In total there are about 1,413 hikes for you to discover within the region of Belluno. To get a first glimpse of what’s awaiting outdoor enthusiasts like you in Belluno, we created a short highlight list:
This itinerary starting from Rifugio Boz can be tackled clockwise or anticlockwise and mainly involves dirt roads and woodland paths. It offers contemplative silences in the Prealpine Ridge and breathtaking views over the peaks of Feltre.
This walk gives you the chance to admire splendid and colourful blooms, listen to the numerous birds, observe the herds of deer and contemplate the shades of colour from yellow to red that dye the Cansiglio Forest in autumn.
This route, which involves Castel Cesil and more generally Monte Palon and Monte Tomba, is a place not to be missed for the lovers of forts and fortifications of the Great War. The ridge trail will take you inside trenches, posts and tunnels that were made by the Italian troops.
This hike will make you discover some significant places in the Cansiglio Forest, known as the "Bosco da Reme" (literally Oars Wood) because of the long beech tree trunks from which the oars for the galleys of the Republic of Venice were made.
A walking trail suitable for the whole family to discover the magical places of the Cansiglio Forest. This largely shaded itinerary, suitable even for the less experienced, takes place mainly on dirt roads that cross mountain pastures and paths in the woods.
Percorso ad anello che raggiunge la cima del monte Talvena (da non confondere con l'omonima cima a Nord del gruppo dello Schiara) attraverso il segnavia CAI 512, scende a Nord fino ad incontrare il sentriero 510 che riporta in loc. Zoppa da dove si ritorna comodamente alla partenza.