Cinque Torri, Cortina d'Ampezzo

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  • Cinque Torri is just 30 minutes drive time from Cortina d"Ampezzo. Once you exit the road there is a single lane road leading to the Rifugio Scoiattoli below the massive rocks. It is a tight and twist...  more »
  • We hiked in the Cinque Torri area during our 10 day hiking trip in the Dolomites.There are 3 Rifugios close by to have lunch or stay overnight. Lots of hikers accessing the area via chair lifts. It wa...  more »
  • Top! Unique panorama, there is an air of history. We came from 2 days of tours on the Lagazuoi, next year we will stop at the Squirrels at Cinque Torri
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  • Cinque Torri – grupa skał w Dolomitach w okolicy Cortiny d' Ampezzo. Najwyższym szczytem jest Torre Grande, który osiąga wysokość 2361 m. Popularny rejon wspinaczkowy. W pobliżu skał znajduje się muzeum upamiętniające walki z okresu I wojny światowej. Pięć wież to: Torre Grande, podzielona na trzy wierzchołki: Cima Sud, Cima Nord i Cima Ovest, Seconda Torre, składająca się z: Torre Lusy, Torre del Barancio i Torre Romana, Terza Torre lub Torre Latina, Quarta Torre, składająca się z: Torre Alta i Torre Bassa, Quinta Torre lub Torre Inglese. Pierwsze wejście 15 lipca 1930 P. Dallamano i R. Ghirardini. Cinque Torri - a group of rocks in the Dolomites near Cortina d 'Ampezzo. The highest peak is Torre Grande, which reaches a height of 2361 m. A popular climbing area. Near the rocks there is a museum commemorating the fights of the First World War. Five towers are: Torre Grande, divided into three peaks: Cima Sud, Cima Nord and Cima Ovest, Seconda Torre, consisting of: Torre Lusy, Torre del Barancio and Torre Romana, Terza Torre or Torre Latina, Quarta Torre, consisting of: Torre Alta and Torre Bassa, Quinta Torre or Torre Inglese. First entry on July 15, 1930, by P. Dallamano and R. Ghirardini.
  • 5 tower 5 stars..... No words you have to see......
  • Most beautiful place i have every seen. we parked the car at the foot of the ski pist lifts. And started to follow 425 to the left. First very steep and it looks like you're not gonna see much, but then we reached the top of the hill after a climb of more than 200meters. The view we had there was incredible. Absolute incredible. And a free open air museum from world war 1. Absolute a recommander to do. We had a total of 8km's 2,5hours
  • The Dolomites is one of my favorite ski destinations. Nature is here at her best and you are able to enjoy it while cruising down. Not to mention the excellent Italian cuisine! The Dolomites are endless and there are so many places to visit. So succes garanteed where ever you go. But if you have the change to visit the Cinque Torri, take it with both hands! It is a highlight of the Super8 ski tour which is officially part of the Cortina d’Ampezzo ski area. It is hands down one of the most senic ski tours you can make. This place is less crowded because it is more difficult to reach. You need to take a bus, car or taxi to get there. The ski area is also accessible if you are comming from the Altabadia ski area. Here you can ski to Armentarola and take a taxi from there. They will drop you at the Lagazoi lift which is also part of the Super8 ski tour. From here on you are able to ski to Cinque Torri (assuming you have a dolomiti super ski pass).
  • Climbing for everybody a lot od routes. We spended here one more day than original plan was...
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