Passo Duran


Panoramic natural environments






It links the areas of Agordino and Val Zoldana. The road through it was built for military purposes during the First World War. It is easily accessible (it is located only at 1,605 meters above sea level) and it is an excellent starting point for hikes and climbs, as well as a wonderful panoramic viewpoint, in all seasons and in all weather conditions, to the surrounding summits such as the San Sebastiano, the Moiazza, the Pelmo, the Antelao, the Framont, and the Agner. There are two mountain retreats - the San Sebastiano and the Cesare Tomè ? where it is possible to taste typical local dishes and stay overnight, and a beautiful chapel built by the Alpini - the Italian Army?s mountain infantry speciality. It is the Dolomitic pass closest to the plain, and it is often used on the ?Giro d?Italia?, the annual multiple-stage bicycle race primarily held in Italy.

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