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Seceda classic view point, South Tyrol Italy

Seceda (2.519m) is definitely one of the most beautiful and most impressive mountains in the region of the Dolomites in South Tyrol because of its unique shape, which looks like the earth was split in half and pushed beyond.

This viewpoint is the highest one towards Seceda, which is near the chairlift station. It's also the most popular one for a good reason, since you see even more of these typical shapes.

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Travel Information

You need to leave your car at Sankt Ulrich and get up there with 2 separate cable cars. Both for up and down costs 30 Euros + 8 Euros for parking. You can also walk one or both parts of the way up/down but this takes quite a while. I would suggest to travel up and down and hike more at the alp itself.

Hiking around this place is quite exhausting, so be prepared and have enough water with you + sturdy shoes + sun protection!
Crowd Factor A decent amount of people
Best Timing Sunrise during spring & summer
Sunrise & Sunset 06:41 - 19:49 | current local time: 05:28
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Photo Themes alpMountainsviewpoint
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