With Dolomiti SuperSummer passes, mile-high walking and hiking on the Dolomites - UNESCO World Heritage Site – turn into invaluable opportunities to tune in the deep emotional atmosphere of the mountains and learn their most hidden secrets. Enjoy the impressive trails, the unrivalled views, their geological and botanical highlights, experience the challenge of via ferrata and discover the war history emplacements on the Dolomiti Hike Galaxy area.
Mountain Bike enthusiasts will love exploring the Dolomite Bike Galaxy, the home of epic rolling through downhill trails or speeding along turns and bridges in the bike parks. Alternatively, riders can enjoy the pleasure given by the enduro trails connecting one valley to the next or the charm of dirt roads amid massifs brushing against the sky.Find out more about Dolomiti Bike & Hike Galaxy
The Consortium sees easy access to the mountains as one of its primary missions. All the lifts are equipped to suit disabled people's needs and allow to reach the mountain tops without unimpeded access.
At the Lagazuoi cable car mountain station, the Lagazuoi EXPO Dolomiti exhibit spaces feature ramps and elevators, so that everyone can be able to visit the exhibitions. In addition, dedicated trails lead from the cable car mountain station to Rifugio Lagazuoi, the war emplacements, and the summit cross on Mt Piccolo Lagazuoi. The trails have a maximum 10% gradient and are designed for impaired persons who make use of wheelchairs or walking frames.
The Lagazuoi Cinque Torri area hosts the largest open-air Museum of the Great War. Take the cable car to the top of Mt Lagazuoi and visit the war emplacements, as the Sniper’s emplacement at the frontline Feldwachweg tunnel, guided by a historic reenactor wearing the vintage uniform of the 3rd Tiroler Kaiserjäger Regiment. Again on Mt Lagazuoi, the Presummit Gallery is an equipped trail through the mine gallery excavated in the heart of the mountain by the Italian soldiers during World War 1. Around the Cinque Torri and Mt Averau there are plenty of war trenches and fortifications along signposted and easily accessible trails.
Skipass Cortina summer is family-friendly. In Auronzo, above the Taiarezze-Malon chairlift, there is the longest Fun Bob rail in the world, for children and grown ups alike. The rails darts along spectacular straight lines, bends and hairpins. In Cortina, the Socrepes area offers two enjoyable attractions: