Spend a week in the summer months exploring this justifiably popular region of the Dolomites. The region is busy, but our trek will explore the less well-trodden paths as well as taking in the famous sight of the Tre Cime themselves.
Eidelweiss and a wide array of other alpine flowers are abundant here. Discover WW1 tunnels, trenches, artefacts and the amazing history of this hauntingly beautiful corner of the Dolomites. Watch the sun set on the mountains that mountaineer Reinhold Messner described as “the most beautiful mountains in the world” as you sip a glass of Italian wine – this is trekking in style!
Our trip will start and end in our favourite friendly 3* hotel which is centrally located in the famous Italian ski resort town of Cortina d’Ampezzo (home of the 1956 Winter Olympics), and we will stay in quality mountain rifuges during the trek itself. Accessible by budget airlines via Venice, this is an unmissable trek exploring a very different section of the Dolomites than that covered by the Alta Via 1 or the Alta Via 2 treks
Watch our video about Trekking in the Italian Dolomites:
Self-guided or guided?
We offer this trip both guided and self-guided. Self-guided trips can be run for 1 person or more.
We are currently collecting names of people interested in a guided Tre Cime Dolomites trip in summmer 2016. Contact us if you are interested.
The trek can be run between 20 June – 20 September on dates to suit you.
Click on the links below for more information about the Tre Cime Italian Dolomites trek: