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A week amongst the clouds - Mt. Lagazuoi seen by Nikon Creators

"There are places where photography becomes a physiological necessity, where amazement is so disruptive that we want to capture what we are witnessing with our eyes. In mid-July, together with the Nikon Creators Mattia Bonavida and Samuele Cavicchi, I had the opportunity to spend six days on one of the most incredible panoramic terraces in the Dolomites: Mount Lagazuoi." (...)
Although the article was written in Italian, don't miss the opportunity to see the stunning photo gallery  >>>

The article published in the Nikon School portal was written by Alberto Papagni, with photos and content created by Alberto Papagni, Mattia Bonavita and Samuele Cavicchi, the Nikon Creators who accompanied the three young talents selected for an artist residency at high altitudes as part of the Lagazuoi Photo Award New Talents 2023, a curatorial project of Lagazuoi EXPO Dolomiti.

nikonschool.it - Alberto Papagni - 08/09/2023

Skiing’s longest run

A new cable car connection makes it possible to ski across much of the Dolomites in a single day

(...) A long-held idea, finally completed as part of Cortina’s preparations to host the 2026 Winter Olympics, the lift takes about 12 minutes to silently transport skiers through forests of spruce and larch towards the Cinque Torri’s distinctive rock towers and the Falzarego Pass.

Read this article and enjoy the stunning pics  >>>>>

Financial Times - Tom Robbins - 25/01/2022

Ikon Pass invites skiers and riders to adventure further into Europe. Dolomiti Superski, and thus the Lagazuoi Ski area, which is in the heart of the entire Dolomiti Superski carousel, joined the Alterra Mountain Company’s multi-destination season pass product, “Ikon Pass,” that offers skiers and riders up to 21 days in the Alps for winter 2021-22. >>>>>>>

Dolomiti Superki - IKON PASS - 15/12/2021

Iris van Herpen – Earthrise

Iris van Herpen shows her latest collection ‘Earthrise’ at the Paris Haute Couture Week on July, 5th 2021 with a stunning video.

"This video was shot on the top of mount Lagazuoi in the spectacular Dolomites, UNESCO heritage... how much history these enchanting places tell, if you don’t know it we invite you to discover it”, says the video producer.

The scenery of this video will keep you glued to your computer screen  >>>>>>>

Iris van Herpen - Earthrise - 05/07/2021

The Haunting Beauty of a Hut-to-Hut Hike in the Dolomites

A monumental mountain range in northeastern Italy, the Dolomites — a World Heritage Site since 2009 — are home to some of the world’s most majestic scenery: colossal vertical limestone walls, gloriously green valleys. There are several Alta Via routes, but the AV1, with fewer exposed sections, is ideal for less experienced hikers. The trail runs south from Lago di Braies, a chilly Alpine lake in South Tyrol, to Belluno, a town in Italy’s Veneto region  >>>>>>>

The New Your Times, Mónica R. Goya - 24/06/2020

Dolomites - the Path of Peace and excursions in the Fanes group of the Dolomites

Edel Seebauer and Jürgen Mahler describe two dolomitic excursions, each lasting three days, of varying difficulty, which start at Lagazuoi Refuge and lead through the southern part of the Fanes-Sennes-Prags Nature Park.
We share the article, even if in German language, because the pictures of the tours are magnificent  >>>>>>>

Reiseblog EdelTrips - 06/08/2019


The Armentarola ski rum starts right from the mountain station of the Lagazuoi cablecar. The descent is more than 7 kilometers long and should not be tackled with competitive ambitions but with the necessary calm to stop and admire the extraordinary panorama that changes at every turn.


Dolomiti Review - 27/02/2019

The ten most beautiful cable cars in Europe
Spectacular views of the Alpine peaks, nto the deep blue of mountain lakes and coastal towns

Lagazuoi cable car, Veneto - In the Ampezzo Dolomites, from the Falzarego Pass you can drive up to the Lagazuoi Refuge at an altitude of almost 2800 m in just a few minutes. These mountains have been the scene of tragic battles during the First World War. In the last section of the route the cable car floats right on the edge of the rock and into the mountain.

HERE THE FEATURE  (in Italian)  >>>

Touring Club - 24/01/2019

10 of Italy’s most charming ski resorts
by Andrea Gambaro

The Italian Alps are formed by a diverse range of mountain landscapes which leaves one spoilt for choice when it comes to picking the best ski areas, but thrilling runs are not the only attraction to look out for. Known for their fabulous scenery, cultural offerings, shopping opportunities and regional gastronomy, these charming ski resorts provide plenty of things to do off the slopes, as well as on them.


Although not considered a proper ski resort, Lagazuoi is a 2,835-meter mountain with a refuge on top. One of the two pistes available here, the Armentarola, is alone worth a trip to the Dolomites: a 7,300-meter track winding past spectacular rocky walls and frozen waterfalls, made of steep and gentle slopes which are suitable for experts and intermediates alike. At the end of the run, a horse-drawn carriage takes skiers to the Armentarola ski lift, with links back to the Lagazuoi cable car or to the Alta Badia ski area. To better enjoy this thrilling skiing experience, the Lagazuoi refuge provides accommodation and offers authentic local hospitality surrounded by stunning views over the Dolomites.

The cable car that reaches Mount Lagazuoi operates only during high season. It starts in Passo Falzarego, 17km west of Cortina D’Ampezzo.


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TRAVELMAG - 23/01/2019