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Dolomites Grand Traverse, Italian Alps Hiking

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  • Location: Italy
  • Duration: 7 nights/8 days
  • Departing from: Venice airport at 1 pm on day 1.
  • Tour finishes: Venice airport, 11:00 am on day 8
  • Departures 2024: June 26, July 25
  • Price 2024: Euro €3,600 per person based on double occupancy and minimum 3 people. Single supplement €580. One guide accompanies departures of 2 - 8 people. Two guides accompany departures of 9 or more people.

 Italy’s Dolomites spill over with grandeur. We hike above the tree line every day, so breathtaking views abound at every turn of the trail. Alpine lakes, massive rock towers, and green valleys below provide daily awe-inspiring spectacles. During the First World War, the Dolomites were the front line between Austria and Italy. We hike past abandoned bunkers and fortifications, which adds a fascinating, if haunting historical element to the tour. We stay in the quaint villages of San Candido and Cortina for two nights each in four-star hotels, while for three nights, we stay in mountain “rifugi,” the cozy and comfortable fully catered alpine huts for which the Dolomites are famous. Staying high up in the mountains allows you to experience the drama and beauty of this breathtaking region. 

Dolomites Grand Traverse Hiking Tour Includes:

Accommodation: 7 nights accommodation ( 2 nights in San Candido at a four-star, 3 nights in comfortable rifugi [mountain huts, fully catered, extensive wine lists, hot showers, and at least one of the three nights in private rooms for people in double occupancy, the other two nights you may have to share a room with other people ], 2 nights at a four-star hotel in Cortina.)
Meals: 7 breakfasts, 1 picnic lunch, and 6 dinners.
Transfers: Pick up from Venice airport and transfer to San Candido, return private transfer to Auronzo rifugio on day 2, private transfer to the trail head on day 3, private transfer from the end of the hike to the Cortina hotel on Day 6, return private transfer from Cortina to Passo Giau on Day 7, final private transfer from Cortina to Venice airport or Mestre train station.
Luggage: Bags are transferred from Venice on day one to the San Candido hotel. Your bags are also transfered to the first and second rifugio so you do not have to carry anything other than your day pack. However, we are unable to transfer your bags to the third rifugio. Your luggage will be transfered to the Cortina hotel and you will need to carry with you what you need for one night in the rifugio. It is very easy. At the end of day 6 your luggage will be waiting for you in your hotel room in Cortina. Your luggage is then transfered with you on the final day to Venice airport or Mestre train station.
Active days: 6 days of guided hiking
Guides: At least 1 bilingual Customwalks guide accompanies departures of 2 - 8 people; 2 guides accompany departures of 9 or more people
Max group size: Tours are capped at 14 people

Note: Rooms in the huts are based on a first come, first served basis. If you book early, and you are a couple there is a good chance we will be able to reserve double rooms for you, however it may be necessary to have three or four people maximum in a room. Toilets and showers are in the hallway (it's a great way to meet people!).

Dolomites Grand Traverse, Italian Alps Hiking itinerary Request full itinerary

Day 1: Meet your guide(s) in Venice for a transfer to San Candido

Your guide will meet you at 1 pm at the Venice Airport for a transfer to our hotel in San Candido-Innichen. We are now in the Upper Pusteria Valley of the southern Tyrol, part of the Austrian Empire until 1918. After check-in, you’ll have some time to explore the town’s Romanesque and Baroque churches or relax at a café in the main square and admire the view of the Baranci mountains in the near distance. An introductory drink is followed by dinner in the wood-paneled hotel dining room. Overnight San Candido.Lodging and dinner included. Transfer time 2.5 hours.

