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Cortina d'Ampezzo, Italy
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Most Helpful Positive Review
Reviewed 22 June 2015

About a 20 minute drive outside of Cortina d Ampezzo, we found the narrow unpaved road leading to the Cinque Torri. The Cinque are 5 mountain peaks, viewable from a pull ou at the end of a long unpaved mostly one-lane road. But, the true...More

2  Thank cbellehu
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Reviewed 1 November 2015

We spent the day doing a loop hike around Cinque Torri. The area is just so beautiful and there are great views. The only negative is because it is such a beautiful and popular area it was the most crowded hike we did in the...More

3  Thank thewanderingfamily4
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All reviews open air chair lift beautiful area rock climbers area offers great hiking easy hike spectacular scenery surrounding peaks hot chocolate walk around first world war lovely restaurant outdoor museum easy access war museum via ferrata
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Cinque Torri is just 30 minutes drive time from Cortina d"Ampezzo. Once you exit the road there is a single lane road leading to the Rifugio Scoiattoli below the massive rocks. It is a tight and twisting road and not for the faint of heart....More

Thank Mahdeeyo
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We hiked in the Cinque Torri area during our 10 day hiking trip in the Dolomites.There are 3 Rifugios close by to have lunch or stay overnight. Lots of hikers accessing the area via chair lifts. It was also a popular mt biking area. 1st...More

1  Thank Cadtraveler
Reviewed 10 October 2018

We drove down from La Villa one morning, and took the unnamed singletrack road [turnoff near the Cianzope bus stop] leading to Rifugio Cinqe Torri, and parked in a vacant layby. We then began climbing for about 30 mins to reach Rifugio Scoiattoli, as the...More

Thank Anuj_Mithani
Reviewed 8 October 2018 via mobile

We hiked around Cinque Torri on our way from Rifugio Lagazuoi to Cortina. WWI Italian fortifications were well marked and explained. Would recommend the hike up to Rifugio Averau and then Novalou if you have the energy. Great hiking location with easy access from the...More

Thank Paul K
Reviewed 3 October 2018

This area offers great hiking with superb views and excellent outdoor exhibits from the first world war.

Thank EricAuthor
Reviewed 29 September 2018

Really help you understand how utterly impossible it was to be a soldier in WWI on this mountain! the short hike around the rocks is really easy and recommended. We drove up to the mountain top and a nice (though narrow) paved road so skipped...More

1  Thank vengosht
Reviewed 23 September 2018

After going around the Lagazuoi area in the morning, we went up to Cinque Torri in the afternoon. The easiest way up is via the chairlift at Baita Bai de Dones but you can also hike up. Again, fantastic views all around and there is...More

1  Thank jchong
Reviewed 18 September 2018

So glad that we came herewhile in Cortina. After a long drive, we took the chairlift up to the Refugio Cinque Torri. What a view that greets you. You will need good walking boots for this one. There are a number of walks that you...More

Thank omega132857
Reviewed 17 September 2018

It is a really nice location with some incredible scenery of the mountains and you can also learn a bit of history of the First World War, and find locations where the armies clashed, had camps, etc. To get there you can use the chair...More

Thank Alin A
Reviewed 10 September 2018

Even though this was my third visit to Cortina area, I've visited Cinque Torri for the first time in September 2018. It can be accessed quite easily via paved road. My short visit towards the end of the day was worth it.

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Response from charles v | Reviewed this property |
Hello`traveller! I cannot refer to websites via this tripadvisor medium. In google maps you do not find much, but a fair impression you find with the keywords (also in English) Lagazuoi 5torri dolomiti. The Rifugio can help... More
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