Val Gardena (Grödnertal) is a valley in South Tyrol in the Italian Dolomites, stretching from Gardena Pass (Passo Gardena / Grödnerjoch) and Sella Pass (Passo Sella) to Valle Isarco (Eisacktal). 

From Val Gardena, you can easily access Puez-Odle Nature Park, the Sassolungo Group, the Sella Group, Resciesa Plateau, and the Alpe di Siusi meadows.

With so many beloved hiking destinations at your doorstep, you can see why hiking in the Val Gardena mountains is like hiking in heaven. And, because Val Gardena is an established ski region, a network of cableways and gondolas makes hiking here even more accessible. 

An added bonus of staying and hiking in Val Gardena is the free transit system for overnight guests. If you’re traveling in the Dolomites without a car, Val Gardena is a perfect place to base yourself for a few days.


10 Best Hiking Trails in Val Gardena

Val Gardena Hiking, Dolomites

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Val Gardena Hiking Map

Val Gardena encompasses the towns Ortisei, Selva di Val Gardena, and Santa Cristina. Because this is a German-, Ladin-, and Italian-speaking region, each town, nature park, mountain hut, etc… has three names. So, Ortisei is also called St. Ulrich and Urtijëi. Selva di Val Gardena is also called Wolkenstein and Sëlva. 

Recommended Trail Map: Tappeiner Val Gardena hiking map


Best Day Hikes in Val Gardena


1. Seceda Ridgeline to Rifugio Firenze (Regensburger Hütte)

Seceda Ridge Hike, Val Gardena, Dolomites

The Seceda ridgeline is one of the most iconic places in the Dolomites. You’ve seen the photo a million times. And, yet it’s even more spectacular in person. 

This Val Gardena hike begins at the Seceda mountain station, which is accessible by aerial cableways from the village of Ortisei.

From the Seceda summit, you’ll approach the dagger-like Odle peaks along a level path.

The hike continues to the Pierlongia mountain pasture, marked by two twin spires. With views of Monte Stevia, the trail descends to Rifugio Firenze, which is a great place for lunch.

From this mountain hut, you’ll circuit back to the Seceda mountain station.

Trailhead | Seceda cableway mountain station

Distance | 8.9 km circuit

Time Needed | 3:00 – 3:30 hours

Elevation Gain/Loss | 575 meters

Difficulty | Easy – Moderate

Learn More: Seceda to Rifugio Firenze Circuit Hike


2. Resciesa to Rifugio Brogles and Seceda Ridgeline

Forcella de Mesdi, Dolomites

Did you know that the Seceda ridgeline can be approached in an entirely different way? This exciting Val Gardena hiking route starts in Ortisei with a funicular ascent to the Resciesa plateau

The trail crosses the Resciesa plateau and descends to Malga Brogles, a mountain pasture hut dramatically set beneath the Odle Peaks in Val di Funes.

From the hut, the trail continues along the Adolf Munkel Trail and then crosses the Odle group via Furcela De Mesdi/Mittagsscharte (trail 29). This is a very rugged and steep path, characterized by deep scree and rocks.

From the narrow saddle, the path drops down to a meadow and leads to Pieralongia mountain pasture and up to the Seceda ridge.

From the Seceda ridge, you can descend to Ortisei via the Seceda-Funes-Ortisei cableways, or continue hiking to Col Raiser gondola mountain station and descend to Selva and Santa Cristina. 

Starting Point | Resciesa Funicular mountain station

Ending Point | Seceda Cableway mountain station

Distance | 14.4 km point-to-point

Time Needed | 6:15 hours

Elevation Gain | 1087 meters

Elevation Loss | 737 meters

Difficulty | Difficult

Learn More: Hiking from Resciesa to Seceda


3. Col dala Pieres

Puez-Odle Nature Park, Dolomites

It’s impossible to choose a favorite Val Gardena hiking trail. But, if we really had to, it would be this hike to Col dala Pieres. 

From the Col Raiser mountain station, hike to Rifugio Firenze/Regensburger Hütte.

From the Firenze hut, locate trail 17B and then tackle the challenging ascent to Forcella Piza (2489 m), the saddle between Muntejela and Mont De Stevia.

