This 5 day Dolomites itinerary links together our favorite places in the Dolomites along with a few secret destinations.
Over the course of 5 days, you’ll see Seceda, Alpe di Siusi, Vallunga Valley, Passo Gardena, Armentara Meadows, Cortina d’Ampezzo, Tre Cime di Lavaredo, the Cadini di Misurina mountains, Lago di Braies, and Prato Piazza.
This is a perfect Dolomites trip for travelers. The walks and hikes featured in this route are easy-moderate, well-signed, easy-to-follow, and well-graded.
This 5 day Dolomites itinerary is also perfect for anyone traveling with children, or adult parents.
If you’re an experienced hiker, you can also follow this route. Our itinerary is littered with additional tips and alternative hikes just for you.
At the end of this guide, we’ve outlined ideas on how to extend this route to 6 days as well as how to shorten this route to 3 days, or 4 days.
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Dolomites Itinerary: 5 Days
5 Day Dolomites Route Summary
- Day 1: Drive to Val Gardena, Vallunga Valley
- Day 2: Seceda, Baita Seurasas
- Day 3: Alpe di Siusi, Passo Gardena, Armentara Meadows, Cortina d’Ampezzo
- Day 4: Tre Cime di Lavaredo, Cadini di Misurina, Lago di Misurina, Lago d’Antorno
- Day 5: Lago di Landro, Lago di Dobbiaco, Lago di Braies, Prato Piazza
- 2 Nights in Val Gardena: Ortisei, Santa Cristina, or Selva
- 2 Nights in Cortina d’Ampezzo
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5 Day Dolomites Route Map
In the map above, each color signifies a different Dolomites region. Click the icons and trails to display further information about each destination and hike.
Day 1: Drive to Val Gardena, Walk Vallunga Valley
Drive to Val Gardena
You can start this 5 Dolomites itinerary from any nearby airport, or destination. Read How to Get to the Dolomites for info on the closest airports, train stations, and bus terminals.
Val Gardena (Gherdëina in Ladin, Gröden in German) is a valley in South Tyrol, which stretches between Valle Isarco (Eisacktal in German) and Sella Pass and Gardena Pass.
Wedged between the UNESCO World Heritage Site Puez-Odle Nature Park and the Sassolungo and Sella mountains, Val Gardena offers direct access to Seceda, Alpe di Siusi, and Vallunga Valley.
Here’s the approximate driving distances from nearby airports to Val Gardena:
- Bolzano Airport (BZO), Italy: 50 minutes
- Innsbruck Airport (INN), Austria: 1:30 hours
- Venice Marco Polo Airport (VCE), Italy: 3:15 hours
- Treviso Airport (TSF), Italy: 3:11 hours
- Verona Airport (VRN), Italy: 2:10 hours
- Milan Malpensa Airport (MXP), Italy: 4:20 hours
- Munich Airport (MUC), Germany: 3:35 hours
The best thing to do in Val Gardena on your arrival day is to walk Vallunga Valley. This will help you acclimate on your first day.
Vallunga (Langental in German, La Val in Ladin) is a side valley of Val Gardena, located in Puez-Odle Nature Park. Cradled by the sheer, towering walls of the Puez mountains, this narrow 4.5 km-long-valley is a sublime destination for leisurely walking.
If you walk the full valley out-and-back, you’ll need 2:35 hours. However, you can walk for however long you’d like (e.g. 30 minutes, 1 hour, etc…).
Vallunga Valley Parking
Drive to the Vallunga paid car park at the valley entrance in Selva. Exact Location: Google Maps
It costs 8 EUR/day or .50 EUR/30 minutes to park here.
You can only pay with EUR coins.
