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Hiking and walking trails in the Dolomites

The Dolomites need to be experienced first hand, to fully understand the fascination they have on their visitors. Whether you are a climber or a walker, there is no avoiding their magnificent appearance.
360-degree views, family hikes or high-alpine tours, gentle alpine pastures or three-thousand-meter peaks within your grasp ... there is nothing missing on a hiking holiday in the Dolomites in Italy. So, pack some food in your rucksack and suitable shoes on your feet, and you are ready for an adventurous high altitude tour or long walk, or of course, if you prefer, a leisurely walk, which is perfect for smaller hiking fans.
We have compiled the most beautiful hikes in the Dolomites for you below.

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The beautiful hikes in the Dolomites ...

Hike to the Three Peaks

Hike to the Three Peaks

The Three Peaks - the striking trinity of the Dolomites - unique, beautiful, and magnificent to view from every angle. The three peaks are even visible from the valley. But if you want to know how to best reach the Three Peaks, which hiking trails will take you to this Dolomite landmark, and details of these trails, then read on.
Hike to the Three Peaks
Circular hiking trail on the south side of the Geisler

Circular hiking trail on the south side of the Geisler

Starting point: Col Raiser mountain station (2,104 m) in St. Christina, Val Gardena. From there route no. 4, to Regensburgerhütte. From here, no. 3 and then no. 2B, in the direction of Geisler and below the peaks to the Piera Longia Alp.  Then on to Troier hut on the Seceda Alp and then Lech da Iman, passing the hut of the same name and on to Odles hut on the Col Raiser top station. From here, take the train back to the valley. Walking time: 3 h
Degree of difficulty: medium
Tierser Alpl - Schlern hike

Tierser Alpl - Schlern hike

Starting point: Compaccio on the Alpe di Siusi. Route no. 7 to Hotel Panorama. Then route no. 2 via Seiser Alm in a southerly direction and then on winding roads to Rosszahnscharte and the Tierser Alpl hut. Up to here the route takes about 2 hours. For the return route take no. 4 to Seiser-Alm-Haus, then route no. 7 to Mahlknechthütte and back to Compaccio.
Walking time: 5 h
Degree of difficulty: medium
Peitlerkofel circular hiking trail

Peitlerkofel circular hiking trail

The Peitlerkofel circular hiking trail is a real feast for the eyes. Starting point:  Würzjoch above St. Martin in Thurn. Via Compaccio route no. 8A to the western side of Peitlerkofel. From there, on to Peitlerscharte (2537 m), then via Peitlerwiesen up to Gömajoch. Via Compaccio on the northerly side of Peitlerkofel back to the starting point.
Walking time: 5 h
Degree of difficulty: medium
Hiking in the nature parks

Hiking in the nature parks

What could be better than spending a day out in the fresh air, surrounded by sun, mountains, green pastures and the pleasant scent of flowers? In the midst of a unique environment with typical Dolomite flora and fauna? Curious? Then set off on a new hiking adventure in one of the nature parks, explore nature adventure trails and get to know the secrets of nature.
Hiking in the nature parks
Hiking in the Brenta Dolomiten

Hiking in the Brenta Dolomiten

The Brenta Dolomites & hiking belong together, just like Italy and wine, summer and sun. Here, you will definitely encounter more hiking routes than you can ever dream of wandering on, on holiday. This probably means that you will have to pitch your holiday tent more often in the Brenta Dolomites, as you will want to discover here several (we couldn’t possibly say all) of the hiking trails there.
Hiking in the Brenta Dolomiten

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