Atop the Stevia plateau, the path continues left to the Col dala Pieres summit.

Before starting the ascent, we recommend detouring right to Rifugio Stevia, for hearty South Tyrolean food and equally sumptuous views of the Sassolungo, Sella, and Cir Groups.

The ascent to Col dala Pieres is straightforward, but the descent to Forcella Forces de Sieles is more technical, requiring both a head for heights and comfort with light exposure.

As you emerge from the Forces de Sieles gully, the views of Odle/Geisler peaks are extremely impressive from this angle.

Trailhead | Col Raiser gondola mountain station

Distance | 13.7 km lollipop-circuit

Time Needed | 6 hours

Elevation Gain/Loss | 1220 meters

Difficulty | Difficult

Learn More: Col dala Pieres Day Hike


4. Piz Duleda 

Piz Duleda Peak Hike, Dolomites

Piz Duleda (2909 m) is a peak in the Odle Group and an adventurous hiking destination in Val Gardena.

This summit hike starts at the Col Raiser Gondola mountain station.

The trail leads up the lonesome Val dla Roa valley to Furcela Dla Roa/Roa Scharte saddle and climbs up the Sentiero Attrezzato Piz Duledes (protected trail / Grade A) to Furcela Nives saddle. 

From Furcela Nives, it’s a straightforward ascent to Piz Duleda. 

The trail continues, along crumbling rock towers, to Furcela Forces de Sieles (merging with the Col dala Pieres descending path) and drops down the scree-filled Forces de Sieles gully. 

With views of the sawtoothed Odle peaks, the path eases and returns to Rifugio Firenze. 

Trailhead | Col Raiser Gondola Mountain Station

Distance | 12.4 km lollipop-circuit 

Time Needed | 5 hours

Elevation Gain/Loss | 980 meters

Difficulty | Difficult

Learn More: Piz Duleda Trail Guide


5. Vallunga and Val de Chedul 

Val de Chedul hiking trail, Val Gardena, Dolomites

Val de Chedul and Vallunga are two valleys in Puez-Odle Nature Park, both accessible from the Vallunga car park in Selva di Val Gardena.

Vallunga is a great place for hiking all-year-long. A wide, easy path leads through the valley, between sheer mountain walls. If you’re visiting Val Gardena with children, you can hike this valley out-and-back. 

Val de Chedul is the “wilder” of the two valleys, as it’s far steeper and more rugged. 

To experience both of these valleys, we suggest ascending the quiet Val de Chedul to Puez-Odle Altopiano. 

Cross the plateau to Rifugio Puez and then descend to Vallunga and walk the full length of the valley back to the starting point. 

Trailhead | Parcheggio Vallunga Car Park 

Distance | 16.1 km circuit

Time Needed | 6 hours

Elevation Gain/Loss | 1061 Meters

Difficulty | Moderate – Moderately-Difficult

Learn More: Vallunga and Val de Chedul Circuit Hike


6. Sassolungo Circuit Trail 

Sassolungo Circuit Trail, Val Gardena, Dolomites

The Sassolungo (Langkofel in German, Saslonch in Ladin) Group is a compact mountain group situated between the Sella Group and the Catinaccio/Rosengarten Group. 

A long circuit trail loops around the whole group, starting at Passo Sella, the mountain pass that connects Val Gardena with Val di Fassa. 

Hiking clockwise, you’ll initially follow the Friedrich August Weg (trail 557) to the Rifugio Friedrich August hut, Rifugio Sandro Pertini Hut, and onwards to Rifugio Sass Piatto.

Along this undulating stretch, you’ll see Marmolada, the highest mountain in the Dolomites, Val di Fassa, and the Catinaccio mountains. 

From the refuge at the base of Sasso Piatto, the circuit continues north on trail 527, with an outlook over Alpe di Siusi. 

Following the northern slopes of the Sassolungo Group, the trail crosses meadows and pockets of forest. 

There’s an opportunity to detour to Rifugio Vicenza/Langkofel Hütte, before continuing on trail 526.

Trail 526 divides: 526 (lower trail) and 526A (upper trail – more rugged). You can take either trail, as they merge at Rifugio Comici. 

The final stretch to Passo Sella traverses the enchanting landscape of Citta dei Sassi/Steinerne Stadt, which means City of Stone. 

