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Experience the fascination of hiking in the Dolomites

Nature and sports enthusiasts will have their fill when they go hiking in the Dolomites. A wide variety of hiking routes and climbing paths at Catinaccio, Latemar and Roda di Vael, leisurely family hikes through mountain pastures in full bloom and past crystal clear mountain lakes - the region offers hiking in the Dolomites to suit every taste and ability. Experience the beauty of the western part of the South Tyrolean Dolomites during a ramble beneath Roda di Vael and let the Catinaccio, shining red in the evening sun, work its magic on you. A hiking tour to Corno Bianco with its impressive Canyon del Rio delle Foglie is geologically interesting and definitely worthwhile. The so-called Canyon of South Tyrol is 8km long and 4,500 metres deep and the place of discovery of important fossils and stones. The Geoparc in Aldino-Redagno offers impressive insights into the history of the Rio delle Foglie and the South Tyrolean Dolomites.

Natural experiences during your hiking holiday in South Tyrol

The Catinaccio Latemar area is not only a veritable haven for hikers, but also a natural paradise. It is here where two nature parks meet: the Monte Corno Nature Park with Rio delle Foglie in the south and the Catinaccio-Sciliar Nature Park with the Alpe di Suisi in the north. Explore both of these species-rich and naturally unique nature reserves on foot during your hiking holiday in South Tyrol. The region also offers South Tyrol's most dense network of hiking paths and routes, covering a total of 530km of paths through forests and meadows for your extensive hiking tours in the Dolomites. Modern cable cars and lifts will comfortably transport you to the starting point of your tour, moreover, there are hiking buses several times a week, which you should take advantage of when crossing valleys or passes. One of the most prominent destinations for your hiking holiday in South Tyrol is the rocky labyrinth of Nova Levante, where Agatha Christie set one of her famous thrillers: The Big Four. Explore the peaks of Corno Bianco with its breathtaking view, and the planet path of Collepietra, a theme-based hiking tour along picturesque farmhouses. The circle path around the Catinaccio is a 14-hour-hike and a real challenge even for almost professional mountaineers. In July you should go for this challenging tour guided by the famous alpinist Hans Kammerlander.

Mountain climbing fans will have their fill when they go climbing in South Tyrol as the region offers numerous tours up to a difficulty level of 5 as well as 10 fixed rope routes along the cliffs of the Catinaccio and the Vajolet Towers. Absolute beginners can start from scratch at the natural climbing wall at the foot of the Catinaccio supported by professionals. Let your adventure of climbing in the Dolomites begin!

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