Vallunga Valley Walk Trail Details
Trailhead | Parcheggio Vallunga / Parkplatz Langental
Distance | 9.1 km out-and-back
Time Needed | 2:35 hours
Elevation Gain/Loss | 264 meters
Difficulty | Easy
Minimum Elevation | 1618 meters
Maximum Elevation | 1880 meters
Insider Tip | If you’re acclimated and have plenty of time, you can hike this interesting Val de Chedul – Vallunga Valley circuit trail.
Stay in Val Gardena
Stay 2 nights in Ortisei, Santa Cristina, or Selva di Val Gardena. You really can stay anywhere in the valley, because some destinations are closer to Ortisei, while others are closer to Santa Cristina and Selva. Read Best Val Gardena Hotels for an overview of the best accommodations in the valley.
Day 2: Seceda and Baita Seurasas
On day 2 of your Dolomites Itinerary, we recommend dedicating your morning and early afternoon to hiking around Seceda. After a mountainside lunch, return to Val Gardena. In the hours leading up to sunset, we suggest hiking up to Baita Seurasas.
Seceda is a mountain in the Odle/Geisler Group, which serves as a viewpoint for admiring (maybe “worshiping” is the better word) the jagged Odle/Geisler peaks.
It’s remarkably easy to get to Seceda. Simply head to Ortisei and take the Ortisei-Furnes-Seceda cableways up to the mountain station.
While the Seceda viewpoint is the main attraction, it’s also the starting point for a lovely circuit trail to Rifugio Firenze.
The path follows the Seceda ridge to the Pana Scharte saddle and then descends to the Pieralongia mountain pasture, marked by two spires, and further down to Rifugio Firenze (Regensburger Hütte in German), located beneath Mont de Stevia. From the hut, it’s a steady 461 meter ascent back to the Seceda cableway mountain station.
Read our Seceda to Rifugio Firenze hiking guide for a full trail description.
Seceda Trail Details
Starting Point | Seceda Cableway valley station | Google Maps
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
Insider Tip | If you want to skip the cableway, you can also hike to Seceda from the Cristauta – Praplan car park above Santa Cristina. Read our Monte Pic and Seceda trail guide. If you’re an experienced hiker looking for a challenging ascent route to Seceda, read our Resciesa to Seceda trail guide.
In the hours leading up to sunset, we recommend driving up to the Cristauta – Praplan Car Park above Santa Cristina to start the short walk up to Baita Seurasas (45 minutes one-way).
Baita Seurasas is a family-run alpine pasture hut (“Baita”), located at 2020 meters on the southern slopes of Monte Pic. The Seurasas alpine pasture has been farmed for more than two centuries. Historically, the hut offered shelter and food to shepherds and reapers.
We recommend walking up here for two reasons. Baita Seurasas serves delicious South Tyrolean food and the hut overlooks the Sassolungo and Sella mountain groups. This is a great place to experience Enrosadira, or alpenglow. Time your visit, so that you’re here 1 hour before sunset.
From the Cristauta – Praplan Car Park, you can either follow trail 41 (forest trail), or trail 20 (forest road) to reach the hut. Both paths lead to Baita Seurasas in 45 minutes.
For even better views, continue hiking up trail 20 to the Seurasas mountain pasture, studded with hay huts. Very energetic hikers can continue all the way to Monte Pic (2380 m).
Baita Seurasas is typically open from mid June until mid October between 9 am and 5 pm.
Baita Seurasas Trail Details
Trailhead | Cristauta – Praplan Car Park | Google Maps
Distance | 4.5 km out-and-back
Time Needed | 2 hours
Elevation Gain/Loss | 379 meters
Difficulty | Moderate
Minimum Elevation | 1751 meters
Maximum Elevation | 2129 meters
Tip | If you’re dying to see Val di Funes, skip the hike to Baita Seurasas and drive to Santa Maddalena in Val di Funes. Photograph the Chiesetta di San Giovanni in Ranui chapel and take a short walk to the Santa Maddalena Church viewpoint, located along the Santa Maddalena Panorama Trail.
