“Our guides and leaders were passionate about the Dolomites, committed to responsible tourism, and demonstrated a wealth of knowledge in geology, geomorphology, botany and local history… they challenged everyone according to their individual capability and shared with us their favourite Dolomites ‘off the beaten path’. Staggeringly beautiful hikes!”
—Joy from Winnipeg, Canada
Walk the Dolomites tours are geared to satisfy customers from the adventurous intermediate to the seasoned hiker. Walking experience is a must, as our hikes include an average of six hours on the trail each day. Full itineraries for our summer 2014 hikes have been posted.
We only operate in the Dolomites as this is our home turf. Our team is made up of a group of dedicated people and avid mountain hikers. Find out more about us.
We want to share the beauty of this varied and magnificent landscape with others. Many of the hikes we suggest are not in travel books. The places we visit are those same places our parents and grand-parents took us exploring when we were young. With all confidence we can say that we know the Dolomites, because this is our land, our food and our culture. Learn more about our approach here and here!
Walk the Dolomites combines seamless transport arrangement, a very high-standard and careful selection of accommodations, authentic local cuisine and fascinating walks in the recently confirmed Dolomites UNESCO World Heritage Site. Our accommodations are hotels selected for comfort, quality and privacy; magnificent bed and breakfasts nestled in small mountain villages; and quiet alpine rifugi at higher elevations. Internet is of course available in all of our accommodations. The food is guaranteed to give you lasting memories of the centuries-old—yet always innovative—cucina italiana.
The duration of our hiking trips is eight days from arrival to departure. Our package includes all transportation, accommodations, breakfast and dinner, a subscription to Dolomiti Emergency–a search and rescue service in the unlikely event of an evacuation,– and the accompaniment of a certified alpine or naturalist guide. Price includes taxes and does not include lunch packs, obligatory insurance coverage and wines and spirits.