If you’re an experienced via ferrata climber, also check out the Via Ferrata Oskar Schuster, which also starts at Passo Sella. 

Trailhead | Passo Sella 

Distance | 17.7 km circuit

Time Needed | 6:15 hours

Elevation Gain/Loss | 853 meters

Difficulty | Moderate

Learn More: Sassolungo Circuit Trail


7. Lake Pisciadù and Pisciadù Peak

Hiking up to Cima Pisciadù peak, Sella Group, Italian Dolomites

Cima Pisciadù (2985) is a peak in the Sella Group.

The hike to Cima Pisciadù begins at Passo Gardena/Grödner Joch, the mountain pass that connects Val Badia with Val Gardena. 

From the Gardena Pass, you’ll follow a delightful balcony trail to Val Setus, a steep sloping valley defined by crumbling rocks and scree. The ascent up Val Setus to Lake Pisciadù is steep and partially secured. No special equipment is needed.

From Lake Pisciadù, you can extend your hike to the Cima Pisciadù summit, which is very demanding.

From the lake, the trail continues to Val de Mezdi, where it steeply descends towards Val Badia.

You can circle back to Passo Gardena, or hike all the way down to Colfosco, or Corvara.

This is a strenuous hike for experienced alpine hikers. 

Starting Point | Passo Gardena

Ending Point | Corvara

Distance | 12.1 km point-to-point (a circuit is also possible)

Time Needed | 6-7 hours

Elevation Gain | 980 meters

Elevation Loss | 1570 meters

Difficulty | Demanding

Learn More: Lake Pisciadù Day Hike


8. Monte Pic

Monte Pic Summit, Val Gardena Hikes, Dolomites

Monte Pic/Pitschberg (2363 m) is a panoramic mountain that rises above Santa Cristina and Ortisei. From its summit, the views of the surrounding mountains are sensational.

The fastest ascent route to Monte Pic is via the Baita Sëurasas alpine pastures. However, we decided to combine Monte Pic with the Seceda ridgeline, opting for a longer circuit route.

Starting at the Cristauta/Praplan Parking Lot, follow trail 4 to Baita Gamsblut and then steadily hike up the Seceda meadows. You’ll pass Rifugio Fermeda, Baita Daniel, Mastlé, and Baita Sofie, on your way to the Seceda lookout point.

From Seceda, follow the ridge to Forcella Pana/Panascharte and then descend to Baita Troier. Continue the easy path to Cuca saddle.

From here, you’ll start ascending to Monte Pic (40 minutes). When you reach the summit, you’ll be amazed by the views of Sella and Sassolungo. You’ll even be able to spot Cima della Vezzana, the highest mountain in the Pala Group.

To complete the circuit, hike down the Monte Pic ridge to the serene Baita Sëurasas alpine pasture hut and then through the forest to the car park.

Trailhead | Cristauta/Praplan Parking Lot above Santa Cristina

Distance | 13.9 km circuit

Time Needed | 6 hours

Elevation Gain/Loss | 1064 meters

Difficulty | Moderate

Learn More: Monte Pic Trail Guide


9. Alpe di Siusi Meadows Circuit Trail

Alpe di Siusi Seiser Alm meadows walk, Dolomites

This enchanting Alpe di Siusi (Seiser Alm in German, Mont Sëuc in Ladin) half-day hike begins with the Ortisei-Alpe di Siusi gondola ascent from the village of Ortisei to the Alpe di Siusi plateau.

From the Ortisei-Alpe di Siusi gondola mountain station, follow trail 9 to Schgaguler Schwaige and all the way down to Saltria, a small settlement on the plateau.

Next, ascend the Hans and Paula Steger Trail (trail 30) in the direction of Compaccio/Compatsch, detouring to Gostner Schwaige and Rauchhütte along the way.

This lovely Alpe di Siusi circuit trail stays on the plateau the whole time. If you want to hike down to Val Gardena, check out the Alpe di Siusi-Monte Pana trail.

