High Ortler

Untouched wilderness, solitude, trails without 'traffic'

Hiking with comfort

Brenta Dolomites hike: comfortable lodging, alpine cuisine, light backpack

Prefer self-guided?

We take care of everything and organize it for you

Unforgettable sunsets
in the Dolomites

Self-Guided Hut-to-Hut Hiking trips

It's an exciting week-long trek across six ranges at the heart of the Dolomite Alps. The itinerary runs through mountain chains that have in many ways defined the Dolomites: the Monzoni, Marmolada, Sella, Sassolungo, Antermoia, and Rosengarten.
It is a week-long self-guided hike in the Dolomite Alps framing Cortina d'Ampezzo. These mountains are acclaimed as one of the most visually stunning and frequently visited regions of the Alps. This fascinating itinerary takes you to the famous Cinque Torri, Tre Cime and Lagazuoi.
Our Ortler trip lets you experience the snowy environment of the highest mountains in the Eastern Alps in combination abundant wildlife of isolated alpine valleys. You will hike through the Ortler group starting from the meadows of Ultental, pass on vast moraines and traverse some of the group’s highest passes.

Hiking destinations

The Dolomites is a unique geological region in the Alps and an exciting hiking area. Being the Europe’s oldest mountains, the Dolomites are formed with carbonate rock and are known for their fanciful shapes and a colourful glow at the sunset that attracts photographers from all over the world.
The high altitude region of Stelvio, Adamello and Ortler is home to Italy's largest national park, a vast oasis of wildlife in the middle of Europe. Its mountain ranges preserve spacious glaciers. Rapid mountain streams and waterfalls disturb the silence of its lower slopes where numerous lakes reflect the skyline dominated with white peaks.
Trekking in the Northern Garda region is a thrilling and contrasting experience. Encircled by mountains, Garda offers trails passing through rich mediterranean vegetation and leading to open high altitude areas with exceptional panoramas.