The Dolomites' jagged peaks pierce through the clouds. Stark grey limestone lends an almost lunar quality to your surroundings, contrasted by bursts of wildflowers and green grass. And the views
out of this world. Up here, the air is clean and invigorating. As you hike, breathe deeply. Take your adventure to new heights.
1 Hike through the foothills of the Dolomites across rolling pastures and wildflower meadows Settle into the relaxed pace of mountain life in family-run rifugi (mountain huts) that seem to appear out of nowhere Savor the warm and hearty flavors of South Tyrolean fare.
2 Explore Fanes-Senes-Braies Nature Park, a World Heritage site where rugged peaks reflect dramatically in pristine alpine lakes Share the trail with ibex, deer and chamois while watching for golden eagles above Learn about the region's flora, fauna and geology with a local guide Climb to the Antonius Pass for spectacular views Relax at Rifugio Pederü, a valley retreat and gateway to the Dolomites.
3-4 Trek into the Fanes highlands and admire the lush green grasses, pretty wildflowers and brilliant limestone massifs Be fueled by delicious specially prepared treats at Rifugio Fanes Find balance between stunning mountain passes and bucolic valleys Explore the charming mountain hamlet of San Cassiano and discover the distinct language, culture and customs of the Ladin people Trails along Pralongià Plateau offer unbelievable panoramic views of glacier-carved valleys and limestone peaks A local historian shares the region's dramatic history at Lake Valparola, once the site of heavy combat during World War I.
5-6 Explore the alpine meadows of the Pralongià Plateau en route to Passo Campolongo Enjoy a hearty lunch at Rifugio Cherz while taking in views of the Marmolada Glacier, known as the "Queen of the Dolomites" A sauna, indoor pool, hot tub and spa are some of the options available at our hotel Finish off your trek with gourmet Tyrolean cuisine and regional wines.