Ski Touring and Snowshoeing in the Dolomites

A guidebook to 50 ski touring and snowshoeing routes in the Italian Dolomites. The routes are all graded and take less than a day to complete.

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Ski Touring and Snowshoeing in the Dolomites

Ski Touring and Snowshoeing in the Dolomites
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Guidebook to 50 ski touring and snowshoeing routes in the Dolomites. The routes, which carry an Alpine (and when appropriate, a Volo/Toponeige) grading, range from 5km to 18km, taking between 2 and 7 hours to complete. The routes are based in and around areas such as Canazei, Arabba, Corvara and San Martino, starting from Cortina, Arabba, Val di Zoldo, San Martino or San Vigilio and take in stunning scenery, quaint villages and enchanting mountain vistas.
Clear route descriptions are accompanied by 1:50K mapping and photo topos, together with information such as total ascent and descent (as well as aspect), expected duration of route and equipment required. Also provided is invaluable practical advice on things such as mountain safety and navigation, equipment, transport options to, from and around the Dolomites, ski passes, accommodation and more.
Regarded as one of the most beautiful mountain ranges in the world, the Dolomites offer endless winter escapades. Those who venture off the beaten track and into the backcountry (whether by ski or by shoe) will discover a veritable winter wonderland.
1 Canazei – Val di Fassa: 1 Latemar Labyrinth, 2 Val San Nicolò, 3 Forcia Neigra, 4 Val Duron, 5 Forcella Sassolungo Nord.
2 Canazei and Arabba – Sella Group: 6 Val Mesdì, 7 Canale del Ghiacciaio, 8 Canale Col Anton into Val Lasties, 9 Val Setus.
3 Ortisei and Selva – Val Gardena: 10 Compaccio, 11 Alpe di Siusi traverse, 12 Chiesetta di San Giacomo and Monte Pic, 13 Forcella di Mesdì, 14 Forcella della Roa.
4 Corvara – South Badia: 15 Val de Chedul and Col Toronn, 16 Forcella de Ciampei, 17 Pisciadù and the Ciampac traverse, 18 Santa Croce and Ranch da Andrè, 19 Lech dla Lunch to Lech da Sompont.
5 San Martino in Badia – North Badia and Fanis: 20 Monte Muro, 21 Crep dales Dodesc, 22 Munt da Medalges, 23 Malga Vaciara, 24 Utia Lavarella circuit, 25 Col Becchei Dessora, 26 Monte Castello.
6 Arabba – Marmolada and Livinallongo: 27 Punta Penia, 28 Forcella Marmolada, 29 Monte Sief.
7 San Cassiano – Passo Falzarego: 30 Settsass, 31 Forcella Grande, 32 Cadin di Fanis, 33 Canale della Nonna, 34 Col dei Bos, 35 Cinque Torri and Nuvolau, 36 Tofana di Rozes.
8 Selva di Cadore – Passo Giau: 37 Monte Pore, 38 Monte Mondeval, 39 Lastoni di Formin, 40 Croda da Lago.
9 Pecol – Val di Zoldo: 41 Col de la Puina, 42 Città di Fiume, 43 Rifugio Venezia traverse, 44 Spiz de Zuel.
10 Cortina and Misurina – Passo Tre Croci and Tre Cime: 45 Malga Ra Stua, 46 Posporcora and Col Rosa circuit, 47 Forcella Faloria traverse, 48 Passo del Cristallo, 49 Giro delle Tre Cime, 50 Sasso di Sesto.
Well illustarted with colour maps, photodiagrams and action photos.
By James Rushforth.
Card cover with plastic sleeve, 17.5cm x 12cm, 273 pages.
Published 2017.
ISBN: 978-1-85284-745-6.

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