Day 2: Hike the dramatic massif of the Tre Cime di Lavaredo

A short transfer takes us to the Auronzo Rifugio for our hike around the soaring massif of the Tre Cime di Lavaredo, or “Three Peaks.” Hike beneath the vertical rock face as the colors change with the passing clouds and sun breaks. The highest peak (Cima Grande) rises to 9,836 ft. (2,998 m). Stop for lunch at a traditional mountain hut, 7,300 ft (2,225 m), which offers magnificent views of the mountains beyond. Hearty local dishes include barley soup, plus a wide array of regional cheeses and cold cuts, followed of course, by a piece of fresh apple strudel. We continue our hike back to Auronzo, passing bunkers that date from the disastrous battles of the First World War. Transfer time 45 minutes. The Hike: 9.6 mi (15.5 km) or ~5.5 hrs; Terrain: hard-packed dirt and rocky trails, some scree; Elev. gain: 2,940 ft (896 m) and loss: 1,870 ft (570 m) (please note that these are estimates and they can change depending on conditions). Overnight San Candido. Lodging, breakfast and dinner included. 

Day 3: Hike from Lake Braies to Sennes

Today we begin our “grand traverse” through the mountains and have the first of three nights in a cozy mountain hut (rifugio in Italian). Your luggage is transferred for you to the rifugio so you only need to carry a daypack with you on the hikes. After breakfast, a short transfer takes you to the Fanes-Sennes-Braies Natural Park, where the emerald waters of Lake Braies are surrounded by dramatic peaks on three sides. Begin your hike up past dwarf pine trees and eventually arrive at a high saddle, which offers views down over the crystalline waters of Lake Braies and ahead to the vast expanse of exposed, lunar-like slabs of rock that lie between the Croda del Becco and Croda Rossa peaks. After a while, we can make out a small building in the distance, the Rifugio Biella, which will welcome us for a hot lunch. You may want to try canederli (dumplings made from bread, cheese, and spinach cooked in a butter and sage sauce) and of course more strudel and a shot of espresso afterward! From there, we continue hiking until we reach our rifugio, which sits on a high meadow often filled with a herd of friendly cows. Relax on the sunny terrace before a hot shower followed by dinner.  Transfer time 30 mins. The Hike: 8.5 mi (13.7 km) or ~ 5-6 hrs; Terrain: hard packed dirt and rocky trails, some scree; Elev gain 3,450 ft (1,052 m) and loss 210 ft (64 m). Overnight Fodara Rifugio. Lodging, breakfast and dinner included.

Day 4: The karst landscapes of the Fanes Plateau

Start gradually this morning on a gentle trail through a meadow before heading downhill to Rigugio Pederu for a coffee and strudel break. After our break, head out again on a trail that makes its way up through pine forest and clearings to the Forcella de Medesc and the Fanes Plateau, a karst limestone expanse crisscrossed with babbling brooks. Lunch at Fanes and then a 15-minute walk to Rifugio Laverella where we spend the night at  6,725 ft/2,050 m. Today is a relatively short hike, but you can add some extra miles with an optional 2-3 hour hike Passo di Sant'Antonio, for gorgeous views towards the Monte Antelau or you may prefer to chill out on the sunny terrace in a comfortable deck chair or even enjoy the wood-fired sauna. Get together again this evening in the wood-paneled dining room for a hearty meal featuring a mix of Austrian, Ladin, and Italian cuisine. Try the “cajinci,”or “Schlutzkrapfen" in German, a local dish that’s a kind of ravioli with ricotta and spinach. The Hike: 6.5 mi (10.5 km) or ~ 3.5 hours; Terrain: hard-packed dirt with one long, steep descent; Elevation gain 2,300 ft (700 m) and loss 1,475 ft (450 m). Optional hike: 5 mi (8 km) or 2-3 hours; Terrain: hard-packed dirt and rocky trails, some scree; Elevation gain 1,300 ft (400 m) and loss 1,300 ft (400 m). Overnight Lavarella Rifugio. Lodging, breakfast and dinner included.

