In the mountains even before you arrive

5 itineraries illustrated by Linda Grossi

If there is one thing that unites all mountain lovers, it is the lavish way in which they describe their experiences, giving advice that can help those who are approaching those places for the first time. It’s a way of sharing their passion. You notice it in the way they tell you about it because when you listen to them, it’s as if you were there, wearing your mountain boots and almost touching the sky.

This is exactly the case of when our friend Linda Grossi, a mountain climber and low-altitude mountain guide, told us these stories. When you read them, it’s as if you were there, on the Brenta Dolomites or on the Pale di San Martino. However, her advice will help you when you are actually there, wearing your mountain boots, and ready for another adventure.

Trekking in Val Brenta

Trekking in Val Brenta

A lovely excursion to discover one of the least known areas of the Brenta Dolomites, set amongst rivers, spectacular waterfalls and panoramic vistas, while walking between one mountain dairy and the next.

Ferrata delle Bocchette

Ferrata delle Bocchette

This is one of the most famous Trentino vie ferrate, in the heart of the Brenta Dolomites. To appreciate it to the fullest extent, devote a few days to it and follow the various stages, as our friend Linda did.

Climbing on the Pale di San Martino

Climbing on the Pale di San Martino

The wild, austere cliffs offer enjoyable and safe climbs. The start point is Passo Rolle and the end point is Spigolo del Velo, a tough but marvellous wall. Follow our itinerary!

Mountain biking on the Paganella plateau

Mountain biking on the Paganella plateau

Today we’re going up to the Paganella plateau, an ideal place for sport- and nature-lovers, where you can experience a mountain bike adventure at the Paganella Bike Park and a glider ride over Lake Molveno, where the Brenta Dolomites are reflected.

Val di Fassa -  Sass Pordoi - Marmolada- Dolomites

Exploring the Marmolada

Put on your boots, fasten your crampons and follow us on the Marmolada, the “Queen of the Dolomites”. A lovely walk awaits you on the mountain ice amid the trenches of the Great War against the backdrop of a stunning landscape.

Published on 05/09/2019