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    All high and long-distance hiking trails

    Whether you're interested in the breathtaking Stilfser Joch National Park, the UNESCO World Heritage Dolomites, or the secluded Pfunderer Berge mountains, the region's high-altitude and long-distance hiking trails provide an opportunity for multi-day hikes that take you through stunning landscapes from one mountain hut to another. These extended hikes in the mountains offer an ideal escape from the demands of everyday life, allowing you to truly disconnect and immerse yourself in nature.

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    Dolomites World Heritage Geotrail II: from Armentarola to Pederü
    Al Plan/San Vigilio, Dolomites Region Kronplatz/Plan de Corones

    The seventh stage of the Dolomites World Heritage Geotrail II crosses the Fanes plateau between spectacular and imposing folds, evidence of when the Dolomites, part of the African continental margin, were moved 3000km northwards and collided with the rocks of the European margin.

    The Dolomites UNESCO Geotrail consists of 10 daily stages, focussing particularly on the Dolomites’ geological history.

    Difficulty: medium
    707 altitude up
    5h:01 min duration
    Hiking
    Dolomites high mountain trail nº 2
    Brixen/Bressanone, Brixen/Bressanone and environs

    The scenic, long-distance hike through the western Dolomites runs from Brixen/Bressanone in the Eisacktal Valley to Feltre in the Province of Belluno.

    Difficulty: difficult
    12921 altitude up
    57h:43 min duration
    Hiking
    Truden/Trodena-Horn Alm
    Truden/Trodena, Bolzano/Bozen and environs

    Starting in Trodena/Truden we take the European long distance path E5. We walk through a wonderful mixed coniferous forest, partly on a forestry trail, partly on an old path and we get to the col "Ziss-Sattel". The trail continues to the alpine cabin "Hornalm" on 1.710m which is surrounded by large meadows and high alpine plants: gentian, milkworts, sulfuric anemones and bearded bellflowers. The panoramic view from the Hornalm is surely worth the tiring climb: You have a wonderful view over the mountain chain "Lagoraikette", the Palagruppe, the two mountains Schwarzhorn and Weißhorn, the Zanggenberg, the Latemar, the Rosengarten group, the Schlern and the Alps of the Stubaital and Ötztal. After a side-trip to the "Schwarzensee", a black lake and biotope, we walk around the top of the Trudner Horn and take the path E5 back to Trodena.

    Difficulty: difficult
    0 altitude up
    5h:00 min duration
    Hiking
    Dolomite Alpine Ridgeway No.1
    Dolomites Region 3 Zinnen
    This alpine path leads along the north - south route through the eastern Dolomites. During the course of the hike you will get to know interesting areas of the eastern Dolomites. The main route leads along an average height of 2.000m - so you have to expect high - alpine conditions. With the exception of the last sections, which can be bypassed on an easier path, experienced hikers will have no difficulties.

    Stages: 8 -12 days
    Difficulty: difficult
    6820 altitude up
    41h:00 min duration
    Hiking
    Dolomites High Route n. 2
    Brixen/Bressanone, Dolomites Region Alta Badia

    The Dolomites High Route n. 2 was among the first of 10 “official” Dolomites High Routes to be described and signposted. The High Route is also known as the "way of the legends" as it passes through Dolomites mountains and valleys rich in myths and legends: for example the Odle group and the Sella group with the legends of the Ladin people or Feltre with the tales of ogres and witches. The multi-day excursion can be completed in several stages going from north to south. Starting point is Bressanone/Brixen, the quaint town of South Tyrol, rich in history. Arrival is the town of Feltre with the river Piave, witness of some of the tragic events of World War I. The route crosses three provinces, Bolzano, Trento and Belluno and 10 mountain groups (Plose, Pütia/Peitlerkofel, Odle/Geisler, Puez, Sella, Padon, Marmolada, Bocche, Pala, Feltre group), among which Plose, Padon and the Lusia-Bocche group are not part of the Dolomites. The Dolomites High Route n. 2 offers a nice variety of hiking and climbing and the chance to discover art and culture. So, for example, it is worth a visit the city of Bressanone with its museums and works of art and, not to forget, the many historical sites of the 1st World War that you meet along the way.

