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The biotope of Danta

The biotope of Danta

One of the most popular recreative zones are the biotope of Danta, which has been placed under natural protection in 1973. In this moor an meadow landscape, there are ponds with little fish, frogs and toads. By the way, also the only carnivorous plant of Val Comelico can be found in this biotope. You can by the way make a walk across the protected area on a trail, providing information on flora an ...

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OLD SAPPADA

OLD SAPPADA

An experience within the reach of everyone, to be enjoyed alone or with the family, as a couple or with friends; a walk that is like plunging into the past amidst the green of the meadows and the brown of the ancient wood, through historic villages that smell of colourful fresh flowers or a blanket of white snow; do not be surprised on meeting the locals, sat on benches remembering the past, they ...

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SNOWMOBILES

SNOWMOBILES

SNOWMOBILES Expert guides, cutting edge snowmobiles and great views .... let yourself be guided in your discovery of our spectacular mountains. - Excursions to the Passo Digola and excursions to the Pian del Sire - Day trips from Sappada to Sauris – A“full immersion” snowmobile experience Discover all the proposals on the website www. motoslittetour.com Information and reservatio ...

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Giro delle cime

Giro delle cime

„Giro delle Cime“: Skiing in the Dolomites The Dolomites - UNESCO World Heritage are always in sight Fancy experiencing the Dolomites - UNESCO World Heritage close up? Fancy something a bit special? Then let us recommend the „Giro delle Cime“ tour, the summit tour on skis. A lot more adventure on the “Giro delle Cime”! Take your skis on a journey of discovery an ...

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High Route n.9

High Route n.9

Route: from Bolzano/Bozen (m. 266) to Santo Stefano di Cadore (m. 907) Stages number: 23 Length: 180 kms. Average time: 14 days Difficulty: easy Notes: this itinerary offers a series of links with the other High Routes. Indeed you can go towards Feltre (no. 2), Belluno (no.1), Longarone (no.3) and Pieve di Cadore (no. 4) instead of getting to Santo Stefano. Otherwise you can combine the High Route ...

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