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Hike Via Ferrata Ivano Dibona, Monte Cristallo, Dolomites, Italy

Hike Via Ferrata Ivano Dibona, Monte Cristallo, Dolomites, Italy

Hiking and History in Italy. Here among the jagged peaks and sheer pastel walls of this ancient range of the Alps, where many cultures had coexisted for centuries, soldiers on both sides built networks of bolted-down steel cables, called via ferrata (iron path), to move supplies quickly—and for other missions, too. “

Hiking and History in Italy. Here among the jagged peaks and sheer pastel walls of this ancient range of the Alps, where many cultures had coexisted for centuries, soldiers on both sides built networks of bolted-down steel cables, called via ferrata (iron path), to move supplies quickly—and for other missions, too. “

Scamp study for DK Shipwreck Detective Whydah Pirate Wreck spread. www.duncancameron.org

Scamp study for DK Shipwreck Detective Whydah Pirate Wreck spread. www.duncancameron.org

"There are certain natural occurrences and organic structures in the world that leave us all scratching our heads. One such natural wonder is Kummakivi, a geological formation found in the dense forests of Finland. The mystifying sight is that of a giant rock performing an unbelievable balancing act on a seemingly smooth, curved mound. There is still no scientific explanation for how the rock, whose given name translates as "strange rock" in Finnish, has wound up in such a perplexing…

"There are certain natural occurrences and organic structures in the world that leave us all scratching our heads. One such natural wonder is Kummakivi, a geological formation found in the dense forests of Finland. The mystifying sight is that of a giant rock performing an unbelievable balancing act on a seemingly smooth, curved mound. There is still no scientific explanation for how the rock, whose given name translates as "strange rock" in Finnish, has wound up in such a perplexing…