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Tre Cime di Lavaredo

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32041, Auronzo di Cadore, Italy
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Most Helpful Positive Review
Reviewed 13 July 2016

I found it very difficult to find any information on the internet to travel to the Dolomites on public transport from Trento. I particularly wanted to travel along the SR48 highway from Trento to Canazie through Pozza di Fassa and see Passo Pordoi and take...More

25  Thank Mauro C
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Reviewed 27 October 2016

It costs 25 Euro per car to gain entry to Tre Cimie. For us, with all of the woderous places to view near Ortesei, it was not worth the 25 Euro and 90 minute drive to see Tre Cime. we have scratched it off our...More

5  Thank cbellehu
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Reviewed 1 week ago

For the people who loves mountain and trakking this is the first place in the world. I suggest to sleep the night before and have relax in the confortable hotels. In the early morning to start the walking all around the "3 ZINNEN" and have...More

Thank Armando M
Reviewed 1 week ago

We went to Drei Zimmen National Park to view the north face of Tre Cima di Lavaredo and then to Lago di Antorno to view the south face. The mountains and surrounding parks are simply amazing. The parks are well kept and nice to walk...More

Thank KeetFoo
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

The windy road leading up to Tre Cime is a fun and twisty ride. Once you arrive on the top there is a 30 euro fee to park near the mountain. This is a popular location and even in October there were hundreds of people....More

Thank Mahdeeyo
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Tre Cime is an iconic rock of the Dolomites in Italy. This is a very nice place for someone who love to do trekking. A trekking path is about 4 kilometer long around the base of the mountain. It is a 30 Euro entrance fee...More

1  Thank Suchet S
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Excellent day hike, one of the best in the Dolomites. I spent maybe an hour and reviewed a dozen web sites trying to get information on this hike. None offered it. Here is what I learned: 1. Misurina, the town at the base of the...More

1  Thank johnhhaskell
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

One of the most beautiful hikes and scenery I've ever seen across the world. Absolutely gorgeous hike, 10km which was pretty straight forward. Be warned, the uphill at the end is brutal. And the 30 euro toll. But well worth it, amazing!!!

Thank Luke R
Reviewed 5 weeks ago

We drove down to Misurina one morning, to attempt this highly recommended and popular hike, only to find that the road to Rifugio Auronzo had been closed to cars due to a cycling event and the bus service also stood suspended. This was a disappointing...More

Thank Anuj_Mithani
Reviewed 3 October 2018

This hike was listed as a must-do when I was researching the Dolomites. Could see that it was popular because even though it was just past the high season and everywhere else was quieter, this trail had a lot of visitors. We drove to the...More

Thank jchong
Reviewed 10 September 2018

We started our walk at the Refugio Auronzo In August 2018. We had our own car, so the Maut is EUR30 and the parking up at the Refugio was a spectacle itself!! If you are travelling with your own car in high season, I highly...More

Thank precisionstrike
Reviewed 27 August 2018

My wife and I visited here on Monday August 27, 2018. We took the shuttle bus ( eight euros each for round trip) from the base of the mountains. You can also drive up to the parking area for thirty euros but the traffic gets...More

1  Thank ChamL
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Response from MankeNooij | Reviewed this property |
Hiking in the alps starts usually early in the day. There's always a chance of thunderstorms in the afternoons, especially on hot, humid days. Check weather conditions while hiking....."read the clouds".