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Via del Pan from Belvedere Gondola is a 3.9 mile moderately trafficked point-to-point trail located near Canazei, Trentino-South Tyrol, Italy that features a lake and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is best used from June until October.

Length 3.9 mi Elevation gain 521 ft Route type Point to Point

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This trail offers spectacular views of the amazing Dolomites of Northern Italy from. The Marmolada glacier is right across the valley the whole way. This hike can be completed as a point to point or an out and back. It starts at the gondola station. Depending where you leave from, you may have to take two gondolas. Take the gondola up to the marked start point of the trail on the route here. Walk to the Via del Pan trail all the way to Lake Fedaia. Once completing the trail, you have the option to climb back up hill to the gondola, you can take a bus back into town from the lake, or continue exploring the area.

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Pat Ribotto
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This is a super easy hike and has unreal views. It involved 3 modes of transportation for us that day. We walked down the street from our hotel to the gondola station. We took that to the top, which involved getting off the first one and on another. Then we walked the Via del Pan trail all the way to Lake Fedaia. Then it was a bus ride back to town. What an awesome day and the views of the Dolomites of Northern Italy from here are amazing. The Marmolada glacier is right across the valley the whole way. Many different mountain groups can be seen along this trail too. All part of the Dolomite section of the Italian Alps. When we arrived at the lake, we walked across the street and had a couple cold ones while we waited for the bus. This was our first hike in Northern Italy, and it was great. Hope to return some day and explore other areas.

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Adriana Zubiri
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Motti Bardicef
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