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From Bolzano: Private Day Tour by car: The Great Dolomites Road
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From Bolzano: Private Day Tour by car: The Great Dolomites Road

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See some of the UNESCO-listed Dolomites’ most beautiful and distinctive vistas when you embark on this full-day, private tour. Meet your guide at your Bolzano accommodation—hotel pickup and drop-off are included for your convenience—and set off on the Great Dolomites Road. You’ll ascend to the Pordoi and the Sella Passes, will linger in the scenic Gardena Valley, and can go on an optional cable car ride to Sass Pordoi.
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A A wrote a review Aug 2018
973 contributions68 helpful votes
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We spent there a whole day walking around. Took route 14. We get to the hill by cable car. The cost is €19,5 per person. But absolutely worth to get there. It is a easy hiking, so we took our four legged friends. Many hautes, so it was easy to relax and enjoy the view. Definitely must do if you nearby.
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Date of experience: August 2018
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adrian p wrote a review Jul 2017
Melbourne, Australia82 contributions62 helpful votes
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Simply stunning walking around at the top of Col Raiser cable car. Cost is €19 return (cheaper for kids) but we used as part of a Val Gardena card (€65 Adult 3 days unlimited, €45 kids 8-16yrs, €5 under 8yrs). Loads of huttes/rifugios to walk to, most have playgrounds for kids, decks chairs to sun in, and reasonable priced food and drinks. The views are absolutely stunning. Loads of trails to zig zag across the meadows. We did a 10km hike return from Col Raiser, to Refugio Firenze, to Rifugio Tryler, up to Passé Pana-Scharte, to Sedeca summit (including down and up the Fermata chair) across to Rifugio Seceda (down and up the Seceda cable car - awesome) then down to Rifugio Sofie, passed Rifugio Daniel, passed Rifugio Fermeda then back to Col Raiser. Total altitude change was 400m up and 400m down. We took our 8yr and 10yr olds and they did it easily though they are seasoned hikers. Trails have no steps, generally sandy/gravelly and we're pretty easy going. Temperature was about 25oC for us which was perfect for hiking but it did get a little chilly at times when the clouds shaded the sun. Also the wild flowers are simply stunning.
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Date of experience: July 2017
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rpperkins1 wrote a review Jun 2017
Pleasant Hill, California1,204 contributions48 helpful votes
Spent an incredible day hiking from Col Raiser to Seceda. Had to take the long route via one of the huts do to a trail closure. That turned out to be a blessing. The most amazing scenery ever. We climbed over 1800 feet and walked five plus miles. The ride up is quick and efficient. Buy the multi day card. It will pay for itself. Highly recommended.
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Date of experience: June 2017
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travelalot wrote a review Jun 2017
Western Ireland, Ireland154 contributions106 helpful votes
Col Raiser is one of two cable cars that will get you to a beautiful plateau in the Dolomites - a Ski haven in the winter and a walkers/mountain bikers paradise in the summer. Col Raiser (to/from S Cristine) is on the lower end of the plateau with Seceda (to/from St Ulrich) on the higher end. Plateau is criss crossed with clearly defined paths complete with signposts at most intersections. Loads of Hutte's for sustenance (check which are open) and a great day hiking or strolling depending on your preference. Breathtaking views all around. One criticism is the main area is rather developed but to the eastern side is a national park where it's less developed.
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Date of experience: June 2017
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Harrison F. Carter wrote a review Aug 2016
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia9,444 contributions459 helpful votes
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One of the most spectacular places - well worth the 70 Euros per person to get to the top. Go early to beat the numbers, but it is easy to find your own peace and space up at the top. We spent most of the day up there. The colours and shades of the place alter greatly throughout the day as you watch the weather all around you. Awesome place.
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Date of experience: October 2015
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