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Cima Di Mezzo, Dolomites
Veneto

Cima di Mezzo is 3154 meters high mountain peak and it is a part of Cristallo group. It is the highest peak on the path secured with steel cables (ferrata Marino Bianchi, grade 2B) and is located near the highest peak of Monte Cristallo group. The summit has a nice view of the entire Cristallo group and Cortina d'Ampezzo valley.

Copyright: Hrvoje mikolčević
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Caricate: 18/08/2014
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