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Alpe Lusia will reach the summit with a futuristic cable car to 10 seats. The new Castelir-Fassane-Morea plant, to be carried out between May and November 2016, will get rid of 8 pylons from the slopes and offer more comfort and safety for children and the disabled. The environment and the view will gain immediate benefit. The creation of the gondola 10 places of Sit Bellamonte, which will be built between spring and autumn 2016, has three stations (downstream, intermediate, upstream) Landscape friendly, to fit into the natural environment in harmony. Replacing the two chairlifts Castelir-Fassane and Fassane-Morea, they will be deleted 13 supports moving from 28 to 15, all positioned outside of the ski area except one.

JOURNEY IN TERMS OF DISCOVERY, DIALOGUE, CONTAMINATION AND HEALING The theme chosen for the 30th Maratona dles Dolomites – Enel is JOURNEY. In fact, we set off a long time ago and have never stopped. Journey has always been key for human beings. It was believed, at the turn of the last century, that technology and science could solve the world's problems, from hunger to disease (in fact, penicillin was a great invention). But the Belle Époque, with its hedonism and excess energy, actually triggered the Urkatastrophe, the original catastrophe. A war lasting thirty years, with a cease-fire in the middle, a thinly disguised desire for peace. The destination of that trip, made up of hope and technology actually led humanity in a completely different direction.

Choosing a holiday in the Dolomites mountains means spending a happy, relaxing period on the most spectacular mountains in all of Europe. And it’s not for nothing. The Dolomites are the diamond point of the Alps, the place where the mountains meet the Po Valley and the Adriatic Sea. Mountains that are bursting with bright personality and an immense sense of peace and wellbeing. When admiring the Dolomites...

The Sella Pass, the Pordoi Pass, the Campolongo Pass, and the Gardena Pass. These are the 4 bike passes of the Dolomites that are, in classic iconography, part of the legendary Giro d’Italia’s history. Four Dolomites passes that boast one of the most fascinating and captivating tours on two wheels, and it’s not for nothing. It’s a challenge on level ground which is rather stimulating and leads directly to what is quite rightly the heritage of cycling’s legend.

Even those who love going up and down the mountains on bike will be able to appreciate the delightful opportunity to have an invigorating and regenerative rest. Dolomites holidays are also synonymous with Dolomites wellbeing. On the other hand, among the many tourist zones on the Dolomites are lots of famous places that stand out from the crowd and can guarantee a high-quality wellness holiday.

Whether it’s for a weekend or a holiday period, the Dolomites are always a special place. It’s not for nothing that the Dolomites family holiday has become a real and true must, also thanks to the ample selection of relaxation, entertainment, and wellbeing provided by this exclusive location. Chosen by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site, the Dolomites are a mountain range situated in the extreme north of Italy that are able to offer incredible beauty you can admire on fantastic walks and excursions, and that even allow you to venture upon unforgettable rides by bike, motorbike, or even horseback.

The Hohe Gaisl, the Sorapiss, the Tofane, the Marmolada, the Moiazza, the Civetta, the Tre Cime di Lavaredo: marvellous natural examples that are all found in the Belluno Dolomites. Other than boasting mountains that belong to World Heritage Sites, the Belluno Dolomites offer the wild beauty of the major Dolomites groups, as well as prestigious and internationally famous locations known for the caliber of Cortina d’Ampezzo, and Arabba, only to cite a few.

Whether in summer or winter, the Dolomites always remain the favorite destination for amazing mountain holidays. Chosen as a UNESCO Heritage site, these fantastic mountains boast unique and incredible scenery as well as a level of hospitality that will always be of an optimal standard, without then forgetting the exceptional landscape offered by the Dolomites’ events. So there are attractions that adapt to every type of holiday, from sporty holidays to those dedicated to total relaxation. Therefore, thanks to Dolomites holidays, it’s as much for the adventurer as it is for the lazy, and you’ll always find yourself at complete ease.

Törggelen is the name of a South Tyrol’s autumn culinary tradition, particularly diffused in Burgraviato and Val d’Isarco. Törggelen allows people to further discover and enjoy the typical traditions and costumes of South Tyrol. Törggelen is a pleasant way to experience the typical life of South Tyrol. Törggelen take place in typical places called Stubes, where the abundance of the harvest and the gifts of nature can be shared and celebrated following the typical local tradition and style.

The chestnut pathway is on of the most interesting routes in South Tyrol in autumn, no matter if done in one or more days. The chestnut path in Valle Isarco, in German Keschtnweg, is always a great opportunity to spend a great day hiking and enjoying the local food and wine, especially at Törggelen, the traditional feast between September and November.