Non Guided Tour, suited for families with children, 6 DAYS, 5 NIGHTS


Trekking through the heart of the Dolomites, created by local alpine guides and the regional tourist board. You pass and cross the most famous mountains of the Dolomites: the Marmolada (highest of the Dolomites), the Rosengarten and the Sella Massiv. During 3 days can make use of a ‘panorama pass’ which provides 3 days free access to cable cars to reach or descent points of interest in the high mountains in a comfortable way. This trekking can be made without a guide, provided that you can read a map and are healthy and fit.

Trekking Val di Fassa

Upon arrival in Val di Fassa in the Dolomites you go to the village of Pozza di Fassa where you will be provided with a map of the trekking, the panorama pass and a card for free use of the regional bus. At the tourist board you have the opportunity ask questions and you will receive an elaborate paper description of the tour with suggestions for optimal use of your panorama pass, interesting sightseeing points along the trekking as well as alternative etappes.

Difficulty & Technical performance:starter
Altitude meters to cross (+): 300-500m daily (1 day with 666m+)
Highest point: 2.770 m
Daily hiking hours: 4-6

Program Trekking Dolomites

Day 1: from Pozza di Fassa with Cable Car: 393 m↑417m↓ Departure with Panorama pass to Buffaure (2060 m), chair-lift to Col de Valvacin, continue hiking along Sas de Adam, Sela Brunéch pass (2428 m) Sas de Roces, San Nicolò Pass, refuge Contrin (2016 m).
You will be provided with an ‘only hiking variant’ for the first day.
Day 2:
5-6 hr 492 m↑ 348 m↓
Rifugio Contrin (2016 m), trail 602, 602A (direction Alba), 605 (direction Fedaia pass) until Rifugio Marmolada E. Castiglioni (2054 m).  You can use your panorama pass to visit the Glaciers of the Marmolada mountain, the highest mountain of the Dolomites  !
Day 3:
6-7 hr 388 m↑ 249 m↓
Rifugio Marmolada E. Castiglioni, path 601 until the pordoi pass (2293 m). Use the panorama pass to visit the famous Sella Plateau with 360º free view on the most famous mountains groups of the Dolomites. Return to the Pordoi pass, path 627 until Pecol (1932 m), Canazei, Ischia a Campitello, cable car to Col Rodella, trail no. 557-4 “Friedrich August Weg”, Refuge Sandro Pertini (2298 m).
Day 4:
5/6 hr 666 m↑ 450 m↓
Refuge Sandro Pertini, trail  557-4, refuge ‘Sasso Piatto’, trail 4-594, Duron Pass, trail 532, Duron Valley, trail 555,  Ciaregole pass (2282 m), trail 580, Dona pass (2516 m), Antermoia refuge (2497 m).
Day 5: 
6-7 hr 373 m ↑ 821 m↓
Antermoia Refuge, trail  584, Antermoia Pass (2770 m),  the Principe pass (2597 m),  Refuge Vajolet until Refuge Gardeccia or Refuge Stella Alpina for overnight stay.
Day 6:
4-5 hr 282 m↑ 535 m↓
From refuge take trail 540, refuge Ciampedie, trail 545  (the sheep path), trail 541, refuge Roda di Vael, trail 548 to the Costalunga pass. You can the return to your car with your public transport pass (mobility pass) using the bus service ‘SAD’.


Prices 6 days, 5 nights € 394 per person
A discount applies if you are a member of a certified national alpine club.

5 Overnight stays in Refuges (bunk beds) with half board
Hiking map 1:40.000
Cotton sleeping bag
Panorama pass
Mobility Pass (public transport pass for regional bus).

Possible tourist tax
Hot Shower (where possible)

Do not forget:
Backpack, no more than 40 liters
Collapsible or retractable mountain hiking poles
Head lamp
Mineral salts (water available at mountain huts and sources along the draw)
Energy Bars
It is important to hike with a light backpack!

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