August 24 – September 7, 2024

Dolomites East to West, from the unknown, lonely to the lively, known. Who has ever crossed the Dolomites? Who knows the Via Alpina, yellow trail? We want to tackle this great tour in the DAV, Bremen section. The whole hike will take about 14 days – from the Friulan Dolomites to the Sciliar / Catinaccio.

We start in Forni di Sopra and end in Tires, with 14 days on mainly red paths. The few black spots (mainly in the Friulan Dolomites) we can avoid (depending on the ability of the group). Nevertheless, as always in the Dolomites, the paths are often steep, detrital covered and exposed. The daily hikes usually range between 1,000 and 1,3000 meters in ascent and descent. This is therefore a tour for experienced hikers with a very good level of fitness.

We are rewarded with unique panoramas and especially in the first week with peace, solitude and paths that are away from the hustle and bustle. We stay mostly in simple huts of the Italian Alpine Club CAI, in the valley also in double and shared rooms.

Since the start and finish are several hours apart by car, we strongly recommend arriving by public transport. We meet on the arrival day in the evening in Villach, Austria (easily accessible by train) and go together on the 1st tour day to the starting point. From the end point in Tires there are regular buses to Bolzano .

Number of participants: 4 – 7

Guide: Karen Schulz-Kiske

Price: approx. 310 – 540 € (depending on number of participants)

This is included in the price: Planning, organization and tour guide.

This is extra: Costs for food and accommodation (accommodation about 950 € with bed / breakfast, half board as of today on 10 days), dinner on the days without HP, personal food on the road, arrival and departure.

Registration deadline: January 15, 2024

Info event: March 23, 2024

Requirements: surefootedness, freedom from vertigo, condition for daily stages up to 8 hours walking time and 1,300 meters of altitude in the ascent over 2 weeks.

Difficulty: technique 2, fitness 3

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