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Piz Boè is the highest mountain of the Sella Group, a mountain-range in the Dolomites, Italy. It has an elevation of 3,152 metres (10,341 ft).
Located in the heart of the Dolomites, the mountain has a beautiful pyramid summit, and its popularity is increased as it thought of as the easiest 3000m summit to reach in the Dolomites, and can get overcrowded in the summer. It lies just above the Pordoi Pass. Due to its location, most of the major Dolomiten peaks are visible from its summit.