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You will be met at the Marco Polo International Airport to take you to your hotel and assist with check-in.

Host to the 1956 Winter Olympics, Cortina enjoys a reputation for great skiing in winter, and in the summer attracts hikers and mountain climbers who challenge the rocky faces of the nearby mountains. It is also a destination for the international society set, and offers many year-round social activities, shopping, and dining.

Meet your guide  in the afternoon for a trip briefing and orientation

You'll have the rest of the day and evening to explore the village


Hike Tre Cime di Lavaredo or Climb Via Ferrata Averau

Today you have your choice of hiking or of climbing a via ferrata.
Tre Cime di Lavaredo Hike
A superb hike to the soaring Tre Cime di      Lavaredo – probably the most famous landmark in all the Dolomites, and known across the world. You can have lunch in one of the rifugios in the area, tasting local specialties such as canederli (a Tyrolean dumpling) and goulash (a beef soup or stew). (4-6 Hours hiking.)
Via Ferrata Averau
A good confidence builder for beginners, this via ferrata is the historic training ground of generations of rock climbers. Your guide will be with you all the way to teach you the basics of traveling over the near vertical walls. The magnificent views of Monte Pelmo, Civetta, Antelao, Sorapis, and of the Tofane group to the north are outstanding on this route, and the Cinque Torri (Five Towers) sits just below the imposing bulk of Averau. (1.5 Hours ascending easy 75m / 246' via ferrata. Total ascent: 500m / 1,640'.)

DAY 4        CORVARA

After breakfast you will be met by your guide and transferred to your 5 star family run hotel in CORVARA located in the Alta Badia.

Located in a large valley surrounded all around by the gorgeous peaks of the Dolomites, Alta Badia is truly the “heart of the Dolomites.” Located in the South Tyrol (Südtirol), this area was part of Austria prior to the First World War. Here you’ll find unique mountain scenery with villages rich in natural beauties and ancient traditions, witness the simple everyday life of the local people (the “Ladini”), as well as the customs and traditions of the ancient Ladin culture.  You’ll notice signs are written in three languages – first in Ladino (a language comes from the Romansh language), then in German, and lastly in Italian. The mixed culture is very well marked not only in the language, but also in the architecture and cuisine.  You’re sure to enjoy hearty meals that are representative of the incredible diversity of this region!

We then transfer ten minutes to the charming mountain village of San Cassiano, from where we will take a gondola up to Piz Sorega (2,003m / 6,570'). From here we hike on a wide ridge trail with 360-degree views to our lunch spot at the Rifugio Bioch (2,088m / 6,850'). After lunch we’ll hike an hour down to our family run hotel in the town of Corvara (1,561m / 5,120'), located in the Alta Badia.

Enjoy dinner at the hotel’s Michelin Star restaurant

DAY 5        CORVARA

More challenging, but undoubtedly one of the most panoramic trips that the Dolomites has to offer in the beautiful Fanes-Sennes-Braies Natural Park. Ride to the top of the Col Locia massif where superb panoramas await you. We’ll then have excellent biking on the Altopiano di Fanes as we travel to a typical Ladino shepherd’s house for lunch.Descend on a gravel road to chic Cortina D’Ampezzo.

Afternoon transfer back to Corvara


Choice to experience the thrill of a via ferrata or hike and via ferrata combination on the Sella Massif up to the top of Piz Boe. Regardless of which option you choose, you'll delight in remarkable views of the Marmolada glacier, Dolomites’ highest peak.


Hike to the Santa Croce Sanctuary at the base of the Sasso della Croce (Stone of the Cross in English, Sass dla Crusc for the native Ladin-speaking population). The sober white church was consecrated in 1484 and holds an image of Christ bearing the cross, hence the name of the mountain—Sasso della Croce, “Stone of the Cross.”
Relax by the pool or treat yourself to a luxurious massage in the afternoon!


Short transfer to the beautiful town of Ortisei dominated by the Rasciesa peak.
Hike on rich pastures to its crest at 2,300 meters (7,545'). The stunning Odle group with pointed rock needles dominates this superb panoramic traverse. Afternoon to explore the Tyrolean towns of Val Gardena.

Today we'll take a  rewarding hike in Puez Odle Natural Park. Here you'll have another opportunity to spot the native chamois along the way. We’ll stop for lunch at a rifugio, where you can taste local specialties such as turtres (Ladino vegetable pastries), grilled vegetables, and homemade cakes.


Ascend a  via ferrata today, learning useful rope techniques and a range of additional skills for climbing and scrambling on different rock features.

Below is a list of the vie ferrate that may be ascended depending on the ability of participants and weather conditions.

- Via Ferrata Averau (Averau Massif
- Via Ferrata Col dei Bos (Col del Bos)

- Via Ferrata Lipella (Tofana di Rozes)
- Via Ferrata Tridentina (Sella Massif)

- Via Ferrata Piz da Lec (Sella Massif)