Stay in Val Gardena
Day 3: Alpe di Siusi, Passo Gardena, Armentara Meadows, and Cortina d’Ampezzo
Alpe di Siusi Walk
Alpe di Siusi (Seiser Alm in German, Mont Sëuc in Ladin) is the largest mountain pasture in Europe. This vast, rolling meadowland stretches between the foot of the Sassolungo Group and the Sciliar Group, high above Val Gardena.
Of all the places in the Dolomites, Alpe di Siusi is probably the most confusing place to visit. The plateau is etched with numerous hiking and cycling trails as well as roads. So, when you get up here, it’s hard to know where to go, because there are so many options.
The good news is that we’ve crafted the perfect Alpe di Siusi circuit hike, which starts at the Ortisei-Alpe di Siusi gondola mountain station.
From Ortisei, take the Ortisei-Alpe di Siusi gondola up to Alpe di Siusi plateau.
Follow trail 9 to Malga Schgaguler. Continue on trail 9 all the way down to Saltria, a settlement located at the lowest point of Alpe di Siusi.
Ascend along the Steger Weg (trail 30) in the direction of Compaccio/Compatsch. Detour to Rauchhütte for lunch and then continue following trail 30 to the Steger-Dellai hotel. Follow 12A and later 6B east to Malga Sanon.
Complete the circuit to Malga Schgaguler and all the way back up to the Ortisei-Alpe di Siusi gondola mountain station.
Alpe di Siusi Plateau Circuit Trail Details
Starting Point | Ortisei-Alpe di Siusi gondola valley station | Google Maps
Trailhead | Ortisei-Alpe di Siusi gondola mountain station
Distance | 14.4 km circuit
Time Needed | 4:25 hours
Elevation Gain/Loss | 483 meters
Difficulty | Easy
Min. Elevation | 1675 meters
Max. Elevation | 2001 meters
Tip | If you want to watch the sunrise atop Alpe di Siusi, drive up to the P2 Compaccio/Compatsch car park (Google Maps), which costs 24 EUR/day. The road to Compaccio/Compatsch is closed to private traffic between 9 am and 5 pm. Though you can only drive up before 9 am, you can drive down at any time.
From the P2 car park, walk along the road (12 A / 6) to the Belvedere dell’Alpe di Siusi viewpoint (Google Maps) in the direction of Sporthotel Sonne. You can continue following the circuit trail as described, first down to Saltria and then up the Steger Weg (trail 30) back to Compaccio/Compatsch.
Learn More: Alpe di Siusi Meadows Circuit Hike
Drive over Passo Gardena into Alta Badia, the Dolomites region that surrounds Upper Val Badia.
Passo Gardena is a gorgeous mountain pass between the Cir Group and the Sella Group. Many scenic hikes begin at the Gardena Pass including Gran Cir (climbing helmet needed), Sass da Ciampac (moderately difficult), and Cima Pisciadù (difficult).
Continue the drive to the village of Badia in Val Badia.
If you skipped the Alpe di Siusi hike, or you’re keen on squeezing in one more hike today, we recommend walking across the Armentara Meadows, a gorgeous plateau beneath the Santa Croce rock face.
Thanks to the cableway ascent, this hike is completely downhill. Ascend with the La Crusc 1 and La Crusc 2 cableways to the pilgrimage church of Chiesa di Santa Croce/Heiligkreuz Church. From here, amble down to the Armentara Meadows and ultimately all the way down to Badia. This is a 3 hour hike.
Read our Armentara Meadows trail guide for more info.
Armentara Meadows Trail Details
Starting Point | La Crusc 1 Chairlift valley station | Google Maps
Trailhead | La Crusc Church (2045 m)
Distance | 9 km point-to-point
Time Needed | 3 hours
Elevation Gain | 70 meters
Elevation Loss | 800 meters
Stay in Cortina d’Ampezzo
It’s a 50 minute drive from Badia to Cortina d’Ampezzo. Drive to San Cassiano and then over Passo Valparola and Passo Falzarego. Continue the scenic drive all the way down to the Cortina d’Ampezzo basin.
