Pragser Wildsee - 4 Things to Know Before Visiting
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The Lake Braies is a small alpine lake located in the Braies Valley at 1,496 m above sea level in the municipality of Braies, about 97 km from Bolzano. The lake lies at the foot of the imposing rock face of the Croda del Becco and is located within the Fanes - Sennes e Braies nature park. is one of the deepest lakes in the autonomous province of Bolzano, with a maximum depth of 36 meters and an average depth of 17 meters.
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Parco Naturale di Fanes-Sennes-Braies
4.72km from Pragser Wildsee
The Fanes-Sennes-Braies nature park is a protected natural area in the autonomous province of Bolzano. It was established in 1980, and occupies an area of 25,453 hectares and is one of the largest parks in South Tyrol. The park borders to the north with the Val Pusteria, to the west with the Val Badia to the south with the border between Alto Adige and Veneto or with the Val Travenanzes, and to the east with the Tre Cime nature park , precisely with the Val di Landro.
10.25km from Pragser Wildsee
The Toblacher See is a small, originally rugged alpine lake, which is located in the Höhlensteintal at an altitude of 1259 m in the South Tyrolean municipality of Toblach. The Rienza is its inflow and outflow. The lake has a circumference of about 4.5 kilometers, its volume is estimated at 286,000 cubic meters. It is located in the Fanes-Senes-Braies Nature Park and is protected as a natural monument. The lake was formed in ancient times as a result of numerous landslides.
10.92km from Pragser Wildsee
The Plan de Corones is a mountain in the South-Eastern Alps 2,275 m above sea level. A panoramic site that offers a wide view of the surrounding mountains, from the Dolomites to the peaks of the Alps in Val Venosta, the related ski resort is part of the Dolomiti Superski area. In July 2015, one of the "MMM" museums ( Messner Mountain Museum ) was inaugurated on the summit, commissioned by the South Tyrolean mountaineer Reinhold Messner.
13.18km from Pragser Wildsee
The Dürrensee is a lake in the Dolomites in South Tyrol, Italy. It is located near the upper end of the Höhlenstein Valley at an altitude of 1406 m. It can be reached from the south from Cortina d'Ampezzo via the Gemärk and from the north from Toblach in the Pustertal via the road through the Höhlensteintal. The Cristallo group, which belongs to the Ampezzo Dolomites, has its south side in the background.
14.66km from Pragser Wildsee
The Haunold is a mountain in the Sesto Dolomites. It is the highest peak in the Haunold group and is located south of Innichen in South Tyrol. It has several peaks: the main summit is 2966 m slm high, the east summit 2907 m, the west summit 2933 m, and the south summit 2860 m. The four peaks of the Haunold are separated from the Birkenkofel massif in the south by the Birkenscharte.
15.81km from Pragser Wildsee
The Monte Cristallo is a mountain in the Italian Dolomites. 3,221 m s.lm is the maximum elevation of the Crystal group in Ampezzane Dolomite. It is located in Veneto. It is one of the highest, most majestic, and most famous mountains of all the Ampezzo and Cadore Dolomites. It closes the Ampezzo basin to the north, dividing it from the surrounding valleys. A cable lift system starts from Rio Gere in Val Begontina, first a lift to Rifugio Son Forca at the upper end of Val Padeon.
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Home to the spectacular sawtoothed Dolomites, the semi-autonomous provinces of Trentino and South Tyrol are packed with stunning landscapes. The region has long enticed hikers, climbers, poets and fresh-air fanciers, with the scenic Sella Ronda remaining one of the world's most iconic skiing and cycling circuits.
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