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 By far the easiest places to get to from Bolzano are By far the easiest places to get to from Bolzano are
  
-Seis/Siusi (serviced by the No. 170 Bus)+**Seis/Siusi** (serviced by the No. 170 Bus)
  
-Ortisei (serviced by the No. 170 and 350 bus)+**Ortisei** (serviced by the No. 170 and 350 bus)
  
-Val Gardena (serviced by the No. 350 bus+**Val Gardena** (serviced by the No. 350 bus
  
 The 170 Bus runs frequently to Seis/Siusi but less frequently to Ortisei (at best every hour sometimes 2 hour gap) The 170 Bus runs frequently to Seis/Siusi but less frequently to Ortisei (at best every hour sometimes 2 hour gap)
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 The Sasso Lungo mountains (Langkofel in German, Long Stone in English) at the head of the meadow provide a storybook Dolomite backdrop, while the spooky Schlern peak stands boldly gazing into the haze of the peninsula. The Schlern, looking like a devilish Winged Victory, gave ancient peoples enough willies to spawn legends of supernatural forces. Fear of the Schlern witch, today'​s tourist brochure mascot, was the cause of many a broom-riding medieval townswoman'​s fiery death. The Sasso Lungo mountains (Langkofel in German, Long Stone in English) at the head of the meadow provide a storybook Dolomite backdrop, while the spooky Schlern peak stands boldly gazing into the haze of the peninsula. The Schlern, looking like a devilish Winged Victory, gave ancient peoples enough willies to spawn legends of supernatural forces. Fear of the Schlern witch, today'​s tourist brochure mascot, was the cause of many a broom-riding medieval townswoman'​s fiery death.
 A natural preserve, the meadow is virtually car-free. Buses take hikers to and from key points along the tiny road, all the way to the foot of the postcard-dramatic Sasso peaks. Meadow walks are ideal for flower lovers and strollers, while chairlifts provide springboards for more dramatic and demanding hikes. A natural preserve, the meadow is virtually car-free. Buses take hikers to and from key points along the tiny road, all the way to the foot of the postcard-dramatic Sasso peaks. Meadow walks are ideal for flower lovers and strollers, while chairlifts provide springboards for more dramatic and demanding hikes.
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 +Woods and meadows offer delightful, easy and relaxing walks. No strenuous mountaineering!
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 +**Val Comelico** is considered the “Valley of Flowers” because of the abundance of wildflowers which are at their peak in June and July.
 
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