Going up towards Rifugio Nuvolau
  • Restored barracks on the trenches labyrinth of the IWW open air museum
  • Passing through the towers
  • The path will lead us through the towers, among the climbers
  • Going around the Five towers
  • Going around the Cinque Torri
  • Going up towards Rifugio Nuvolau
  • Amazing panorama on Tofana di Rozes and Cinque Torri, going up towards Rifugio Nuvolau
  • Cinque Torri far behind on the climb towards Nuvolau
  • Relaxing with a view, at Rifugio Averau
  • Amazing pasta dishes at Rifugio Averau
  • At forcella Averau, on the way towards Passo Falzarego
  • The enchanting Limedes lake, on the way down to passo Falzarego

Cinque Torri guided hike

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Cinque Torri guided hike

Cinque Torri guided hike

The five towers are the classic postcard of Cortina d'Ampezzo, a symbol of the local rock climbing group, "the Squirrels". This unique geological formation will be the cornerstone of this full day excursion that will make you enjoy the magnificent views both towards the Falzarego Pass and the Giau Pass.
Please contact me if you want to be a part of this hike in an incredible spot of the Dolomites!

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The five towers are the classic postcard of Cortina d'Ampezzo, a symbol of the local rock climbing group, "the Squirrels". This unique geological formation will be the cornerstone of this full day excursion that will make you enjoy the magnificent views both towards the Falzarego Pass and the Giau Pass.
Please contact me if you want to be a part of this hike in an incredible spot of the Dolomites!

We will leave the cars at the parking lot at Bai de Dones, then we'll take the chairlift up to Rifugio Scoiattoli, from where we will procede to explore the surroundings of these towers and the Open Air First World War Museum. The tour will then continue to Rifugio Nuvolau and to Rifugio Averau, whre we could stop for lunch, before proceding towards the magin Limedes alpine lake and to Falzarego pass.

WHY YOU SHOULD DO IT:

It's one of the most famous view of the Dolomites.
It's an easy and relaxing tour.
A lot of history is in the sorroundings.

Extras:

lunch (we can have lunch together at one of the huts on the trail, after the hike or we can arrange a pack-lunch).

Charilift

Best season:

From May to October.
To avoid crowds the best periods to do this hike are july and september

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Data sheet

Duration
1 day
Difficulty
Medium
Bring with you
backpack
boots
hiking poles
snack
water
waterproof and windproof jacket

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