Customized trekking trips

Personalized day trek programmes in the Dolomites

Customized, personalised, made-to-measure, tailormade – however you like to describe it, we can help! Personalized day trek programmes, guided, self-guided or a combination designed around your needs and fitness levels

Whatever the size of your party we can put something together for you, be it a self-guided day trek programme or a fully escorted all-inclusive group trip. Just let us know what you are looking for:

  • a self-guided or guided day trek programme to suit your fitness level and walking preferences;
  • a fully-guided trek trip for your family, group of friends or walking group;
  • a personalised version of one of our set trips;
  • a special interest trip – flowers? Food and wine? World War One? History?
  • a combination of guided and self-guided;
  • add in a ferrata or rock climb with an Alpine guide or a guided mountain bike excursion;
  • interested in yoga? Photography? Get in touch and we’ll sort out an itinerary together.

Perhaps put together a day walk package from some of these iconic Dolomite themes:

Flower filled verdant Dolomite meadows

Explore some of the most bucolic pastures in the Dolomites and admire their stunning profusion of flowers to the tune of those famous cowbells. June and July are the best months but August and September have some surprises in store too. Accessible to all fitness levels.

Iconic Dolomite spires and pinnacles

The Dolomites are famous for some of the most startling and unexpectedly shaped natural spires, pinnacles and battlements in the Alps. Walk up to them and around to get an up-close view.

Trekking discovering pristine Alpine lakes

Walk up to some of the many jewel-like lakes, both large and truly tiny, which the Dolomites are dotted with.

History and museums

Combine a walk with a museum or castle visit, perhaps to quirky Andraz castle or the fascinating Mondeval Museum in Selva di Cadore or to one of the area's fascinating World War One sites.

Trekking along the First World War Dolomite Front

The little known World War One Dolomite front, bitterly fought over between Italy and Austria from 1915 to 1917, is a world that can only fully be discovered on foot. Walk through well-maintained trenches, fortifications and tunnels and hear all about the battles that took place there. An Oxford history graduate, Isabelle has made the Great War in Italy an area of specialist interest.

Trekking and tasting traditional Alpine food and wine

The Venetian Dolomites and the Pusteria Valley are the meeting point of several culinary traditions – Mittel European, Northern Italian and Alpine – offering everything from goulash soups to venison with polenta, canederli/Knödel to gnocchi, risotto and home-made pasta, apple strudel to panna cotta.

Exclusive Michelin starred restaurants in Cortina, serving creative variants of traditional dishes, family-run trattorias and farm-houses offering homemade food, mountain refuges and dairies filling you up with hearty walking fare – there’s something for everyone here.

The Venetian Dolomites is not a wine producing area but many neighbouring areas are. The renowned Prosecco sparkling wine zone is just round the corner and both the acclaimed South Tyrolean wine district with its prestigious aromatic whites and fruity reds and the exclusive Valpolicella red wine area are very close by.


We can help you choose a restaurant for the evening, organize wine tasting trips or evenings, local produce tastings in the mountain dairies as well as tailor-made cooking demonstrations.




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 ...


Prices vary depending on the walk and number of people
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