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37 km - Altitude gain 1.400mt

Stage 19

Cortina d'Ampezzo -

Tre Cime di Lavaredo

Friday 26  May 2023 37km Altitude gain 1.400mt
Stage suitable for: Intermediates

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Cortina is one of the capitals of Alpine gastronomy. Here, Italian cuisine blends with Tyrolean traditions and local elements.
Cortina has many traditional restaurants and other more innovative, including two
Michelin starred. The mountain huts are also renowned for the great cuisine and so are the Alpine farms, which make use of local and healthy ingredients.



Auronzo and Misurina are part of the Northern Dolomites with their 78,767 hectares (53,586 of heartland and 25,181 hectares of intermediate area), the largest of the nine areas making up the Dolomite World Heritage Site.They are part of a range of mountains shared by the provinces of Belluno and Bolzano bordering at the Pusteria, Sesto, Badia, San Cassiano, Boite and Piave valleys and containing some of the most famous massifs in the Alps: Tre Cime di Lavaredo, Cadini di Misurina, Sorapìss, Monte Cristallo, Marmarole, Antelao and the Croda dei Toni at Mt. Popera.

The Dolomites were made into a World Heritage Site on the 26th of June 2009 by the UNESCO World Heritage Committee at a meeting in Seville for their “series of extraordinarily distinctive and exceptionally beautiful natural mountain landscapes”, “their variety of sculptural forms” and “their vertical, pale peaks”. Furthermore, the area possesses a complex of values of international scientific importance given its “quantity and concentration of extremely varied calcareous formations” and unusual geological features.

In August 2009 the ceremony assigning World Heritage Site status to the Dolomites took place in Auronzo and the President of the Italian Republic Giorgio Napoletano was present.


When you take a trip anywhere in the world you do it for many reasons: art, culture, history, sports, events, landscapes… but one of the greatest curiosities when you come to these places to us new is to savor the local traditions.

Among the delicious dishes of the area do not miss the opportunity to enjoy the Gnocchi all’Auronzana:  potato gnocchi seasoned with melted butter and smoked ricotta, a real treat for your palate!

Many places where tastes the delicacies of Cadore, spectacular places surrounded by greenery from the breathtaking landscape.

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