Family summer in the mountains: adventures in the Dolomites!
The pure joy of the great outdoors
Laugh in the vibrant world of the Dolomites, chirping like birds, exploring the Latemar and Catinaccio massifs and their surroundings with all the family. There is plenty here for families and visitors of all ages! The Val d'Ega area is full of places to explore and adventures to enjoy.
Hiking to magical places
Family walks don’t always have to involve a major climb up to a mountain summit: shorter paths, ideal for feet large and small, will lead you to secluded places in the forest or to the enchanted Lago di Carezza. Many paths are also suitable for tiny tots in pushchairs! The eight themed trails of the Latemarium provide information for adventures in the surrounding world, while the trails telling of legends will transport adults and children alike into an enchanted world.
Farmsteads and worlds of legends
Learn about life on the farm, bake farmhouse bread or make hay in the barn. Listen carefully to the depths of the forest and search for lost treasures, lake nymphs and other legendary figures from King Laurin’s miniature world. There is a wide-ranging family programme for junior guests in the Val d’Ega!
Play, play, then play some more.
The attractive playgrounds and fantasy islands in the Val d’Ega are perfect for kids. There are the Dragon Kingdom in Gardonè, the nature trail in the Lärchenwaldele larch forest or the playgrounds in the villages of the Val d’Ega where parents can keep an eye on their children while enjoying the mountain air and views.
Biking, climbing or swimming
Swimming in a rock garden or zooming down the summer toboggan run, mountain biking along the numerous trails, trying out climbing on a climbing wall or even doing a Tarzan on the high-ropes course. The family can discover the stars on the Planet Trail in Gummer and play a round together on the mini golf course at Nova Ponente.
Horses for courses
The three riding stables in the Val d’Ega allow little ones to form friendships with docile mounts as they try out horseback riding, or even excursions! Trekking and introductory courses are also available for the Val d’Ega’s very own mini-camels - the lamas and alpacas!