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Lago di Sorapiss

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Lago di Sorapiss

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Dolomite Mountains and Cortina Semi Private Day Trip from Venice
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Dolomite Mountains and Cortina Semi Private Day Trip from Venice

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Trade city life in Venice for the Dolomite Mountains, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Skip the headache of renting a car and focus on the scenery on this hassle-free tour, which stops at Lake Misurina and the alpine town of Cortina d'Ampezzo. With views of the impressive Tre Cime di Lavaredo peaks, this tour includes both guided and independent elements, as well as a small group of just eight people.<br><br>Please note:&#xa0;From November 15th-March 31st this tour will visit Braies Lake and San Candido instead of Lakes Santa Caterina and Misurina.&#xa0;From November 23rd to January 6th you'll also visit the San Candido Christmas Market.
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Taynik wrote a review Aug 2020
Chioggia, Italy5 contributions2 helpful votes
We visited this place three days ago, it was amazing! That place is really wonderful! To reach the lake you have to walk for 2h and 30 minutes. The path is challenging at times so be careful! Bring something to eat and a lots of water because usually there are too many people and the restaurant it's full.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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neo_marcopolo wrote a review Aug 2020
Lesmo, Italy303 contributions57 helpful votes
There are two ways to hike to this wonderful lake. We choose the trail 217 from Hotel Cristallo on the road to Auronzo. The scenery along this trail is wonderful. It's quite tough as you need to climb and a trail that becomes steeper and steeper with 600 m. of elevation difference. The final reward is the sudden view of this small lake with an amazing azure color, surrounded by rocky mountains.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Elena L wrote a review Aug 2020
Leeds, United Kingdom12 contributions9 helpful votes
Having done a lot of hiking I would not recommend this route for serious hikers. It is a beautiful trail and lake but spoilt by the masses of people, constantly stuck in queues to carry on going. You aren’t able to go at your own pace as people who don’t tend to hike (or even walk very much) are slowing you down. If you want a lake hike with nowhere near as many people I would recommend Lake Coldai.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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AChiara78 wrote a review Jul 2020
Arezzo, Italy327 contributions158 helpful votes
The turquoise lake at the end of the trail is a reason on itself to go on this hike, but the trail is definitely a great part of the experience! There are different ways to get to the lake and we chose a round trip starting from Passo Tre Croci, following trail 213 first and then 216 on the way to go and coming back on 215. There are a couple of scary moments on the route if you are afraid of heights, but the views are breathtaking and you’ll meet less people there. Make sure you wear hiking shoes and take your time! Also, set off early because once you get to the lake, chances are it will be crowded.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Luci Leke wrote a review Jun 2020
Seriate, Italy66 contributions31 helpful votes
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I have dreamt about visiting this lake for a couple of years now. Finally the dream came true and we departed. There are several trails leading to the lake, and 215 from 'Passo Tre Croci' should be the most common and easiest one. I am scared of heights in open spaces so to be fully honest, it wasn't so easy for me. I have seen photos with people wearing sneakers by the lake, so I didn't think this would be an issue... BUT! Don't do it. Wear proper hiking shoes, especially because they do not slip like sneakers do. You might need to cross a glacier, and it can be dangerous. Hiking sticks definitely help too..
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Date of experience: June 2020
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