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Step this way, ladies and gentleman, for the trek of a lifetime

Staggering scenery, well-maintained paths, and cosy mountain huts: our signature itineraries have them all

We won! Trentino Marketing is proud to accept the Best European Hiking Destination Award of 2017 by the Royal Dutch Climbing and Mountaineering Association (NKBV). Today, Saturday May 20th, Trentino celebrates winning this honored distinction on NKBV's 115th anniversary. A pair of boots, a backpack, food and some supplies is all you need to start your trekking adventure in the Dolomites. For all levels of hikers: athletes can conquer long trails, while others can trek to their own rhythm on shorter paths. Trails run through ancient forests, where the scent of fir trees fills the air; continue between green meadows with panoramic vistas of these wonderful mountains. Hike the Brenta Dolomites, with a double circuit for experts and families. In Val di Fassa, Val Fiemme and San Martino di Castrozza enjoy nature, history and local hospitality. Discover the customs of the Dolomites' valleys, from Ladin culture to the historic mountain huts. Choose your customized Trentino experience from over 5000 kilometers of well-maintained paths.

Dolomiti Trek King

A six-day walk through the Val di Fassa, Dolomiti Trek King leads from the dizzying heights of the Marmolada glacier to the Catinaccio-Rosengarten massif. It’s part of the longer Dolomiti Panorama Trek, and explores extraordinary landscapes of shattered rock and towering cliffs, as well as treating you each evening to the enrosadira – the moment, as the sun begins to set, that the rock turns a ravishing shade of pink. 


Lagorai Trek

The Lagorai Trek is another part of the Dolomiti Panorama Trek, and connects with Dolomiti Trek King and Dolomiti Pala Ronda Trek. A five-day walk, it explores a wild and under-visited area of mountain lakes, flower-strewn pastures and forests of red spruce - which Stradivarius used for the soundboards of his violins. Watch out for wildlife. Among the many rare species in the area are red deer, golden eagles, capercaillie and chamois.


Dolomiti Pala Ronda Trek

Perhaps the most satisfying of section of the Dolomiti Panorama Trek is the tour of the Pale di San Martino. Known as the Dolomiti Pala Ronda Trek, it starts and finishes in San Martino di Castrozza, and circles one of the most dramatic of all the Dolomite massifs: the Pale di San Martino. There are two routes – a four-stage “soft” circuit, and a five-stage “hard” trek, which includes a via ferrata section.


Dolomiti Brenta Trek

The most recent addition to Trentino’s vast network of paths is also one of the most exciting. Known as Dolomiti Brenta Trek, it consists of two circuits around the Brenta Dolomites – and it offers hikers of every hue the chance to explore this magnificent massif in great detail. There are two circuits: an 11-stage Expert tour, which incorporates some sections of via ferrata, and a longer and less technical Country tour. 

Published on 18.03.2019