In this chapter we discuss the wonderful Sesto Dolomites, one of the most enchanting areas visited by mountain lovers and more.
The Sesto Dolomites, located between the provinces of Belluno and Bolzano, take their name from the pretty village of Sesto, nestled just north-east of this surprising mountain range, whose highest peak is the Punta dei Tre Scarperi di 3152 meters. This unmistakable mountain group is located in a rather vast territory, in fact, it runs along the borders with Austria up to the valley of the Piave, from the Val di Landro to the Val Pusteria.
The Sesto Dolomites are UNESCO's natural world heritage thanks to a magical and surprising territory, whose biodiversity has formed true works of art that stand out among the great forests and green valleys. Organize your holidays among these mountain groups, the various population centers and the different locations offer, during the summer, a wide range of outdoor activities, such as hiking, climbing, mountain biking, horseback riding and much more, along the easy cycle paths at the bottom of the valley or higher on the mountain huts between the Dolomite passes.
During the winter, however, you can find many resorts equipped with ski lifts for skiing and snowboarding, hundreds of kilometers of slopes prepared for both cross-country skiing, both for easy walks or snowshoeing on the snow. Below we will try to show you the wonderful mountain groups that are located in the Veneto region and those that go beyond the borders slightly, given the majesty and the difficulty of managing these gigantic natural works of art.
The group of the Tre Cime di Lavaredo, the Monte Piana Group, the Cadini di Misurina, the Gruppo del Monte Paterno, the Gruppo della Croda dei Toni, the Gruppo del Popera, the Rondoi- Baranci and the Gruppo dei Tre Scarperi. The most precious jewels of the entire territory of Sesto and also the most popular tourist area are the Tre Cime di Lavaredo, which with its unmistakable profile recognized all over the world have always been a destination for daring climbs and easy excursions.
We have divided the Sesto Dolomites into the following chapters: