di Cadore is a small town in the Dolomites in the Belluno area, famous for being the country of the Three Peaks BY UNESCO recognized as a World Heritage Site. A place of popular mountaineering Italian and foreign tourists, Auronzo is convenient to be a strategic point of departure for excursions and activities in high altitude in summer and winter.
The Three Peaks is a popular destination for many tourists from all over the world and are considered the "Queens of the Dolomites": these peaks are reached comfortably in the car, via the scenic road that climbs from Misurina.
Or are also many paths that you can do walk up the valley of the Rienza, or the Lake Landro, from Fiscalina val, or from Auronzo di Cadore before going up to Val Marzon and then Vallon di Lavaredo.
The Three Peaks take their name from the Big Top with an altitude of 2,999 meters above sea level, on the west peak with an altitude of 2,973 and the Cima Piccola with 2,857 height.
The Three Peaks are located in the Natural Park of the Sesto Dolomites and fall for three quarters in the City of Auronzo and 1/4 in Dobbiaco territory.
The Three Peaks can be seen truly unique and sensational views, to be photographed with eyes and heart, and perhaps one of the most impressive views is one that can be admired from the north wall from Monte Paterno.