Trailhead | Ortisei-Alpe di Siusi Ropeway (aka Mont Sëuc gondola) mountain station

Distance | 14.4 km circuit

Time Needed | 4:25 hours

Elevation Gain/Loss | 483 meters

Difficulty | Easy

Learn More: Alpe di Siuis Meadows Circuit Trail


10. Sass da Ciampac

Sass da Ciampac hike, Alta Badia, Dolomites

Sass da Ciampac (2666 m) is the highest peak in the Cir Group, which is part of the Puez mountain range.

The hike to Sass da Ciampac is a moderate one, beginning at Passo Gardena.

Along the way to Sass da Ciampac, you’ll cross the Cir Peaks, drop into Val de Chedul valley, and make a counter-ascent to Forcella de Crespeina, the gateway to the Crespëina High Plateau.

The ascent to Sass da Ciampac is straightforward and rewards you with wonderful views of Val Badia, the Sella Group, and the Puez Peaks. The descent to Crespëina plateau and Lake Crespëina is more difficult, because of the scree and slippery terrain.

Start early and detour to Rifugio Puez for lunch.

Trailhead | Passo Gardena

Distance | 14.7 km lollipop-circuit

Time Needed | 6 hours

Elevation Gain/Loss | 931 meters

Difficulty | Moderate


More Hikes around Val Gardena


When to Hike in Val Gardena, Dolomites

Seceda, Val Gardena Hiking
Seceda in October

June – October.

Fortunately, Val Gardena’s summer season is very long. Many restaurants, cableways, and mountain huts open at the end of May and stay open until late October.

If you want to take advantage of the valley’s many gondolas and cableways, we recommend visiting Val Gardena before mid-October. 

However, late October is a quiet and colorful time to visit Val Gardena, if you’re willing to put in the extra work (longer ascents and descents without the cableways). 

We think autumn is the best time to visit Val Gardena. Read next:


Where to Stay in Val Gardena

Hotel Rodella - Best accommodation in Val Gardena, Dolomites, Italy

You can stay in Ortisei, Selva, or Santa Cristina.

Val Gardena accommodations, which are members of the Val Gardena Tourist Association, give their guests free 7-day Val Gardena Mobil Cards. These cards give you free transit on regional buses across South Tyrol, which makes it easy to hop around the valley to different trailheads and also head to Alta Badia and even Bolzano.

We’ve stayed in all three towns. Ortisei is the largest village, with the highest concentration of hotels and restaurants. Ortisei is an ideal destination, if you’re traveling without a car. If you’re traveling with a car, I’d opt for Santa Cristina or Selva. These villages position you closer to lesser-known trails, Passo Gardena and Passo Sella.

Learn More: Best Hotels in Val Gardena


Santa Cristina

Dorfhotel Beludei, Dolomites, italy
Dorfhotel Beludei

Budget | Garni Le Chalet is a traditional guesthouse in Santa Cristina. Stay here for the cozy atmosphere and affordable room rate. Breakfast is included.

Budget | Smart Hotel Saslong is a no-frills hotel in Santa Cristina featuring modern, minimalist interiors decorated in local wood. Guests have access to a self-service bar, free parking (indoor and outdoor), and on-site restaurant serving local cuisine. This is a perfect place to stay if you’re traveling with friends. Book breakfast!

Budget | Garni Le Chalet is a traditional guesthouse in Santa Cristina. Stay here for the cozy atmosphere and affordable room rate. Breakfast is included.

Budget | Hotel Garni Ruscel is a great-value bed and breakfast in Santa Cristina. 4 nights minimum stay in high season.

Budget | Bed & Breakfast Kaserer is a charming B&B with clean, traditional rooms and excellent hospitality. 3 nights minimum stay.

Midrange | Charme Hotel Uridl is a family-run hotel set in a mountain chalet dating back to the 17th century. Stay here for the cozy and quaint atmosphere and delicious breakfast buffets and dinners.

Top ChoiceLuxury | Dorfhotel Beludei is a boutique hotel with 24 rooms, set in a quiet location in Santa Cristina. With inspiring mountain views, spacious alpine-style rooms, hiking trails right on the doorstep, and a chef that puts creative riffs on regional cuisine, this darling hotel is quite the Dolomites dream.

Breakfast, an afternoon snack, and dinner are all included in the rate. An added bonus of staying here is the complimentary spa (Finnish sauna, steam bath, indoor swimming pool, relaxation area, outdoor whirlpool), garage parking, and guided hiking tours for Dorfhotel Beludei guests only. Learn more about this gem in our Dorfhotel Beludei hotel review.