Day 5: Last night in the mountains: hike to the Rifugio Lagazuoi

This morning we pack our daypack with what we need for one overnight. Our luggage will be transported to Cortina, where we will arrive tomorrow afternoon. We have a gentle start this morning. After a short initial climb, we enjoy a beautiful two-hour soft descent into a wide valley surrounded by high peaks. We take an amazing trail that climbs steeply out of the valley, hugging the broad flanks of Monte Cavallo, before threading its way through spires of rock before plunging back down to rejoin the principal trail to Lagazuoi. The descent features a truly impressive series of switchbacks down to Lagacio Lake, where we will take a break for a picnic lunch. Following lunch, we have our epic climb to Rifugio Laqazuoi, which sits perched on a ledge overlooking the strategic Passo Falzarego. A starkly beautiful mountain landscape is made more dramatic by the visible remnants of the terrible struggle that occurred here between 1915 and 1917. Twisted bits of barbed wire, trenches, and bunkers line our route up to Lagazuoi, which, at 2,752 meters (9,029'), is one of the highest huts in the Italian Dolomites. Our efforts are rewarded by a truly awesome 360° view of the surrounding mountains and distant green valleys. Lagazuoi also offers an excellent culinary experience. We dine a la carte, and there is also a truly excellent wine list to choose from. The Hike: 8.5 mi (13.7 km) or 5-6 hours; Terrain: hard-packed dirt and rocky trails, some scree, with a steep downhill and one short stretch with some exposure; Elev gain 3,500 ft (1,067 m) and loss 1,230 ft (375 m). In case of bad weather, we have another route which takes us to the Rifugio Scontoni, a fairy tale mountain hut that has the best strudel in the Dolomites! Lodging, breakfast, lunch and dinner included. Note: In case of challenging weather, we have an alternative route which features Rifugio Scontoni, a fairytale mountain hut that serves up the best strudel in the Dolomites! Overnight Lagazuoi Rifugio.Lodging, breakfast, picnic lunch and dinner included.

Day 6: Remnants of WWI and Cortina d’Ampezzo

Sunrise from Lagazuoi’s vantage point overlooking a huge expanse of mountains is an unforgettable experience. After breakfast, our trail takes us to Cortina along the flank of the massive Tofanes. Huge views abound across the Falzarego Pass onto the Cinque Torri (Five Towers) on the valley's far side. The trail winds past remnants of the World War I battles. We first pass dugouts and bunkers of the Austrian front lines, then to the eerie remains of Italian trenches and fortifications. We hike to Cortina, or almost. We cheat on the last segment by taking a knee-saving chair lift down Italy’s world-famous alpine resort town and host of the 2026 Winter Olympics. There is free time this afternoon to explore this charming town and its shopping, regional museum, open-air cafes, and galleries, and enjoy a delicious gelato or a cold frothy beer in the piazza. Our historic four-star hotel dates back to the end of the 19th century and is centrally located. Tonight is a free night dinner. The Hike: 5.5 mi (8.8 km) or ~ 3.5 – 4.5 hours; Terrain: hard-packed dirt trails Elev gain 1,900 ft (580 m) and loss 3,780 ft (1,152 m). Overnight Cortina. Hotel and breakfast included.

Day 7: Passo Giau - Rifugio Croda da Lago – (optional. Via Ferrata)

Our final hike has all the classic elements: spectacular views, a shimmering alpine lake, and towering rock formations. We transfer to Passo Giao to start our hike at 2,236 m (7,336 ft). The trail traverses a high alpine meadow with views of the distant Marmolada glacier and the spectacular Monte Pelmo. We drop down to Rifugio Croda da Lago for one last superb lunch overlooking the sapphire waters of Lake Federa and the reflections of the surrounding peaks. The trail drops down through pine and larch forests to our pick-up point for our return to Cortina. Dinner in one of Cortina’s best restaurants to celebrate a week of awesome hiking, lots of laughs, and new friends. The Hike: 12 kms/8 miles; 4.5 hours (3h morning and 1h30mins afternoon); Terrain: hard-packed dirt trails; Elevation gain: 2497ft/761m; Elevation loss: 4239ft/1292m. Overnight Cortina. Hotel, breakfast and dinner included.

*SPECIAL OPTION: For the adventurers among you, today you can opt to try the Via Ferrata or "Iron Way" (weather permitting). If you choose this option, you skip the regular hike and join a local Alpine guide to summit Punta Fiames (this requires an extra fee at your expense). The Via Ferrata is a network of iron ladders and cables that allow hikers to ascend vertical or exposed trails without the need to rock-climb.Transfer time: 50 mins; The Hike: 8.7 mi (14 km) or 5-6 hours; Terrain: hard-packed dirt trails; Elev gain 3,225 ft (983 m) and loss 850 ft (260 m). Optional Via Ferrata: 5 hours; Transfer 20 minutes.

