High altitude attractions

Discover the high altitude attractions in the region Dolomiti Supersummer

Instructions on how to complete the dolomitical challenge

1. Access the APP My Dolomiti Summer and on the menu go to the 'Legendary Challenges' section

2. Select the challenge "high altitude attraction"

3. Select the high altitude attraction you want to visit

4. Check in by clicking on the button in the section and your location will be recorded

Repeat these steps for each additional high altitude attraction you visit and when you have visited 3 high altitude attractions you will have completed the dolomitical challenge!

Cortina d'AmpezzoLagazuoi EXPO Dolomiti


During the First World War, Lagazuoi (2.835 m) was the border between Veneto and South Tyrol, which at the time was part of the Habsburg monarchy. For this reason, Lagazuoi was a war front. Even today, it is still possible to see the caves from which the cannons were fired. The greatest enemy of both sides was always the bitter cold that prevailed above 2,000 meters. From Lagazuoi you can see the Fanes group, the Tofane, the Civetta, the Marmolata, the Sorapis, the Pelmo and so on.

KronplatzLumen Museum

A museum dedicated to mountain photography, it was set up inside the old Riscone-Plan de Corones cable car mountain station and opened in 2018. The modern building, reconceived by architect Mahlknecht from Bruneck, has been populated with photos, memorabilia, technology and unique pieces that help to relive the history of mountain photography in a modern, interactive and spectacular way. In addition, the Lumen Museum also has space for conferences, courses, exhibitions and events of various kinds, as it is also directly connected to the AlpINN restaurant, run by the Michelin-starred chef Norbert Niederkofler. Conveniently accessible by the Plan de Corones cable car, it is also an excellent idea for a day trip.

Alta BadiaMovimënt park - emotions for everyone


Situated on the plateau between Corvara, La Villa and San Cassiano in Alta Badia, the Movimënt area consists of four fun parks linked by paths and dirt tracks, ideal for both walking and cycling. At 2000 m, Movimënt offers free climbing walls, ponds with water features, fitness equipment, a miniature golf course, a cave with many bear games, adventure trails, geocaching, and relaxation areas with Kneipp and foot reflexology trails in the open air. Don't miss the Bike Beats trails for lovers of long bike rides on prepared trails for adrenalin junkies. There is also a 'Nature Smart Working', an outdoor workstation with wifi.

Val GardenaUNESCO panoramic terrace at Mastlé

The second of 66 panoramic terraces in the Unesco World Natural Heritage Dolomites is located on the Mastlé in S.Cristina di Val Gardena. It was built based on the model of the first one erected on Monte Specie/Strudelkopf in the Fanes-Senes-Braies nature park in the municipality of Dobbiaco, and inaugurated in 2015. The prototype was developed by architect David Messner together with his father, artist Franz Messner, using a sustainable building typology. An object related to the surrounding environment was created; the steel structure, at the centre of which is a list of the peaks that can be admired from the vantage point, was filled with stones and soil found on site.

Alpe di SiusiObservation plattform „Engelrast“


The viewing platform Engelrast (“angels’ rest”) on the Puflatsch offers a breathtaking 360° panoramic view over the Seiser Alm, Europe’s largest mountain plateau, the Val Gardena valley and the Dolomites mountains. The platform is surrounded by a metal plate that offers a detailed description of the fantastic mountain panorama over the entire Seiser Alm with Schlern, Plattkofel and Langkofel mountain and the surrounding mountain ranges. You can find out which mountains you can see in which direction and how high the peaks are. A nice detail of this platform is the little angel enthroned above this vantage point. A visit to this magnificent viewpoint with some wooden benches is worthwhile. The Engelrast is located near the mountain station of the Telemix Puflatsch. You can reach the viewing platform on foot from Compatsch on the Seiser Alm following the hiking trail n. 14 or by taking the Puflatsch cable car.

Val di FassaBike Park Belvedere

The Belvedere area above Canazei in the Fassa Valley is, to say the least, a paradise for mountain bikers. Especially those who love speed, jumps, parabolic curves and the fantastic panorama with the Marmolada, the Sella Group, the Sassolungo, the Colac and the long Val di Fassa, cannot help but try their hand on one of the seven tracks created by the Fassa Bike specialists, with different degrees of difficulty, both for beginners and professionals. The facilities can be reached by the Belvedere cable car starting from Canazei and the Col dei Rossi cable car starting from Pecol, as well as the Alba-Col dei Rossi funifor.