Look for accommodation in Santa Cristina.


Selva di Val Gardena

Hotel Rodella, Selva di Val Gardena, Dolomites
Hotel Rodella 

Budget | Family-run Hotel Garni Morene is a clean and comfortable guesthouse, set in an idyllic location outside the town center of Selva. Stay here for the unbeatable price, mountain views, and hospitality. Breakfast included. 

Top Choice Budget | Garni Sunela B&B is an immaculate bed and breakfast with spacious rooms, a spa, bar, parking garage, and a phenomenal breakfast, including fresh eggs from the resident chickens. Check-in is only until 7 pm.

Midrange-Luxury | Hotel Freina is a welcoming family-run hotel in Selva with an excellent on-site restaurant (serving vegan, vegetarian, gluten-free options), wonderful spa, and free garage parking.

Top Choice Luxury | Linder Cycling Hotel stands out with its bold architecture, stylish urban accents, and laid-back atmosphere. Beyond the captivating design, Linder Cycling Hotel boasts excellent facilities, including a rooftop terrace, indoor pool, bar and the à la carte Luis Eatery restaurant. 

Luxury | Hotel Sun Valley is a 4-star hotel with a feel-good atmosphere, nice rooms, friendly management and staff, and a great restaurant (half board available). The spa comprises an indoor pool, whirlpool, Tyrolean parlor sauna, Brechel bath with fresh pine branches, and a steam bath, and relaxation areas.

Top Choice Luxury | Boutique Hotel Nives – Luxury & Design is a small 4-star-superior hotel in Selva with two restaurants, a spa (saunas and outdoor whirlpool), and an indoor pool. The 13 rooms of family-run Hotel Nives are equipped with Nespresso coffee machines, tea kettles, bathrobes and slippers. Extra perks: free garage parking, free winter ski shuttle, and bike storage. The à la carte Restaurant Nives is open all-year-long, while the Hotel Restaurant Stevia is only open in winter.

Luxury |  Hotel Rodella  occupies an idyllic location on a hill overlooking Selva di Val Gardena and surrounded by meadows. The hotel’s elevation affords unbeatable views of Val Gardena and the surrounding mountains. We experienced some of the most bewilderingly beautiful sunsets during our stay here. Hotel Rodella is also a convenient 10-minute walk to the Col Raiser Gondola valleys station, which makes Puez-Odle Nature Park destinations like Rifugio Firenze, Seceda, Col dala Pieres extremely accessible. Rooms are bright and comfortable. And, the newly-renovated wellness area is stunning.

5-star Luxury | Hotel Granbaita Dolomites is an ode to alpine elegance. This stately hotel pampers guests with its lavish rooms, extensive spa area (7 saunas, indoor-outdoor pool, fitness room, spa), and decadent tasting menus. Book half board.

Look for accommodation in Selva di Val Gardena.


Ortisei

Hotel Angelo Engel, Ortisei, Dolomites
Hotel Angelo Engel

Budget | B&B Lavi Ortisei val Gardena is a clean and comfortable bed and breakfast managed by a very friendly host. The B&B is situated outside of the town center, though within walking distance (~15 minutes). 

Top Choice Midrange | Casa al Sole is a newly renovated bed and breakfast in the center of Ortisei, only a short walk from the Seceda cableway and the Resciesa funicular. Highlights of staying here include the modern minimal interiors, comfortable bedrooms, warm hospitality, and delicious and plentiful breakfast. At Casa al Sole, Alexandra and Manuel host with great care and enthusiasm, and are always available to offer advice and help make dinner reservations.

Midrange | Chalet Hotel Hartmann is a charming adults-only hotel featuring tastefully furnished alpine interiors, a delicious breakfast buffet, a complimentary afternoon snack, and a spa area (bio-sauna, steam bath and solarium). This is an ideal accommodation for couples and anyone traveling without children. It’s a 20-minute walk to reach the town center.

Midrange-Luxury | Hotel Grones is a top-rated, family-run hotel which excels in its friendly atmosphere, excellent local and Mediterranean cuisine, traditional, yet lovely rooms. The hotel spa area comprises a swimming pool, hot tub, Finnish sauna, bio sauna, and steam bath. 

