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Italy holds many splendours of nature of great tourist interest. In addition to its huge artistic and cultural heritage, the country preserves extraordinary nature reserves. Beautiful attractions, dream views and perfect locations for holidays, nature trails and outdoor activities.
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5 via ferratas in the Sexten Dolomites not to be missed

5 via ferratas in the Sexten Dolomites not to be missed

Erected among the impervious rocks of the Sexten mountains during the Great War to supply the troops engaged on the front lines, the spectacular via ferratas are among the most popular destinations in the Eastern Alps and offer breathtaking views of the Three Peaks country. The numerous via ferratas around Sesto are quite heterogeneous and differ in length, exposure and physical fitness required. Although not all of them are suitable for sports climbing, the vertical routes secured by wire ropes, ladders and bridges, of Monte Paterno, the Toblin Tower and the Strada degli Alpini, make these routes among the most popular with beginners and experts alike. The extraordinary view of the Alpine landscape surrounding the Three Peaks enriches the climbing experience with a sense of wonder that fills the soul. A helmet, sturdy shoes and protection from the elements are indispensable equipment that cannot be missing from a climbing kit, essential even for the simplest via ferrata routes in the Sexten Dolomites. A unique experience, especially for history-loving mountaineers, is to retrace the Dolomite front of the Great War on the Monte Paterno via ferratas, the Toblin Tower and the Strada degli Alpini. In general, however, the entire region offers mountaineering enthusiasts the opportunity to traverse more than 40 via ferratas of all levels between the Monte Croce Pass in Sesto and the Falzarego Pass in Cortina d'Ampezzo.
Excursions
5 via ferratas in the Sexten Dolomites not to be missed

5 via ferratas in the Sexten Dolomites not to be missed

Erected among the impervious rocks of the Sexten mountains during the Great War to supply the troops engaged on the front lines, the spectacular via ferratas are among the most popular destinations in the Eastern Alps and offer breathtaking views of the Three Peaks country. The numerous via ferratas around Sesto are quite heterogeneous and differ in length, exposure and physical fitness required. Although not all of them are suitable for sports climbing, the vertical routes secured by wire ropes, ladders and bridges, of Monte Paterno, the Toblin Tower and the Strada degli Alpini, make these routes among the most popular with beginners and experts alike. The extraordinary view of the Alpine landscape surrounding the Three Peaks enriches the climbing experience with a sense of wonder that fills the soul. A helmet, sturdy shoes and protection from the elements are indispensable equipment that cannot be missing from a climbing kit, essential even for the simplest via ferrata routes in the Sexten Dolomites. A unique experience, especially for history-loving mountaineers, is to retrace the Dolomite front of the Great War on the Monte Paterno via ferratas, the Toblin Tower and the Strada degli Alpini. In general, however, the entire region offers mountaineering enthusiasts the opportunity to traverse more than 40 via ferratas of all levels between the Monte Croce Pass in Sesto and the Falzarego Pass in Cortina d'Ampezzo.
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Aosta Valley

The Aosta Valley is a paradise for visitors seeking outdoor experiences in nature while exploring history and traditions The smallest region in Italy, dotted with the highest peaks in the Alps, it is the ideal destination for anyone who enjoys winter sports and high-altitude walks. Its green valleys and fairy-tale castles make the Aosta Valley an enchanting place to experience all year round.

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Piedmont Torino Basilica di Superga Isola Bella
Piedmont

Piedmont is sure to enchant you with its mountains, hills, typical flavours and uniquely elegant cities An extraordinary heritage of art and history, culture and nature, characterises Piedmont, a region with a thousand faces, one more interesting than the other: cities of rare elegance, mountains that lend themselves to splendid skiing or walking, fascinating villages, hills that are among the best known in the world for their extraordinary wine production.

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Milan's Cathedral Lake Como Valtellina Livigno, Carosello 3000
Lombardy

Lombardy: a dynamic land immersed in the present and reaching toward the future, but with an extraordinary heritage of art and nature Lombardy is a region in the north of Italy known for its industry and finance, of course, but also for its art and extraordinary landscapes, starting with the picturesque lakes and its mountains, Valcamonica and Valtellina in primis. Capital and symbolic city, Milan represents the industrious heart that goes hand in hand with other cities with a vibrant spirit.

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Trentino Torbole sul Garda Trento Pale di San Martino
Trentino

Trentino is sure to amaze you with its immense natural heritage, the spectacular splendour of the Dolomites and fascinating sites steeped in history Discover Trentino’s culture of slow travel, taking the time to savour every corner among nature and cultural trails and educational farms. You will find hundreds of hotels offering wellness centres for truly relaxing holidays for the whole family in some of Italy's most beautiful villages, set in unique landscapes.

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Lago di Dobbiaco Lago di Dobbiaco Val di Funes BZ Vipiteno
South Tyrol

Alto Adige is a dream place to discover all year round amidst green valleys and snow-capped peaks Combine the relaxation of spa treatments with the pleasure of fun in the snow for a real wellness boost amidst Alpine lakes, beautiful villages and state-of-the-art ski facilities suitable for all ages. All this and more in the majestic scenery of the Dolomites, a UNESCO World Heritage site in Alto Adige.

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