Sepp Hackhofer - Monte Pelmo

 

Monte Pelmo is one of the giants of the Dolomites. The 3168 m high mountain was firsted climbed in 1857 by Sir John Ball, who was an Alpine Explorer, Botanist and Politician from Ireland. Climbing a mountain like Monte Pelmo more then 150 years ago was a big challenge, as the equipment and the knowledge was poor. Today everything seems much easier, but these peaks and places have never lost their fascination. I especially like them with a light cover of snow, as they seem “sugared”.


Location: Lagazuoi, Cortina d´Ampezzo, Dolomites, Italy

Tags: Cortina d´Ampezzo, dolomites, Dolomites-Unesco World Heritage, Monte Pelmo


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  1. property survey said:

    09/12/2020 09:17

    Thanks for a wonderful share. All pictures had a beautiful shot.

  2. porta john said:

    27/12/2020 08:24

    By noticing the accompanying photographs intently, you will see a ton of astounding and practically staggering scenes that you basically can't see ordinary. You need to head off to some place a long way from human progress where there won't be any sort of contamination present.