val d'ega

Hiking & climbing in the Dolomites

Walking & climbing in the Dolomites

To the pinnacle (of emotions)!

There are 530 kilometres of hiking trails and five fixed rope routes running through and over the remarkable rock formations of the Dolomites around the Val d'Ega. Various paths, trails and ascents lead you up to mountain huts or to the peaks themselves – either with your feet safely on the ground or secured by ropes!

Where hiking becomes a real adventure

The remarkable number of hiking trails in the Val d'Ega - 530 kilometres in total – can take hikers practically everywhere in and around the Catinaccio and Latemar massifs. Explore the world heritage site of the Dolomites in all its glory, whether alone, as a couple, with the family or on a guided hiking tour with one of the local mountain guides. Across brightly-coloured meadows, through deep pine forests or over rocky terrain; on challenging hikes for experienced peak-baggers or gentler walks for relaxed mountain lovers - these mountains have the ideal tour for everyone. And a visit to a hut is in any case a must!

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Hike to the Poppekanzel/Pulpito with view to the Rosengarten
Via ferrata in the Catinaccio/Rosngarten with panorama view
Hiking in the group of the Latemar
Latemar 360° View

The Dolomites close enough to touch

Those wanting to get up close with the Dolomites are sure to find their favourite among the five fixed rope routes in the Val d'Ega: they are some of the world’s most popular! The level of difficulty ranges from the 3rd to the 9th degree. The Masarè and Croda Rossa vie ferrate are two of the very best! But that’s not all as far as climbing goes: Alpine climbing too is of course possible in the Val d'Ega. To get really close up to the Dolomites, let the Val d'Ega mountain guides show you tips, tricks or take you on guided climbing tours.