Our trip begins and ends in Corvara, located in Alta Badia in the South Tyrol. Before the First World War, this area was part of Austria, and you'll discover the combined Austrian-Italian culture in the food, architecture, and language you experience here. The local people speak Ladino, which comes from the Romanish language, and signs are written first in Ladino, then in German, and lastly in Italian!
You have options on how best to enjoy this trip as well. Choose from a group departure – where you’ll be guided by one of our outstanding Dolomites guides and meet kindred spirits interested in hiking and exploring these mountains. Or, select a private guided departure, where you’ll choose your traveling companions. Or even a private self-guided departure, where you’ll explore on your own (with detailed maps and guidance of course!). The choice is yours!
- Walk along pastoral alpine pastures, across mountain passes, and on scenic trails
- Enjoy the atmosphere of a different mountain rifugio each night, a real mountaineer experience
- Experience the rich Ladin culture in the Alta Badia valley, with its many traditions that make this region so unique
- Options to experience the adrenaline rush of climbing a via ferrata!
Hotel in Alta Badia (D)
Hotel in Alta Badia (B,D)
Hotel in Alta Badia (B,D)
Want to learn more about our Hotels and B&Bs
The Dolomites has a multi-faceted culture and history that is reflected in each village we visit, and we make sure to provide you with the most authentic experience of the region possible through the hotels and B&Bs we offer. Hotels and chalets are available in the larger villages, while agriturismos (working farms with accommodations similar to B&Bs) are more common in rural areas. And we always make sure you have access to inspired regional cuisine, and the best panoramas you can get in the Dolomites!
Want to learn more about our Mountain Inns & Rifugi?
Rifugi – or mountain huts in English – are the classic accommodation for hikers, climbers, mountaineers, and ski mountaineers in the Alps. Set in spectacular locations high in the Dolomites, rifugi are accessible only on foot (with a few exceptions that are reachable by car). These marvelous establishments are open primarily in the summer, with a select few in winter, and offer meals and sleeping facilities.
The Dolomite rifugi are considered the best in the Alps. While some are dormitory style with bunk beds, many meet the standard of a simple guest house with private rooms and en-suite bathrooms, and each has its own unique character and charm. Bedding and linens are provided, hot showers are available, and meals are served in common dining areas – like a small mountain inn set high in the mountains with the most incredible vistas in the Dolomites. Whether you’re hiking in summer or skiing in winter, an overnight rifugio stay is not to miss on a Dolomite holiday.
To learn even more about rifugi in the Dolomites, check out our Rifugios in the Dolomites article, and learn about one of the best ways to experience these incredible mountains!
Want to see the Dolomites in action?
Check out the high definition videos in our SUMMER VIDEO GALLERY!
Don’t miss our Photo Galleries, to discover why this is the perfect place for your next adventure!
Want to learn more about hiking in the Dolomites?
Check out our Tips for Hiking in the Dolomites article!
Want to learn more about via ferrata in the Dolomites?
Check out our Via Ferrata: Climbing the Iron Paths of the Dolomites article for the who, what, when, where, & why of climbing via ferrata!
Still want more? Why not extend your adventure!
Dolomite Mountains offers fantastic extensions that you can enjoy before or after your trip in the Dolomites. Explore Venice, Verona, Lake Garda, Florence, or Milan, or any of the many other magical places found throughout Italy. There's no more perfect way to recover from jet lag upon arrival, or delay your return to reality at the end of your trip!
€ 3.670 per person (2 participants)
€ 2.590 per person (4 participants)
€ 2.440 per person (6 participants) - 2 guides for vie ferrate
Self-Guided Trip - Via ferrata days are guided:
€ 2.160 per person (2 participants)
€ 1.770 per person (4 participants)
€ 1.870 per person (6 participants) - 2 guides for vie ferrate
The cost is based on the specified hotel category. (Please see the cost inclusions list). If you would like an upgrade, please get in touch with us for a quotation.
We will do our best to accommodate you in the specified class of accommodations. However, if there is no availability in this category, we will offer you the next available classification at a supplementary price.
Important to note:
- There is a high-season 15% surcharge from July 14th to Sept 8th.
- There is a private-room supplement in Rifugi: €40 per Rifugio, per person per night (based on availability).
- Prices may increase between the time of quotation and booking. Your Dolomite Mountains consultant will inform you of any changes.
- Trip briefing
- Logistics and map of the area
- 3 nights accommodation in 3-star hotel in Alta Badia
- 3 nights accommodation in charming rifugios (shared dormitories)
- All breakfasts & dinners
- Local English speaking Professional UIAGM/IFMGA Mountain Guide (for 2 days)
- Lift tickets during guided days if needed
- Via ferrata equipment
- Transfers in the area
- A €15 donation to Wow Nature’s reforestation projects makes your trip carbon-neutral
- Local tourist tax
- Italian VAT tax