Hiking, mountaineering and climbing in the Dolomites

Summit attack and Alpine pasture delights

Put your hiking boots on, the mountain is calling! And because the Sporthotel Alpenrose is so close to Catinaccio and Latemar, the call of the summits and pastures is particularly strong. Paolina, the lift next to our hotel, takes you gently uphill. It’s up to you to decide how high you would like to go. How about a family‑friendly hike to one of the twenty rustic Alpine huts in the region? Congratulations. The Kaiserschmarrn tastes delicious there!  Or maybe you’d like to go a bit higher to add your name to the summit book? Climbers eagerly yearn for getting hold of a harness and pegs: the Vajolet Towers of Catinaccio or Passo Santner are an absolute must for passionate climbing enthusiasts. Depending on fitness and skill levels, everyone can find their own route in the Dolomites: pleasure hikers like families and summit attackers like climbing enthusiasts. Get set, go!

Hiking and climbing kit hire
Do you need trekking poles or a backpack for your tour into the mountains? We are happy to lend this hiking kit to our guests free of charge. The equipment for a climbing tour can be hired for a charge.

Weekly hiking programme and hiking tips
Let our hiking guides show you the most beautiful places on guided tours. Whether you are an experienced or less experienced mountain enthusiast. If you would like to set off on your own: our daily hiking suggestions lead you safely to your destination.

Experience the mountains in the “Catinaccio Alpine Centre”
Over rock and ice to the top of Marmolada, the highest peak in the Dolomites. Or climbing on the fascinating Passo Santner of Catinaccio, accessible also for beginners. The professional mountain guides at the Catinaccio Alpine Centre, our neighbours, accompany you in small groups to the rugged summits of the Dolomites. http://www.berge-erleben.com/en/

Holiday region Val D'Ega | Nova Levante | Carezza

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