CarezzaBike Park Carezza


In the mountain-bike area of Val d'Ega, the MTB adventure reaches the highest peaks at the Bike Trail Carezza and the two Bike Parks for training in Carezza and Nova Ponente! An Olympus for those who have MTB in their blood. The adventurous Carezza Trail, which leads to the summit of the Dolomites along a 4.4 km route with 500 m of altitude difference, awaits those who love to indulge in mountain biking. And there is absolutely nothing missing on the trail: parabolics, northshore, banks, jumps! Those who want to perfect their skills as a mountain-biker or who just want to try out a few tricks at the training park in Carezza, at the top station of the Nova Levante cable car, or at the Bike Park in Nova Ponente are in the right place. Pump tracks, hairpin bends, jumplines and balance-northshores: that's the name of the obstacles along the course to become a true mountain-bike champion!

Arabba / Marmolada Panoramic terrace Punta Rocca in Marmolada

The panoramic terrace of Punta Rocca (3265 m) is the highest observation point in the Dolomites that can be reached by cable car and is accessible to all without architectural barriers, thanks to the lifts built into the mountain station. From up there, one can enjoy a beautiful 360° view of the Dolomites, a UNESCO World Natural Heritage Site.

3 Zinnen DolomitesThe dwarf village at Monte Baranci


Set up in the family recreation area at the top of Monte Baranci near San Candido, the Gnome Village consists of wooden huts suspended in the trees, which can be reached and explored by means of rope bridges suspended in the air, which take visitors from one leaf to another. The Gnomes, on the other hand, live in the nine huts on the ground. This is a nice novelty, especially for families who go up to Baranci with the four-seater chairlift that departs from the centre of San Candido or by walking on one of the easy paths that lead up to the heights.

Obereggen, Pampeago, PredazzoLatemar - an animated mountain

The path becomes light, thoughts breathe. These are stories of fantastic dragons, tales of shepherds, woodcutters, geologists and carpenters. With 3 easy trails for families and children, travelling shows and stories in the amphitheatre. Beautiful views, games and lots of fun: between Gardonè (1650 m) and Passo Feudo (2200 m) at the foot of the Latemar between Trentino and South Tyrol. MontagnAnimata is the smile and creativity of 40 professionals, 25 animators, 7 institutions involved in a fantastic project that respects nature, enhances the territory and invites you to play. There are theme trails, the Alpine coaster and the Latemarium.

San Martino di Castrozza/Passo RolleCes Trail Running Park


Ces Trail, the brainchild of Marco Scalet, is the first Running Park in the Dolomites with 16 routes dedicated to running, trekking and walking in the unspoilt nature surrounding San Martino di Castrozza, in the Dolomites of Trentino. They are all ring routes that range from simple half-hour 'round trips' to longer hikes of half a day or more, with considerable development and high altitude differences, but each offering splendid emotions to satisfy both the simple walker and the most ardent, super-trained trekker.

Rio Pusteria – BressanonePanoramic platform Gitschberg

The Lorggen circular trail starts at the top station of the Plose cable car and runs along the WoodyWalk until it branches off to a large viewing platform. Due to its strategic position, from here there is a beautiful view of the Dolomites showing their most beautiful side. The path continues on a slight incline through an ancient forest, which has some unexpected surprises in store. When you reach the Pfannspitz cable car, you proceed, comfortably seated in one of the panoramic cabins, until you reach an altitude of 2,468 metres. From here, the circular trail first passes the Pfannspitzhütte mountain hut, then leads to the Plose mountain hut and, passing the Giogo Bello (Beautiful Gorge), reaches the starting point.

Alpe Lusia/San PellegrinoCol Margherita Park


A wonderful theme park at high altitude on Col Margherita, where you can discover while having fun all the secrets of the Dolomites, declared a Unesco Natural Heritage Site in 2009 for their unique beauty and conformation. A playful project designed and created in collaboration with the MUSE museum of science in Trento and the geologist Dr. Claudio Valle, with the aim of playfully conveying scientific notions on the history and geology of the Dolomites through a route made up of three different installations that can be easily reached by cable car and are capable of arousing the curiosity of adults and children alike, among volcanoes, glaciers, islands, seabeds, geological eras and fossil evidence.

CivettaAdventure Park Alleghe

In the Piani di Pezzè forest, you can try the exhilarating experience of walking suspended in the air. The Civetta Adventure Park is entirely built in the trees and offers four routes with different levels of difficulty, which are developed through wooden walkways, logs, Tibetan bridges and lianas. The park guarantees maximum safety: after dressing up with a harness and helmet, there is an initial training session and traversing the courses is under the constant supervision of instructors from the ground. The park can be reached from the village of Alleghe by cable car and in the summer months it is open every day from 10 am to 6.30 pm.

Dolomiti Supersummer rewards your passion

Visit 3 high altitude attractions in the Dolomiti Supersummer region and unlock the dolomitical challenge.

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