You never get bored in the mountains…
A few hints to explore our territory, its history and its traditions.
Spectacular sites are numerous: open-air museums, ruined castles, herdsman’s huts and pasturelands, waterfalls, lakes and deep canyons, with the Dolomites in the background. You will be spoiled for choice.
Excursions – on foot, by bike, or Via ferrata – are meant for amateurs in good physical conditions, while specific training in not required.
In some cases, where elevation gains are important, lift facilities or bike shuttle buses will be used.
All the suggested itineraries are fairly easy and are thought to be self guided.
Before starting you will be provided with all necessary information and equipment to ensure a safe excursion: map, detailed description of the route and, when needed, a Garmin satnav is available for rent.
Whereas, if you attempt Vie Ferrate for the first time and have no climbing experience, we recommend hiring an Alpine Guide.
All bike rides are meant for e-bikes because the elevations gains, often encountered while riding in the mountains, might be too hard to overcome on a traditional bike without enough training in your legs. However, if you are fit enough, you may ride along the same route with a traditional bike.