Tre Cime Nature Park: Best Hikes, Via Ferratas & Photography Spots

Home to the most recognizable peaks of the Dolomites, the Tre Cime Nature Park is a paradise for outdoor and adventure enthusiasts. Countless hiking trails and via ferrata routes create a labyrinth that may be difficult to decipher if you don’t know the area. In this article, I will uncover all the hiking, climbing, backpacking, and photography opportunities that await you in Tre Cime Nature Park.

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A Few Facts About The Tre Cime Nature Park

  • Established in 1981
  • Renamed to Tre Cime Nature Park in 2010
  • Since 2009 enlisted as a UNESCO World Heritage Site
  • Covers an area of 11600 hectares
  • Located in the South Tyrol region

Best Hikes In The Tre Cime Nature Park

Above you can see the map of the hikes. Click on each trail to open a window on the left side that will tell you its name. Keep reading to learn the details about each hike including distance, elevation gain, and time required to complete it.

TIP: All distances and times provided include the way there and back but don’t include breaks.

1. Croda Fiscalina Circuit

  • Distance: 19.2 km / 11.9 mi
  • Elevation gain: 1180 m / 3870 ft
  • Time required: 8-10 hours
  • Color on the map: green
Hiking In The Tre Cime Nature Park

I am kicking off the list with my favorite hike in the Tre Cime Park, the Croda Fiscalina Circuit. As the name suggests, the trail circles Croda Fiscalina, one of the summits in the Tre Cime Nature Park.

Going hungry along this trail is not possible, because you will walk by 4 fantastic mountain huts, where you can savor local cuisine.

As for the views, you can’t go wrong with choosing this hike. It first leads through the beautiful Fiscalina Valley taking you to the foot of Croda Dei Toni (Zwölferkofel) then continues to rifugio Locatelli, where you will get the classic view of the Three Peaks (Tre Cime).

Read More: Guide To The Croda Fiscalina Circuit Hike

2. Tre Cime Circuit

  • Distance: 9.5 km / 5.9 mi
  • Elevation gain: ca. 400 m / 1250 ft
  • Time required: 4-5 h
  • Color on the map: red

The Tre Cime Circuit belongs to the classic hikes in the Dolomites. It’s neither too long nor too strenuous and it’s the perfect trail for someone who does not have a lot of hiking experience.

The trail circles the Three Peaks, the famous limestones that gave the park its name. It crosses Forcella Lavaredo – one of the iconic photography spots in the Dolomites, then continues to the buzzing Locatelli hut.

If you are looking for solitude this trail is not for you. It’s one of the busiest hikes in the Dolomites, so if you are looking for other ways to see the peaks, then Croda Fiscalina Circuit, Tre Scarperi Circuit, or the hike through Val Rinbon will be a better choice.

Read More: Guide To The Tre Cime Circuit Hike

3. Dreischusterspitze (Tre Scarperi) Circuit

  • Distance: 14.6 km / 13.5 mi
  • Elevation gain: 979 m / 3211 feet
  • Time required: 6-7 hours
  • Color on the map: pink
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If you study the map above, you will notice, that Tre Scarperi Circuit is a U-shaped hike rather than a circuit, which means it starts and ends in different locations.

However, both trailheads can be reached via public transport so relocation isn’t a problem. I called the hike a circuit because it does indeed circle Monte Tre Scarperi (Dreischusterspitze).

The hike starts in the Campo Di Dentro valley, climbs to Rifugio Locatelli, descends through the Sassovecchio Valley, and ends in Fiscalina Valley. You will get a chance to cover 4 amazing corners of Tre Cime Nature Park in one day.

4. Sentiero Dei Camiosci

  • Distance: 4.8 km / 3 mi
  • Elevation gain: 344 m / 1130 ft
  • Time required: 1.5 – 2.5 h
  • Color on the map: yellow
Monte Popera circuit day 1 2

If you are looking for a family-friendly hike in the Tre Cime Nature Park, then consider walking the Sentiero Dei Camiosci.

The hike starts at the top of the Croda Rossa Gondola on a small high alpine plateau called Rotwandwiese with a beautiful view of Monte Croda Rossa. The trail covers 344 meters of elevation in just under 5 kilometers. Most of the elevation is done in the first quarter of the distance.

