Trip Planner : Europe / Italy / Veneto / Province of Belluno / Cortina d'Ampezzo / Miscellaneous / Passo Falzarego
Passo Falzarego, Cortina d'Ampezzo
Categories: Outdoor Activities
Passo Falzarego is located in Cortina d'Ampezzo. Add Passo Falzarego to your Cortina d'Ampezzo travel itinerary, and discover new vacation ideas by using our Cortina d'Ampezzo tour planner.
Create a full itinerary - for free!
Accompagnati da alcuni amici ci siamo recati in visita presso il Falzarego!!! Magnifico nonostante la non bellissima giornata. Visto che pioveva abbiamo provato a salire sil Langazuoi ed in cima la gr... read more »Accompanied by some friends we visited at the Falzarego!!! Magnificent despite not beautiful day. Since it was raining we tried to get sil Langazuoi and on top of the big surprise .... Fresh snow on 17 September with some falistra the snow we fondled! Unforgettableshow original
herrliche, fast unwirkliche Felsformationen, jetzt mal im Sommer ohne super dolomiti skipass, herrlich.beautiful, almost surreal rock formations, now in the summer without super dolomiti ski pass, herrlich.show original
Senza dubbio la mia zona preferita delle Dolomiti. Adatto a chi ama i paesaggi ricchi di pascoli di alta quota alternati a macchie di arbusti e sporadiche conifere. Un paesaggio davvero da cartolina, ... read more »Without a doubt my favorite area of the Dolomites. For those who love the rich landscapes of high altitude pastures alternating with patches of shrubs and conifers. A picture-postcard scenery, where the landslide created a spectacle in ancient fairytale dolomite rock varied.show original
Beautiful mountains, nice trip through the tunnel to the top.
Stunning scenery! Take the funicular to the top and hike back down thru the tunnel. Amazing!
Magnificent in the winter.. this has been on my to-do list for a summer drive as it is apparently one of the best roads in the world when sunny and dry.
One of the best view on Dolomites!
Antonio ArditoFalzarego and Lagazuoi, only these two names to display respectively, one of the busiest mountain passes, background of many companies of the tour of Italy, and the mountain where, during the great war, fought the Austrian Kaiserjäger and the Italian Alpine, which truly prohibitive conditions they dug Burrows into the belly of the rock.show original
Unable to display map at this time. Please try again later.
Are you the owner of this business? Click here for promotion tips.