Lush Alpine meadows, ancient forests, cozy mountain villages and rustic huts surrounded by the typical rugged cliffs. These are things that you'll only find here in the Dolomites, the UNESCO World Heritage Site that plays as the epic backdrop to the seven Alpine trail running routes in this Collection. Each one is a small challenge, but we promise you will be amply rewarded by the magnificent mountain scenery and warm hospitality of the region. And the challenge you'll face on each of the narrow trails can only be matched by the comfort you'll be able to enjoy on your stopover in the rustic mountain huts you'll encounter en route.
The trails featured in this Collection are located in some of the most beautiful holiday areas of the Dolomites. You'll run through the Ladin Val Gardena and through Alta Badia, enjoy the beautiful Alpe di Siusi, discover the nature park Puez-Geisler, circle the impressive Sassolungo with its world-famous Stone City, and you'll forever bask in amazement at the sight of the Three Peaks in the Sesto Dolomites. Some of our routes are based on well-known running events such as the Sasslong Half Marathon, the Brixen Dolomites Marathon or the Three Peaks Alpine Run - challenges that you can face at any time and at your own pace. The remaining runs, on the other hand, follow beautiful hiking routes over narrow trails in front of more wonderful backdrops. From the short warmup run to the challenging full-dayer, the choice is yours — a breathtaking natural experience and a very special feeling of freedom are guaranteed in any case!
This run is a challenge, but it is also a breathtaking adventure that you can not only experience as part of the "Three Peaks Alpine Run", but also for you alone. Over 16 kilometers and about 1,300 vertical meters are waiting to be mastered by you. But we promise you that you will be royally rewarded for your efforts by …
This short tour is a good example of the fact that even in the middle of the Dolomites, it does not always have to be a day-filled, high-alpine adventure. If you orientate yourself along the course of the valleys, you can combine rather flat stretches on quiet hiking trails and the breathtaking mountain panorama. Perfect to get used to the mountains or to build a relaxing day in the Dolomites holiday.
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Rustic mountain huts, happy cows and the breathtaking panorama of the Dolomites: The largest alpine pasture in Europe, the Seiseralm, is a paradise for trail running, not only for advanced skiers, but also for beginners. From rolling hills to challenging trails you will find everything here. The excellent infrastructure ensures that you can not be lost and you find enough …
Cortina lies in the north of Italy and is embedded in the high mountains of the Ampezzo Dolomites, which tower up to 3,244 meters high into the sky. The place is especially known to winter sports enthusiasts, because it was not for nothing that renowned competitions took place - in winter, skiers, snowboarders, sledders and ice hockey players will find …
Between the Val Gardena in the north and the Trentino Val di Fassa, the impressive Langkofel group stretches out into the sky. The striking mountain peaks are not only a great photo opportunity, but also an unmissable landmark when you make your way around them. This is exactly the plan of this approximately 21-kilometer route, which leads you completely asphalt-free through the beautiful mountains of the Western Dolomites.
The Brixen Dolomiten Marathon takes place for the tenth time in 2019 and can certainly be described as a classic. About 42 kilometers, the route leads through the wonderful mountains of the Dolomites and mainly uses hiking trails and forest trails. In this tour, however, we will describe a slightly "more manageable" variant - around 24 kilometers will come together at the end and still be over 1,800 meters in altitude. Even this short version is quite a challenge.
The "main character" of this round of eleven kilometers is the Adolf-Munkel-Weg, which will show you a nice mix of wide paths and narrow paths and will inspire you with its beautiful landscape below the impressive Geisler peaks. Starting point is the Zanser Alm, which you can easily reach by bus or where you can park your car relaxed in …
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