Beim Wandern rund um Alta Badia erwartet euch eine einzigartige Berglandschaft.
Hikes in Alta Badia
South Tyrol, Italy
The 10 most beautiful hikes in Alta Badia
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Relaxed hikes in the heart of the Dolomites
You want to enjoy the spectacular panorama of majestic peaks, but a too adventurous scramble makes you sweat? In Alta Badia, numerous hiking trails offer you a spectacular mountain panorama - and all without climbing. With the wide range of hiking tours, both adults and children will get their money's worth.
A hike of just under six kilometres takes you from San Cassiano to the Valparola Pass at an altitude of 2,168 m. Take a break on the way at the enchanting Valparola Alm, where iron ore was smelted and processed into pig iron from the 14th to the 16th century.
Mountain tour for experienced hikers: The Alta Badia high trail
Experienced mountain hikers will be thrilled by the Alta Badia high trail. The 80-kilometre multi-day tour is one of the more demanding hikes and takes you from hut to hut around the high valley. Besides picturesque villages like La Villa, the highest peak of the Sella massif (Piz Boè, 3,152 m above sea level) is on your route. You will also get to know the two nature parks Puez-Odle and Fanes-Sennes-Braies at close quarters.
You can also use only individual stages of the high-altitude trail for beautiful day tours.
Hiking with children in Alta Badia
The Dolomites in Alta Badia are a hiking area where not only adults get their money's worth. Many hiking trails are even suitable for off-road prams. Little hikers are sure to get excited about a tour to the Piscadiù waterfalls near Corvara.
Or how about a tour along the easily accessible hiking trails of the Pralongià plateau to the Col Alt? Here, young and old can enjoy the view over the Fanes group, the Puez group and the glacier of the Marmolata.
If your children are not enthusiastic about hiking, the region offers many alternatives. Whether you want to really let off steam or learn something about the Dolomites and Alta Badia - in the Hochabteital you have numerous possibilities, e.g.
- the Ladin Museum in San Cassiano
- a small zoo in Colfosco
- a guided hike with a ranger, e.g. on the Gardena Pass
- indoor bouldering in Corvara
- the SummerPark La Crusc
- four Movimënt parks
- the deer enclosure in Sompunt