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Monte Pelmo, Selva di Cadore

Categories: Mountains, Nature & Parks
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4.6/5 based on 45+ reviews on the web
Monte Pelmo is a significant mountain of the Dolomites, in the province of Belluno, Northeastern Italy.The mountain resembles a giant block which stands isolated from other peaks, so can be seen clearly from the neighbouring valleys and from nearby mountains such as Antelao and Monte Civetta.Monte Pelmo was one of the first major Dolomite peaks to be climbed, by Englishman John Ball, who later became president of the Alpine Club (UK), in 1857.West of the summit lies a secondary peak, Pelmetto (meaning "Little Pelmo" in Italian), at 2,990m high, which has a 1,100m high north face.
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  • Beautiful mountain and feature; everywhere you look at has the typical shape of impressive and massive throne (el caregon of God Almighty). One of the most beautiful mountains of the Dolomites, placed on the heads of the valleys Zoldana and Fiorentina, with the looming East side Boite Valley. Worth a look even just passing through.
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  • We went back again this year "in the shadow of the Pelmo", which-despite the long acquaintanceship-has once again managed to surprise us with its many faces. The integral ride (better clockwise, still challenging for length and difficulty) allows you to fully appreciate the different aspects, but just follow the simple and beautiful trails all around to grasp its unmatched beauty and ever-changing. More details in my previous reviews.
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  • Step over 1700 meters height, from here you can reach various shelters and look closely at the monte Pelmo
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