Day 8: Arrivederci Dolomites!

The tour ends this morning with a two-hour van transfer to the Venice Airport. We will arrive around 11 a.m. in time for flights departing at 1 p.m., so please do not plan anything before then. Earlier transfers can be arranged at your expense. Breakfast and ONE group transfer included.

Please note: Some details of the itinerary may change according to the departure date of your tour. Whenever we run a tour, we make new discoveries. Sometimes they are good discoveries, like a wonderful new trattoria, and sometimes they are bad, like a trail has been washed away. The result is that we sometimes change our itinerary to improve it by adding new wonderful elements to the tour or by removing something that does not work anymore. Rest assured, our goal is to always provide you with the best possible experience. We will advise you of any changes to the original itinerary prior to departure.  

Bag transfers and Backpacks

Backpacks: On this tour you will be carrying more in your backpacks than on other tours because: a) we are in the mountains so you need to carry more layers and be ready for any weather conditions; b) you may need to carry more water since it may not be readily available; and c) you will have to carry 1 change of clothing and your toothbrush for the 1 overnight in the a rifugio. We do organize a bag transfer to Rifugio No. 1, and and again to and from Rifugio No. 2. Here is how it looks day by day.
a.    Day 1: You and your bags are picked up from Venice airport and transferred to San Candido.
b.    Day 2: First hike is a loop Hike. you just carry what you need for the day.
c.    Day 3: Hike to Rifugio No. 1, you just carry what you need for the day. A small duffel bag with your overnight requirements will be transported by 4X4 to the rifugio No. 1. Your main luggage will be transferred to the final hotel in Cortina.
d.    Day 4: Hike to Rifugio No. 2, you just carry what you need for the day. A small duffel bag with your overnight requirements will be transported by 4X4 from rifugio 1 to rifugio No. 2.
e.    Day 5: Hike to Rifugio No. 3, you carry what you need for 1 overnight. The small duffel bag with your other stuff is transported from rifugio No. 2. To the hotel in Cortina where you will be reunited with all your luggage on Day 6.
f.    Day 6: Hike from Rifugio No. 3 to Cortina. You will carry in your backpack whatever you required for the 1 night in Rifugio No.. 3. Overnight tonight in a Hotel in Cortina where you will be reunited with your main luggage, and the small duffel bag that was transported from Rifugio No. 2.
g.    Day 7 Hike. loop Hike. you just carry what you need for the day.


F.A.Q.: "Do your guests frequently experience altitude sickness in this area? If so, what pre-tour preparation do you recommend?"
None of our guests have suffered from Altitude sickness on any of our Dolomites tours. Altitude sickness usually only happens at levels above 2,500m/8,000ft. We spend the first two nights on our DGT tour in San Candido sleeping at 1,175 m/3,750ft, allowing you to acclimate. Our first day of hiking is after you have slept one night at that altitude. You may experience some shortness of breath during your first hike, but that is all unless you have some pre-existing medical conditions that make you more sensitive to lower oxygen levels.  After two nights in San Candido, we spend two nights at about 2,000m/6,600 ft followed by one night at 2,752m/8,800ft at Rifugio Lagazuoi. You will be well acclimatized for this, your fifth night of the tour. Our final two nights are back in the valley at 1,200m/3,850 feet in Cortina.  Be in shape for the tour and stay well-hydrated during the hikes.

