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Touring the Dolomites from Venice?

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We will be in Venice for 4 nights in early Sept, 2012. We have an interest in making a one day tour to see the Dolomites and driving a few of the passes with a possible cable car ride. Has anyone ever done this in 1 day? It looks to be about 2 hours to Cortina from Venice. From Cortina we are thinking of making a loop over the Gardena, Sella and Pordoi Passes and then following the Grand Dolomite Highway back to Cortina and on to Venice. Is this too much for one day. There are six of us so we can split the driving. We have looked at small group tours that go to the Dolomites from Venice but they are all 100 euro pp or more. We're thinking we can do basically the same thing for a lot less by simply renting a vehicle and doing the driving ourselves. Any and all comments and suggestions welcome.
Thanks

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