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Sports and leisure activities in the Dolomites - boredom is taboo!

Summer or winter, you can read all about the wide range of Dolomites sports and leisure programmes on offer the whole year round. No chance of getting bored! 

Hiking enthusiasts are already aware: The "pale mountains", as the Dolomites are also known, are a climbing and mountaineering paradise par excellence. With world-famous rock formations, such as the enchanting Three Peaks as a backdrop - what more could you want?

But the Dolomites, which were declared a World Natural Heritage Site in 2009, have much more to offer. Whilst in summer, cycling, mountain biking and rafting are on offer in the Dolomite regions, winter is perfect for skiing holidays. An overwhelmingly diverse range of slopes, ranging from family-friendly trails to spectacular ski roundtrips such as the Sella Ronda, to relaxing winter hikes past snowy alpine huts and frozen mountain lakes, impress the numerous visitors to the region, year after year.

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Hiking in the Dolomites

Hiking in the Dolomites

Of course, hiking is one of the best things to do in the Dolomites. Wonderful forests, typical alpine landscapes and magnificent mountain peaks await you when hiking in the Dolomites. Well-marked hiking trails will lead you to the most beautiful vantage points, a wide range of varied tours await you ...
Best hikes in the Dolomites
Climbing in the Dolomites

Climbing in the Dolomites

The Dolomites are a real adventure park for climbing enthusiasts and are one of the most beautiful and unique climbing areas in the Alps. Rock climbing is one of the most fantastic adventures ever and is possible in the Dolomites from spring to autumn. And in Winter there are lots of climbing halls with different routes, for enthusiastic climbers.
Climbing in the Dolomites
Cycling and mountain biking in the Dolomites

Cycling and mountain biking

Unforgettable mountain bike tours between high mountains and crystal-clear lakes are guaranteed in the Dolomites. Mountain bikers will find it to be a real paradise here, with fantastic bike tours. Experience the most beautiful bike routes in the Dolomites: cycle through valleys up to the peaks and over mountain pastures. Explore the most beautiful places in the Dolomites, from the Gardena pass to the Fiscalina Valley.
Cycling tours
Rafting in the Dolomites

Rafting in the Dolomites

For your safety, trained guides offer rafting in the Dolomites and also provide the equipment. This makes every rafting tour a pleasant experience. By the way: In the Summer, rafting is fun in any weather, because you get wet anyway. Over rollers, swells and fast down the river through lively mountain streams. There are a variety of rafting tours for beginners and experts.
Rafting
Skiing in the Dolomites

Skiing in the Dolomites

Located on the sunny side of the Alps, the Dolomites has a ski resort, which is among the best in the world. Black runs, family slopes, floodlit slopes, cool snow parks and the fastest and most famous ski slopes in the world, such as the Saslong in Val Gardena or the Gran Risa in Alta Badia ... In addition, snow is guaranteed, well into the spring, plus a panoramic view that you can only experience on a skiing holiday in the Dolomites.
Ski resorts in the Dolomites
The Three Peaks

The Three Peaks

They are a symbol of the Dolomites and symbolise the beauty of the unique natural landscape of the Dolomites: The Three Peaks in Alta Pusteria. The magnificent mountain massif in the Sexten Dolomites is located on the border with the Italian province of Belluno and is a magical attraction for hikers, climbers and those who love ski tours.
The Three Peaks
Christmas markets in the Dolomites

Christmas markets in the Dolomites

For decades, the Christmas markets in the Dolomites have been beckoning guests to stroll through them and enjoy Christmas, and offer visitors the chance to experience the magic and charm of the Christmas season with all their senses. In addition to the large Christmas markets, such as those of Brunico and Bressanone, there are also a variety of smaller markets, which are also worthwhile visiting during a holiday in the Dolomites.
Christmas markets
Lakes in the Dolomites

Lakes in the Dolomites

The mountainous region of the Dolomites is also home to many picturesque lakes with dark forests and imposing rock towers reflecting on their surface. They are charming spots that invite you to linger and relax; Places whose natural charm enchants Dolomite holidaymakers young and old. Adorned with emerald green or deep blue water, they are wonderful destinations for hikers and nature lovers.
Lakes in the Dolomites
Nature parks in the Dolomites

Nature parks in the Dolomites

There are certain places on this earth where their beauty immediately captivates you. The fact that the Dolomites are richly blessed with such natural beauties has been confirmed by the "pale mountains" being awarded the status of a UNESCO World Heritage Site. There is no doubt that these beauties should be protected. This is carried out by nature parks and national parks and their aim to preserve nature and the natural landscape.
Nature parks
The Messner Mountain Museums

The Messner Mountain Museums

The famous mountaineer Reinhold Messner says that the six MMM are his "15th eight-thousander".  He has created a museum structure in the Dolomites, which is unique in the world. Read more about MMM Corones, MMM Ripa, MMM Firmian, MMM Dolomites, MMM Juval and MMM Ortles and visit one of the Messner Mountain Museums on your Dolomite holiday.
Messner Mountain Museums
The Brenta Dolomites

The Brenta Dolomites

West of the Adige, on the outer edge of the Dolomites, lies the Brenta Dolomite mountain group, a real showpiece in the Trentino Dolomites region. With Hauptdolomit, the region is ideal for climbing and mountaineering, evidenced by the numerous climbing trails. In addition to the famous Bocchette trail, the Sentiero Orsi and the Sentiero Ettore Castiglioni also pass through the Brenta Dolomites.
Brenta Dolomites

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