Top Choice Luxury | Hotel Gardena Grödnerhof is a 5-star hotel in the heart of Ortisei, home to the Michelin star Ann Stuben gourmet restaurant. This wellness hotel offers unparalleled spa facilities, flawless service, guided hikes and mountain bike tours, and a weekly fitness program. Guests are treated to a welcome cocktail, generous breakfast buffet, and afternoon cakes and snacks (3 – 5 pm). 

Luxury | Adler Spa Resort Dolomiti is a stunning property surrounded by private grounds, advantageously located in the pedestrian zone of Ortisei. This 5-star hotel offers outstanding service, first-rate spa complex, beautiful rooms, and an on-site restaurant (half board available). 3-7 nights minimum stay.

Luxury | The 4-star family-run Hotel Angelo Engel occupies the best possible location in Ortisei (St. Ulrich/Urtijëi). Situated directly in the town center, it’s only a short way to reach Plaza Sant’ Antone, the main transit hub in Ortisei. Hotel Angelo Engel is also within walking distance to the Resciesa funicular, Ortisei-Furnes-Seceda cableway, and the Ortisei-Alpe di Siusi gondola (Mont Sëuc Ropeway). If you’re traveling to the Dolomites without a car, this is where you need to stay.


Mountainside Hotels

These hotels are located along Strada Pinei, between Ortisei and Castelrotto. Their lofty locations afford spectacular views of Val Gardena. However, these hotels are a good 3.5 km outside the town center. So, only consider these accommodations if you’re traveling with a car. 

Top Choice Luxury | Perched high above Ortisei, the young, fun, and newly-renovated La Cort My Dollhouse – Adults Only hotel offers 26 stylish rooms, a rooftop spa and pool, and fabulous views. La Cort is a great choice for travelers who want more flexibility during their visit (no rigid eating times, etc..). Breakfast (7:30 am – 11 am) and Linnerl (4 pm – 7 pm) – are included in the rate. 

Luxury | The family-run Hotel Niblea sits proudly above Ortisei in its own beautiful oasis. Here you can experience a slice of heaven in the hotel’s new wellness area (panoramic sauna, steam bath, infinity pool), which overlooks Val Gardena. Stay here for the gourmet regional food (book half board!), the unparalleled hospitality, the gorgeous facilities, and the comfort. 

Look for accommodation in Ortisei.



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How to Get to the Dolomites

Read How to Get to the Dolomites to find out how to travel to the Dolomites from the closest airports, train stations, and bus terminals.

If you’re traveling without a car, also check out How to Visit the Dolomites Without a Car.


Car Rental

The easiest way to travel between hiking destinations in the Italian Dolomites is with your own car. Check out our Dolomites road trip itineraries for inspiration:

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Best Places to Stay

Figuring out where to stay in the Dolomites is probably the biggest hurdle to planning a trip to the Dolomites. We’ve created three guides to help you decide where to stay:

We suggest choosing 2-4 bases for your Dolomites trip and spending 2-4 nights in each base.


What to See & Do

During your trip to the Dolomites, you can go via ferrata climbing, culinary hiking, hut to hut hiking, cycling, paragliding, and so much more. We’ve highlighted our favorite experiences in Best Things to Do in the Dolomites.

Wherever you decide to stay, you’ll be surrounded by glorious mountain scenery and incredible natural landmarks.

In Best Places to Visit in the Dolomites, we’ve outlined the most iconic attractions as well as lesser-known destinations across the Dolomites, including Alpe di Siusi, Lago di Braies, Prato Piazza, Tre Cime di Lavaredo, Lago di Sorapis, Lago Federa, Baita Segantini, and Cadini di Misurina.


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Dolomites Hiking Guides

Hiking in the Dolomites is our passion. Year after year, we love discovering new trails and expanding our knowledge of the area. For day hiking, check out 25+ Best Day Hikes in the Dolomites. For trekking, take a look at our guide to Hut to Hut Hiking in the Dolomites and Alta Via 1.

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Recommended Hiking Guidebook: Cicerone Guide: Shorter Walks in the Dolomites