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Tre Cime di Lavaredo

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Tre Cime di Lavaredo
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Tre Cima in our country Three towers are an icon of the eastern Dolomites. Maybe the whole Dolomites. Three perpendicular walls are best visible from the north side. They are not so clear from the south. It is undoubtedly the most visited place in the eastern Dolomites. We will focus on the tourist part. So the circuit around Tre Cime, it is 12 km. There are several cottages along the way. Tre Cime can also be enjoyed with its Ferratas and others from a historical point of view. There are large remnants of World War I.

Tre Cime di Lavaredo

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Tre Cima in our country Three towers are an icon of the eastern Dolomites. Maybe the whole Dolomites. Three perpendicular walls are best visible from the north side. They are not so clear from the south. It is undoubtedly the most visited place in the eastern Dolomites. We will focus on the tourist part. So the circuit around Tre Cime, it is 12 km. There are several cottages along the way. Tre Cime can also be enjoyed with its Ferratas and others from a historical point of view. There are large remnants of World War I. If time doesn't bother us, let Tre Cime leave Misurina or drive to Lago d'Antorno and walk from there. The transit permit is still paid for. For a car it was 30 Euro for a motorcycle 20 Euro. There is also a bus to the Tre Cime car park. One would think that he would save, but the truth is that if the car is full of people, the car will be cheaper than the bus. The parking lot is large here, but the staff will still indicate where you will park. As it is a mountain of almost three thousand, it is necessary to take into account the appropriate weather. That is, even with possible snow. Anyway, I recommend leaving as soon as possible in the morning! First cottage: Rifugio Auronzo is located in the parking lot itself and it can provide the first information about the parade or shelter from bad weather. From here you decide whether to go first the South part or the North part of the circuit. It is best for photographers to orient themselves according to the sun and the period when I am here. But according to the location of the Rifugio Auronzo, many people will be led south. So you will probably be many of you who will go in this direction. This direction offers beautiful views that are photogenic and also a view of the valley where you can see Auronzo di Cadore. You can also walk to Tre Cime from this town. After about 30 minutes of love, we get to the second cottage. Second hut: Rifugio Lavaredo some have a snack here, put a stamp on a notebook, or buy a souvenir. This cottage is the gateway to the northern part of Tre Cime. There are two parts. I recommend going to the lakes here. Lagared di Lavaredo. Just because I can look at the lakes and in the second case the path is not so steep. It takes 20–30 minutes from the cottage, depending on the love, and we get to the saddle, when we see Tre Cime in its beauty. And so we are closest to the rocks. Here, in bad weather, we can meet with snow. New views of the surroundings will be offered again. Now it's about 1 hour to the third cottage. Third chalet: Dreizinnen Hut probably the most visited chalet, because you will be with it for lunch, whether you are heading south or north. Here and in its vicinity are the most remnants of World War I. In addition, there are beautiful views of Tre Cime or Lake Lago dei Piani. So there are a lot of creative possibilities as well as ferrata trails start here. For people who already lack physical condition, I can recommend returning the same path to the parking lot. Those who are better at it will complete the circuit from here. Which means you have to get in the saddle. Which means going down 220 meters and then climbing 100 meters. For some, it can be annoying. We will reach the fourth cottage, which will take about 1 hour. Fourth hut: Langalm here is also an opportunity to have a snack and this is probably the last time we will see Tre Cime as we know it. From here we head to the parking lot, it's about 40 minutes away. But as we get to the crossroads, a beautiful 360 ° panorama towards Misurina appears again. And that's a complete bomb! I enjoyed it the most here. From here it is about 10 minutes to the parking lot.

Lago d'Antorno

Those who do not want to pay a permit and like tops, for example, will start from Lake d'Antorno

Lago d'Antorno
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Rifugio Auronzo

The first cottage and views of the surroundings.

Rifugio Auronzo
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View of the valley of Auronzo di Cadore

Beautiful view of the valley of the lake with the town of Auronzo di Cadore. From here, too, let him step on Tre Cime.

View of the valley of Auronzo di Cadore
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Tre Cime di Lavaredo from the south side

This is what Tre Cime looks like from the south.

Tre Cime di Lavaredo from the south side
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Rifugio Lavaredo

The second cottage on our way.

Rifugio Lavaredo
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Tre Cime di Lavaredo from the north side

A classic view of how the Three Towers are known. Plus with its surroundings.

Tre Cime di Lavaredo from the north side
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Dreizinnen Hut

Third chalet Dreizinnen Hut. Here it pays to stop and find out what is nearby. Especially the historical part, it can be interesting here. There are trails for Ferratists.

Dreizinnen Hut
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History

For historians, there are remains from the First World War in the area. Often these are caves where soldiers had machine guns and cannons. Often sought after places for adventurers to capture the atmosphere and unique image.

History
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Langalm

The fourth chalet Langalm. From my point of view, the smallest cottage along the way and the last view of the north wall of Tre Cime.

Langalm
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View of Misurina

The end of our journey with a beautiful 360 ° view. There is a view of Misurina, but there are other breathtaking views.

View of Misurina
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