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Snowshoeing in the Dolomites
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Walk in Italy's most spectacular mountain range
Trip Highlights
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What's included
  • All breakfasts
  • 5 picnic lunches
  • 6 dinners
  • All accommodation (see below)
  • All transport and listed activities
  • Tour leader throughout
  • Flights from London (if booking incl. flights)
  • Snowshoes and poles

7 breakfasts, 5 lunches and 6 dinners are included. These are usually taken in the restaurant at Hotel Adler. Please note the meal on the evening of day one may be a cold buffet instead of a hot meal, this will depend on the arrival of the flight. Dinner is not included on the free day, which may be an excellent opportunity to try the A la carte menu on offer at Hotel Adler. Vegetarians are catered for, yet as this area is renowned for its meats, please be aware that there may not be as much variety.

Day 1
Fly to Innsbruck
Fly to Innsbruck; transfer to Villabassa.
Day 2
The first of five guided snowshoe walks in the Fanes-Senne Natural Park, along the shoreline of Lago di Braies and beneath the iconic Tre Cime de Lavaredo.
Our trip involves five guided snowshoe walks and one free day. Our explorations generally take place in the high side valleys of the main Pusteria Valley, or on low ridges of the smaller hills. The main peaks of the Dolomites are famously steep-sided, and we avoid these, as well as the few avalanche-prone areas lying below them. But we have an excellent variety of walks at our disposal, all with superb scenery and views, many in the very heart of the famous Dolomites. An easy day takes on a high trail from the village of Dobbiaco back to Villabassa along forester's tracks and across open hillsides, with excellent views to the south. To the north are the forested flanks of a rounded hill a few kilometres northeast of Villabassa. From the summit at about 1900m we can continue to the little chapel of San Silvestro at 1912m, looking across to the jagged summits of the Dolomites. In good weather we can continue upwards, following a rounded ridge that leads to the Austrian frontier.
Day 3
The second guided snowshoe walk, with the opportunity for magnificent viewpoints of Durrakopf (2275m) and Strudelkopf (2307m).
Today is our second snowshoe walk in the area, see the detailed description of day 2 for possible routes.
Day 4
Our third guided snowshoe walk allows us to head further afield, enjoying panoramas and lunch stops at picturesque refuges.
We set off from Villabassa for the third of our guided snowshoe walks, see the detailed description of day 2 for possible routes.
Day 5
The free day is often taken today, though the leader may change this to optimise conditions on snowshoeing days.
Our free day is usually taken today though the leader may change this to optimise weather conditions on snowshoeing days. Activities include downhill skiing, or relaxing at the hotel.
Day 6
Refreshed from the free day we set off once more for a guided snowshoe walk.
Fresh from a rest day we set off once more for a guided snowshoe walk, see the detailed description of day 3 for possible routes.
Day 7
The final snowshoe walk of the week, one last chance to soak up the breathtaking scenery and mountain air.
The week draws to a close with one final snowshoe walk.
Day 8
Fly to London
Transfer to Innsbruck; fly to London.
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Snowshoeing in the Dolomites 4/5

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