Hiking in the Dolomites

The hiker’s paradise in the Dolomites!

  • View from Col Raiser towards the Odle
  • View from the Juac Hut towards the Odle
  • Alpine huts on the Seceda in autumn
  • Seceda, Odle, Stevia in Val Gardena
  • Seceda, Stevia, Sella Massif and Selva Val Gardena
  • Stevia and the medieval castle in Selva / Wolkenstein
  • Medieval castle in Selva / Wolkenstein
  • From Rasciesa towards Brogles
  • From Rasciesa towards Brogles - Odle mountains

For all those, who love a more comfortable experience of nature, there are our well-kept footpaths. There are hiking paths of various levels of difficulty, from easy to challenging, which lead you to rustic and also newer mountain huts across alpine pastures in full bloom, making your hiking holiday a unique experience.

On the sun-kissed south face of the Alps there are the Dolomites, which offer a pleasantly warm climate in summer, from June onwards. Since 2009, the Dolomites, also knows as the hiking-mekka of South Tyrol, are part of the UNESCO Natural World Heritage and they offer uncountable hiking paths which are well-built, well-signposted and marked.

The hikes in the Dolomites will take you right through untouched nature, fresh-scented woods and across green, blooming pastures and often right into the middle of the breathtaking mountain landscape. Higher hiking destinations can also comfortably be reached by cable cars. Some of the hiking paths are suitable for experienced hikers as well as for families.