Dolomites Mountains are a magical place where days go by in peace, where you always view the brightness of the Pale Mountains. More than centuries a lot of words have been used to describe the beauty of these mountains, but of a thing I’m certain: the Dolomites Mountains are true natural heaven, a rich show of the environment with rocks, woods and pastures.
It high in the Italian Alps, within the famous mountain range called the Dolomites, separating the Funes valley from the Gardena valley, sit the breathtaking Odle Mountains. Between all the mountains of the alpine chain, and the rest of the world, Dolomites are unique for their beauty and form.
The breathtaking Dolomites were declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in August 2009, and have been called some of the most good-looking mountain landscapes found anywhere in the world with its sheer cliffs, vertical walls and deep valleys. One writer descriptively called the mountains, "flames frozen in stone."
Strolling on the Dolomites is an exclusive experience in and of itself, as you get a 360-degree view of rocks that have been transformed over thousands of years. There’re a number of different trails, from the easy, well-graded paths to the more challenging ones. They provide to hikers of all abilities. Here’re some remarkable shots of the Odle mountain group taken by various photographers. Notice that spectacularly sheer cliff.