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Enjoy magnificent hiking amongst towering peaks, pass by the highest peak in the Dolomites, revel in the chance to learn about local Ladin language and customs.
Beloved by mountaineers and nature lovers alike, the Dolomites sit perched atop northern Italy like a rocky crown. This exhilarating trip through the mountains features day treks through some of Italy’s most unbelievable scenery, with plenty of visits to small villages along the way to soak up the unique local Ladin culture and cuisine. Nights are spent in mountain refuges, where your hosts will ply you with hearty home-cooked meals. Eat up; you won’t find tastier mountain-trekking food anywhere else.
Arrive at any time.
Transfer to Cortina, and begin hiking with a short walk across the valley with the Monte Cristallo behind.
Hike from Cortina to the Col di Lana region across higher ground, passing evidence of First World War trenches.
Time to stretch those legs again with another superb Dolomites hike, through Alpine meadows up to the mountains.
Ascend the legendary Via del Pan and walk towards Canazei, with views out to the Marmolada, the highest peak in the Dolomites.
Enjoy a free day to explore. Opt to visit a spa, the local skating rink, hire a bike, or try climbing around the valley.
Hike round the impressive Sasso Lungo rock massif and enjoy views out across the Fassa Dolomites.
Head into Ladin territory climbing up the slopes of Val Gardena, home to the Sella Ronda ski circuit.
Head down through the valley on a shorter hike to the trailhead before transferring to Bolzano.
Depart at any time.
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