Photo gallery: Dolomites

918 photos of this climbing area (showing 1-24): average rating 3.8 votes 10,084
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Who knew dragonflies had such smiley faces?
© James Rushforth, 10 Sep 2016
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Even closer (no zoom)! Amazing bit of flying - the rock above was very very close. Glad I...
© mes32, 14 Sep 2016
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Yikes! Seven pitches up at this point with the face continuing directly above me. No zoom...
© mes32, 14 Sep 2016
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Sunrise over Lago Fedaia with views of Pelmo, Civetta and Punta Serauta on the Marmolada.
© James Rushforth, 12 Sep 2016
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Too close for comfort
Tricadam, 14 Sep 2016 © Adam Archibald
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Ken Taylor on the Fessura Dimai, Cinque Torri. Way back in the 80s so can't recall which...
© Andy Chadwick, Aug 1988
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Hanging around in the Dolomites
© Martin1973, Sep 2016
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The whole wall of Oscura della Luna with Legoland in the middle, de Profundis the right...
Marty, Jul 2011 © martym
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A Party on Cima Grande
© Julesthe1st, Jul 2016
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VF Cesare Piazzetta wire bridge
Snowdonia Climbing, 02 Sep 2016 © mikelaing
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Suntanning on the Via Lacedelli!
© Tania Noakes, Aug 2016
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Tania emerging from the crawl!
© haydng, Aug 2016
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The Tre Cime & Rifugio Locatelli
© James Rushforth, Aug 2016
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The Sella Towers
© James Rushforth, Aug 2016
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Dusk on the Sella Pass
© James Rushforth, Aug 2016
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The Sella pass
© Howard Crumpton, Jan 2015
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Superb situations along Strada degli Alpini
© James Rushforth, Jul 2016
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Clouds and mist above tofana di rozes, Cinque Torri in the foreground
© PawelP, Jul 2016
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Yet another approach to Tofana di Rozes
© PawelP, Jul 2016
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Vajolet towers & Rifugio re Alberto
© PawelP, Jul 2016
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sasso pordoi
© PawelP, Jul 2016
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Piaz tower
© Chris Sieradzki, Jul 2016
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The bridge on Trincee
© arc_73, Jul 2010
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Dale climbing Pazzia Rock, 7c+ at the picturesque Cinque Torri
Charlie Low, Jul 2016 © Charlie Low Photography