Stay 2 nights in Cortina d’Ampezzo.
Budget | Hotel Meuble Oasi (budget)
Or, Stay in Alta Pusteria
If you’re having difficulty finding a place to stay in Cortina d’Ampezzo, you can also stay anywhere in Alta Pusteria (Upper Puster Valley).
Monguelfo/Welsberg | Hotel Christof (luxury)
Day 4: Tre Cime di Lavaredo, Cadini di Misurina Viewpoint, Lake Misurina, and Lake Antorno
Tre Cime di Lavaredo and Cadini di Misurina
Tre Cime di Lavaredo is always a top priority on every Dolomites travel itinerary.
The easiest way to see these three mammoth peaks is by driving the Rifugio Auronzo Toll Road up to the Rifugio Auronzo car park, located at the south foot of Tre Cime di Lavaredo.
Get an extra early start to avoid waiting in line at the toll gate.
Tre Cime di Lavaredo Circuit Trail Details
Trailhead | Rifugio Auronzo Car Park | Google Maps
Distance | 9.7 km circuit
Time Needed | 4 hours
Elevation Gain/Loss | 430 meters
Difficulty | Easy-Moderate
Minimum Elevation | 2170 meters
Maximum Elevation | 2451 meters
Tip | Fit hikers can approach Tre Cime di Lavaredo from Val Campo di Dentro. This quiet alternative is great for those that want to escape the crowds. Follow this Torre dei Scarperi Circuit Trail.
Lake Antorno and Lake Misurina
On the drive back to Cortina d’Ampezzo, stop and photograph Lake Antorno and Lake Misurina.
Stay in Cortina d’Ampezzo
Budget | Hotel Meuble Oasi (budget)
Day 5: Lago di Braies and Prato Piazza
On day 5 of your Dolomites trip, you can explore the immediate mountains surrounding Cortina d’Ampezzo. Standout hikes include the Croda da Lago Circuit Trail (moderately difficult), Tofana di Rozes Circuit Trail (moderately difficult – difficult), Lago di Sorapis Circuit Trail (moderately difficult), or Cinque Torri and Rifugio Nuvolau Circuit Trail (moderate).
Alternatively, you can visit Lago di Braies and Prato Piazza in the Fanes-Sennes-Braies Nature Park.
If you’re visiting in peak summer season, we recommend hiking the Croda da Lago trail, or the Tofana di Rozes trail.
If you’re visiting during shoulder season, consider visiting Lago di Braies and Prato Piazza.
Lago di Braies
Drive up Val di Landro (Höhlensteintal), the valley between the Braies/Prags Dolomites and the Sesto/Sexten Dolomites, to Val Pusteria (Pustertal).
There are two mountain lakes located just off the road: Lago di Landro (Dürrensee) and Lago di Dobbiaco (Toblacher See).
When you reach Val Pusteria, turn left. Drive west for 7 km (~6 minutes), and turn left again onto the Braies/Prags Valley Road. Continue driving to Lago di Braies. Park at the P2 Car Park (Google Maps) near the lake.
Between July 10th and September 10th, there are traffic regulations in Braies Valley. Either pre-book parking at Lago di Braies, or get to the lake before 9 am.
Another top attraction in Braies Valley is Prato Piazza (Plätzwiese), a high plateau cradled between Picco di Vallandro (Dürrenstein) and the Croda Rossa d’Ampezzo (Hohe Gaisl) massif.
Depending on when you arrive, you can either drive up to the plateau, or take a shuttle bus to the plateau. Find out what the current traffic regulations are on prags.bz.
You can walk to Monte Specie (easy), a panoramic summit overlooking the Sexten Dolomites. If you took the shuttle up to Prato Piazza from Ponticello, consider returning to Ponticello via the Gaisl High Trail (moderate).
