Walk the Dolomites offers the best planned hiking trips in the Italian Dolomites supported by Certified local Alpine Guides.
We only operate here as this is our home turf and we want to share the beauty of this varied and magnificent landscape with others.
We will take you to the same places our parents and grandparents took us exploring when we were young.
Franco, Walk the Dolomites team leader
Walk the Dolomites hiking tour are geared to satisfy the adventurous intermediate to the seasoned hiker. Walking experience is a must, as our hiking in the Dolomites include an average of six to eight hours on the trail every day.
Hiking in the Dolomites
Check out the wow! moments each day. Find a description of the hike along with a few extra bits of information.
When (summer fall 2017)
June 9-17, 2017
June 23-July 1, 2017
July 14-22, 2017
September 1-9, 2017
All accommodations are unique in their own kind, and are all family-owned and run. They include a hotel and SPA, a charming bed and breakfast, and high-altitude rifugi (traditional alpine huts).
Accompaniment on all hikes by a IFMGA/UIAGM certified alpine guide and a certified ESA (Suisse) hiking guide.
Breakfasts and dinners (alcoholic drinks not included)
€2840 price per person,double occupancy
Single room add + €350
Price includes all local taxes and does not include lunch packs, obligatory insurance coverage and wines and spirits.
How do I book?
Our Dolomites guided hikes are often busy, so consider booking or getting in touch early for informations. The booking procedure via PayPal is simple and secure: you can pay with your credit card or log in with your account. If you prefer any other type of payment please drop us a line through the contact us section.
We understand you may want to play a more pro-active role in constructing your adventure package. To this end Walk the Dolomites adventures offer custom guided tours which help you meet your expectations! Minimum group of 5 people required.
With all confidence we can say that we know the Dolomites, because this is our land, our food and our culture.
Learn more about our approach to eco-cultural tourism.
Questions? You may find an answer on our faq section!