063 From Left To Right Rifugio Lagazuoi Croda Da Lago Monte Pelmo Averau Monte Civetta Col Di Lana
From Left To Right: Rifugio Lagazuoi, Croda Da Lago, Monte Pelmo Averau, Monte Civetta, Col Di Lana

21 awe-inspiring photographs to make you want to visit the Dolomites

By James Rushforth

James Rushforth, Dolomites expert and author of two Cicerone guidebooks to the area, chooses 21 photos that will make you want to add the Dolomites to your wishlist. The Dolomites are the perfect adventure playground - with walks, treks, climbs and via ferratas for all levels. These pictures may go some way in explaining why Cicerone has six guidebooks just to this area.

157 The South Faces Of The Tre Cime Di Lavaredo Reflected In Lago Di Antorno147 The Sun Rises Behind The Five Towers Of Cinque Torri During The Autumn086 Spectacular Geology On Sentiero Astaldi126 The Sun Sets On The North Faces Of The Tre Cime Di Lavaredo125 Watching The Milky Way From Rifugio Locatelli141 Spectacular 360 Degree Views Await On The Summit Ridge Of Monte Chiadenis009 There Are Excellent Views Throughout Route 7 Particularly Towards The North And Sassolungo100 A Group Crossing The Famous Bridge On Ivano Dibona Used In Sylvester Stallones Cliffhanger Film084 Entering The Grotta Di Tofana082 Tofana Di Rozes As Seen From Lago Limides071 A Solider Stands Guard At Cinque Torri During The Touching History Event056A Sunrise On The Summit Of Sass Di Stria054 The Enjoyable Suspension Bridge Provides A Welcome Relief From The Steep Terrain Of Cesare Piazzetta052 The long iron ladder is part of a Via Ferrata route034 Ascending The 10M Ladder Just Before Beginning The Descent Towards Forcella De Putia025 The Storm Approaches Sassolungo As Viewed From The Alpe Di Siusi023 The Beautiful And Dramatic Odle Geisler Ridge Line With Sass Rigais Visible At The Back019 Superb Views Over To Sassolungo The Sella And Lago Fedaia005 There Are Sections Of Unprotected Scrambling Throughout The Routes074 Cinque Torri Panorama With Views Of Tofana Di Rozes

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