Your invite to hike South Tyrol

Situated in Northern Italy, South Tyrol offers walking and hiking for all levels. Explore Alpine lakes and meadows on an adventurous trek. Or, take a leisurely stroll to experience the famous ‘Enrosadira’ phenomenon – the rosy glow of the Dolomite peaks at sunset.

Hike the Dolomites together

There’s no better way to relax and stay fit with your family – especially with unspoilt nature to enjoy every step of the way.

In the heart of the Dolomites UNESCO World Heritage Site, two regions are particularly tempting for hikers. Surrounded by pastures and pretty alpine villages, Alta Badia offers well-maintained signposted trails, from easy walks for families to multi-day trekking tours.

Awe-inspiring peaks, sparkling lakes and quaint valleys make the holiday region 3 Zinnen in the Dolomites another perfect hiking destination.

3 special Dolomite hikes

Whether you’re walking with family or friends, here are three stunning hikes you won’t want to miss.

  • From the Santa Croce sanctuary, walk through Armentara's breath-taking flower meadows and enjoy magnificent views.
  • Far from any traffic, the Prato Piazza high altitude plateau near Braies is a magical place.
  • Climb to the ‘Ciaval’ peak to see legendary Dolomite landscapes, flora and fauna – an unforgettable walk.
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