Cinematic Drone Mountain Footage 5K
Cinematic Drone Mountain Footage 5K
Cinematic Drone Mountain Footage 5K - A Cinematic HD video filmed in 6K and displayed in 5K UHD. Filmed in several locations such as: The Grimsel Pass, The Furka Pass, The Stelvio Pass and the Epic Dolomites (Dolomiti) mountains in both Tirolo (Tyrol) and Veneto Regions in Italy. Perhaps not as famous as other mountain passes, the Furka Pass is one of Switzerland's most beautiful and scenic roads in the Swiss Alps. This 5K drone video features the Rhone Glacier, as well as the Grimsel Hospiz Hotel and Dam, together with the lake and show how the Swiss glaciers are melting fast as well as the smart Swiss glacier blankets, trying to preserve the retreating ice. The Furka Pass is also famous for the Belvedere Hotel, also features in the 007 James Bond movie Goldfinger.
The pass links the Ursern valley in the canton of Uri with the municipality of Goms in the canton of Valais. It’s one of the highest paved roads in the country, and the road over the pass was built in 1867. As you drive along the pass's road, you may see the train that travels the Furka Pass chugging along through the mountainside, creating a picturesque scene for you to hold in your memory. Countless tourists are attracted by the unique mountain panorama, the Rhone Glacier with its ice grotto, the attractive options for hiking, climbing and skiing tours, as well as the reopened steam railway. Cinematic Drone Mountain Footage 5K - the best aerial videos TOP Gear defines Italy's Stelvio Pass (Stilfser Joch):: "One of the World's greatest roads". The Stelvio Pass (Italian: Passo dello Stelvio) is a mountain pass in northern Italy, at an elevation of 2,757 m (9,045 ft) above sea level. It is the highest paved mountain pass in the Eastern Alps, and the second highest in the Alps. The original road was built in 1820–25 by the Austrian Empire to connect the former Austrian province of Lombardy with the rest of Austria, covering a climb of 1,871 m (6,138 ft) The engineer and project manager was Carlo Donegani (1775–1845). Since then, the route has changed very little. Its seventy-five hairpin turns, 48 of them on the northern side numbered with stones, are a challenge to motorists. Stirling Moss went off the road here during a vintage car event in the 1990s, with an onboard video of his incident being shown on satellite TV.
Before the end of World War I, it formed the border between the Austro-Hungarian Empire and the Italian Kingdom. The Swiss had an outpost and a hotel (which was destroyed) on the Dreisprachenspitze (literally, Three-Language-Peak). The Dolomites, the stunning and unique Italian mountain range in South Tyrol. The Dolomites are part of Unesco's World Heritage Sites. The Dolomites (Italian: Dolomiti are a mountain range located in northeastern Italy. They form a part of the Southern Limestone Alps and extend from the River Adige in the west to the Piave Valley (Pieve di Cadore) in the east. The northern and southern borders are defined by the Puster Valley and the Sugana Valley (Italian: Valsugana). The Dolomites are nearly equally shared between the provinces of Belluno, South Tyrol and Trentino.
There are also mountain groups of similar geological structure that spread over the River Piave to the east – Dolomiti d'Oltrepiave; and far away over the Adige River to the west – Dolomiti di Brenta (Western Dolomites). There is also another smaller group called Piccole Dolomiti (Little Dolomites) located between the provinces of Trentino, Verona and Vicenza (see map).
The Dolomiti Bellunesi National Park and many other regional parks are located in the Dolomites Filmed with DJI Inspire 2 Zenmuse X7 Camera ProRes RAW 6K 16, 24 & 50 mm camera 100 ISO EI