Day hike programmes - self-guided, guided or a combination of the two.  

Day hike programmes tailored to your preferences and fitness level. Whether your party is big or small we can put something together for you, perhaps a self-guided day hike program or a guided all-inclusive group tour. Just let us know what you are looking for.

A bespoke day hike package might include some of these classic Dolomite themes:

Unique Dolomite jagged spires, pinnacles and battlements

Some of the most startling and unexpectedly shaped natural spires, pinnacles and battlements in the Alps are to be found right here in the Dolomites. Take a close-up view of them, perhaps using a cable car or chair lift for easy access.

Flower-filled luxuriant Dolomite pastures

Discover some of the most bucolic meadows in the Dolomites and admire their exquisite botanical abundance to the tune of those famous cowbells. Late June to mid-July is the best time but August and September have some surprises in store for you, too. There's something  for all fitness levels.

History and museums

Hike to a museum or castle, perhaps enthralling Mondeval Museum in Selva di Cadore, unusual Andraz castle or Titian's birthplace in Pieve di Cadore. These are just a few of the area's interesting cultural sites. A closer look at one of the area's fascinating First World War sites is always a unique experience. 

The Great War Dolomite Front

The little known World War One Dolomite front, bitterly fought over between Italy and Austria from 1915 to 1917, can only truly be explored on foot. Hike through well preserved trenches, tunnels and forts and learn about the fighting that took place there.

Unspoiled Alpine lakes

Hike to some of the Dolomites' jewel-like lakes, both large and miniscule and perhaps take the plunge into their pristine waters!

Dolomite cuisine and wines

Combine a hike with a food or wine tasting or a visit to a wonderful high mountain dairy. The Venetian Dolomites and the Pusteria Valley are the meeting point of several culinary traditions - Northern italian, Alpine and Mittel European - with everything from goulash soups to venison with polenta, dumplings in all their shapes and forms, risotto and home-made pasta, apple strudel to panna cotta on offer.

Michelin starred restaurants in Cortina, the Cadore and Dobbiaco putting their personal touches to traditional cuisine, family-run trattorias serving homemade food, mountain huts and dairies filling you up with hearty hiking fare - there's something for everyone here.