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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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  • To visit in all seasons. Eye to climbing on the ice. Nice well descend into ski trail (from Melbourne).
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  • Fascinating experience, exciting views of the glaciers. The only flaw the drivers of the bus that was made to wait an entire bus to accompany along each other in Melbourne without even notifying. We were told that this is a habit that ruin a magical experience and engaging
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  • I have visited many times the Serrai. In summer, in winter, day, night, on foot, by bike or on skis. Every time rest astonished by such beauty. I feel small in front of the Majesty of the frozen waterfalls, surrounded by reach in a reverential silence, as well as in summer, the thunderous noise of a hundred waterfalls that feed the merry stream. And what about a ski descent from Malga Ciapela up in Sottoguda? Hard to describe this feeling. Definitely must try it.
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