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Forbes - The Best Active Travel With A Woman’s Touch - Dolomite Mountains

Since summer is prime vacation travel time and many Americans are starting to plan their return to travel right now, I’m devoting June to profiling and speaking with the women who run some of the best tour operators in the business....

NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC - Making cultural tracks in Italy’s Dolomites

If the thought of skiing the same slopes for a week bores you, try a guided ski safari through the Dolomites where even novice skiers can explore a variety of lodges, historic sites and ski in/ski out museums

EMBRAER ADVANTAGE V14 - Live Unconventionally

The Dolomites’ sky-piercing summits, highland meadows and verdant valleys offer a utopia of outdoor adventure, hearty cuisine and wellness pursuits in the breathtaking landscapes of Northern Italy

USA TODAY: Picked up an outdoor pursuit during COVID? Take it to the next level with an active vacation

Because the Dolomites have an especially large concentration of rifugios and are home to the world’s largest interconnected ski lift and trail network, Dolomiti Superski, this is one of the most popular areas for hut-to-hut trips...

FORBES – Why An All-Inclusive Ski Trip Might Be Your Best Winter Vacation

Ski vacations can be awesome trips, and are perfect for many types of travelers, including couples, families or friends. But they can also be expensive and full of sticker shock and unpleasant surprises, from outrageous après cocktails and mediocre but overpriced on-mountain lunches to sky high equipment rentals and lessons.
But it does not have to be that way. By Larry Olmsted

FORBES – 5 Best Ski Trips For A Unique Vacation This Winter

I recently wrote here at Forbes about why Italy’s Dolomites is the best ski destination in the world for this winter for just about anyone, and I’m putting my money where my mouth is - I bought plane tickets two days ago. But it’s even better if you are a fan of ski racing. By Larry Olmsted

MEN'S JOURNAL – Trail Running in the Dolomites Will Restore Your Sense of Wonder

The most common question I get about the Dolomites isn’t about the place itself—it’s why didn’t we choose a more established destination in the Alps like Chamonix, Zermatt, or Innsbruck? While I try to not be dismissive, within the question lies the answer. The Dolomites are a couple decades behind these other places in terms of marketing buzz and raw numbers of tourists. And that’s the best part.

FORBES – Travel 2022: 10 Best Trips For Next Year And Your Post-COVID Vacations

Many expert travel agents and advisors I’ve talked to have told me about a discernible shift in attitudes among their clients, who are re-prioritizing their travel lists, and moving “someday” to “as soon as possible.” If all goes well (fingers crossed!) 2022 is going to be a big year for dream trips.

OUTSIDE – Where to Travel Next: The Best Trips to Take in 2022

Our experts sought out epic adventures in every landscape, from new desert outposts to off-the-grid wellness retreats, with plenty of trails, beaches, and base camps to fill up your 2022 travel calendar. Be flexible, plan smart, and let these 30 escapes inspire you. PLUS: Come with us! Travel with Outside editors to Alaska, Patagonia, Mount Everest Base Camp, the Dolomites and the French Alps.

FORBES – World’s Best Skiing: Your Perfect Ultimate Ski Trip For This Winter

I’ve been to [Italy’s Dolomite Mountains] twice in recent years, summer and winter, and am increasingly becoming convinced that it is not only one of the world’s best ski destinations (and I’ve skied all over the world), but for Americans also one of the most overlooked. For many reasons it is worth a look. A long look. By Larry Olmsted.

FORBES – Post-Pandemic Active Travel - Your Best Hiking And Walking Vacations

Travel is making a comeback, with a lot more growth on the horizon. As people eager for a change of scenery start to plan their first vacations in a year or two, one of the hottest parts of the travel industry will be my favorite, active travel. By Allison Olmsted

FATHOM – Climbing and Drinking Our Way Through the Dolomites

A few years ago, we named the Dolomite Mountains in northern Italy one of the best places to travel in 2019. And while so much has changed in the last three years, the appeal of the Dolomites has not waned, especially for outdoor pursuits all year long. Contributing editor Jane Larkworthy reports on the action. By Jane Larkworthy

TRAVINDY – Sustainability in the mountains

Our duty to guarantee a right to future generations

THE FALL LINE – Backcountry Type 1 Touring

Mind-blowing mountains, incredible skiing and bags that miraculously move from one rifugio to the next. It’s the treat we all deserve... By Sophie Nicholson

TRAVEL + LEISURE – When My Body and Spirit Needed Repair, a Trip to the Italian Dolomites Healed Me

In the darkest of days, I bring myself back to that flower-filled valley in the sunshine and remind myself how it feels to be powerful, and to thrive. By Amiee White Beazley.

LUXLIFE MAGAZINE: Dolomite Mountains – Italy Best Adventure Tourism Company – Northern Italy

LUXlife Magazine Announces the Winners of the 2020 LUX Travel & Tourism Awards

THE NEW YORK TIMES – Hut Skiing in the Dolomites: Storybook Scenery and Grappa Included

The writer was looking for an alpine adventure. Then, she heard something wild — a “ski safari,” with multi-resort ski days and stays in family-run inns in the Italian Alps.

THE WASHINGTON POST – How a middle-aged beginning skier learned to take on black diamond runs

While hiking in the Italian Alps, I learned about a roving adventure that involved tackling chunks of the Dolomiti Superski (12 ski areas spread across more than 700 miles of slopes on one ski pass) and sleeping at different high-altitude inns, or rifugios, each night. A local company aptly called Dolomite Mountains organized these small-group “ski safaris,” making the moving around (they also transfer duffel bags to each inn) seamless.

NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC – Wild Beautiful Places

An exciting journey across Northern Italy's gems: Venice, Prosecco region and Dolomites

PRIVATE CLUBS – Trailblazing in Sardinia

Hike 30 miles of a wild and dramatic coastline