    Difficulty: difficult
    11723 altitude up
    59h:30 min duration
    Hiking
    Dolorama 2. Stage
    Lüsen/Luson

    The Dolorama Track: Hiking in the realm of the Dolomites

    A 4-day hiking tour in a breath-taking Alpine landscape with spectacular panoramic views, from Rodenecker mountain pastures to Laion/Lajen

     
    The beautiful peaks of the UNESCO World Heritage site of the Dolomites are always in view! The Dolorama Route runs in four stages, from the Rodenecker mountain pastures to the village of Laion/Lajen – an unforgettable hiking experience through the valleys and mountains of the Dolomites.
     
    The 61-km long Dolorama tour starts gently and then passes through the unique varied landscape of the Dolomites. Leaving the rich pastures of the Rodenecker and Lüsner Alm pastures, the route reaches the rugged rock formations of the Aferer and Villnösser Geisler, leading through pastures and meadows down to the village of Lajen/Laion. A spectacular panoramic view is to see along the entire tour on the horizon: the unique high rock formations of the Dolomites. First, the impressive Peitlerkofel in Funes/Villnöss, close to the Gömajoch ridge in the Puez-Geisler Nature Park comes into view, and then the Raschötz mountain pasture, withe the view extends to the peaks of Langkofel, Plattkofel and Schlern.
     
    The Dolorama trail consists almost entirely of forestry paths and hiking trails , and is only crossed once by a road. Along the way there are many rest areas and panorama points to stop at: for example, the prehistoric settlement site at Astmoos on the Luson/Lüsner Alm pasture or the alpine pastures of Raschötz. For those who want to undertake the 4-day tour in stages, there are many access paths and descents along the entire route. These, as well as the starting point and target destination, are all easily accessible by public bus.

    There are many Alpine huts along the way, offering refreshments and accommodation.
    All in all: a pure experience of the Dolomites !

    Dolorama - Total Distance
    » Starting point: Zumis car park, Rodengo/Rodeneck
    » Endpoint: Laion/Lajen
    » Route: 61 km | ascent: 2,356 hm | descent: 3,004 hm
    » Walking time: approx. 19 hours 15 min.

    Stages of the Route:
    » Stage 1: from the Zumis car park at the Rodeneckker/Lüsner Alm mountain pasture to the Maurerberghütte hut (ca 6.30 h)
    » Stage 2: from the Maurerberghütte mountain hut to the Schlüterhütte alpine hut (ca. 4.45 h)
    » Stage 3: from the Schlüterhütte alpine hut to the Raschötz shelter hut (ca. 5 h)
    » Stage 4: from the Raschötz shelter hut to the village of Laion/Lajen (ca. 3 h)
    Difficulty: medium
    742 altitude up
    4h:31 min duration
    Hiking
    The Dolomites High Route n. 9
    Corvara, Dolomites Region Seiser Alm

    The route of the the Dolomites High Route n. 9 , unlike most other Dolomite High Altitude Trails, runs as a transversal from west to east over the ridges of the Dolomites, most of which rise from south to north.

    Long-distance hiking trail with panoramic views
    The Dolomites High Trail No. 9 starts in the provincial capital of South Tyrol, Bozen/Bolzano, then crosses South Tyrol and part of the province of Belluno. The stages of the long-distance hiking trail are really short and therefore also suitable for hikers with less physical condition. This long-distance hike takes you to the most beautiful places in the Dolomites. The route is taken within 12 to 14 days.

    Difficulty: difficult
    11447 altitude up
    65h:15 min duration
    Hiking
    Dolomites UNESCO Geotrail - Stage 8: from Pederü to Plätzwiese
    Al Plan/San Vigilio, Dolomites Region Kronplatz/Plan de Corones

    The eighth stage of the Dolomites World Heritage Geotrail II crosses the Senes plateau and reaches Prato Piazza along the northern side of the Croda Rossa d'Ampezzo. This stage invites you to observe the different forms that the relief takes around us: the peaks, the ridges, the valleys, the plateaus, the gorges, are all traces of the balance between erosion and tectonic uplift, which has been shaping the Dolomites for 30 million years.
    Discover more: https://www.dolomitiunesco.info/attivita/dolomites-world-heritage-geotrail/

    The Dolomites UNESCO Geotrail consists of 10 daily stages, focussing particularly on the Dolomites’ geological history.

    Difficulty: medium
    1305 altitude up
    6h:22 min duration
    Hiking
    Alpine Path of the Dolomites no. 2 - stage 2 & 3
    Al Plan/San Vigilio, Dolomites Region Kronplatz/Plan de Corones

    The High Route no. 2 consists of a distance of 180 km, divided into 13 stages, which connects Bressanone to Feltre. The itinerary touches the three provinces of Bolzano, Trento and Belluno.

