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News | Geo hiking on Passo Sella: getting to know the Dolomites

17 July 2017


Geo hiking on Passo Sella:
getting to know the Dolomites

Wednesday – 10 am, Passo Sella

A simple guided excursion to discover the Dolomites, in the company of the UNESCO Dolomites Foundation, experts from the MUSE in Trento, Alpine Guides, and Middle-Mountain Guides of the Fassa, Gardena and Badia valleys. The itinerary will offer a geological reading of the Dolomitic environment, with the illustration of the main evolutionary stages in the territory (from the pre-volcanic carbonate platforms, to Mid-Triassic volcanism, to the post-volcanic carbonate platforms), fossils of the San Cassiano Formation, the Marmolada and its glacier.


Length: 4.0 km
Difference in altitude: 250 m
Duration: About 2 hours
Meeting point: Hotel Passo Sella Mountain Resort
Excursion departure time: 10 am
Suggested attire: Hiking boots, wind breaker, fleece

Booking required, limited number of places: BOOKING NOW


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