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Zoldo Valley is located in the Belluno Dolomites , including the Cordevole valley to the west, the Boite and Piave valleys to the east. It is crossed by pr 251 which comes from Spar (18 km) goes across the Staulanza Pass (m 1766) and then on to tie rr 48 of the Dolomites, and is crossed by pr 347 that leads to the mountain across the Duran Pass (1601 m), which connects with the Agordo region (23 km), and the Cibiana Fork (m 1530), which connects with the Bòite Valley (Venås, 21 km).

How to get to Forno di Zoldo – Cibiana – Zoppè:
    car
  • From the South: Take the A27 from the end (Pian di Vedoia) follow the SS 51 Alemagna to Longarone, then go left with Sr. 251 to Forno di Zoldo (18 km).
  • From the North: ss 49 of the Val Pusteria, Dobbiaco follow the SS 51 Alemagna to Venås di Cadore and then with the sp 347 for Cibiana (60 km) and Forno di Zoldo (75 km).
    Railway stations
  • Longarone 18 km from Forno di Zoldo
  • Calalzo: 15 km from Cibiana
  • With lines Padova or Venice to Calalzo
  • www.trenitalia.com
    The bus
  • Belluno-Longarone-Zoldo-Zoppé
  • Belluno-CalalzoVenas-Cibiana
  • www.dolomitibus.it, 0437.941167

Distance


  • Bologna 250 km
  • Bolzano 100 km

  • Cortina 40 km

  • Dobbiaco 75 km

  • Lienz 120 km

  • Milano 380

  • Monaco 370 km

  • Roma 650 km

  • Venezia 120 km

  • Vienna 600 km

Maps

    IGM 1:25000
  • -Monte Pelmo
  • -Antelao
  • -Forno diZoldo
  • -Cibiana
  • -Perarolo di Cadore
  • -Agordo
  • -Cime di S. Sebastiano
  • -Longarone
    Tabacco 1:50000
  • -fogli 1-2-4
    Tabacco 1:25000
  • -fogli 03, 015, 025
    Kompass 1:25000
  • -fogli 77, 620, 624, 634
    APT Valzoldana 1:40000
  • -Cartina dei sentieri di Zoldo
    Alp 1.25000
  • -cartoguida Civetta
    Tappeiner
  • -carta panoramica n. 046, Civetta-Moiazza
    Meridiani Montagne 1:25000
  • -Civetta (con dettaglio 1.10000)
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