Experience the mountain on the go

Experiencing one trail and the next will be an adventure long to be remembered

A pair of boots, a backpack and some water and food are all you need to start your trekking in the Trentino mountains. Obviously don’t forget the desire to walk, because there is a long way to go!

Trekking in several stages is an experience for trained and averagely experienced hikers. The integral routes of the itineraries that we recommend include several kilometres to be covered every day, sleeping every night in different huts, mountain lodges, or bivouacs. But don’t worry, nothing prevents you from opting for shorter excursions to be completed even in a single day.

From the Brenta Dolomites, with the double trail for experts or families, to the trail loop in Val di Fassa, from Val Fiemme to the Pale di San Martino group, trekking in the Dolomites is the best way to learn about the customs and culture of these valleys and the world of mountain huts. Places where the rocky heart of this World Heritage Site opens up to warmth, hospitality and generous flavours... your reward between one excursion and the next.

Before setting out on an excursion at altitude, plan your trip with care. If you are inexperienced or you intend to tackle a route graded as technically difficult, then consult an alpine or mountain guide. You should also contact the refuge warden in the area you’ll be visiting for the latest weather information and to discuss whether your route is advisable. Take prudent precautions, wear suitable clothing for your route, and remember to act responsibly in the mountains at all times.


Dolomiti Brenta Trek

The Dolomiti Brenta Trek (Brenta Dolomites Trek) is a double tour for trekking lovers. The Expert route winds at high altitude and also includes spectacular via ferrata stretches. It consists of eleven stages (which you can also cover one at a time) with the possibility of staying overnight in a mountain hut. The Country route, on the other hand, offers the relaxation of a low-altitude excursion in contact with a surprising and enchanted nature.


Lagorai Trek

A path around the Lagorai mountain group, divided into four stages, which can also be tackled individually. Through Val di Fiemme and Valsugana, spectacular views offered by the green of woods and the hues of porphyry and granite: the perfect setting for trekking immersed in pristine nature that the inhabitants of these mountains have told in magical legends.


Park2Trek Dolomites

A new trail for expert hikers that crosses the Dolomites and reveals the wonder of nature of the Paneveggio - Pale di San Martino Nature Park, with its waters, rocks and forests known all over the world. A unique adventure, to be tacked by experiencing the magical atmosphere of the evening in Alpine huts, full of stories to listen to and experiences to share.

Dolomiti Campiglio - Via delle Normali

Via delle Normali

The Via delle Normali is a 45-km long mixed route that requires both climbing and trekking abilities and that, over 6 stages, connects 10 Peaks of the Brenta Dolomites, thanks to the interconnection of existing trails that have been retooled. Freedom, challenge and the satisfaction of conquering the peaks to reach, step by step, one of the mountain huts where you can enjoy a well-deserved rest.

Dolomiti Trek-King

Dolomiti Trek-King

Dolomiti Trek-King is a walking excursion of 30 hours on 75 km of trails, which, between each refuge hut, through crests, forests and legends, lets you enter the very heart of the Fassa Dolomites. Choose your tour based on how many days you have available!

Dolomiti Palaronda Trek

Dolomiti Palaronda Trek

Trekking tour in the Dolomites, on the Plateau of the Pale di San Martino, a mysterious stone table suspended at over 2,500 metres. The tours on offer are based on a 4 or 6-day circuit on trails with proper signage, with overnight stays in the warm atmosphere of the Alpine refuge huts.

Alta Via del Granito

Alta Via del Granito

The Alta Via del Granito (Granite High Route) is a circular itinerary in the unique granite island of the Cima d’Asta – Cimon Rava group, in the Lagorai mountain range. The Alta Via follows a network of ancient paths and ex-military roads that leave from Malga Sorgazza and connect the two local mountain huts: the Rifugio S.A.T. Ottone Brentari and the Rifugio Caldenave. You can follow the trail in a clockwise or anticlockwise direction!

Dolomiti Walking Hotel

Dolomiti Walking Hotel

If you want to experience the mountains on the go, the Dolomiti Walking Hotels are accommodation facilities that have developed a high standard of common hospitality for those like you who love trekking. Promoters of sustainable tourism and local products, they provide maps, guides for excursions and books on local culture, and rent excursion equipment.

Published on 21/05/2024