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Activities in San Martino di Castrozza

Discover the Italian jewels while hiking and biking

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The terrace overlooking the Dolomites

The balcony on Dolomites is one of the first UNESCO panoramic balconies on the Pale di San Martino – Dolomites
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The Tognola homesteads

A journey through the past, thanks to a reconstruction of the ancient
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San Martino Bike Arena

Il Bike Park della Tognola, a San Martino di Castrozza. Tre tracciati per oltre 10 Km di emozioni mozzafiato.
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On the trail of World War I

Just a few steps away from the Alpe Tognola, there are the Lagorai Chains’ heights, where the World War I took place
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Indemnity from and against any liabilities

Users are advised to determine their route, their way of walking and their speed in relation to their individual competence and capacity, to the terrain conditions, weather, visibility, conditions of the chosen paths and routes and in accordance with the indications of route boards or signs. Furthermore route choices must carefully take into consideration one’s personal ability as well as paying due respect to the opening and closing schedule of each single lift system facility. 

The presented routes and paths, as well as the “bike parks” or similar structures, are designed, marked, monitored and maintained by the operators and/or owners responsible for the management of such structures, by the local authorities, associations, and appointed consortia for the particular areas in question and hereby only carried over.