By cable car, I paid E34. for return for 2. The weather is not so nice at that time, but obviously nice point to look all the peaks. If possble next time, I want come down by foot.
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You must take the cable car ride. Around 4000 metres to the top it takes 2 mins 28 secs in a large cable car, so those who are a little queasy about such things, don't worry, it is well worth the effort. The views at...More
We are glad to hear you enjoyed it. PS: the last uphill run is at 4-40 pm, the last downhill run at 5 pm Best regards
The tunnels are an absolute must, one of the best hiking things we have ever done. Took our kids 8yrs old and 10yrs old, and my 70yrs old parents. The views from the top of the cable car are amazing the day we went, clear...More
This place is so beautiful! We were lucky that it was sunny when we went up, the snow was not heavy but freezing cold. This place indeed is a must see.
We skiied here down Hidden Valley, Such a great place, so peaceful, amazing blue frozen waterfalls. Yet tinged with sadness at the stories of loss of life amongst soldiers in the Great War. One of my best experiences ever.
Great view from Lazaguoi!!! We have been in winter and the slop down to Armentarola is really fantastic!!! All between dolomiti mountain!!! Don't miss the horse hicking!!!
Along AV1 in mid-July, we had spectacular scenery for pretty much all of our 9 days. Lagazuoi definitely ranks towards the higher end of the spectacular scale. Vertical rock walls and jagged summits go on forever as far as the eye can see. The hiking...More
Lovely views (weather permitting). An interesting 15 minute walk to the mini-peak. Also some WWI tunnels to investigate but they have no lighting (we used our mobile phones to see) and you have to crouch down or risk banging your heads.
Like most places in the Dolomites, it has a great view. However, if you want WWI history, you would be better off going a kilometer down the road to Tre Sassi - a free open-air museum that offers some old trenches and depots from the...More
This mountain (and the pass below) was very important during world war 1. Today it is great landmark and the part of super 8 ski tour. The piste into Badia is very long and interesting. The main attraction of the mountain is outlook. It is...More