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Pragser Wildsee - Lago di Braies to Armentarola

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First section of the famous Alta Via 1 that we hiked from Pragser Wildsee to Armentarol, Alta Badia.
Distance 36.4 km
13:09 h
2,231 m
2,111 m
2,477 m
1,493 m
We started at Pragser Wildsee and hiked over the Pragser-Sennes-Fanes Nature Park over 4 days and three nights at Rifugio’s Fodara, Fanes & Scotoni.

Author’s recommendation

There is a reason that this is so popular, it is the classic “high route” of the Dolomites. Offers fantastic scenery, hiking, huts and mountain geology.
Highest point
2,477 m
Lowest point
1,493 m

Track types

Asphalt 1.10%Dirt road 41.26%Forested/wild trail 37.07%Path 18.88%Road 1.67%
Asphalt
0.4 km
Dirt road
15 km
Forested/wild trail
13.5 km
Path
6.9 km
Road
0.6 km
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Start

Pragser Wildsee (1,498 m)
Coordinates:
DD
46.694757, 12.083459
DMS
46°41'41.1"N 12°05'00.5"E
UTM
33T 277014 5175376
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Destination

Armentarola, Alta Badia

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Coordinates

DD
46.694757, 12.083459
DMS
46°41'41.1"N 12°05'00.5"E
UTM
33T 277014 5175376
w3w 
///congregate.skinfold.eagerly
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Distance
36.4 km
Duration
13:09 h
Ascent
2,231 m
Descent
2,111 m
Highest point
2,477 m
Lowest point
1,493 m
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