    Stage 2 goes from the Plose hut to Rifugio Genova, allowing trekkers to discover the wonders of the Puez-Odle Natural Park, often referred to as "Earth’s history book" due to its geological significance. Along the walk, the majestic Sasso Putia remains always in sight and offers many chances for a souvenir photo.

    Stage 3 connects the Rifugio Genova  to the Rifugio Puez. With an additional half an hour walk it is possible to climb to the top of Piz Duleda (2.909m), which offers a stunning view. Due to the multitude of rocks and interesting geological creations, the plateau of Puez is often compared to a moonscape. 

    Difficulty: medium
    1316 altitude up
    8h:19 min duration
    Hiking
    Dolorama trail
    Lajen/Laion, Brixen/Bressanone and environs
    4 days:
    The Dolorama trail climbs steadily – but in gentle ups and downs – through the vast expanse of the Rodenecker-Lüsner Alp into the UNESCO World Heritage Dolomites all the way to Lajen. It is divided into four stretches, each offering an insight into South Tyrolean alpine farming as it is currently practised. Impressive mountainscapes will accompany you every step of the way, and there are several huts along offering refreshments and overnight accommodation. You can use public transport to get back.
    Difficulty: difficult
    2479 altitude up
    96h:00 min duration
    Hiking
    Dolorama 4. Stage
    Lajen/Laion

    The Dolorama Track: Hiking in the realm of the Dolomites

    A 4-day hiking tour in a breath-taking Alpine landscape with spectacular panoramic views, from Rodenecker mountain pastures to Laion/Lajen

     
    The beautiful peaks of the UNESCO World Heritage site of the Dolomites are always in view! The Dolorama Route runs in four stages, from the Rodenecker mountain pastures to the village of Laion/Lajen – an unforgettable hiking experience through the valleys and mountains of the Dolomites.
     
    The 61-km long Dolorama tour starts gently and then passes through the unique varied landscape of the Dolomites. Leaving the rich pastures of the Rodenecker and Lüsner Alm pastures, the route reaches the rugged rock formations of the Aferer and Villnösser Geisler, leading through pastures and meadows down to the village of Lajen/Laion. A spectacular panoramic view is to see along the entire tour on the horizon: the unique high rock formations of the Dolomites. First, the impressive Peitlerkofel in Funes/Villnöss, close to the Gömajoch ridge in the Puez-Geisler Nature Park comes into view, and then the Raschötz mountain pasture, withe the view extends to the peaks of Langkofel, Plattkofel and Schlern.
     
    The Dolorama trail consists almost entirely of forestry paths and hiking trails , and is only crossed once by a road. Along the way there are many rest areas and panorama points to stop at: for example, the prehistoric settlement site at Astmoos on the Luson/Lüsner Alm pasture or the alpine pastures of Raschötz. For those who want to undertake the 4-day tour in stages, there are many access paths and descents along the entire route. These, as well as the starting point and target destination, are all easily accessible by public bus.

    There are many Alpine huts along the way, offering refreshments and accommodation.
    All in all: a pure experience of the Dolomites !

    Dolorama - Total Distance
    » Starting point: Zumis car park, Rodengo/Rodeneck
    » Endpoint: Laion/Lajen
    » Route: 61 km | ascent: 2,356 hm | descent: 3,004 hm
    » Walking time: approx. 19 hours 15 min.

    Stages of the Route:
    » Stage 1: from the Zumis car park at the Rodeneckker/Lüsner Alm mountain pasture to the Maurerberghütte hut (ca 6.30 h)
    » Stage 2: from the Maurerberghütte mountain hut to the Schlüterhütte alpine hut (ca. 4.45 h)
    » Stage 3: from the Schlüterhütte alpine hut to the Raschötz shelter hut (ca. 5 h)
    » Stage 4: from the Raschötz shelter hut to the village of Laion/Lajen (ca. 3 h)
    Difficulty: medium
    32 altitude up
    2h:25 min duration
    Hiking
    Dolomites World Heritage Geotrail II - Stage 9: from the Plätzwiese High Plateau to the Dreizinnenhütte Hut
    Prags/Braies, Dolomites Region 3 Zinnen
    The ninth stage of the Dolomites World Heritage Geotrail II leads up the Rienztal valley to the Dreizinnenhütte hut in the shadow of the Three Peaks. This stage takes in a precise moment in the geological history of the Dolomites, namely when, 235 million years ago, after a period of intense volcanic activity, new reefs of algae, sponges and corals took root on the cores of the previous tropical atolls.

