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Snowshoe excursion in the Unesco world Heritage

Snowshoes • Dolomites Val Gardena
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  • Snowshoe in the Unesco world Heritage
    / Snowshoe in the Unesco world Heritage
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Map / Snowshoe excursion in the Unesco world Heritage
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medium
12.5 km
4:37 h
795 m
795 m

For our ancestors, using snowshoes was a necessary form of transport. Today, however, “snowshoeing” has become an exciting winter sport. During this hike you can experience the UNESCO natural heritage in its winter charm.

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2309 m
1679 m
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Starting point is Daunei upper locality of Selva. From there a short uphill leads you to the Juac-pasture and descends to a small frozen lake and after the trail leads uphill to the Firenze refuge. You will see the stunning snow-covered scenery of the Puez-Odle Nature Reserve, which is part of the Dolomites – UNESCO World Heritage. Follow the trail n° 13 and then the trail 4a. This circuit guides you to the cable car of Col Raiser and back to Firenze refuge to the starting point.

Arrival by train, car, foot or bike

Similar tours nearby

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  • in the nature park Puez-Odle
    Snowshoe hike Brogles-Furnes
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Difficulty
medium
Distance
12.5 km
Duration
4:37 h
Ascent
795 m
Descent
795 m

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