The Civetta Group is one of the most famous mountains in the Dolomites (its main peak is 3220 m high): its northern face towers over Alleghe and is well known to mountain climbers from all over the world as the reign of the 6th grade. Civetta is a sort of watershed between the Zoldo and Agordo Valleys and it extends southwards to form the Moiazza. The Civetta District is a vast area that comprises part of Agordino, Valzoldana and Val Fiorentina.
In summer, mountain, climbing and trekking lovers will enjoy discovering many different routes. The most famous routes like Solleder-Lettembauer and Andrich develop along the legendary “side of sides” (1000 m of difference in height for 4 km long) in the north-west side of the mountain group. Here the climbers from all over the world face. This fact shows the importance of the Civetta Group in the rank of the most loved vertical sides.
In winter, the District offers skiing lovers no less than 80 km of ski runs, a close net of courses that unwind mainly at high altitudes. For northern skiing, more than 50 km of ski runs stretch through Valzoldana and Val Fiorentina. There are also some itineraries for snowshoeing lovers.
How to get
The nearest international airport is Treviso, where you have to reach the Treviso train station by bus and continue to Belluno.
Take the A27 highway until Pian di Vedoia (Belluno). From here follow the signs to Longarone-Zoldo Valley or to Agordo-Cencenighe-Alleghe
On the train
The nearest railway stations are in Longarone and Belluno, from where DolomitiBus buses lead you to Alleghe/Caprile and Longarone/Pecol.
Once in Belluno, reach the train station and right in front are the busses of DolomitiBus that reach the various countries of the Civetta.