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Tour rund um die Marmolata, auch "Königin der Dolomiten" genannt.
Photo: Hannes Riegler
Distance 84.5 km
Highest point2,244 m
Lowest point1,053 m
Queen of the Dolomites. The Marmolata, also called Queen of the Dolomites, can claim several superlatives: the highest Dolomite peak (3343 m), the largest glacier and the highest museum in Europe with the Mountain War Museum in the Serauta cable car station at 2950 m above sea level.
From Corvara up to the Grödner Joch ➊. Downhill and at the junction turn left to the Sella Pass ➋. Down into the Fassa Valley to Canazei ➌. At the roundabout, head towards Cortina/Belluno and Passo Fedaia/Marmolada. Along the reservoir in the direction of Rocca Piétore. After the Fedaia Pass ➍, on the right is the valley station of the cable car up the Marmolata, the descent is very fast at 15%. Always follow the main road SP 641. After 6.8 km you can take a trip through the Serrai gorge of Sottoguda, which is well worth seeing – turn left ➎ into the town, through the gorge and the town, then you re back on the SP 641. At the turn-off for Rocca Piétore ➏ turn left signposted Arabba/Laste/Digonera/Passo Pordoi. After the 9 km climb and 640 metres of altitude, turn left at the junction ➐ towards Arabba/Corvara. On this road through Arabba, over the last climb to the Passo di Campolongo ➑ back to Corvara.
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