Trekking in the mountains of Alta Badia
Hiking is by far the most rewarding summer activity in the Dolomites. The possibilities, the trails and the itineraries are countless, but did you know that there are specific multi-day itineraries awaiting to take you to an unforgettable adventure and allowing you to discover the most precious secrets of the mountains around Camping Sass Dlacia?Discover hiking
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The Dolomites High Routes (Alte Vie delle Dolomiti) build a network of well organized multi-day itineraries spanning through 10 mountain groups, putting them among the greatest mountain hikes of the world.
The Alte Vie are hut-to-hut alpine trekking routes at high altitude, hiking along some of the most breathtaking, challenging trails available in this stunning mountain area.
Alta Via No. 1 is an epic hike through some of the most beautiful Nature Parks of the Alps, with rustic, remote mountain refuges awaiting along an 80-km -long route reaching up to 2.752 meters of altitude. This astoundingly rewarding hike starts at the enchanted Braies Lake, crosses through the Fanes-Senes-Braies Nature Park (right above the campground) and next to some of the most well-known mountains of the Dolomites: Lagazuoi, Tofana, Cinque Torri, Averau, Nuvolau, Pelmo, Civetta and Moiazza.
Alta Via No. 2 is dubbed the High Route of Legends, and it is undeniably more strenuous than N. 1, almost always remaining at higher elevations. A hike from north to south, from Alta Badia to Val di Fassa, across the Puez-Geisler Nature Park and the Sella massif, and around the Marmolada, the highest mountain in the Dolomites and home to its largest glacier.
Alta Via No. 1 and No. 2 are just the most well-known and the nearest to our area, but there are 8 High Routes in total, ranging from 36 km to 180 km of length, to suit all tastes.