Mountain hikes in the Dolomites
High-alpine territory made for climbers
Looking for a first-class hiking region? High-alpine mountain hikes where the sweat just pours off you? Imagine long-distance trails, jagged rocks and the dull grey of the Southern Limestone Alps always in sight. One step at a time, sure-footed, continuing up to the peaks of the Dolomites. Whether up to the 3,342-metre-high Marmolada or the Odle peaks in Val Gardena - every mountain hike in the Italian Dolomites is high-alpine and demanding.
The Dolomites stretch from Veneto to the Trentino-Alto Adige region. Believe it or not, there are over 700 mountain hikes on offer to adventure-seekers and mountaineers in the region. From the Piz Boè to the Puez peaks, the Sciliar to the highest mountain in the Dolomites, the Marmolada, you need stamina and endurance. To keep your energy levels up, make use of over 100 open lifts with Dolomiti Supersummer. These allow mountaineers to swiftly and safely reach higher altitudes and take advantage of the perfect starting point for summit ascent from the mountain station.
Stay safe in the mountains with the Dolomiti guides
Guided mountain hikes are ideal for ensuring that all seasoned and aspiring mountaineers return safely to the valley. The guides are experienced and show keen hillwalkers natural treasures and hidden gems. Breathe in the fresh, clear mountain air and admire the dreamlike mountain vista. Splendid array of colours and impressive panoramas included!
VIEWPOINTS DER EXTRAKLASSE
The 100 open lifts not only transport you quickly and comfortably to higher altitudes, but also to the best trails in the Italian mountain ranges. Challenging hikes to the highest points of the Dolomites are well rewarded with stunning viewpoints. Whether at the summit of the Marmolada, the Sass Pordoi in Val di Fassa or the Tofana in Cortina - each one will take your breath away. Indescribable views of the surrounding peaks await. Magical, unique and definitely unforgettable!