- How the trek covers the best-ofs in the Dolomites
- Why almost anyone can hike the Alta Via
- Getting the most out of local culture and cuisine
- Spectacularly varied terrain and how it affects the hiking
- Fascinating history and historical remnants along the trek
- Experiencing hut-to-hut hiking in the Italian mountains
When it comes to trekking in the Dolomites, Alta Via is the creme of the crop. Finding a better multi-day, hut-to-hut hike with sensational vistas is mission impossible.
Steeped in intriguing history, long-distance treks Alta Via I and II provide a glimpse into the nature, culture, and customs of the Dolomites, an extraordinary region on the border of Italy and Austria. Regardless of the chosen trail, million-dollar views are guaranteed—green gorges, towers and crags, idyllic meadows, evergreen forests, and gleaming lakes, while nights are spent in high-altitude, cozy rifugios.
Alta Via I and II are nothing short of awe-inspiring, and they’re a must-see for any hiker and nature lover. A FREE WEBINAR is a terrific way to find out everything there is to know about the dream trek—and an experienced, expert guide is here to share their best tips about hiking the long-distance Alta Via.
After discovering the Dolomites in 1994, multilingual world traveler, adventurer, hiker, climber, and windsurfer Agustina Lagos Marmol decided to drop everything, settle in Italy’s most iconic mountain range, and start her own adventure company. Now, decades later, Agustina has hiked, cycled, climbed, and skied almost every corner of the Pale Mountains. She delights in discovering new & hidden routes, trails, and runs — and sharing them with her guests.