Activity Level 4 out of 5= Rewarding: 
In general: This is a Rewarding tour for fit hikers who will find them a satisfying and challenging workout; they are not appropriate for unfit hikers.
Terrain: Rolling and often steep terrain with frequent challenging ascents and descents, often over rugged and uneven terrain
Actual hiking time: between 4 - 6 hours per day, mostly in the morning but also in the afternoon
Distances: Usually 10 - 15 km (6 - 9 mi). Max distance is 18 km (11 mi).
Surfaces: Trails are a mix of compact earth or dirt track, gravel roads, and rocky, uneven trails. You will also encounter ancient stone stairways and rocky steps. You may also find somewhat overgrown sections. 
Footing: Good to tricky. You must pay attention to where and how you place your feet. Proper hiking shoes or boots with thick soles with good treads are required. Sport sandals, running shoes and tennis shoes are not adequate.
Specifics: This tour has some sustained climbs of two to three hours so you just put it in low gear and enjoy the exertion and wonderful views.
Hiking Poles: Highly recommended and your guides will mutter to themselves when they see you did not bring any poles. If you don’t bring your poles and ask your guide to use his or hers, they will refuse because they need them!   
Compared to the Cinque Terre: More difficult than the Cinque Terre mostly because the distances are longer and because you will be carrying a slightly heavier back-pack. If you enjoyed the hikes on the Cinque Terre and want to hike more, then these 4-rated “Rewarding” tours are perfect for you. 
Other: These tours are not appropriate for first-time hikers. People with hip and knee issues might find that they aggravate your pre-existing injuries. Hikers need to be fit and able to hike for five hours a day. You should also be used to negotiating rocky, uneven terrain.
Rewarding Tours: Dolomites "Classic" Hike, Tuscany Mountains, Dolomites Grand Traverse.
As a point of reference, what is a 1 out of 5 Activity rating? A 1 out of 5 rated tour is a tour without any hiking. Hikes would be in towns, cities, and villages, and the countryside hikes would be on paved, or gravel/dirt roads, and occasionally on some packed earth trails. Elevation gain and loss would be negligible.
As a point of reference, what is a 5 out of 5 Activity rating? A 5 out of 5 rated tour is a tour that would be physically challenging and technically difficult even for very fit and experienced hikers. The hikes would have steep ascents and descents on narrow, exposed trails with challenging footing, such as on scree fields, or through rock falls and boulders. Distances would be up to 25 km/16 miles per day and feature ascents of over 1,000 m/3,200 feet in a day. A 5 out of 5 tour would also mean that you would be carrying a heavier-than-normal pack. None of our tours are rated 5 out 5. Our most challenging tours are 4.5 out of 5, and they are the Dolomites Alta Via (because of some exposed trail that requires some technical expertise) and our Republic of Georgia tour which has some long hikes with over 1,000 meters of elevation gain.

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by MMurrayCu82
Posted Jul 04, 2023

This was an amazing trip. The Dolomites are amazing scenery. To be hiking in them for 7 days was truly breathtaking, figuratively and literally. You need be in shape for this trip, 4000 ft elevation gain at 9000 ft altitude, over 9.5 miles, you need to bring you A-game. Given that, the food was very good, the hotel accommodation were fantastic in quaint Italian towns. Our guides, Marco, Dennis and Sagra are top notch. They are very knowledgeable about trail, history, and fauna. And after experiencing a hiker in another tour group fall, they went into action to revive the hiker. So you should be comforted to know that these are experienced back-woods guides.

by John C
Posted Oct 17, 2022

This was a great trip and an excellent introduction for us to guided hiking tours. We loved our guides and the itineraries. The hotel and rifugio stays were excellent and exceeded expectations on accommodations and especially food. We will definitely find more Custom Walk tours for future vacations.

by Debbie D
Posted Oct 13, 2022

Fantastic experience! We had an amazing week in the Dolomites with Dennis as our guide. The beauty of the Dolomites is unparalleled. The hikes and accommodations chosen by Customwalks were excellent. We enjoyed staying in San Candido and Cortina and were pleasantly surprised to find the rifugios comfortable and with good food and wine. Brett was very responsive and patiently answered all my questions. We will do another trip with Customwalks. Highly recommend!

by Adrianne R
Posted Oct 08, 2022

This was a fantastic tour that was beyond my expectations in every way. The difficulty was challenging, but extremely rewarding when accomplished. The beauty of the Dolomites left me amazed every single day. Our guides Brett and Marco had us feeling like friends by the end and they took such good care of us going above and beyond in every regard. The exhilaration of the hike, the accommodations, the food, the wine, and the new friends were an experience I'll never forget. I can't wait to do another tour!!

