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1 Cortina d'Ampezzo
2 Kronplatz - Plan de Corones
3 Alta Badia
4 Val Gardena Alpe di Siusi
5 Val di Fassa Carezza
6 Marmolada Arabba
7 Sextner Dolomiten - Alta Pusteria
8 Val di Fiemme Obereggen
9 San Martino di Castrozza / Rolle Pass
10 Valle Isarco
11 Trevalli
12 Civetta
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a summer to live up on high

Slow, medium or fast heartbeat - a summer holiday in the Dolomites seizes authentic emotions.

The 12 areas in northern Italy between Südtirol, Trentino and Belluno, await you with uncountable cultural as well as sports attractions and events, that make your heart beat even faster.

Are you travelling alone, with friends or with your family? Our offer for your well-deserved vacation time ranges from sportive to relaxing activities and is supposed to fulfill all your demands. It it totally up to you how you would like to discover the Dolomites - by feet, with your mountainbike or in family. Plenty of activities are offered!

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For well-trained hikers only, as this is quite a long trail. Effort is repaid by some unique and breathtaking views. Start from Passo Pordoi on the Sass Pordoi cable car which will take you at 2950 metres altitude. From here walk to the Piz Boè and ...

Where: Bullaccia

Leave Campaccio on foot towards Dibaita or take the Telemix Bullaccia lift until you reach the “Engelrast” scenic spot. Continue to Croce Filln, Panche delle Streghe and Croce Goller: beautiful panoramic spots with spectacular views over the ...

The Panzer Trail is one of the oldest of Tognola Mountain. From the remains of the old Tognola Hut it winds its way down across forests towards San Martino di Castrozza. Rhododendrons and berries spring up on this historic path leading to the Hut and the ...

An ideal hobby for families who want to spend an afternoon or a day in close contact with the Dolomites on this high-altitude walk. Enjoy a pleasant ramble on Woody Walk and even take your pram along. Rest in numerous places on this fun walk for children. ...

Where: Passo Tre Croci

Go uphill, winding through vast grassland, from the Faloria Hut until you reach Forcella Marcuoira andcontinue along the solitary Cadin del Laudo. Descend towards the lake, a Dolomite jewel you won’t easily forget.

Located on Fedaia, the museum presents a collection of war memorabilia which were largely found on the Marmolada glacier. Guided tours and access to the old front lines is possible.

Where: Cima Monte Elmo and Ristorante Monte Elmo

Enshrouded by the darkness of the night, catch the cablecar to Sesto-Monte Elmo reaching 740 metres of altitude; then, continue on foot towards the summit (2.434 m.) where a hot mug of tea around a campfire will warm you up, followed by a breakfast in the ...

New and demanding guided ropeway Along the face of Crepe di Faloria. The route offers an aerial panorama over the whole Ampezza valley and surrounds. More than 700 m of metal ropeway assistance and 300 grip points along the way.

Take the Alleghe-Piani di Pezzè gondola lift and continue by mountain bike or take another gondola lift to Col dei Baldi. From here, down we go to Malga Boi Vescovà (alpine summer house) biking on until Malga Fontanafredda on a flat ...

Where: Armentarola

Take path no. 20 from Lagazuoi Hut, walking downhill to Vallon Lagazuoi. Walk until you reach Lagazuoi Lake at the bottom of Cima Scotoni and continue walking until Scotoni Hut and Armentarola.