Alte Vie (Alpine trails) and rings

The best way to experience and explore these marvellous mountains is to go on one of the fantastic Alte Vie or a panoramic circular tour of the Dolomites.Walking along one of the eight Alte Vie in the Dolomites, or one of the circular routes, is the most beautiful way of experiencing the Dolomites, UNESCO World Heritage Site: when you stay several days at high altitudes of up to 2,500 metres, you get the chance to experience emotions you would never experience on normal one-day hikes. Seeing a refuge in the distance, being completely surrounded by nature and silence filled with emotions and natural sounds, meeting people along the way and admiring unbeatable stunning views, are just some of the magical moments you can experience on a high altitude trail. (source:

The Alta Via No. 1 is about 125 km long, it has 12 legs and connects Lake Braies (BZ) with Belluno.

The Alta Via No. 2 is about 180 km long, it has 13 legs and connects Bressanone (BZ) with Feltre (BL).

The Alta Via No. 3 is about 100 km long, it has 8 legs and connects Villabassa in Val Pusteria (BZ) with Longarone (BL).

The Alta Via No. 4 is about 85 km long, it has 6 legs and connects San Candido in Val Pusteria (BZ) with Pieve di Cadore (BL). 

The Alta Via No. 5 is about 90 km long, it has 7 legs and connects Sesto Pusteria (BZ) with Pieve di Cadore (BL). 

The Palaronda Trek is designed for anyone wanting to spend a couple of days in the breathtakingly beautiful Pale di San Martino, in the heart of the Dolomites.

Two tours for the price of one for trekking enthusiasts! This new hiking itinerary is a circular route that runs around the Brenta mountain in the western part of the UNESCO Dolomites.

The „Via Transalpina“ is a long-distance hiking trail, which unfolds its unique charm along its 750 km of total length.
Starting from Oberstdorf (GER), crossing the Tirol (AUT), the Via Transalpina traverses the picturesque scenery of the Dolomites, before “diving” into the ocean in front of Triest (IT).

The circular trail in the Natural Park of Friulan Dolomites from 2009 UNESCO world Heritage.

The landscape that can be admired on all sides from the highest point of the itinerary, at the peak of the Piccolo Lagazuoi, is one of the most impressive and complete in the whole area of the Dolomites.

The 360° view of the landscape is one of the most charming and exceptionally beautiful of the entire Dolomites area.

The route was proposed by the local CAI Section of Valcomelico, for its particular natural interest, history and landscape; it is fairly simple to negotiate, giving a sense of satisfaction, and has easy access.

The Anello del Vescovà allows you to appreciate all the extraordinary environmental richness of the southern Dolomites, effectively summing up all its geological and geomorphological characteristics, its wild life, flora, vegetation and landscape.

For its landscape, geomorphological characteristics, and this history of mountaineering, the loop itinerary around the Civetta Group is well suited to represent this great mountain massif situated between the valley of the Cordevole in the Agordino area and the Maè in the Zoldo area.

The Anello Busa delle Vette, belonging to Group 3 of the sites recognised as UNESCO world heritage sites, allows you to appreciate all the extraordinary environmental richness of the southern Dolomites.

On the 70th anniversary of the city and province of Belluno being honoured with the Medaglia d’Oro al Valore Militare, we are planning to dedicate a mountain trail linking the locations associated with the First and Second World Wars.

Two mountain ranges, two regions, an unforgettable trekking. Different environments for structure and nature, both World Heritage Sites, united by the continuous line of the Alta Via n. 2, which from Feltre, through the Vette Feltrine and the Pale di San Martino, reaches the Valles Pass.