Top 5 on your "to do" list in the Dolomites

Things you absolutely must do when visiting the DOLOMITI UNESCO World Heritage Sites of Trentino

Top 5 on your "to do" list in the Dolomites
Top 5 on your "to do" list in the Dolomites


The Torri di Vajolet can be reached through the Ciampedìe, from Pera with the shuttle bus or from Vigo by cable-car, passing the mountain huts Vajolet and Preuss in the shade of Catinaccio and finally climbing up to Rifugio Re Alberto.
Latemar | © RR Val di Fiemme Destra Avisio - ZSC Nodo di Latemar - Torre di Pisa


To climb up to the Torre di Pisa and the homonymous mountain hut take the Gardoné cable-car uphill of Predazzo, at the trampolines, and then reach Passo Feudo.


Put your feet on the largest glacier in the Dolomites. The Marmolada glacier can be reached from Passo Fedaia, aboard the ski lifts or on foot along the trail. From the base of the glacier you can follow up the alpine path in the company of the mountain guides to reach the highest peak in the Dolomites.

Pale di San Martino

Crossing the plateau of the Pale di San Martino is an exciting experience, as one has the impression of being in a "lunar" landscape. From San Martino on the Rosetta ski lifts up to the mountain hut of the same name, then an hour-long walk to reach the pond and the hanging glacier of Fradusta.


The "Via delle Bocchette" is one of the world's most famous equipped trails and connects the mountain huts of the central part of the Brenta Group, exploiting the conformation of the rocks but also offering ladders and artificial ropes. The less "daring" will nonetheless enjoy the one-hour walk from the arrival of the cable-car of Grosté and Rifugio Tuckett.
Published on 06/06/2023