Dolomites Itinerary Variations: 3 Days, 4 Days, and 6 Days
Dolomites Itinerary 3 Days
With only 2 nights in the Dolomites, stay both nights in Ortisei, Val Gardena.
Day 1: Alpe di Siusi, Stay in Ortisei
Day 2: Seceda, Val di Funes, Stay in Ortisei
Day 3: Passo Gardena, Sass da Ciampac hike, or Armentara Meadows walk
On day 1, take the Ortisei-Alpe di Siusi gondola up to the plateau. The gondola operating times change throughout the season (8:30 am until 5 pm – 6:30 pm)
If you can’t squeeze in the 4:30 hour Alpe di Siusi hike before the gondola stops operating, you can take the gondola up (purchase a one-way ticket) and follow this Alpe di Siusi-Monte Pana-Santa Cristina trail back down the valley. From Santa Cristina, take a bus back to Ortisei.
Use the Südtirolmobil journey planner to look up bus schedules.
Dolomites Itinerary 4 Days
With three nights in the Dolomites, we personally would only choose one base. But, you could stay 2 nights in Val Gardena and 1 night in Alta Pusteria, so that you can see Lago di Braies, Tre Cime di Lavaredo, and the Cadini Peaks.
Day 1: Arrive in Val Gardena, Vallunga Valley, Stay in Val Gardena
Day 2: Seceda, Baita Seurasas or Val di Funes, Stay in Val Gardena
Day 3: Alpe di Siusi or Armentara Meadows, Lago di Braies, Stay in Alta Pusteria
Day 4: Tre Cime di Lavaredo, Cadini di Misurina Viewpoint
Alta Pusteria Accommodations
Monguelfo/Welsberg | Hotel Christof (luxury)
Dolomites Itinerary 6 Days
If you want to extend your Dolomites trip by one day, add an additional night in Val Gardena.
Extending this Dolomites Itinerary
If you’re thinking about extending your stay, simply add 1-2 nights in Val Gardena and 1-2 nights in Cortina d’Ampezzo.
Dolomites Trip Accommodations
Stay 2 Nights in Val Gardena
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.
Midrange | 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.
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 | La Cort My Dollhouse – Adults Only is perched high above Ortisei and offers 26 stylish rooms, a rooftop spa and pool, and sweeping views of the valley.
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!
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 Choice – Luxury | Dorfhotel Beludei is a 4-star-superior hotel set in a quiet location above the village church. With its fairytale chalet design, innovative cuisine (half board only), Ladin hospitality, and light-filled suites, this boutique hotel is the perfect choice for a relaxing and comfortable stay in Val Gardena. Guests are treated like friends and family. Welcome extras include free garage parking, complimentary guided hiking tours (for hotel guests only), an afternoon snack, and a lovely spa (steam sauna, Finnish sauna, relaxation room, whirlpool, indoor pool, and tea bar). Learn more in our Dorfhotel Beludei Hotel Review.
Selva di Val Gardena
Budget | Hotel Garni Morene is a clean and comfortable family-run guesthouse, set in an idyllic location outside the town center of Selva. Stay here for the unbeatable price, mountain views, and hospitality. Breakfast included.
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.
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 Tyrol is a traditional alpine hotel centrally located in Selva. The hotel’s restaurant offers creative interpretations of Ladin tradition with a Tuscan twist. Stay here for the cozy ambience, the wellness area (saunas, indoor and outdoor heated pool, indoor and outdoor whirlpool, salt cave with chromotherapy), and comfortable rooms. Outdoor parking is free and garage parking is an extra charge.
More options: Garni Hotel Bel Vert (budget), Boutique Hotel Nives – Luxury & Design (luxury) Hotel Sun Valley (luxury), Savoy Dolomites Luxury & Spa Hotel (luxury), Hotel Granbaita Dolomites (5 star luxury)
Stay 2 Nights in Cortina d’Ampezzo
Budget | Hotel Meuble Oasi is a guesthouse set in the town center of Cortina d’Ampezzo, walking distance to the pedestrian zone and bus station. Book this 2-star hotel for the unbeatable price, location, spotless rooms, and on-site parking.