    More information: https://www.dolomitiunesco.info/attivita/dolomites-world-heritage-geotrail/?lang=en
    Difficulty: medium
    1387 altitude up
    6h:04 min duration
    Hiking
    Dolomites High Route n. 8
    Brixen/Bressanone, Brixen/Bressanone and environs

    The Dolomites High Route 8 leads from Bressanone to Salorno. It goes over a crest, which flanks the Etschtal/Val'Adige valley and the Eisacktal/Valle Isarco valley.

    The path begins together with the Dolomites High Route 2 in Bressanone, later the paths separate. The Dolomites High Route 8 offers a relatively easy crossing of the Dolomites. It was built relatively late, in 1981, from the existing network of paths. The most demanding part of the route is the passage from the Passo di Costalunga to the hut Rifugio di Pisa. Since there are many bases, the path can be followed in quite short stages, which makes it also exciting for families with children. The duration of the trail should be between 10 and 13 days. 

    Difficulty: medium
    7830 altitude up
    53h:07 min duration
    Hiking
    Dolorama
    Rodeneck/Rodengo

    The Dolorama Track: Hiking in the realm of the Dolomites

    A 4-day hiking tour in a breath-taking Alpine landscape with spectacular panoramic views, from Rodenecker mountain pastures to Laion/Lajen

     
    The beautiful peaks of the UNESCO World Heritage site of the Dolomites are always in view! The Dolorama Route runs in four stages, from the Rodenecker mountain pastures to the village of Laion/Lajen – an unforgettable hiking experience through the valleys and mountains of the Dolomites.
     
    The 61-km long Dolorama tour starts gently and then passes through the unique varied landscape of the Dolomites. Leaving the rich pastures of the Rodenecker and Lüsner Alm pastures, the route reaches the rugged rock formations of the Aferer and Villnösser Geisler, leading through pastures and meadows down to the village of Lajen/Laion. A spectacular panoramic view is to see along the entire tour on the horizon: the unique high rock formations of the Dolomites. First, the impressive Peitlerkofel in Funes/Villnöss, close to the Gömajoch ridge in the Puez-Geisler Nature Park comes into view, and then the Raschötz mountain pasture, withe the view extends to the peaks of Langkofel, Plattkofel and Schlern.
     
    The Dolorama trail consists almost entirely of forestry paths and hiking trails , and is only crossed once by a road. Along the way there are many rest areas and panorama points to stop at: for example, the prehistoric settlement site at Astmoos on the Luson/Lüsner Alm pasture or the alpine pastures of Raschötz. For those who want to undertake the 4-day tour in stages, there are many access paths and descents along the entire route. These, as well as the starting point and target destination, are all easily accessible by public bus.

    There are many Alpine huts along the way, offering refreshments and accommodation.
    All in all: a pure experience of the Dolomites !

    Dolorama - Total Distance
    » Starting point: Zumis car park, Rodengo/Rodeneck
    » Endpoint: Laion/Lajen
    » Route: 61 km | ascent: 2,356 hm | descent: 3,004 hm
    » Walking time: approx. 19 hours 15 min.

    Stages of the Route:
    » Stage 1: from the Zumis car park at the Rodeneckker/Lüsner Alm mountain pasture to the Maurerberghütte hut (ca 6.30 h)
    » Stage 2: from the Maurerberghütte mountain hut to the Schlüterhütte alpine hut (ca. 4.45 h)
    » Stage 3: from the Schlüterhütte alpine hut to the Raschötz shelter hut (ca. 5 h)
    » Stage 4: from the Raschötz shelter hut to the village of Laion/Lajen (ca. 3 h)
    Difficulty: medium
    2385 altitude up
    96h:00 min duration
    Hiking
    Ortler High Mountain Trail
    Stilfs/Stelvio, Vinschgau/Val Venosta

    The new Ortler High Mountain Trail extends around the Stelvio National Park, from Venosta Valley in South Tyrol to Valtellina in Lombardy. With an altitude performance of 8,126 m across the entire route, this high Alpine hike circumnavigates the Ortler Group, in sections running at over 3,000 m altitude, and is one of the most demanding high-altitude routes in the Alpine region. Here, everything is demanded of even the most experienced mountain hikers: surefootedness, good fitness and suitable equipment are basic requirements for the seven-day tour, as one section runs over glacial terrain. The company of a mountain guide is recommended. 

