Adrenaline Rush Tour - Let's Dolomites

Explore the Dolomites with the Alpine Guides of Trentino: choose your holiday

Holiday Offer

All-inclusive package from Euro 390 (minimum 4 participants):

• Duration: 3 days with 2 nights in mountain huts - half board (in some cases overnight stay in mountain dairies, campsites or B&B)

• Extra: transfer services

• Extra: ski lift pass

• Free rental of climbing equipment where needed

• Assistance of the Alpine Guide throughout the tour

• Invitation to “knowledge and practice” of basic mountaineering techniques

• Information kit and evening tale about  the history of the area, mountaineering events and environmental and natural issues.

Here below you find the most suitable offers for this moment of the season. Click on the button to see all offers and book on the Campo Base Travel and Holiday website.



Above, only sky – From Passo Valles to Cima Mulaz

Eastern Dolomites |from June to October

From the soft meadows of Val Venegia to the white rocks of the Mulaz, here is everything the Dolomites can offer. You start from one of the most beautiful valleys in Trentino, in the Paneveggio Park, and climb to the top of one of the most imposing peaks of the Pale: the Mulaz. A trek suitable for everyone with overnight stays in two huts of great charm: Capanna Passo Valles and Rifugio Volpi al Mulaz.

Monti Pallidi trekking – From “Val delle strie” (Witches Valley) to the Giogo di Fassa

Eastern Dolomites |from June to September

On the Sass Pordoi (by cable car) and on the Piz Boé summit you will be able to enjoy the widest Dolomites views. You will then descend into Val Lasties [the Witches Valley] and, after spending the night at the Monti Pallidi hut, get to meet the Sassolungo on the path dear to the King of Saxony, Friedrich August. Finally, the heavenly Val Duron, towards the Micheluzzi hut (overnight stay), before returning through Val Udai.

Brenta Dolomites crossing

Western Dolomites |12-14/6 | 3-5 and 24-26/7 | 21-23/8 | 11-13/9

All the Brenta Dolomites, on the footsteps of the pioneers who 150 years ago (it was 1864) crossed Bocca di Brenta, inaugurating the era of Dolomites exploration. You go up from the wild Val d’Ambiez, sleep among the rocks at the Agostini and Tuckett huts, and return through Passo del Grosté. Great distances and great views, to discover in 3 days the different aspects of this great mountain group.

Val Nana

Trekking in the Brenta wilderness: From Val di Non to Campiglio

Western Dolomites |8-10/7 | 31/7-2/8 | 19-21/8 | 18-20/9

From the lush green views of Monte Peller to the white rocks of Brenta you are going to discover the immense high grasslands of Val Nana. From Valle di Non you arrive in Campiglio through Passo del Grostè, after the long crossing of northern Brenta, with overnight stays at the Peller and Malga Tuena huts. A long trek through wild and solitary valleys, in the brown bear’s territory.

The “Bocchette”, the most famous via ferrata in the Brenta group

Western Dolomites |from 15/6 to 10/10, Fri-Sun

Three days among the Brenta needles, including through the Bocchette Centrali, a high mountain path unique in the world, which required twenty years of hard work by alpine guides and the hut keepers of Brenta to be traced and made safe. The trail climbs among the group’s peaks through Passo del Grosté and returns along Vallesinella, with overnight stays at the Tuckett and Alimonta huts.

Rosengarten Trekking, the garden of King Laurin

Eastern Dolomites | June and September (fri - sun) - July and August (thur - fri)

The Catinaccio trekking from south to north can be approached by many hikers; they will be surrounded by walls that, according to legend, at sunset turn into a flower garden. You stay the night in two huts run by SAT (Società Alpinisti Tridentini): the Vajolet hut (where Dolomites climbing actually started) and the Antermoia hut, on the edge of a small blue lake that (go up and look at it carefully) is shaped like a heart.

In the places of the great Robert Musil in Valle dei Mocheni

Lagorai: 12-14/7 | 23-25/8 | 20-22/9

It was in 1915 that the writer Robert Musil, an Austrian officer at the time, spent a few months in Val dei Mocheni. A hundred years later, here is a ring-shaped trek to get to know the wild charm of these areas, where the Lagorai starts. Night stays at the Sette Selle and Tonini huts, with departure and arrival in upper Val dei Mocheni, to find out whether this is really the “enchanted valley”, as Musil called it.