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Alpine Paths of the Dolomites

Walking along one of the eight Alpine Paths of the Dolomites is the most beautiful way to experience the Dolomites, Unesco World Heritage Site: staying several days at high altitudes allows you to enjoy true magic moments in close contact with nature.

Walking along one of the eight Alte Vie is the most beautiful way to experience the Dolomites, Unesco World Heritage Site: staying several days at high altitudes up to 2,500 meters allows you to enjoy true magic moments that during normal hikes you can not appreciate to the hilt. See in the distance a shelter, completely surrounded by nature in silence, meet new people along the way and admire stunning views like no other, are just some of the magical experiences that you can live along the Alpine Paths of the Dolomites.

The eight alpine routes of the Dolomites constantly follow marked trails and are suitable for everyone with a basic knowledge of mountaineering techniques and with appropriate equipment. There are several variations in addition to the basic trail which do not present major mountaineering difficulties but require experience or the help of a guide.

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Alpine Paths of the Dolomites

Walking along one of the eight Alpine Paths of the Dolomites is the most beautiful way to experience the Dolomites, Unesco World Heritage Site: staying several days at high altitudes allows you to enjoy true magic moments in close contact with nature.

Walking along one of the eight Alte Vie is the most beautiful way to experience the Dolomites, Unesco World Heritage Site: staying several days at high altitudes up to 2,500 meters allows you to enjoy true magic moments that during normal hikes you can not appreciate to the hilt. See in the distance a shelter, completely surrounded by nature in silence, meet new people along the way and admire stunning views like no other, are just some of the magical experiences that you can live along the Alpine Paths of the Dolomites.

The eight alpine routes of the Dolomites constantly follow marked trails and are suitable for everyone with a basic knowledge of mountaineering techniques and with appropriate equipment. There are several variations in addition to the basic trail which do not present major mountaineering difficulties but require experience or the help of a guide.


Alpine Path of the Dolomites no.1

Alpine Path of the Dolomites no.1

The Alta Via no. 1 is about 125 km long and connects Lake Braies in Pusteria (BZ) with Belluno

Alpine Path of the Dolomites no. 2

The Alta Via no. 2 is about 180 km long and consists of 13 legs connecting Brixen (BZ) and Feltre (BL)

Alpine Path of the Dolomites no. 8

The Alta Via no. 8 runs along a route of about 63 km that links Feltre (province of Belluno) and Bassano del Grappa (province of Vicenza)



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