VISIT THE QUEEN OF THE DOLOMITES
The majesty of the Marmolada, the highest peak in the Dolomites, has long attracted skiers and mountaineers who embark upon her long runs, climbs and vie ferrate. Blanketed in white, she is considered the ‘queen’ of the Dolomites. This extraordinary massif holds many secrets and together we can help you explore some of them.
CORTINA D’AMPEZZO: BETWEEN HISTORY AND THE FUTURE
Seventy years separate the Winter Olympics of 1956 and the upcoming ones of 2026. In Cortina, we can still experience the flair of this small mountain town through historic photos, learning for example, about Toni Sailer, who won gold medals in every alpine ski category, and also seeing structures built for the games that are still maintained with pride by the community. Cortina is surrounded by a ring of noteworthy Dolomite peaks and, apart from her role in the 1956 Olympics, has been the protagonist in several films, novels and happenings both nationally and worldwide.
MESSNER MOUNTAIN MUSEUM MMM
The Museums of the Mountaineer of the 8000.
In his own words: “I have dedicated a museum project to mountains and their culture, through six locations that inhabit extraordinary positions in South Tyrol and Belluno. The Messner Mountain Museums are places to encounter the alpine world, the peoples that inhabit it and ourselves. Every visit is an excursion in high elevation.” We can help you plan a visit to one of these unique museums.
THE ENCHANTING LAKES OF THE DOLOMITES
From the most famous, such as Lake Braies (well known due to the Italian television series “Un passo dal cielo” (A step from heaven), featuring the much loved Italian actor Terrence Hill) to less known lakes that have managed to conserve even more of their magic.
IN SEARCH OF THE MOST BEAUTIFUL TREKS AND WALKS IN THE DOLOMITES
We will work with you to choose an excursion promising an unforgettable day in nature. You will be picked up at the hotel by one of our vehicles and, accompanied by a certified hiking guide to experience the colors and textures of our beloved mountains.