During your summer holiday at the Tre Cime di Lavaredo, you can immerse yourself in unspoiled nature and you can try new emotions between excursions and activities in the heart of the Dolomites: ask for hotel maps, maps and maps of the Tre Cime di Lavaredo area and Lake Misurina . Always at your complete disposal.
Located near the province of Belluno, the Tre Cime di Lavaredo are reflected powerful and magnificent in the clear waters of Lake Misurina, and attract tourists from all over the world. You can also admire from Braies and Villabassa, Dobbiaco, San Candido and Sesto but also from your room here in our hotel Lavaredo! One of the most inviting reasons why Le Tre Cime di Lavaredo attract so many tourists all year round, is for lovers of hiking. Your holidays in the kingdom of the three peaks of Lavaredo: an unforgettable stay near the Cadore area, the colors and the characteristic shape that you will notice of the Tre Cime di Lavaredo are an icon, a symbol.
The "three fingers of dolomite" that are exalted towards the sky are in fact a unique spectacle of their kind, and they are magnificent in the evening as well as during the day, in summer and in winter. The Tre Cime di Lavaredo located on the border between the extreme north of the province of Belluno and the Alta Pusteria in Alto Adige, are perhaps the most famous mountains in the world, the most photographed and most present on postcards.
Once you reach the Tre Cime di Lavaredo area, which is really convenient from the Hotel Lavaredo, you can take a nice excursion or a trip with the family: for example, you can do the Tour of the Tre Cime di Lavaredo, which is a path to ring of about 4 hours. For those who instead feel more trained and fit, the excursion is available from the Rif. Auronzo to the Locatelli Refuge.
The Tre Cime are also crossed by the Alta Via no. In the last few years the Tre Cime di Lavaredo have also been the scene of free climbing activities and maximum difficulty sport climbing: IX degree. In 2011, alpinists Olzer and Kleindl crossed the empty space between the individual peaks on a slack line.