Ride down on a Fat Bike in Cortina

The sun shines high in the clear sky, Cortina is full of snow. This morning i feel like skiing, staying outdoors, and trying someting new. I have been told that on Passo Falzarego, at 2055 metres, at Col Gallina it is possible to ski, but above all to ride down on a Fat Bike. Cortina is the only place in Europe

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The Dolomites – UNESCO World Heritage

The splendid natural scenario of the Dolomites has been the backdrop for memorable events and the subject of emblematic fascination: a place where heaven and earth meet, the abode of the gods and the culmination of man’s ascent towards awareness. Since the dawn of culture, the mountains have alwaysexpressed the idea of immutability and at the same time the possibility

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Val di Funes – a fairy tale mountain landscape in the Dolomites

Gruppo delle Odle, Val di Funes, Dolomites, South Tyrol, Italy

In the heart of the Italian Dolomites, north of the vast vineyards and orchards of Bolzano and Merano, you can find agriculturally fertile valley of Val di Funes, also called Villnösser Tal. This valley surrounded by massive stone towers is proudly ranked among the most beautiful places in the Dolomites, and also boasts the entry on the UNESCO World Heritage

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Stromboli – a home to one of three active volcanoes of Italy

Stromboli, Aeolian Islands, Sicily, Italy

Stromboli is a part of the Aeolian archipelago and one of the most visited places in Sicily. It has been known for centuries as the Mediterranean Lighthouse due to its ideal location between the Italian mainland and Sicily. The island of Stromboli is home to an active volcano which has been in a continuous state of eruption for years. As

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