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Dolomites Multi-Sport Trek

rich mountain culture, savory Italian food, and a diverse menu of adventure

The Dolomites are a feast of delights for trekkers and climbers alike. Geo­log­i­cal­ly, we trek the won­ders of a UNESCO world her­itage site. His­tor­i­cal­ly, we walk the lit­er­al paths and front lines of World War 1 — with lad­ders, cables, tun­nels right before our eyes. Cul­tur­al­ly, we dis­cov­er the hid­den par­adise of the south Tirol — a blend of Teu­ton­ic effi­cien­cy and north Ital­ian warmth. And the culi­nary jour­ney starts with Aus­tri­an steins of lager and apple strudel and fin­ish­es lake­side amongst Ital­ian vine­yards with local wine and fresh pas­ta. There is a rea­son the breath­tak­ing scenery, excel­lent moun­tain huts, com­fort­able trails, and sun­sets over unique land­scapes make this the gem of the Euro­pean Alps. It’s a jour­ney link­ing cul­tures, his­to­ries, and nature unlike any­where else on earth.

Price

  • Dolomites Mul­ti-Sport Trek

    $5,250 – 11 Days / Includes trav­el time

Dates

Policies

Itinerary

Flight Information

The total num­ber of days for your trip includes all trav­el to and from your des­ti­na­tion, with some excep­tions. Dates list­ed on the web­site start with a depar­ture date from the U.S. and include the day you arrive home. For this trip you will need to arrive at any num­ber of air­ports in Europe on Day 2 any­time dur­ing the day, and take a train to Sex­ten, Italy. If you are trav­el­ing from Europe it’s pos­si­ble you can elim­i­nate one day from the itin­er­ary as long as you arrive on Day 2 of the itin­er­ary. Return flight is sched­uled for Day 10 of the trip. 

Please con­tact our office for any help need­ed with your flight sched­ule.

Equipment

  • Dolomites Mul­ti-Sport Trek

    $5,250

    11 Days / Includes trav­el time

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Elevation

10,580 ft / 3225 m

Difficulty

Advanced Beginner

Trekking involves 4-5 hours of walking per day with an elevation gain of up to 1,000 feet / 305 meters. You should be in good physical shape and participating in 3-4, 1-hour minimum cardiovascular workouts per week before the trek. Participants are encouraged to walk several hours or more a week leading up to the trek.

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