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Hiking adventure in the Dolomites

There are numerous hiking and mountain hiking routes to choose from - holidays dedicated to relaxation, nature and health. Nature is not something that can only be seen with the eye alone. It also lies in the soul, in the pictures on the back of the eye.

Mountain biking

like the HEROS of the hardest mountain bike race in the world

No other mountain range in the Alps offers such a stunning panorama as the fascinating Dolomites. The mountain scenery around the Sella Massif with the Sassolungo Group, the Sciliar and the Marmolada forms one of the most beautiful mountain landscapes in the world, which has been declared a World Natural Heritage Site by UNESCO. A unique natural spectacle, especially for mountain bikers.
Also for lovers of road bikes the Dolomite passes have always been the greatest challenge for bikers. The Sella Roundtrip is one of the most famous tours in the Dolomites and is a real highlight because of the distant views. Crossing 4 Dolomite passes Gardena, Campolongo, Pordoi and Sella requires a good physical condition but at the same time it allows an unforgettable adventure.


Unique climbing areas of the Alps

In the Dolomites you will find one of the most beautiful and unique climbing areas in the Alps right on your doorstep. The Dolomites are known for their magnificent mountain world, which is a real adventure park for climbing enthusiasts.
In winter, waterfalls transform into mighty ice falls. The Mecca of the Dolomite ice is located in the Vallunga, in Corvara and below the Marmolada.


Skiing in one of the most beautiful skiing areas in the world

Located on the sunny side of the Alps, the Dolomites form a ski area that is one of the most interesting in the world. Black slopes, family slopes, floodlit slopes, cool snow parks and the fastest and most famous ski slopes in the world like the Saslong in Val Gardena or the Gran Risa in Alta Badia. In addition, snow guarantee until well into spring and a panorama that you can only find during a skiing holiday in the Dolomites, the UNESCO World Natural Heritage Site.
The absolute highlight, of course, is the Dolomiti Superski carousel: 1 ski pass and more than 1,200 kilometres of slopes with 450 lifts - that's not just any advertising slogan, no, it's´actually the largest ski carousel in the world.

Cross-country skiing in the Dolomites

The cross-country skiing centres in the Vallunga and on Monte Pana offer perfectly groomed cross-country trails and their diversity is what makes the cross-country scenery so attractive. The network of trails with its beautiful destinations stretches over the entire Dolomite area. The winter sportsman enjoys a unique and unmistakable landscape. Surrounded by the impressive backdrop of our Dolomite mountains.

Ski touring, snowshoeing and winter hiking in the Dolomites

The lonely silence of the freshly snow-covered mountain landscape, the way the first track is drawn through the virgin snow, the satisfaction of reaching destinations with your own strength - that is what remains hidden to others.
Snowshoeing in the Dolomites is easy to learn. Snowshoe rentals can be found in all villages and guided ski tours are offered in all Alpine schools. Enjoy the beauty and peace of the Dolomites' natural parks far away from the animated winter hiking paths.

Our holiday recommendations

Flower paradise


Let go of everyday life, enjoy pleasant spring days and recharge your body with energy

Mountain bike weeks


Experience the mountain bike paradise of the Dolomites - from easy trails to the famous SellaRonda HERO Dolomites

Active holidays

July & August

Try out the countless possibilities to explore the Dolomites - whether hiking, climbing or walking

Burning Dolomites

in autumn

An experience like no other - experience the bright autumn colours and the fiery Dolomite peaks at sunset

Snow-covered peaks

December to March

Let yourself be enchanted by the glittering pistes and peaks and explore the Dolomites in their fullest splendour