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Wether you cycle, run, hike, drive
Lago Di Fedaia is truly worth the trip.
Lots of ways to get here.
Either through the valley from Canazei or up a steep winding road.
Crazy as it sounds I ran up but nothing is crazy in the...More
Lago di Fedaia is a lake which was created by due to a huge dam. One can walk on the dam (which is sort of a car road) and see both sides of the dam one side is the dam with its height and costruction...More
A local hidden secret, only open in late season.
If you catch the "bucket lift" when it first opens in early spring -
consider yourself lucky and blessed.
Excellent starting point for many backcountry explorations.
Best to take a guide.
Not for beginners.
Sitting beside the Marmolada (highest peak in the Dolomites) Lago di Fedaia is the highlight of the drive from Cortina, over the Giau, down to Alleghe, across to Serrai di Sottoguda, past Lago di Fedaia, over the Pordoi and into Corvara (easily done in a...More