The Dolomites offer breathtaking views and endless outdoor activities for adventurers. But I soon discovered that beyond the beautiful trails and valleys, a rich culture exists, laden with tradition and history. By Anne Georg for the Montreal Gazzette, Canada.
By Anne Georg for the Times Colonist, Canada.
The Dolomites offer breathtaking views and endless outdoor activities for adventurers. But I soon discovered that beyond the beautiful trails and valleys, a rich culture exists, laden with tradition and history. By Anne Georg for the Leader Post, Canada.
Dolomite Mountains is offering a new mountain biking trip through Italy’s Dolomite Mountains that follows the route of the Südtirol Sellaronda Hero, an international sporting event akin to Tour de France.
For the perfect alpine retreat, look no farther than Italy’s Dolomite Mountains. By Adam Sachs
In the Dolomites, Swiss, Austrian, and Italian cultures meet at 10,000 feet to create the perfect destination for powder and alpine cuisine. Travel piece for the April 2011 issue of Men's Journal.
Join us for a photo safari hosted by photographer Randy Jay Braun. Taking place June 27-July 4, this active sunrise-to-sunset itinerary includes an ongoing hands-on technical seminar with Braun, as well as a visit to a working farm.
A top photographer will lead a photo safari June 27 to July 4 through Italy’s Dolomite Mountains.
Don’t ask me how I did it. Don’t. But somehow I find myself in the Dolomite Mountains smack in the north of Italy on a 5-day bike tour through some of the most stunning scenery I’ve seen this side of Jessica Alba. Fueled on amazing pasta and red wine while surrounded by those gorgeous Italian women on bikes, the Dolomite Mountains are the greatest cycling spot in the entire Alps. In this locale I will soon find myself going mad-with-biking power.
I stared at what looked like a giant metal playground mounted on the side of the mountains, and was instantly sold. Inner child awoken, the notion of scrambling up ladders, crossing bridges and scaling rock faces was better than candy. I was ready to give it a go – right then and there.
Suzanne Morphet works up an appetite hiking in Italy's Dolomites and then sits down to some incredible cuisine served up with mountain views.
The soothing sound of bike wheels silently rolling against pavement. Cowbells echo from passing farms. Drizzly and dramatic, Kraftwerk's Tour de France plays on automatic repeat in my brain...
I'm flying through the air. Surrounded by a gorgeous vista of alpine scenery, I'm about to face-plant into the side of an Italian mountain. Time momentarily stops. I ponder...
We were in Italy’s Dolomite Mountains for five days of climbing “via ferrata,” or climbing the “iron way,” using cables, ladders and the occasional bridge.
Located just south of the main section of the Alps, the Italian Dolomites are somewhat of a tourist mecca, offering breathtaking views, peaceful pastures, and a step back in history to a simpler time.
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Despite dozens of visits to Italy, I’ll readily confess that the Dolomite Mountains (Dolomiti) in the northeastern corner of the country had barely registered on my radar.
Dolomite Mountains, an adventure travel company based in the Dolomite Mountains, is offering the experience of mountain climbing on a Via Ferrata.
Via Ferrata (or iron road) is a mountain route which is equipped with fixed cables, ladders, and bridges. The use of these allows otherwise isolated routes to be joined to create longer routes which are accessible to people with a wide range of climbing abilities. Reported by Elite Traveler, the Private Jet Lifestyle Magazine.
Dolomite Mountains, an adventure-travel company based in the province of Belluno, Italy, is offering a unique mountaineering experience for anyone in good shape who has a head for heights.