Baita Bai de Dones - Cinque Torri is a 4.5 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Cortina d'Ampezzo, Veneto, Italy that features a lake and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round.

Length4.5 miElevation gain1,220 ftRoute typeLoop
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Le Cinque Torri (Fünf Türme) sono una formazione rocciosa nelle Dolomiti Orientali, vicino a Cortina d'Ampezzo e al Monte Averau. Questa formazione è composta da diversi picchi, o torri, che sono uno spettacolo da vedere e sono popolari tra gli scalatori. La torre più alta sembra in realtà essere tre torri separate, ma è considerata una. Ecco un elenco delle cinque torri: Torre Grande: la più alta delle torri; ha tre cime separate Torre Seconda: composta anche da tre cime Terza Torre o Torre Latina Quarta Torre: due cime di diversa altezza Quinta Torre o Torre Inglese È possibile raggiungere le Cinque Torri con la seggiovia da Bai de Dones, tuttavia questa escursione è un anello escursionistico completo che inizia dal parcheggio ai piedi dell'ascensore. Lo stesso anello si può iniziare anche dal vicino Rifugio Col Gallina. Una moderata salita che è in salita durante il tragitto e in discesa sulla via del ritorno, questa escursione presenta anche trincee della seconda guerra mondiale per rendere ancora più gratificante un viaggio già esaltante. In cima ci si può fermare al Rifugio Scoiatolli per una sosta, uno spuntino o un aperitivo. Giunti al rifugio non si è lontani dalle torri e si possono percorrere diversi sentieri per girovagare e ammirare le possenti formazioni.

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Alexandre Le Bris
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Magnifique randonnée sur un sentier enneigé. Le décor est sublime, le sentier bien tracé. Nous avons préféré la partie côté Cinque Torri que la fin de la randonnée. Crampons d'usage si la neige est molle.

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sarah kreusch
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Sam Wardleworth
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Good. Hard on ankles coming down but the history at the top is well worth the walk.

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Bruno Greff
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Ed Boyd
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Lovely hike with panoramic views at Rifugio Scoiattoli

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Dorien Laan
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HikingGreat!Rocky

Nice views and mostly shaded path (except near the top). Agree with previous reviewer that counterclockwise gives a more relaxed descent. Refugio on top is a great place for a drink and a bite!

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Ward Diricks
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Nanette Laevaert
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HikingMuddy

Wonderful hike with amazing views! It offers a great variety in environment, and the sights up close of the Towers are insane - as well as the views of the surrounding mountains. Do this hike counterclockwise; the road going down can be quite slippery and is more enjoyable this way. There is a short stretch on a paved road, but it's not too bad. Make sure to take a detour through the trenches as well, especially if you're a history buff!

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Tristan Aubert
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Belle rando, relativement facile. Jolie point de vue. Seul bémol, une partie de la montée est le long de la route mais très peu de circulation.

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Giulia Fornara
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Bellissima escursione, breve e facile, con un panorama mozzafiato. È possibile arrivare all'altezza delle torri con una seggiovia, diversamente é un'oretta di salita da aggiungere al giro. Intorno alle torri é presente un percorso museale tra le trincee della prima guerra mondiale.

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Aurélie Wilhelm
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Super. Faire le tour en sens inverse pour redescendre par la route et monter par la roche qui peut être glissante.

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Oliver Petrovic
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Bryan Rule
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lots of variety- history, terrain, views. Plus there were heaps of options at the top for extra additions

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Matthew Schryer
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HikingMuddy

Had a great time hiking this trail. Almost 90% uphill until you get close to the refugios and Cinque Torri and then almost all downhill on way back (not much break for knees). Great views. Definitely add on the loop around the WW1 trenches and shelter remains. Took our dog and she was fine on the trail.

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Anna Kaganskaya
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Simply WOW! The best views I’ve ever seen. Highly recommended! The track is not easy, but it worst it. On October it was already pretty cold and the grass was already yellow, but I can imagine how gorgeous it’s on summer. The restaurant on the top and the cable car were also closed on October.

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Kyle Brumm
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David Landy
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The hike was truly wonderful. The views and rock climbing incredible. As a note, There was a good 1/2 mile of asphalt trail that turned out to be a road to the refuge cinque torri. The road was not noted in other hikes, but kind of welcomed. Only had 1 car. The refuge huts are great. The wine delicious. The country is amazing.

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Uri S.
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Wonderfull trail

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Kathy Gelinas
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Pour la montée, nous sommes partie du refuge Gallina pour atteindre le refuge Scoiatolli par le sentier 424 et 440. Suivi du sentier 438 pour se rendre au refuge Nuvolau.

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Dunja Prgomet
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Amazing & pretty easy. So worth it. Also - best apple strudel I have ever had in my life.

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Flemming Daugaard
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TB2 User
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stunning vistas.

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TB2 User
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fabulous hike. the food at the refugeos is brilliant.

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Gabe Hurt
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Best hiking spot we’ve trekked! Highly recommend! You can hike from the base or take the lift which is 16 euro per adult.

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Nikolina Jurisic
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Amazing views, flowers blossoming in end of June/July. Great food at the shelter. Definitely recomended.

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Norra Mirosevic
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One of my favorites in the Dolomites!

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Peter Athans
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Pick any trail in this region. You will not be disappointed!

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