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The highest mountain in the Dolomites of northeastern Italy, Marmolada has five peaks, all standing between 3,000–3,343 m (9,842.5–10,968 ft); of these Punta Penia is the highest. The northern slopes of the mountain are covered in the only sizeable glacier in the Dolomites, the Ghiacciaio della Marmolada.

Known as the ‘Queen of the Dolomites’ and famous for its summer hiking and winter ice climbing, Marmolada forms part of the Dolomiti Superski area, with 1,200 km (750 miles) of groomed pistes. The Bellunese is its longest run at 12-km (7.5-mile) and heads down to Malga Ciapela in the Pettorina valley; this resort is the starting point for the legendary Sellaronda ski tour through the valleys of Arabba, Fassa, Gardena and Badia. From Malga Ciapela a cable car goes up to the peak of

Marmolada’s Punta Rocca at 3,309 m (10,856 ft) for glorious views over the jagged, snow-capped summits of the Dolomites and – on a clear day – even to Venice.

Marmolada and the Dolomites formed the natural barrier that divided Italy from the last fragments of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, and was location of much military action during World War I, when Austrian soldiers dug far in to the cliffs of its

northern slopes and resisted Italian attack. The Museum of the Great War up at Serauta is the highest museum in Europe and showcases photos, uniforms, weapons and medals from the conflict; caves and tunnels dug out by the warring factions can

be explored close by.

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Via Marmolada 11, Trentino, 32020
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4-Day Dolomites Tour from Milan

4-Day Dolomites Tour from Milan

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Venture into the mountains and discover the UNESCO-listed peaks, historic towns and natural wonders of the Dolomites on this thrilling 4-day tour from Milan. Soak up the startling scenery as you drive through the Fiemme and Fassa Valleys, past the Misurina and Braies lakes, and the jaw-dropping Falzarego Pass. That’s not all: discover the legacy of Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet in Verona; visit mountain resorts like Cortina d'Ampezzo and Canazei; and admire the medieval monuments of Bolzano and Trento. This small-group tour is limited to 15 people, ensuring a personalized experience.
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  • 4 days
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7-Days Italian Lakes and the Dolomites Tour from Milan

7-Days Italian Lakes and the Dolomites Tour from Milan

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Check off the highlights of the Italian lakes and Dolomites with this 7-day tour from Milan. Complete with prebooked hotel accommodation, breakfasts, transfers, and guided tours, the excursion has everything you need to discover the region with minimum fuss. You’ll check out towns such as Como, Verona, and Bolzano, and travel through scenic lake and mountain landscapes around lakes Orta, Maggiore, Como, and Garda.
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  • 7 days
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 excursions with snowshoes in Val di Fassa

 excursions with snowshoes in Val di Fassa

We will accompany you to discover our mountains, to enjoy the magical colors and savor the silence that nature and the Dolomites transmit to us. Snowshoeing under the Marmolada massif or in the presence of the Sella and Sassolungo group are emotions that cannot be missed
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Should I book Marmolada tickets in advance?
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We recommend booking e-tickets ahead of time to secure your spot since Marmolada can get crowded. If you book with Viator, you can cancel at least 24 hours before the start date of your tour for a full refund. See all 3 Marmolada tickets and tours on Viator.
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How much does it cost to visit Marmolada 2021?
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Currently, an entrance ticket to Marmolada costs USD 37.18. Guided Marmolada tours start around USD 37.18 per person. See all 3 Marmolada tickets and tours on Viator.
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