The extensive hut network in the Italian Dolomites allows for endless combination for multiday hut to hut treks.
In this part of my Italian Dolomites Guide I will introduce you to some of my favourite backpacking trips, which last between 3 days and two weeks. I will also tell you how to pack efficiently to make your trek a lot more comfortable as well as what to expect and how to prepare for stay in a mountain hut in the Dolomites.
As you have probably noticed, I am currently working on this section of the guide and plan on completing all articles by the end of 2020. Some of them are already published! In the meantime if you have any questions please leave them in the comment section or email me directly. Thanks for your understanding!
From a 3 day long traverse across the Pale Di San Martino group to the 2 week long Alta Via 2. Here are a few multiday treks, which I have done myself and highly recommend.
Would you like to stay overnight in a dolomiti rifugio but don't know where to make a reservation and what to expect? This article will tell you all about it!
Explore the lesser known Brenta Group in the Italian Dolomites along this 5 day long hut to hut circuit including 8 via ferratas!
Located in the Southern part of the Italian Dolomites, Pale di San Martino range is one of the most interesting and feature rich mountain groups around here.
Experience the highlights of the most famous national park in the Italian Dolomites - Tre Cime and tackle a few via ferratas along this 4 day long trek.
4 days of hiking and via ferratas in one of the most scenic nature parks of the Italian Dolomites.
The first 5 days of the Alta Via 1 - the most popular multiday traverse of the Italian Dolomites (Part 1)
Guide to the second half of the Alta Via 1 between rifugio Citta di Fiume and La Pissa (Part 2).
From Bresannone to Passo San Pellegrino, the description of the first half of Alta Via 2 (Part 1).
Starting on the San Pellegrino pass and ending in Croce D'Aune. The second part of the guide to Alta Via 2 (Part 2)
The guide to the adventure filled Alta Via 4, stretching between the towns of San Candido and Pozzale
Overpacking is a problem for many inexperienced hikers. We all think we need to pack a lot of 'just in case' items. Avoid carrying too much by learning from my mistakes.