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.
The Dolomites were pronounced an UNESCO World Heritage Site in August 2009, and have been called probably the most lovely mountain painted scenes discovered anyplace on the planet with its sheer bluffs, vertical dividers and profound valleys. One journalist clearly called the mountains, "flares solidified in stone."
Strolling the Dolomites is an one of a kind encounter all by itself, as you get a 360-degree perspective of rocks that have been converted over thousands of years. There are various diverse trails, from the simple, generally reviewed ways to the additionally difficult ones. They cater to hikers of all capacities.
Here are some tremendous shots of the Odle mountain bunch taken by different photographic artists. Recognize that spectacularly sheer cliff.
Dolomites The Most Beautiful Trek In The World
Source : Photo Angelo Ferraris