Puez Group

The 2,121 m high Passo Gardena separates the Puez Group in the western Dolomites from the Sella Group.

Between the Val Gardena in the south, the Val Badia in the east and the Campill valley in the north, the Puez Group with Mt Stevia and the famous Puez Peaks is located. The high plateau-like mountain group is split on the municipal areas of Santa Cristina, Selva Gardena, Corvara, Badia and San Martino in Badia.

At all seasons of the year, the Puez Group offers gorgeous excursion destinations and hiking possibilities. The Gardenaccia Plateau is well-known for the ammonite findings. Popular mountain huts, like the Puez mountain hut or the Firenze in Cisles hut invite to have a break.

Together with the north-west located Odle Group, the Puez Group often is mentioned as Puez-Odle-Group. Together they form the same-named nature park, a 10,722 hectares large protected area of extraordinary beauty.

Highest peak: western Piz de Puez (2,918 m asl)
Further important peaks: Mt Stevia, Mt Piz Duleda, Col de Puez, Mt Sassongher, Cir Group

  1. Puez Peaks

    Puez Peaks

    The West (2,918 m asl.) and East Puez Peak (2,913 m asl.) form the Puez Peaks in…
  2. Monte Stevia

    Monte Stevia

    The Stevia Massif is characterised by steep dolomite walls on one side and a…
  3. Sassongher

    Sassongher

    The Sassongher, also Sass Songher, is a 2,665 m high mountain. It is the south-east…
  4. Cir Group

    Cir Group

    North of the Passo Gardena mountain pass, the Cir Group is located, part of the…

Suggested accommodations

  1. Alpenheim
    Hotel

    Alpenheim

  2. Hotel Digon
    Hotel

    Hotel Digon

  3. Cavallino Bianco
    Hotel

    Cavallino Bianco

  4. Vitalpina Hotel Dosses
    Hotel

    Vitalpina Hotel Dosses

  5. Garni Hotel Concordia
    Bed&Breakfast

    Garni Hotel Concordia

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