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Serrai di Sottoguda, Rocca Pietore

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Board the little train to Serrai di Sottoguda canyon and enjoy a guided tour through this picturesque gorge. Running for 2 km (1.25 mi) and formed by an earthquake and water erosion, the canyon offers year-round hiking and nature activities. In winter, when frozen waterfalls hang from rock walls, the canyon takes on a different kind of magic--ice-climbers often come here to tackle the steep walls. If you're not in the mood for a long hike, you can take the Serrai's tourist train from Sottoguda to Malga Ciapela, a small church within the gorge. Put Serrai di Sottoguda at the forefront of your travel plans using our Rocca Pietore family vacation planner.
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  • I crossed the serrai day with snow at night with torches and it was lovely. icefalls are from fairy tale, it's like an enchanted place.
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  • Park your car at the parking of Sottoguda, or from the gondola of Malga Ciapela and immerse yourself in this fantastic place. In the winter you can admire several icefalls (the Cathedral is majestic) easily there is also climbing on ice climbing.
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  • To visit in all seasons. Eye to climbing on the ice. Nice well descend into ski trail (from Melbourne).
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  • A beautiful piece of nature! The Gorge is about 2 kilometers long and both summer and winter is definitely worth a visit! If you are going to visit the gap from the village of Sottoguda you'll pass beautiful waterfalls. In the winter, these frozen waterfalls a challenge for many ' ijsbeklimmers '. The gap is part of the ' war route '. For many years I have this gap once walked or skied every year because the hotel where I stay near the Gorge. Now one has some time ago decided to this piece of beautiful nature to go commercial. If you want to walk through the Gorge in summer you have to pay!! Really a great pity! If you walk out of the gap come you end up at the lifts to the Marmolada. Certainly worth the three lifts to go and enjoy the spectacular views on this mountain.
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  • Is a great place
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  • Very beautiful gorge with ice waterfalls. Especially recommended to visit in the winter.
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  • Lovely place! Beautiful promenade
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  • lovely place
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