Europe Forums

Post New Topic

Recent Activity

View all Europe activity »
  1. 1 Paris then Italy? Or Greece?
  2. 2 anyone stay here? ytri vik cottages
  3. 3 Trip Report Travelling Iceland
  4. 4 Seville to Cordoba
  5. 5 paris hotel easy commute to Palais de Congres
  6. 6 Solo in Paris and looking for the best neighborhood
  7. 7 IWM
  8. 8 Greek honeymoon: He wants sightseeing, she wants beaches
  9. 9 Hotels in Positano, Capri, & Naples
  10. 10 Amalfi Coast
  11. 11 Montserrat Express
  12. 12 Itinerary Advice - Dublin to Shannon
  13. 13 Quiet reasonably priced Munich hotel during Oktoberfest
  14. 14 3 nights in Madrid
  15. 15 London Hotel - Different Request
  16. 16 Any itinerary hints for Prague
  17. 17 Visiting Positano and Amalfi
  18. 18 Best area to stay in Dubrovnik
  19. 19 Kayak = Priceline and unavailable flights?
  20. 20 Itinery help Crete
  21. 21 Very British Neighborhood in London
  22. 22 Buying Train Tickets at Schipol - Machine
  23. 23 Scenic drive Bologna to Lucca?
  24. 24 Quite Possibly the Best Mobile Phone/SIM Deal
  25. 25 Help me make this possible!
View next 25 » Back to the top

Dolomites-Rifugios in early June?

Jump to last reply

I am finishing a trip to Northern Italy with 5 days in the Dolomites. I am primarily interested in capturing some great dawn and dusk images for painting - Siror area and Puez Odle have some particularly appealing peaks from what i have found on the internet. I have not been able to find a place anywhere near Siror to stay. Puez Odle has the Puez Rifugio, but it doesn't open until June 20. Most of the other info I have found on rifugio reservations is in Italian. I didn't find the information in the "Shorter Walks in the Dolomites" book... any advice? other photo locations i should not miss?

I am guessing that i am much better off if i drive rather than take the train....?

Has anyone hired a local guide for to get them up to a photo location for sunrise? I don't want a week-long tour, nor that kind of price tag....

3 Replies |Back to top

Sign in to comment.

Advertisement