2-4 hrs.
Duration
5/10
Physicality
Ampezzo
Area
+8
Age
May-Oct
Dates

The Monte Pore (2.405 mt) is an unusual but really remunerative and easy peak. Monte Pore is a green isolated pyramid that allow you to enjoy a great panorama all around, expecially on mount Civetta, Tofane Group and Marmolada. This hike bring you on an easy peak and the path is entirely develop on grass. So the setting is bucolic and very restful for the eyes and mind. The hike starts from Rifugio Fedare (2.000 mt), 2 km down of the Giau Pass. After about 1 hour you will find a cross remembering Don Claudio Sacco, a priest died in December 2009 due to an avalanche. From this point the path begin to be more steep and goes rising quickly to the top. Then you will pass a short but exposed stretch of trail, subject to landslides. This is why I do not suggest you to take children on this path if you are not expert of this treacherous terrain. After that, in 10 minutes you reach the top of Monte Pore.

Following the path does not present orientation difficulties.

DEPARTURE/RETURN LOCATIONRifugio Fedare (30′ from Cortina d’Ampezzo; 2h.15′ from Venice)
DEPARTURE TIMERecommended not after 11:00 AM.
LENGHT OF HIKEApproximately 3-3,5 hrs.
WEARComfortable athletic clothing (according with the weather), hiking boots, hat, rain jacket and sunscreen.
ELEVATION GAIN +405 mt.
LOWEST/HIGHEST POINT
Rifugio Fedare 2.000 mt.
Monte Pore 2.405 mt.
DANGEROUS POINTSNo one in particular. Caution must be used, especially with bad weather conditions, in a short but exposed piece of path.
SEASONFrom May to September.
EXTRASPHOTO SPHERE FROM THE PEAK

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Rifugio Fedare, Ready to Start

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Take path 463

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Monte Pore peak

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Same path 463 to go back

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Rifugio Fedare, End of the Hike

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5.00 based on 1 review
06/11/2017

One of not-rocky paths and hikes. Very easy to get there, although with so many gorgeous views and scenarios.
I do appreciate your work Matt, keep going with this. It is very helpful for English speakers, who are for the first time in Dolomites.

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