This hike is also a good choice for a hot summer day, as a lot of the trail leads within the tree line providing some cool shade. Don’t worry though, there are plenty of lookout points along the way, from where you can admire Fiscalina Valley and the peaks surrounding it on either side.

5. Val Rinbon to Rifugio Locatelli

  • Distance: 16.1 km / 12.4 mi
  • Elevation gain: 980 / 3215 ft
  • Time required: 7-9 hours
  • Color on the map: blue
Val Rinbon 1

If you would like to reach the Locatelli hut and admire the views of the Three Peaks without the usual crowds seen on the Tre Cime Circuit, then consider hiking to the hut through the Rinbon Valley. It’s not the easiest way to reach the famous view, but certainly more rewarding.

The hike leads through a narrow valley following a river stream. The trail starts in the Landro Valley, close to two beautiful lakes: Landro and Dobiacco. Make sure to stop near the lakes for a quick photo, when visiting this area.

6. Monte Paterno Circuit

  • Distance: 13 km / 8.1 mi
  • Elevation gain: 680 m / 2230 ft
  • Time required: 4-5 hours
  • Color on the map: orange
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For the first 20-30 minutes Monte Paterno circuit intersects with the Tre Cime Circuit, but once you reach the Lavaredo Hut the trail branches off leaving the majority of the crowd behind.

You will then circle another prominent peak in the area – Monte Paterno. There is a beginner via ferrata that goes to its summit, but I will get to that later.

I recommend hiking this route if you want to break away from other hikes, but still want to see all the highlights of the Tre Cime Nature Park.

7. Kreuzberg Pass to Rifugio Berti Circuit

  • Distance: 10.5 km / 6.5 mi
  • Elevation gain: 823 m / 2700 ft
  • Time required: 4-5 hours
  • Color on the map: purple
Guide To The Tre Cime Nature Park

It’s time for some more off-the-beaten-path hikes in the Tre Cime Nature Park. First on the menu is the circuit hike from Kreuzberg Pass to Rifugio Berti and back.

The trail is located on the East side of the park. Apart from a short zig-zag route on the scree slope in the first part of the hike, most of the circuit is rather easy. Plan a longer break near the tiny lake Popera. The surrounding jagged peaks will certainly leave a lasting impression on you.

8. Giralba to Rifugio Carducci

  • Distance: 14.8 km / 9.2 mi
  • Elevation gain: 1289 m / 4232 ft
  • Time required: 6-7 hours
  • Color on the map: turquoise
View From Rifugio Carducci 1

If hiking in the crowds is a hard pass for you, then this trail following the narrow Giralba Valley will be perfect for you. Though strenuous (for each kilometer walked you gain ca. 175 meters of elevation) you will be stopping a lot to admire the steep mountain slopes ahead of you.

At the end of the hike, the cute Rifugio Carducci and its wide array of South Tirol’s mountain cuisine await. To my surprise, we encountered some free-range chickens roaming outside. If like me you hike with a furry friend make sure to keep it leashed around the hut.

The trailhead of this hike lies close to the town of Auronzo on the Southern border of the Tre Cime Nature Park. This is a great town to stay in if you want a more immersive local experience.

Best Via Ferratas In The Tre Cime Nature Park

Tre Cime Nature Park is a playground for those who enjoy scrambling. There are plenty of via ferrata routes scattered around the park from beginner to advanced level and I can proudly say I have done almost all of them.

1. Via Ferrata Croda Rossa (Rotwandspitze)

  • Difficulty level: beginner
  • Time required: 5-6 hours
Croda Rossa Summit 2

Tre Cime Nature Park is filled with World War I history. Tunnels, trenches, and most of all via ferratas are all the remnants of the battles that happened here over a century ago. You will find plenty of WWI memorabilia on the Croda Rossa iron path.

The route leads to the summit of Corda Rossa (Rotwandspitze) from where you get a fantastic panoramic view of the Tre Cime park, as well as the snow-capped peaks of the Austrian Alps. To my surprise, I even spotted the summit of Mt Triglav – the highest mountain in Slovenia!

Coming soon: Guide To Via Ferrata Croda Rossa & Zandonella

2. Via Ferrata Zandonella

  • Difficulty level: intermediate
  • Time required: 7-8 hours
Via Ferrata Zandonella 3

Via Ferrata Zandonella also leads to the summit of Croda Rossa but along the southern flanks of the mountain. The route is slightly harder and steeper, with a lot more cable time.

