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The Dolomites are a paradise for those who love to ski, climb, and cycle.

This weekend, Italy was hit by a tragedy when a part of the Marmolada glacier in the Alps broke.

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The Dolomites are a paradise for those who love to ski, climb, and cycle.

This weekend, Italy was hit by a tragedy when a part of the Marmolada glacier in the Alps broke. Six people were killed and 17 others are still missing after an avalanche triggered by snow, ice, and rocks falling from the glacier. The rope that was being used to climb the mountain reached the top.

La Marmolada, the largest glacier of the Dolomites mountain chains, is located between the Trento-Veneto regions. It is very popular among climbers, skiers, and cyclists. The massif is composed of several summits. The highest are Punta Penia (3,343 m), Punta Rocca (3,309 m), Punta Ombretta (3,230 m), Monte Serauta (3,069 m) and Pizzo Serauta (3,035 m). La Marmolada, the last glacier in the mountain chain, is La Marmolada. It happened near Punta Rocca.

According to the National Research Council of Italy (CNR), it is expected that the Marmolada Glacier will disappear within 25-30 years. The Institute of Marine Sciences of the CNR found that the glacier lost 30% of its volume, and 22% of the extent of its extension between 2004-2015. Luca Zaia (the governor of Veneto) identified global warming as the reason for the disaster. He tweeted, "In the Marmolada has been broken the temperature record caused by climate change." The summit reached a record temperature last Saturday of 10 degrees.

The footage of the large ice avalanche in Marmolada today in close proximity.We don't know the author, we will write it in the comments as soon as we will know it.Indeed an impressive sequence pic.twitter.com/zDo4q40qOP

This is concerning, considering the fact that this mountain range is a popular destination for lovers and enthusiasts of many sports, drawing thousands of tourists. For example, skiing. La Marmolada, which is part of Dolomiti Superski has more than 1,200km of slopes. You can also cross-country ski and do other sports like snowshoeing or snowboarding on the excellent routes.

It's also a great place to climb. The distinctive white Dolomites towers rise up into the sky like strange rock formations. One of the most beautiful areas for sport climbing in the world is the Val Gardena Dolomites.

The Giro d'Italia stage is what the Marmolada is most famous for. It is no accident that it is known as the 'cemetery for champions'. La Marmolada was the penultimate stage of the Italian race. Jai Hindley from Australia took the pink jersey from Carapaz during this difficult ascent, and the Giro was over. Alessandro Covi won that stage.

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