Marmolada as seen from Sass Pordoi cable car Trentino Dolomites

How to Visit Marmolada, the Queen of the Dolomites (& Is it Worth it)

The Marmolada Cablecar Prices The entrance to the museum is included in the ticket of the cable car. Groups must be a minimum of 20 people. Teenagers up to 16. Children up to 6 travel free. Info skipass on From MALGA CIAPÈLA 1.450 m to MARMOLADA (PUNTA ROCCA) 3.265 m Normal round trip € 38,00 Group round trip € 32,00

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For both excursions (cable car and on foot), start at Malga Ciapela (1,450m), at the foot of the Marmolada. Malga Ciapela is the departure station of the famous Marmolada cable car, which reaches Punta Rocca (3,265m) near Punta Penia, the highest peak of the Marmolada. On the way up, you can get off at the Serauta station (2,950m) to visit the.

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Venue Marmolada Srl. 32023 Loc. Malga Ciapela, 48 Rocca Pietore (BL) (0039) 0437 522984 [email protected] The ski season starts in one of the most spectacular areas of the Dolomite Superski. On December 16th, snow permitting, Funvie Marmolada opens for.

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Cable car trip to the highest mountains of the Dolomites, Marmolada. Filming with a Panasonic Lumix DMC G80 camera.Výlet lanovkou na nejvyšší horu Dolomit.Fi.


Marmolada Cable Car Route In order to get to the top of Marmolada, you will ride a series of three cable cars to the top. Here is a description of the route and what you can do and see along the way. Marmolada Map: cable car route Malga Ciapèla (1,450 meters) to Antermoja (2,350 meters) The bottom station is called Malga Ciapèla.

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Summer on the roof of the Dolomites: Marmolada cable car opens on 17th June 2023 9 May 2023 An exciting summer in Rocca Pietore: Funivie Marmolada 'll open from 17th June 2023! The adrenaline rush of go up to the Punta Rocca terrace and the spectacle of the Dolomites await you every day from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Marmolada as seen from Sass Pordoi cable car Trentino Dolomites

The cable car costs 15 euros there and back. From the top station of the cable car we continue down to the crossroads in the direction of Marmolada. From here we descend further to walk over the rock, behind which we will climb a gravel terrain and a snow field into the saddle. The snow field is covered with ice, suitable for cats.

How to Visit Marmolada, the Queen of the Dolomites (& Is it Worth it)

Wednesday, 8th December 2021 OPENING OF MARMOLADA'S CABLE CARS Marmolada - Move to the Top's three cable cars, the Great War Museum at 3000 m and all the other attractions will open again on Wednesday, 8th December. The cable car will be open every day from 8.40 am to 4 pm.

Marmolada Cable Car. Aerial View on the Valley Station of Malga Ciapela

Malga Malga Ciapèla is located at 1450 mt above the sea level at the foot of the Marmolada, the Queen of the Dolomites, and is the starting point of the Marmolada cable car - Move to the top. This modern lift allows guests to go up to the 3265 meters of Punta Rocca in a few minutes.

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Easy Duration 2-3h Distance 9.4 km Elevation 175 m User Ratings Overall Rating 9.8 Physical Difficulty Easy (Circle) Technical Difficulty Easy (Circle) Read Reviews Directions to Trailhead Google Maps Apple Maps The Viel del Pan hike treks over a historic path used by the flour and bread merchants to get from one valley to another.

Marmolada Cable Car. Aerial View on the Valley Station of Malga Ciapela

It is located on the border between Veneto and Trentino Alto Adige and Punta Penìa (3343mt.) and Punta Rocca (3265mt) are its two main peaks. The main feature of the Marmolada is its renowned perennial glacier, which is a coveted resort for skiers in winter and for mountaineers in summer.

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Marmolada can be reached by a series of three cable cars from Malga Ciapela (see the exact location on Google Maps ). The funny thing is that Malga Ciapela is located in the Venetto region, whereas Marmolada mountain peak is just over the regional border, in the Trentino-Alto Adige region.

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After that, in the 1982, the Marmolada's cable cars where connected to the famouse Sella Ronda tour and the Dolomiti Superski. Between 2004 and 2005 the three parts of the lift, was powerd to permetted at 1.000 people to reach the top of the mountain hourly. MARMOLADA - MOVE TO THE TOP!

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Marmolada cable car is an amazing experience. It rises in three stages and round trip costs 30 euro. It is also called the "Queen of the Dolomites". Service, in summer, runs from 09.00 till 16.00hrs. The third stop is Punta Rocca at 3265 mts. Here you will find a large sun deck to relax, take pictures and admire the beautiful mountains around you.

Summer on the roof of the Dolomites Marmolada cable car opens on 17th

On the Belluno Province side of Marmolada, a modern cable car allows people to go up, in just 12 minutes, from Malga Ciapela (1450 m) to Punta Rocca station (3265 m), located exactly in front of Punta Penia, Dolomites highest peak (3343 m), passing through the intermediary stations of Coston d'Antermoja (2350 m) and Serauta (2950 m).

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Marmolada is the highest Dolomites Mountain and, since these last years, the only with a big glacier (north-face). Its surname is "The Queen of the Dolomites" and it is situated between Sella Group (north) and Pale di San Martino (south). Its ridge is a border between two Dolomites regions: Trentino and Veneto.