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Activities for Families



Cortina, San Vito di Cadore, Auronzo, and Misurina: their mountains, pristine environments, fresh air, wide expanses, and open green spaces are the perfect destination for a family holiday.

Every day, the area offers new and exciting adventures to experience, whether hiking or riding mountain bikes: its stunning natural environment, adventure parks,WW1 historical sites, and much more.

The Dolomiti Supersummer Points Value Card is the most convenient ticket for the whole family. This transferable ticket for families and hikers is valid from May 13 to November 5, 2023 and can be purchased either  as an 800 point-card (€ 80) or a 1400-point card (€ 140). Free access is granted to children aged 8 or younger, born after January 1st, 2015, when accompanied on the lift by an adult, holder of a valid value card. The points  required are deducted for each ride, the number of units varies on each lift and is deducted both for the ride up and the ride down. Access to the lifts is not allowed in case of insufficient points and the card cannot be topped up at the lift station. The transport of bikes and pets is NOT included in the card and some lifts may require the payment of an additional cost.




Fun Bob and Adventure Park in Auronzo


Auronzo di Cadore is the ideal destination for family-friendly holidays. The longest Fun Bob rail in Europe boasts a 3 -km long track and is the most appreciated and enjoyed summer attraction in the Mt Agudo area

Ride the chairlift up to the start of the track.  Take the bobsled, push the lever forward and let the fun begin. The track features straight stretches, hairpins, and spectacular parabolic curves down slopes that in winter become ski runs. 

Close to the lifts, there is the Tre Cime Adventure Park: a masterly constructed aerial park, featuring five courses of different heights and difficulties, to please adventurous visitors of any age. Little ones ( 3-5 years old) can have fun playing  on the easy course dedicated to young kids



The Col Druscié Astro Ring in the Tofane area

In a few minutes, the new Freccia nel Cielo gondola takes excursionists from Cortina centre up to Col Drusciè and the  nearby “Helmut Ullrich ”Astronomical Observatory, where astronomy lovers may have the opportunity to observe the heavenly vault, the stars, and the sun.  

The educational-naturalistic Col Druciè Astro Ring tour develops along two themed itineraries,  “The Trail of the Planets ” and “The Trail of the Universe”, winding through the hill’s enchanting forest. The former path is about the Solar System with dedicated panels explaining its features and the planets’ positions, while the latter illustrates the main features of  stars and galaxies and the history of the universe.




Faloria-Cristallo. Cliffhanger Lodge and the Naturalistic Trail

Faloria cable car is an attraction itself. In a few minutes, this well-known historical lift takes the younger ones and their families from the centre of Cortina d’Ampezzo up to Rifugio Faloria at  2120 m.

From the top, hikers may venture along a nice short walk, mostly level, offering unique views of the valley below and the surrounding peaks.

But that’s not all. Movie lovers will be amazed to discover that in 1993 the old cable-car station was chosen  as the set of “Cliffhanger”, the action-adventure movie starring Silvester Stallone.

This leisurely walk  in a wonderful natural environment, with no hazards whatsoever,  is perfect for families.





At Socrepes in the Tofane area: Playground and Baby Ranch in the Dolomites


The whole Tofane area is well served by chairlifts. The ISTA Company aims to take care of family needs by paying great attention to children and their interaction with nature, without forgetting all the fun and the educational highlights provided by the environment.

The Playground lies on the amazing  meadows of the Tofane area, offering stunning views of the Queen of the Dolomites. The park features swings and slides, a spring course where children can test their balance, a giant wooden marbles run, and the new “Pista Tubby”, an exciting activity for children and adults alike.

The Baby Ranch Dolomiti and the Baby Farm cannot be missed. Here, children will learn how to respect animals, about their habitat, and they may even learn how to ride little ponies. 




Lagazuoi – 5 Torri – Giau Area: Open-air Museum and Naturalistic Highlights

The Lagazuoi - 5 Torri - Passo Giau area has been a silent witness of history. The area still keeps several invaluable pieces of evidence brought back to life thanks to an amazing conservative restoration project, aiming to promote their educational value. Thanks to lift facilities, the largest Open Air Museum of the “Great War”, as WW1 is referred to in the region,  is accessible to everyone, even to wheelchair users.

For an exciting adventure, wear your helmet and a headlamp and visit the Open Air Museums of World War 1. Young explorers will be happy to discover and learn about important history facts. Alongside itineraries of historical interest, there are several opportunities to explore geological and naturalistic highlights in one of the most enchanting areas of the Natural Park of the Ampezzo Dolomites.





Hiking to the Summit Crosses

For sure, climbing to the top of a mountain is an exciting and intense experience. However, it might not be suitable for everyone, especially children. Now, thanks to Cortina Skiworld lift facilities, even the younger ones can experience the thrill of seeing the world from above. There are two summit crosses which can be easily reached by cable car, namely: the one on Mt Lagazuoi and the one on Cima Tofana.

LAGAZUOI: A few-minute ride on the cable car takes visitors from Passo Falzarego to Rifugio Lagazuoi, 2752 m. From the mountain guesthouse, take a wide easy   path, accessible to prams and wheelchair users, leading to the summit cross at 2778 m. The cross was erected to honour the victims of World War 1 which was fought on Mt Lagazuoi and the surrounding mountains. From the summit, enjoy the expansive views spanning all around the mountains, among which the Tofane Group, Marmolada, Piz Boe and Mt Civetta stand out.

CIMA TOFANA:  Take the Freccia nel Cielo gondola from Cortina centre up to Col Druscié, then take the first cable car up to Ra Valles and finally, the second cable car up to Cima Tofana, the summit of Tofana di Mezzo. Walk along an easy path to the summit cross on the top of the Summit, at 3244 m,  and enjoy the spectacular, unique, even mystical  views  that will make you feel in heaven.            




Rock Climbing with the Alpine Guides

Cortina Alpine Guides and Cortina 360 Guides offer a wide range of activities, especially designed for children, to help the younger ones approach the mountains in a safe and fun environment.

Younger climbers can safely learn how to take their first steps up a rockface. Starting from the correct use of climbing gear - such as belay devices, carabiners,  ropes, and knots -  they will learn how to climb up Cortina’s wonderful rocky walls and  through war tunnels,  while learning about high altitude wildlife.