Fall is one of the most beautiful seasons in the Dolomites, join us to watch the colors change!
The Dolomite Mountains are the perfect destination for an active family vacation!
Family vacations are meant to be treasured, and on a family trip with Dolomite Mountains, we help you do just that! The Dolomites offer unlimited hiking, biking, and rock climbing opportunities for all ages – from young children to teens to adults; kids to parents to grandparents! Plenty of activities are available for families to enjoy together, as well as opportunities for parents to spend time alone.
And while relaxing on vacation is key, your kids just might learn something too! Explore the geological wonders of the dolomitic formations, World War I history and artifacts, along with the multicultural mosaic of Italian, Austrian, and Ladin cultures that merge here in these mountains.
We know that not everyone has the same idea of what makes a great vacation – that’s why we provide options on our family trips. Don’t want to bike ride? We’ll go for a hike! Ready for adventure? We’ll learn to rock climb! More of a foodie family? We’ll learn how to make a few traditional dishes! Itineraries are customizable for all age ranges. We know kids and family life (we’re parents ourselves) – and we’ll make sure every activity is age-appropriate, safe, and, best of all, FUN!
Please contact us for more information on booking your vacation in the Dolomites.
Do you want to extend your trip beyond the Dolomites? Please check our Trip Extensions.
The options for travel in the Dolomites are as great as the landscape itself. So let us help you! Below are sample itineraries to inspire you. Don’t see quite what you’re looking for? Contact us, and let us create a custom itinerary, just for you!
From hiking, biking, via ferrata, and rock climbing, to learning about the mountains, and visiting the unique city of Venice. A mountain adventure and cultural discovery for the whole family.
Discover the Dolomites and beyond with your family, exploring the southern Alps and other gems of northern Italy – Venice, Verona, and Lake Garda. Venetian masks, palaces, and hidden passageways, scenic trails through alpine meadows and across high passes of the Dolomites, and lakeside fun including Gardaland – the largest theme park in Italy! There’s fun for everyone in the family!
Our family Dolomites adventure features exhilarating hiking, mountain biking, the chance to hike a via ferrata, plus options for a train ride, swimming pools, Funbob bobsled, and an adventure park where the kids can try their skills on zip-lines, tree-swings, and a variety of exciting rope-courses!
Experience the adrenaline rush of climbing via ferrata and enjoy exhilarating mountain hikes, where you’ll be rewarded with spectacular views. Spend your evenings in cozy mountain rifugios for a real mountaineer experience that you and your family will never forget.
Venice is a fabulous place for adults and kids alike! Stay in a Venetian palace, explore maze-like passageways with new delights (and gelato!) around every corner, and enjoy the surrounding islands – you’ll find there is something here for everyone in the family! Wild alpine meadows, deciduous and evergreen woods, high altitude lunar-like terrain soaring peaks, dramatic walls and towering heights alternate with the refined South Tyrolean towns and hidden delicious mountain inns that you encounter during your daily hikes. This adventure showcases the beauty of the Dolomites in all of their grandeur.
Your family Dolomites adventure starts here – amidst some of the most spectacular natural scenery on earth! This expertly designed trip features everything from exhilarating hikes to mountain biking, and the chance to climb a via ferrata. There are even options for climbing, swimming, and a trip to an adventure park where the kids can try their skills on zip-lines, tree-swings, and a variety of exciting rope-courses! It’s a fantastic and unforgettable adventure the whole family will love!
A fun week of outdoor activities for the entire family, discovering the Dolomite valleys of Val Pusteria, Cortina d'Ampezzo, and Alta Badia.
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