People from all over the world come to see the Dolomites to climb the vie ferrate, protected paths created during the First World War
Not many are aware that Italy is fortunate to encompass colossal ski areas. For striking unique scenery and diversity of landscape, none of them challenge the awesome Dolomites. Actually the Dolomiti Superski lift pass includes 12 ski areas and a gigantic 1220km of pistes connected by 450 lifts, with the occasional road link .
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