Description: Cinematic Aerial Drone Video of the Dolomiti Mountains filmed in the Spring of 2019 in 6K UHD Resolution. We suggest to watch it at 5K Resolution on Youtube to appreciate all the stunning details of this World Heritage Location. Mainly filmed at Passo Sella and Passo Gardena. The The Sella Pass in English or Sellajoch in German, at a height of 2218 m is a high mountain pass between the provinces of Trentino and South Tyrol in Italy. It connects the Val Gardena in South Tyrol and Canazei in the Fascia Valley in Trentino. With Pordoi Pass, Gardena Pass, and Campolongo Pass, this pass forms a quadrangle around the Sella group. In the winter, ski trails are prepared that make the entire round in both directions, known as the Sella Ronda. The Sella Pass is the third of seven Dolomites mountain passes riders cross in the annual Maratona dles Dolomites single-day bicycle race. It is also on the route of the Dolomites Gold Cup Race. Gardena Pass in English or Grödnerjoch in German is a high mountain pass in the Dolomites of the South Tyrol in northeast Italy. At an elevation of 2,136 m (7,008 ft) above sea level, the pass connects Selva in the Val Gardena on the west side with Corvara in the Val Badia. The road over it comprises part of the famous Sella Ring, in which four linked passes encircle the spectacular Sella group. The route becomes busy with tourists, motorcyclists, and cyclists during the summer. There are tourist accommodations on the pass itself, and hikers visit the pass to access the dramatic Dolomite mountains. Featured is also the amazing Sassolungo or Saslonch or Langkofel (3,181m). It is the highest mountain of the Langkofel Group in the Dolomites. The name translates to "long peak" / "long rock" in all three languages. It stands over the Ladin community of Val Gardena. The Dolomites In Italy, a 6K Ultra HD footage was filmed with a DJI Zenmuse X7 camera and the Apple ProRes RAW codec. As always, all the footage has no planning whatsoever, it is just shot on the fly and edited as quick as possible to be posted. The Dolomites well deserve to be in the UNESCO's list of World Heritage Sites. It's a mesmerizing, ancient and mystical location, where you can enjoy nature at its best. It is one of those places that makes you understand why Italy is such a famous place for tourism.