Overview of the Three Peaks of Lavaredo

Venturing into the UNESCO Dolomites

Best easy hike in the Dolomites with amazing views!

Waterfalls in Riva di Tures, Pustertal, Val Pusteria
  • Destination from Alta Pusteria to Alpe di Siusi
  • Difficulty level easy/intermediate
  • Duration 6 nights/7 days
  • Bespoke trip & group departure
  • Possible Departure dates mid-June – mid October
  • See Group departure dates other dates on request
  • Please note: Itinerary subject to changes due accommodation availability
Day 1

Arrival to Alta Pusteria

The Alta Pusteria Valley is known for its picturesque villages where you can feel the unique blend of Italian and Austrian cultures that is characteristic of the South Tyrol region and its natural beauty and fresh mountain air are indeed the perfect backdrop for a healthy and invigorating getaway.

The imposing peaks of the Dolomites stand out against the morning sky
Day 2

Val Pusteria

In the morning, let's visit Lago di Braies, which is probably one of the most beautiful backdrops in South Tyrol. Don't miss the chance to rent a rowing boat and enjoy the breathtaking view from the water! In the afternoon, you will visit the beautiful village of San Candido, with its Collegiate Church, considered the most important Romanesque monument in Tyrol.

Braies Lake, South Tyrol, Italy
Day 3

Tre Cime di Lavaredo circumnavigation

Today, with private transfer, reach the gate of the “3 Peaks Natural Park”, the 3 Cime di Lavaredo in Italian. These are probably the most iconic and recognizable peaks in the Dolomites because of their striking appearance, the stunning panoramic views, and the beautiful turquoise crystal-clear waters and mountain lakes that you will discover during your journey.

hiking time: 3,30-4,00 hours - length: 9,7 km - difference in level: + 410 m/ - 403 m

Locatelli refuge with the Tre Cime in the background
Day 4

Val d’Isarco – St. Magdalena

Today, you will travel to the Eisack Valley (Valle Isarco in Italian). It is a picturesque valley located in the northernmost part of the South Tyrol region. It has plenty of charming towns and villages rich in history and culture, as well as a popular destination for wine tasting and culinary tourism, because of its vineyards, which are some of the highest in South Tyrol. After lunch, visit the small village of San Magdalena and its church which is situated against the towering Dolomite mountains.

Santa Maddalena with the Odle in the Puez-Odle Natural Park
Day 5

Hiking at the Lago di Carezza

The Dolomites are renowned for their exceptional natural beauty, and the 1.45-hour drive through the mountain passes is for sure a spectacular and unforgettable experience. Hiking enthusiasts flock to Lake Carezza for its stunning scenery, including the iconic turquoise-colored lake. The area is steeped in local legends that have been passed down for generations, adding to its allure as a must-visit destination for anyone seeking breathtaking vistas and outdoor adventure.

Carezza lake, South Tyrol, Italy
Day 6

Alpe di Siusi, the biggest Europe plateau

With over 790 species of flowers and ferns, 56 square kilometers of Europe's largest mountain plateau, and 300 days of sun, Alpe di Siusi offers stunning views of the incredible mountain peaks and blossoming mountain meadows. Take the time to appreciate this natural beauty by stopping along your hike. It includes a stop in a typical village of Val Gardena.

Peace and nature on the Alpe di Siusi
Day 7

Departure

Leave the Dolomites with sights seen in your eyes and memories in your heart.

Should you wish to extend your trip to include a few extra days exploring the Dolomites or any other Italian city, please don't hesitate to contact us.

Walking on the meadows of Prato Piazza in the Dolomites of Alta Val Pusteria
The Tre Cime di Lavaredo in the Sesto Pusteria Dolomite group

Costs included

  • Tailor-made trip organization
  • 6-night accommodation at a 3* Family run hotel in Val Pusteria & Val d’Isarco with half-board in double/twin rooms
  • private transfers as per itinerary
  • cable car on Alpe di Siusi
  • entrance fee at the church
  • local English-speaking hiking guide for 5 days
  • Italian VAT and tourist taxes

Costs does not include

Airfare, trains, public buses, insurance, tips, drinks, lunches, food & beverage during the excursions, boat at Lago di Braies, holiday extensions, souvenirs, private expenses, and anything NOT mentioned in “costs included”.

Additional information

Please note, that all guided tours may be subject to changes, depending on:

  • weather conditions
  • the physical condition of each participant
  • equipment and clothing not suitable for the excursion (e.g. sneakers instead of mountain boots, clothing not suited to the weather conditions...)
  • the itinerary doesn’t include any travel or health insurance

Services on request

  • airport in/out transfers,
  • holiday extensions,
  • helicopter flights over the Dolomites
  • dinners at special locations
  • wine tasting
  • visit to a WWI bunker
  • visit to an artisan dairy
  • single supplements at hotels/B&B/mountain huts

If you have any additional requests, feel free to ask. We are always here to assist you further.

Dates and availability

09 Jun 2024 - 15 Jun 2024 Still available
06 Oct 2024 - 12 Oct 2024 Still available
From2360€
min 4 persons - price starting at € 2.880,00/person
5 – 10 persons - price starting at € 2.460,00/person
12 – 15 persons - price starting at € 2.360,00/person

On request: Single supplement
Please note: in the high season period July & August the cost can rise between 6 – 12% of the given cost.