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The Alps along the northern stretches of Italy consist of 18 peaks of the Dolomites. Home to some of the best mountains scenery, featuring huge cliffs, winging narrow valleys, blankets of fresh winter snow, and vast backcountry to explore, the Dolomites is a world-class region to explore. The distinctive mountain landscapes are fully protected as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.



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Visit during the frosty months between January and April for ideal backcountry skiing conditions

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The Dolomites begin to receive fresh snow in December, and despite temperatures dipping below zero, the sunshine remains an ever present during winter

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The Dolomites mountain range spreads across the northeast of Italy. They are part of the larger Southern Limestone Alps sandwiched between the valleys of Puster and Sugana. Their prominent peaks cross the Italian provinces of Trentino, Belluno and South Tyrol. The Dolomites, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, are covered with protected national parks, such as the Dolomiti Bellunesi National Park



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