Hiking in the alpine pastures of the Dolomites
Through blossoming meadows and striking mountain ranges
The sun is just starting to rise, the grass is still wet and the first hillwalkers are slipping into their fleeces and pulling on their hiking boots: a new day is dawning in the Dolomites. The pastures are slowly awakening, and the cloud cover is lifting. The whole family is ready, and the hike into the alpine pastures of the South Tyrolean Dolomites can begin.
Listen to the gentle babbling of the brook, the ringing of cowbells in the surrounding meadows and the chirping of birds around you, and enjoy every step you take. The alpine pasture trail network is well-maintained and largely suitable for prams.
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The most beautiful alpine pastures
Calling all nature lovers: The lush green alpine pastures, such as the Alpe di Siusi, the highest plateau in Europe, will enchant you with their blossoming flowers. Serviced chalets, regional delicacies and crystal-clear mountain lakes included! You can hardly help but fall under the spell of the unforgettable scenery in this varied landscape.
Tip: Don’t miss the breathtaking natural spectacle of the Dolomites! The “Enrosadira” or “Alpenglow” transforms the Dolomites in torches on the horizon. The Dolomites shine bright orange in the 142,000-hectare mountain range.
To help you stay on the right paths, the hiking trails are clearly signposted - and of course well-maintained. Check the hiking map to see whether you can take a pram with you. Simply enter the difficulty level, category and desired duration, and you will receive a selection of routes tailored to your needs!
All tracks are labelled and you'll always remain on the right track. Is the trail suited for strollers? How difficult is the tour? Check out all details!