What you get in return is solitude as this route is a lot is a lot less frequented. Both Via Ferrata Croda Rossa and Zandonella can be combined into a full-day summit adventure.

2. Via Ferrata Severino Casara (Zwölferkofler)

  • Difficulty level: intermediate
  • Time required: 5-7 hours (excluding hut approach)
Via Ferrata Severino Casara 12

Severino Casara is the classic via ferrata route in the Tre Cime Nature Park. It circles the Zwölferkoffel mountain (Croda Dei Toni), one of the most distinguishable peaks in the area.

The route can be walked either in the clockwise or counterclockwise direction.

Coming soon: Guide To Via Ferrata Severino Casara

3. Via Ferrata Roghel & Ciengia Gabriella

  • Difficulty level: advanced
  • Time required: 9-10 hours (overnight hut stay required)

If you are looking for a challenge via ferrata in the Tre Cime Nature Park then look into the Roghel & Ciengia Gabriella iron paths. Technically, they are two separate routes, but it’s best to combine them.

Via ferratas Roghel & Ciengia Gabriella connect Rifugio Berti with Rifugio Carducci. You will have to plan an overnight stay in one (or both huts) to be able to complete it.

Coming soon: Guide To Via Ferrata Roghel & Ciengia Gabriella

4. Via Ferrata Torre Di Toblin

  • Difficulty level: intermediate
  • Time required: 1.5-2 hours (plus 2 hours approach)
Torre di Toblin 14

Via Ferrata Torre Di Toblin has a special place in my heart. It was the very first iron path I completed back in 2018 when I first visited the Dolomites.

This short route is located right in the heart of the Tre Cime Nature Park. It follows a series of cables and ladders to the small summit of the Toblin Tower. From the top, you get excellent panoramic views of the Three Peaks, Monte Paterno, and Monte Tre Scarperi.

Read More: Guide To Via Ferrata Torre Di Toblin

5. Via Ferrata Strada Degli Alpini (Alpinisteig)

  • Difficulty level: beginner
  • Time required: 5-6 hours
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This excellent traverse follows a series of ledges along the western flanks of Monte Popera and Cima Undici. There is almost no scrambling involved along this route, but a strong head for heights is a must.

A big part of the route follows narrow ledges with a few hundred-meter drop to the side. The fantastic view towards Croda Dei Toni (Zwölferkoffel) will accompany you most of the way.

Read More: Guide To Via Ferrata Strada Degli Alpini (Alpinisteig)

6. Via Ferrata De Luca (Innerkofler)

  • Difficulty level: beginner
  • Time required: 2.5-3 hours
Via Ferrata Innerkofler 19

Another great beginner route for someone who wants to give via ferratas a go. The De Luca Iron Path follows a series of tunnels starting near the Locatelli hut and taking you to the summit of Monte Paterno.

The top of Monte Paterno provides fantastic views of Tre Cime as well as other prominent peaks of the park.

Read More: Guide To Via Ferrata De Luca (Innerkofler)

7. Via Ferrata Sentiero Bonacossa

  • Difficulty level: beginner
  • Time required: 5-6 hours
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Via Ferrata Sentiero Bonacossa connects Rifugio Auronzo with Rifugio Fonda Savio. The latter lies just outside of the Tre Cime Nature Park boundary.

The route is mostly known for its famous lookout – The Cadini Di Misurina viewpoint. It’s a beloved spot for Instagrammers. Most people only hike to the viewpoint and back. The cable-protected section starts after the lookout.

8. Via Ferrata Merlone

  • Difficulty level: intermediate
  • Time required: 3-4 hours (not including hut approach)
Alta Via 4 Extension Via Ferrata Merlone 4

Technically, Via Ferrata Merlone lies just outside of the Tre Cime Nature Park boundary, but since it is one of my favorite intermediate iron paths in the Dolomites I wanted to give it a mention.

The route starts at Rifugio Fonda Savio and takes you to the summit of Cima Cadin in the Cadini di Misurina group. From the top, you see a unique view of the southern faces of the Three Peaks. They look entirely different from their northern faces.

