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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

THE TRAVELLER - The Only Way Is Up

Italy's World Heritage-liste Dolomites are a heaven for foodies and hikers alike

THE GLOBE AND MAIL – Seduced by Sardinia

Most tourists visit only Sardinia's coastline, are they missing the essence of Sardinia?

TRAVEL WEEKLY – In any season, the Dolomites deliver

Now that winter is receding, is there any reason to send clients to the mountains?

LUXURY LONDON - The Experience: Dolomites Ski Safari

An exclusive Carrier experience, the Dolomites Ski Safari gives the change to ski on the striking UNESCO-protected Italian mountain range

OUTSIDE MAGAZINE - The 33 Best Trips in 2019

Whether you prefer haute or hut cuisine, the Dolomites in Italy’s South Tyrol have the best of both

ROBB REPORT – Badass Adventurers: Agustina Lagos Marmol is Italy's Mountain Maven

How this alpine chameleon runs her own company and still finds time to sip Champagne

FATHOM - The Top 15 Places to Travel in 2019

What's better than end-of-year lists? Beginning-of-year lists. So much potential. So much promise. So many blank days on the calendar. Draw a red line through a week or two and strategize your 2019 travel plans.

TOWN & COUNTRY MAGAZINE - Winter Travel Bucket List

One of the best ways to explore the Dolomites in winter is on a Dolomite Mountains Ski Safari

CYCLIST - Big Ride: Cyclist rides the Stelvio

It was on the Stelvio Pass, on its introduction to the world of pro cycling in the 1953 Giro d’Italia, that Italian ‘Champion of Champions’ Fausto Coppi made one of his most famous attacks.

MONEY WEEK - Saddle up for a cycling holiday

In the Dolomite mountains in Italy you can take a different kind of trip that uses the infrastructure that is there for skiing and hiking to create off-road itineraries that take cyclists deep into the high mountains, says Tom Allan in the Financial Times. Each night along the route ends at a different mountain hut or small hotel.