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JUST LUXE - Join the Bicycle Tourism Movement With a 7-Day Gourmet, Wine & Bike in Tour in Italy

For the past couple of years, Bicycle Tourism has seen a rise in popularity since its 1970s heydays.

BEST OF THE WORLD – Moving On Up in the Dolomites

WHEN WORLD WAR I broke out, Italy’s Dolomites became a treacherous front line for Austrian and Italian soldiers. Here among the jagged peaks and sheer pastel walls of this ancient range of the Alps, where many cultures had coexisted for centuries, soldiers on both sides built networks of bolted-down steel cables, called via ferrata (iron path), to move supplies quickly—and for other mis- sions, too.

ELEVATION - Wired for War

Invented by Italian soldiers to get around the mountains during the First World War, via ferrata is today a surprisingly accessible form of climbing that allows non-mountaineers to scale vertical faces.

ROMAR TRAVELER - Biking in the Dolomites

Biking in the Dolomites: Focusing on the foods and wines of three cultures


Bordered by Austria and Switzerland, the North Italian exudes style, high gastronomy and unforgettable tours


South American Agustina Lagos Marmol left her homeland to set up a winter ski and summer horse riding safari business in the Dolomites.

FINANCIAL TIMES - Trekking in the Mighty Dolomites

It was not quite what I expected on a first day’s walk in the Dolomite mountains. We had come through pine forests with an undergrowth of alpenrose and blueberries; mountain fritillaries and delicate small blue butterflies played across the path.

THE TELEGRAPH - Ski and Snowboard

Five star Ski Touring?

SNOW MAGAZINE - A Moveable Mountain Feast in the Dolomites Eating and Living La Dolce Vita

I am on “ski-fari”— a moveable mountain feast through the South Tyrol

ROBB REPORT - Ultimate Adventures: La Dolce Via

The Adventure: A 13-day via ferrata expedition through Italy’s Dolomites.


The Dolomites are the crown jewels of the Alps. Fairytale spires, twisted towers and sheer rock faces soar above emerald valleys. A collision of continental plates millions of years ago thrust the rock up and out of the sea and formed these spectacular mountains, whose highest peaks are nearly 11,000 feet.

THE HUFFINGTON POST - Ski Safari vs. Backcountry Ski Tour In the Dolomites

In the Dolomites, there is a relatively new ski experience known as the ski safari, and it's fast becoming the adventure of choice for Dolomite visitors from across the globe that come in search of diversity and uniqueness.

FINANCIAL TIMES - Ski touring in the Italian Dolomites

When it comes to travel, “luxury” is a subjective concept. For some it’s all about Frette sheets, seat 1A or mooring up on the waterfront in Cannes. For others it’s as simple as a lie-in, no flashing red light on the BlackBerry and a freshly-baked baguette from the boulangerie down the road.

MEN'S JOURNAL - Skiing the Alps, Italian-style

There's skiing the Alps, and then there's skiing the Italian Alps.

FINANCIAL TIMES - Horseriding in Patagonia

Caballadas in Argentina

THE INDEPENDENT - 2014 Holiday Diary: Light up your year of travel

It starts with fireworks, takes in Brazil, Wales and Ethiopia – and winds up with a spot of knitting. Let Kate Simon be your guide

PLANET CONFIDENTIAL.CO.UK - 8 Day Italian Tours to Mark the Start of the Great War

Tackle the legendary via ferrata in the Dolomites battlegrounds

TRAVELLER'S GUIDE - Skiing in Italy

You are spoilt for choice on the sunny side of the Alps, with vast high-altitude linked terrain in the north and the chance to ski in Sicily in the south, says Patrick Thorne.

FOOD AND WINE: Where to Eat and Drink in the Italian Alps

Intel from the Dolomite mountains of the Italian Alps, where foodies from around the world come to ski and skiers from around the world come to eat.

CHICAGO TRIBUNE TRAVEL: Serious Hiking in Italy

Hiking in Italy's Dolomites is a challenge.