Midrange | Baita Fraina is a charming B&B with six rooms with balconies, 3km from Cortina’s town center (5 minute drive). This guesthouse is also home to a Michelin recommended à la carte restaurant, which serves regional cuisine. Stay here for the mountain views, the affordability, and the food.
Midrange | Hotel Villa Alpina is a centrally-located 3-star-superior hotel housed in a historic villa. Rooms are comfortable and feature parquet floors and alpine furnishings. The room rate includes breakfast and outdoor parking.
Midrange | Ambra Cortina Luxury&Fashion Hotel is a lovely boutique hotel with 24 thematic rooms and a bar in the very center of Cortina. Guests are treated to free on-site parking and an excellent breakfast.
Top Choice – Luxury | Camina Suite & Spa is a 4-star boutique hotel, 1 km north of Cortina’ town center. This intimate hotel with 12 rooms offers alpine-style suites with comfy beds and ample closet space. Rooms are equipped with nespresso machines, air-conditioning, and soundproofing. We loved the high-quality breakfast and complimentary spa (3 saunas, relaxation zone, and showers). Read our Camina Suite & Spa hotel review.
Top Choice – Luxury | HOTEL de LËN is a fresh-faced luxury hotel in Cortina d’Ampezzo’s town center. Interiors blend natural and sustainable materials with fine furnishings to create a relaxing, yet refined atmosphere. The hotel restaurant showcases local Ampezzo flavors in unique and exciting ways. We loved the charming, enthusiastic staff, the rooftop spa (1 complimentary hour), and communal areas (living room, cocktail bar, and restaurant). Breakfast is included in the room rate. Parking is off-site and an extra charge. Read our Hotel de Len review.
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Dolomites Trip Planning Essentials
Use our Dolomites Travel Guide to plan an unforgettable trip to Northern Italy.
When to Hike in the Dolomites
The best time to hike in the Dolomites is between mid-June and mid-September. If the weather is stable, the hiking season can extend until late October.
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:
- Where to Stay in the Dolomites in Summer: best villages and towns in South Tyrol, Trentino and Belluno
- Best Hotels in the Dolomites: best boutique and luxury hotels in the Dolomites
- Dolomites Accommodation Guide: farm stays, mountain huts, wellness hotels, aparthotels
- Best Val Gardena Hotels: best accommodations in Ortisei, Santa Cristina, and Selva di Val Gardena
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, and Lago di Sorapis.
Dolomites Packing List
- Day Pack: Osprey Tempest 30 Women’s Backpack / Osprey Talon 33 Men’s Backpack
- Grade B/C high-cut hiking boots: Meindl Schuhe Island Lady (Kati’s Boots), Women’s Hanwag Tatra II GTX (Sabrina’s Boots), Men’s Hanwag Tatra II GTX (men’s equivalent)
- CAT 4 Sunglasses: Julbo Shield Mountain Sunglasses
- Hiking Poles: Black Diamond Trail Trekking Poles
Outdoor Photography Gear
- Camera Body: Sony Alpha a6400
- Mid-range Zoom Lens: Tamron 17-70mm 2.8 Di III-A VC RXD
- Wide angle Zoom Lens: Sony – E 10-18mm F4 OSS Wide-angle Zoom Lens
- Backpack Camera Clip: Peak Design Camera Clip
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 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.
For region-specific hiking trails, check out:
- Best Hikes in Val Gardena
- Best Hikes in Cortina d’Ampezzo
- Best Hikes in Alta Badia
- Sexten Dolomites Hiking Guide
- Puez-Odle Nature Park
Recommended Hiking Guidebook: Cicerone Guide: Shorter Walks in the Dolomites