A land of fairytale villages and craggy distinct mountains lording over endless meadows, the Dolomites seem mysterious and not quite real to fresh onlookers. It would be easy to frame this mountain range, which was declared a UNESCO World Heritage site in 2009, as a site of staggering beauty, unique landscapes and a paradise for hikers and bikers. Yet it’s far more than that.
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The Kamnik-Savinja Alps might cover just 900 km2 in size - compared to the Julian Alps with 4,400 km2, but they’re not any less beautiful! Even more so because the area has mainly remained pretty wild and the routes usually hard and exposed.
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