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The Piz Boè is 3151 m high and lies on the south side of the Sella massif. It is the highest mountain and at the same time the only three-thousand-meter peak in the Sella group. A breathtaking view from the summit makes you forget the effort of the ascent quickly. Especially in the high season, however, you will not be able to enjoy the summit happiness alone, because the Piz Boè is one of the easiest to climb and therefore highly frequented three-thousand-meter peaks in the Dolomites. The Rifugio Capanna-Fassa has been located on Piz Boè since 1969 and invites you to stop for a break.