Hiking in the Dolomites is an integral part of a summer holiday in South Tyrol. Here you find over 530 km of hiking trails. The trails are all well marked and maintained and offer one of the best trail networks in South Tyrol. While hiking in the Dolomites you do not need to be a professional mountaineer. There are plenty of easy and moderate tours, which are ideal for hiking with children. Many themed and panoramic trails can be explored on your own or with a mountain or hiking guide. Various cable cars take hikers in the Dolomites up to the summit and to magnificent lookout-points. The wonderful scenery and the great view of the mountains of the Dolomites leave a lasting impression with everyone who spends a hiking holiday in South Tyrol, no matter big or small. Far from the hustle and bustle of everyday life, in the heart of the Dolomites UNESCO World Heritage, body and mind can unwind during the unforgettable experience of hiking in the Dolomites.
Beside the magnificent panorama, a lot of variety and fun awaits little mountain friends and guests in our hotel in the Dolomites. Especially climbing fans will be thrilled, faced with the many via ferratas and climbing tours on Latemar and Catinaccio/Rosengarten. Those who take their first attempt at climbing, find a workshop held every week. In the climbing park in Carezza/Karersee you will learn elementary safety techniques and get to test a few trails together with more experienced climbers. The equipment will be made available for you.
Mt. Latemar is a true miracle of nature, located in the heart of South Tyrol. Not without reason UNESCO nominated this mountain to be one of the most beautiful and important sceneries in the world. The Latemarium Adventure Paradise was opened in the year 2014, making hiking in the Dolomites a real adventure. The Latemarium offers seven themed trails with different levels of difficulty.
But the Latemarium adventure paradise offers a lot more for a unique hiking holiday in South Tyrol. Climbers of all ages can romp about in the climbing park. Another highlight is the lookout latemar.360° with its impressive panoramic views. This lookout can be reached with the Obereggen-Oberholz chairlift.
An absolute must, while hiking in the Dolomites, is a culinary pause in one of the many mountain lodges and shelters. Here you can experience what life in the mountains is like and enjoy South Tyrolean specialities, which are unlike any served down in the valley. After some cold cuts with South Tyrolean “Speck (smoked bacon), a combination of three types of dumplings or a top-notch “Kaiserschmarrn” (traditional sweet pancake dish), the descent to the valley will go down so much easier.