The Alta Via delle Dolomiti n.1 was the very first route of this kind and was inaugurated in 1966. After fifty years this remains one of the most spectacular north-south routes in the Dolomites. It crosses the Braies valley, the Croda del Becco, the plateaus of Fanes and Sennes, the Tofane, the Averau and the Nuvolau. After the Giau pass the route goes around Mount Pelmo and Mount Civetta, then leads across the wild San Sebastiano-Tamer range. The last stretch before descending to Belluno is an exposed via ferrata on Mount La Schiara.
This guide-book also describes the route that continues south of Belluno for another 7 days. The route leads over Col Visentin and across the hills of Conegliano, then follows the course of river Piave as far as Jesolo and Venice. This itinerary mainly follows paths through woodlands and river-side vegetation, but last two legs are spent in a typical lagoon environment.
The route is described in great detail and the trail was entirely mapped on food with a GPS. This guidebook includes 20 maps (1:50.000 scale) that where made especially for this publication.
Trentino Alto Adige, Veneto
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