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Best lake trails in Parco Naturale Tre Cime di Levaredo, South Tyrol, Italy

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Explore the most popular lake trails in Parco Naturale Tre Cime di Levaredo with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.
Map of lake trails in Parco Naturale Tre Cime di Levaredo, South Tyrol, Italy
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#1 - Tre Cime di Lavaredo | Three Peaks of Lavaredo
Parco Naturale Tre Cime di Levaredo
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Length: 6.0 mi • Est. 3 h 28 m
The Tre Cime di Lavaredo (English: Three Peaks of Lavaredo; German: Drei Zinnen) are three distinctly rocky peaks that tower into the sky in the Sexten Dolomites of Italy. This mountain group is widely known and so the best time to visit is during the off season, either in the fall when the region calms down after a busy summer, or in spring/early summer when wildflowers are in bloom and the crowds of eager hikers have not yet arrived. The iconic jagged peaks are composed of layered limestone. The surrounding area features high alpine meadows, sweeping landscapes, dotted lakes, and well-marked pathways. In east to west order, the peak names are: Cima Piccola (English: Little Peak; German: Kleine Zinne) Cima Grande (English: Big Peak; German: Große Zinne) Cima Ovest (English: Western Peak; German: Westliche Zinne). This route begins at Rifugio Auronzo and heads north to Rifugio Lavaredo and finally Rifugio Locatelli, circling back around and forming a loop that passes Col Forcellina on the way back. You can drive a car there (with a fee to park) or catch a bus from nearby Cortina d’Ampezzo or Dobbiaco. Don’t forget water, but also know you can stop for a drink or a bite to eat at any of the rifugios along the way.Show more
#2 - Rifugio Comici - Pian di Cengia - Locatelli alle Tre Cime
Parco Naturale Tre Cime di Levaredo
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Length: 11.0 mi • Est. 8 h 4 m
An absolutely beautiful and challenging hike! It can be done in one day or combined with a stay in one of the Refuges to make it an easier hike. This route is great because you can see the three peaks but also other surroundings which are much less crowded than the three peaks circuit. This path starts from Val Fiscalina | Fischleinbachtal.Show more
#3 - Tre Cime Di Lavaredo and Col Forcellina
Parco Naturale Tre Cime di Levaredo
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Length: 4.2 mi • Est. 2 h 22 m
#4 - Alta Via 4: Rifugio Locatelli - Rifugio Auronzo
Parco Naturale Tre Cime di Levaredo
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Length: 2.6 mi • Est. 1 h 23 m
This is the third section of Alta Via 4. This trail leaves from Rifugio Locatelli. There is a lake at the base of Tre Cime. To view other sections of the trail, check out the Alta Via 4 list here https://www.alltrails.com/lists/alta-via-4.Show more
#5 - Via Ferrata Paternkofel (Tre Cime di Lavaredo)
Parco Naturale Tre Cime di Levaredo
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Length: 8.7 mi • Est. 4 h 31 m
#6 - Alta Via 4: Rifugio Tre Scarperi - Rifugio Locatelli
Parco Naturale Tre Cime di Levaredo
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Length: 3.9 mi • Est. 3 h 32 m
This is the second section of the Alta Via 4. It starts out from Rifugio Tre Scarperi. This is a popular day hike with locals and tourists so expect many other hikers along the way.This trail follows into the Tre Cime di Lavaredo, a beautiful scenic area of the Dolomites. To view other sections of the trail, check out the Alta Via 4 list here: https://www.alltrails.com/lists/alta-via-4Show more
#7 - Lake Antorno to Forcella De Rimbianco
Parco Naturale Tre Cime di Levaredo
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Length: 3.4 mi • Est. 2 h 12 m
From the car park of Lago d'Antorno, follow the paid road that leads to the Auronzo Refuge. When you reach the toll booth, you proceed to the right in the woods, following the pre-existing trails (summer path No. 119). Once out of the woods you pass a not too steep rock jump that leads to a deep valley at the end of the Forcella De Rimbianco, which can be reached by climbing some gentle humps. Show more
#8 - Rifugio Locatelli - Misurina (Tre Cime di Lavaredo)
Parco Naturale Tre Cime di Levaredo
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Length: 7.5 mi • Est. 3 h 42 m
#9 - Croda dei Baranci - Rifugio Tre Scarperi
Parco Naturale Tre Cime di Levaredo
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Length: 15.0 mi • Est. 11 h 2 m
Leaving from Dobbiaco in the direction of Cortina, cross the road and immediately find the signpost number 9. The path in the woods rises rapidly towards Lake Malga di Mezzo. From the lake you can see the path that climbs steeply along the scree to the Forcella del Lago. From the fork take the path to the left to go up towards the Croda dei Baranci. The initial part of this path is exposed, even if it is equipped with a cord, it also includes a very short but easy climb in a crack in the rock. The path continues following the crest of the Cima Piatta Alta to the top. To get to the Croda dei Baranci, you have to pass a small saddle and then continue on the ridge up to the cross. In some places there are lines. This last section is particularly exposed and requires the utmost attention. To descend from the top, follow the path up to the Forcella del Lago, from here descend towards the Val Campo Di Dentro and the Tre Scarperi refuge.Show more
#10 - Rifugio Rudi - Museo Anderter Alpe via Sentiero dei Camosci
Parco Naturale Tre Cime di Levaredo
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Length: 3.4 mi • Est. 1 h 21 m
Panoramic path that leads from the top arrival of the Croda Rossa chairlift to the "Bellum Aquilarum" Museum (http://www.bellumaquilarum.it/), an open-air museum of the First World War. The outward route follows the chamois path (trail sign 100) which winds through the pine forest and is very scenic. Along the way there are explanatory panels relating to the positions that were used by Austrian soldiers during the First World War. At the end of the path you arrive at Anderter Alpe where you can see the fortifications built by the Austrian soldiers as an observation point and defense of the Sesto valley. For the return it is possible to follow the same route as the outward journey (which does not present technical difficulties and can also be traveled by families) or venture along the path of the Alpine troops (always trail sign 100) through the Costone di Croda Rossa to the starting point on the Meadows of Croda Rossa. This last path, while not requiring mountaineering skills, has a steeper section equipped with a ladder and some slightly exposed sections in which attention must be paid.Show more
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