    The Ortler High Mountain Trail is approximately 119.5 km long, and offers a highly unique experience in nature. It is divided into seven daily stages, each of which can be completed in six to eight hours. The individual stages of the circular hike can also be undertaken as eventful single-day hikes exploring the wide variety of local fauna and flora in the Stelvio National Park. The ideal time for all experienced mountain hikers is between June to September, with mild temperatures and clear visibility offering a unique panoramic view of the Ortler Group glaciers. Each stage of this high Alpine circular hiking trail offers its own special scenic highlights in the truest sense of the word.

    The designated Alpine pastures and mountain huts along this high Alpine route are working farms and offer both food and accommodation to hikers.

    Difficulty: difficult
    8126 altitude up
    55h:15 min duration
    Hiking
    Dolomites World Heritage Geotrail II – Stage 1: from the Bletterbach to the Lavazèjoch pass- From land to sea
    Aldein/Aldino, Bolzano/Bozen and environs

    The first stage of the Geotrail climbs up from the Bletterbach gorge to the summit of the Weisshorn. We pass through stunning scenery that reveals various layers of rock with the oldest at the bottom, the most recent at the very top. Like a book, these layers tell a story – a story that has lasted 40 million years, with the transformation of the Dolomites of the time from a landmass into a sea.

    Difficulty: medium
    1101 altitude up
    4h:37 min duration
    Hiking
    Dolomites World Heritage Geotrail II
    Kastelruth/Castelrotto, Dolomites Region Seiser Alm

    Dolomites World Heritage Geotrail II - from Bletterbach to the Sexten Dolomites

    A hiking trail to discover the fossil archipelago of the  Dolomites UNESCO World Hetitage

    In 2009 UNESCO listed the Dolomites as a World Heritage Site for the aesthetic value of its landscape and for the scientific importance of its geology and geomorphology. From this arose the idea of designing a trekking route through the Dolomites that would present this spectacular history and beauty to hiker.

    The Dolomites World Heritage Geotrail explores the entire Dolomites World Heritage Site in 47 stages. 10 of these stages run through the South Tyrolean Dolomites, traversing some of the most beautiful and geologically interesting mountain ranges in the region. There are breathtaking views to be had along a route that features plenty of opposites, while hiking is a unique experience along the well-marked, well-maintained paths.

    The Geotrail is thus a combination of long-distance footpath and educational trail. The individual stages of this trail are also possible as day tours; you can almost always use public transport to get back to your starting point or to return from the day’s destination. The main challenge is nevertheless to attempt the Geotrail in ten days, taking the time to explore a unique world full of secrets and for a while escaping the hustle and bustle of our (over-)organised everyday world.

    For more information, please visit: https://www.dolomitiunesco.info/attivita/dolomites-world-heritage-geotrail/?lang=de

    Lenght
    : 176 km

    Duration: 10 days

    Please check the opening hours of the huts and restaurants: www.seiseralm.it/huts

    Difficulty: medium
    8730 altitude up
    54h:00 min duration
    Hiking
    Dolorama 3. Stage
    Villnöss/Funes

    The Dolorama Track: Hiking in the realm of the Dolomites

    A 4-day hiking tour in a breath-taking Alpine landscape with spectacular panoramic views, from Rodenecker mountain pastures to Laion/Lajen

     
    The beautiful peaks of the UNESCO World Heritage site of the Dolomites are always in view! The Dolorama Route runs in four stages, from the Rodenecker mountain pastures to the village of Laion/Lajen – an unforgettable hiking experience through the valleys and mountains of the Dolomites.
     
    The 61-km long Dolorama tour starts gently and then passes through the unique varied landscape of the Dolomites. Leaving the rich pastures of the Rodenecker and Lüsner Alm pastures, the route reaches the rugged rock formations of the Aferer and Villnösser Geisler, leading through pastures and meadows down to the village of Lajen/Laion. A spectacular panoramic view is to see along the entire tour on the horizon: the unique high rock formations of the Dolomites. First, the impressive Peitlerkofel in Funes/Villnöss, close to the Gömajoch ridge in the Puez-Geisler Nature Park comes into view, and then the Raschötz mountain pasture, withe the view extends to the peaks of Langkofel, Plattkofel and Schlern.
     