by John W
Posted Oct 07, 2022

What an incredible tour! This was way, way beyond our expectations. The hikes were challenging but the experienced guides (Brett and Marco) ensured that everyone in the group was comfortable and accommodated in terms of level of effort. They also have a relaxed but responsible approach to guiding and are knowledgeable. Their great senses of humour didn't hurt either!! Highly recommended.

by Nora T.
Posted Jul 23, 2022

We recently returned from the Dolomites Grand Traverse tour. This was our first tour with Customwalks but it certainly will not be our last. The Dolomites is a magical place, with outstanding vistas around every corner. Every detail was expertly planned, and we couldn't have asked for better or more professional guides - Brett (Customwalks owner), Marco, and Rachele - to spend the week with. Everything about this trip exceeded our expectations - the hikes, the lodgings, the food, the wine, the history briefings about the area, the friendly cows, the mini Italian language lessons, and our wonderful fellow hikers. We have done many multi-day long distance hiking tours, and the terrain on this tour was some of the most challenging we've experienced. But knowing there was a cold beer, plenty of pasta, and a hot shower at the end of every trail was perfect motivation! If you're looking for a beautiful and challenging week of hiking, this is the tour for you. Train hard and do it!

by Wayne T
Posted Jul 23, 2022

Our Dolomites Grand Traverse was one of the best trips my wife and I ever have taken. Everything was planned exceptionally well. Our guides Brett (the owner), Marco and Rachele were fantastic, from encouraging us when the hiking got difficult and at times tricky to explaining the rock formations and flowers. The itinerary, accommodations, and food and wine were excellent. The hiking and scenery were spectacular. I recommend that anyone considering this trip train hard. This was our first trip with Customwalks, and it will not be our last!

by Confidential Client (from June 2022 Tour)
Posted Jul 22, 2022

Simply fantastic. My experience involved the Customwalks owner, Brett, and Marco the guide. Let me just simplify this review and echo what I told Brett at the time we departed - this felt like the trip of a lifetime for me. And to be clear, obviously the location in Italy was a big factor, but also a big factor was the Customwalks aspects. They made it just top notch, and I can only give this tour my highest recommendation. Professional, personable, knowledgeable, and well organized.

by Drew G
Posted Jul 13, 2022

The Dolomites trip was spectacular on many levels and our guides were knowledgeable and very accommodating. And as usual, everything -- all the routes, stops, food and lodgings -- went off without a hitch. (This was our third CustomWalks trip and we're already talking about the next one!)

by Tina Reilly
Posted Jul 12, 2022

This trip is one of the best travel experiences I've ever had. Like all Customwalks tours, it was impeccably organized, with everything running like clockwork. Brett, the company owner, solved a couple significant challenges (not of his own making) without interrupting our experience in any way. He's a total pro. Meanwhile, the scenery was spectacular, the food and wine excellent and the company warm an entertaining. Our guide, Marco (and Rachele, in training) were knowledgable, entertaining, and always so accommodating. They wanted our experience to be perfect, We ate amazing food, drank delicious wine and slept comfortably in the most extraordinary surroundings. If you're a hiker, DO THIS TRIP. You will thank yourself.

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This was an amazing trip. The Dolomites are amazing scenery. To be hiking in them for 7 days was truly breathtaking, figuratively and literally. You need be in shape for this trip, 4000 ft elevation gain at 9000 ft altitude, over 9.5 miles, you need to bring you A-game. Given that, the food was very good, the hotel accommodation were fantastic in quaint Italian towns. Our guides, Marco, Dennis and Sagra are top notch. They are very knowledgeable about trail, history, and fauna. And after experiencing a hiker in another tour group fall, they went into action to revive the hiker. So you should be comforted to know that these are experienced back-woods guides.
by MMurrayCu82

This was a great trip and an excellent introduction for us to guided hiking tours. We loved our guides and the itineraries. The hotel and rifugio stays were excellent and exceeded expectations on accommodations and especially food. We will definitely find more Custom Walk tours for future vacations.
by John C

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