Discover Dolomiti SuperSummer
Unforgettable experiences in the Italian mountains
As the world’s largest ski resort, the time to visit the Dolomites is winter, right? Wrong! With over 100 open lifts across 12 valleys, Dolomiti SuperSummer attracts a wide array of adventure-seeking tourists to the Italian mountains. Whether it’s a demanding mountain bike ride or climbing a summit, each area offers its own unique challenges. The pretty villages in the valleys of the Dolomites are charming, fascinating and varied. Explore these special places for yourself and enjoy Dolomiti SuperSummer with your loved ones!
“Ci vediamo presto” (see you soon) in the Dolomites!
The Dolomites have been recognised as a UNESCO World Heritage Site for years, and now the mountain range in the Southern Limestone Alps is showing its wide diversity in summer. Stretching from Trentino/Alto Adige to Veneto, across three Italian provinces, the mountains provide summer guests with non-stop experiences. Nature parks, eight UNESCO World Heritage treasures, bike trails and hiking routes add to the excitement that never ends.
Who is a holiday in the Dolomites suitable for? Absolutely everyone! Target groups? None! Whether you’re young, old, a bon vivant or hungry for adventure: find the perfect mix of scenic, cultural and sporting activities in the Dolomites and immerse yourself in the history of the region. Don’t take our word for it - experience the Dolomites for yourself!
A galactic challenge, anyone? Biking in the Dolomites ranges from panoramic rides to enduro experiences to thrilling freeride and downhill trails. It’s enough to make any keen biker’s heart leap: 3,000 square kilometres, 250 km of mountain bike trails over 24,000 m of downhill riding to master.
Now you’re talking: If you’d rather pass on the uphill stretches, we have over 100 open lifts for you to use. With just one ticket, all the valleys and mountains are at your fingertips.
Explore the Dolomiti Bike Galaxy and venture over hill and dale by bike!
Hiking is the Dolomiti tourist’s delight. Whether on the valley floor or nearing a summit - the Dolomiti SuperSummer hiking trails offer endless enjoyment. From leisurely to challenging, across the valley to the highest peaks - the Hike Galaxy is a hiker’s paradise where visitors can enjoy breathtaking panoramic views and mountain landscapes.
The lifts make reaching higher altitudes easy, so you can explore this stunning Italian scenery no matter whether you come with a pram or a climbing rope! Filter the activities list to suit your needs.
Tip: Always keep a smartphone or camera handy. There are a number of viewpoints where you can snap some incredibly beautiful photos for your album!
Eight nature parks and a long history come together in the Dolomites. Immerse yourself in the sound of silence, charming valleys and thrilling summit experiences. There are no words to describe the variety of natural landscapes in the Dolomites. Experience magical view after magical view, emotion after emotion. Discover the remarkable history of this unique UNESCO World Heritage Site. The network of hiking trails leads visitors past former trenches and emplacements and serves a reminder of the events experienced by the soldiers of the First World War.
Did you know that the Dolomites are celebrating their tenth anniversary as a UNESCO World Heritage Site this year? Be part of the colourful festival and celebrate the natural gems of the Italian mountains!
A rollercoaster of experiences: during the summer months, the Dolomites offer fun for the whole family. Whether you’re biking, hiking, roaming the national parks or climbing a via ferrata - action, excitement and variety are guaranteed for all ages!
For younger visitors, highlights include the high ropes course, summer toboggan run and dizzying zipline. What are you waiting for? Whisk your little scientists and researchers away for a family break in the Dolomites!
Congratulations, you’ve found it! Sports are not the only way to have fun in the Dolomites - this is also the perfect place to relax and enjoy good food. Rustic chalets, hidden shelters and world-class restaurants offer summer visitors all sorts of amenities. There are around 400 refreshment stops in the Southern Limestone Alps.
And you can be sure of one thing: The interplay of different cuisines and traditions creates a superb composition of pure culinary delights!