    The Dolorama trail consists almost entirely of forestry paths and hiking trails , and is only crossed once by a road. Along the way there are many rest areas and panorama points to stop at: for example, the prehistoric settlement site at Astmoos on the Luson/Lüsner Alm pasture or the alpine pastures of Raschötz. For those who want to undertake the 4-day tour in stages, there are many access paths and descents along the entire route. These, as well as the starting point and target destination, are all easily accessible by public bus.

    There are many Alpine huts along the way, offering refreshments and accommodation.
    All in all: a pure experience of the Dolomites !

    Dolorama - Total Distance
    » Starting point: Zumis car park, Rodengo/Rodeneck
    » Endpoint: Laion/Lajen
    » Route: 61 km | ascent: 2,356 hm | descent: 3,004 hm
    » Walking time: approx. 19 hours 15 min.

    Stages of the Route:
    » Stage 1: from the Zumis car park at the Rodeneckker/Lüsner Alm mountain pasture to the Maurerberghütte hut (ca 6.30 h)
    » Stage 2: from the Maurerberghütte mountain hut to the Schlüterhütte alpine hut (ca. 4.45 h)
    » Stage 3: from the Schlüterhütte alpine hut to the Raschötz shelter hut (ca. 5 h)
    » Stage 4: from the Raschötz shelter hut to the village of Laion/Lajen (ca. 3 h)
    Difficulty: medium
    633 altitude up
    4h:45 min duration
    Hiking
    Dolomites World Heritage Geotrail II – Stage 6: from the Puez Hut to Armentarola
    Badia, Dolomites Region Alta Badia

    The impressively steep and rocky tooth of the Sassongher rises directly before us, while far to the south we see the imposing and majestic northwest wall of the Civetta. Merely crossing the plateau on which the Puez Hut is located represents a unique experience for mountaineers without vast geological knowledge, with bizarre rock formations that only a whim of nature could create. The Pralongiá plateau offers a breathtaking view of the largest glacier in the Dolomites, the north face of the Marmolada.

    Discover more: https://www.dolomitiunesco.info/attivita/dolomites-world-heritage-geotrail/?lang=en 

    Difficulty: difficult
    788 altitude up
    6h:16 min duration
    Hiking
    Tour of the villages Schnauders-Garn-Verdings
    Feldthurns/Velturno, Brixen/Bressanone and environs

    From Feldthurns, take trail 18, which brings you to Schnauders. From there, follow trails no. 17 and 16 to Garn, where trail no. 10 leads on to Verdings and then no. 3 down to Moar zu Viersch. From there, the Chestnut Trail leads you back to Feldthurns.

    Difficulty: medium
    0 altitude up
    2h:19 min duration
    Hiking
    Tirolo High Mountain Trail in the Passeiertal Valley
    Moos in Passeier/Moso in Passiria, Meran/Merano and environs

    The Alta Via Tirolo starts and ends in the tourist centres of Mayrhofen and Meran. Between the two, there are 130 km of hiking paths with ascents of 9000 m in total and descents of 10,000 m in total. It is possible to do this tour in 11 to 13 days.

    You are rewarded with breathtaking views of the impressive mountains of various characteristics. The ice giants of the Ziller Alps, the dark mountains of the main Alps, the pale Dolomite peaks of the Tribulaune, the high peaks of the Passeier Valley as well as the largest high Alpine group of lakes in South Tyrol and then of course, the apple orchards of Meran.

    The Tiroler Höhenweg/Alta Via Tirolo … Discover pure nature!

    Difficulty: difficult
    4105 altitude up
    23h:00 min duration
    Hiking
    Alpine Path of the Dolomites no. 1 - stage 2 & 3
    Al Plan/San Vigilio, Dolomites Region Kronplatz/Plan de Corones

    The High Route no. 1 winds along a route of approximately 125 km and 7,300 m of ascent, divided into 12 stages, connecting Lake Braies with Belluno. Here, ere two stages pass through the municipality of Marebbe

    Stage no. 2 goes from the Biella hut to the one in Fanes. Exploring the pastures of Senes, Fodara and Fanes, it is often possible to see animals grazing. The stage can be walked in 3 hours.

    Stage no. 3 goes from Fanes hut to Rifugio Lagazuoi.

    Especially inviting for a break are the various mountain lakes that are encountered along the route. Crossing the plateau of Fanes is a unique experience that, during the hikes, brings to life the legend of the Kingdom of the Fanes. The third stage can be walked in 5 hours.

    Difficulty: medium
    2098 altitude up
    10h:19 min duration
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