Read More: Guide To Via Ferrata Merlone

10 Best Photography Spots In The Tre Cime Nature Park

1. Rifugio Locatelli

If you are after the classic view of the Tre Cime then book a night or two at the Locatelli hut. The hut faces South and has a direct view of the northern faces of Tre Cime.

2. Cadini Di Misurina Viewpoint

Cadini Di Misurina viewpoint 1

I already talked about the Cadini di Misurina viewpoint above, when I mentioned via ferrata Sentiero Bonacossa. Whilst the viewpoint lies directly on the route, you don’t need any via ferrata equipment if you want to only see the viewpoint.

The lookout is around a 30-40 minute hike from the Auronzo hut. This beloved outcrop looks onto the Cadini di Misurina group and its jagged peaks.

3. Forcella Lavaredo

Forcella Lavaredo

Another classic view of the Three Peaks is from the Lavaredo Saddle. You cross it when hiking the Tre Cime Circuit. It’s only around a 30-40 minute walk away from the trailhead near Rifugio Auronzo. My favorite time to photograph the Three Peaks from Forcella Lavaredo is during sunrise.

4. Laghi Dei Piani

Laghi Dei Piani 1

If you love to photograph bodies of water, particularly with mountains reflecting in them, then plan a sunrise or sunset shoot at Laghi Dei Piani. Laghi in Italian translates to lakes. They are located around a 10-minute walk from the Locatelli hut.

5. Tre Cime Tunnel View

Tunnels Tre Cime NP

Remember what I said about the World War History prevalent around the Tre Cime Nature Park? There are plenty of tunnel networks and caves around the Locatelli hut, that were dug by soldiers during the occupation times.

One in particular has gained popularity amongst photographers, as its opening perfectly frames the Three Peaks. The tunnel can be reached by a 15-minute uphill hike from the Locatelli hut.

6. Val Fiscalina

Croda Fiscalina Circuit Summer 4

The entry to the Fiscalina Valley is one of my favorite photography spots in the Tre Cime Nature Park. I hiked here many times before and each time I was left in awe of the dramatic peaks shooting straight from the valley floor.

If you are after an easy to get to photography spot, add it to your list. It’s only a few minutes walk from the car park.

7. Croda Fiscalina Summit

Croda Fiscalina Circuit Summer 15

The summit of Croda Fiscalina provides, in my opinion, the best view of Zwölferkoffel (Croda Dei Toni). If you would like to shoot from this location then it is best if you plan an overnight stay in Rifugio Pian Di Cengia (Buellelejochhuette).

The summit can be reached within 45 minutes of leaving the hut. You also get to see other famous peaks of the Tre Cime Nature Park, including Tre Cime.

8. Vallon Popera

Croda Rossa Sunrise 1

This was my newest discovery during my last visit to the park in September 2023. The plan was to stay overnight in Rifugio Berti, but due to a miscalculation on my side, I ended up bivouacking near a stream not too far from the hut. I woke up to the view of the first light hitting the peaks of Croda Rossa right in front of me.

9. Cadin Di Longeres Valley Viewpoint

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This is one of my favourite autumn photography spots in the Dolomites and I reckon you can understand why just looking at the picture. The Cadin Di Longeres valley is filled with larch trees and during fall, when they turn orange the whole scenery turns colorful.

The jagged peaks of the Cadini di Misurina to the left only add to the spectacle. The lookout is ca. a 20-minute downhill walk from the car park near Rifugio Auronzo.

10. Lago Antorno

Lago Antorno 1

Another classic photo location in the Tre Cime Nature Park is Lake Antorno. The lake provides reflections of the south faces of Three Peaks. The lake can be reached by car so not much preplanning is needed to visit the spot.

During the summer season, you can find wildflowers on its shoreline providing a great foreground for the photo. In the Fall the Larch trees surrounding the lake turn bright orange, adding colors to the scenery.

Mountain Huts In The Tre Cime Nature Park

1. Rifugio Locatelli (Dreizinnenhütte)

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The routes to and around the hut:

  • Tre Cime Circuit
  • Croda Fiscalina Circuit
  • Val Rinbon to Rifugio Locatelli
  • Tre Scarperi Circuit
  • Monte Paterno Circuit
  • Via Ferrata Torre Di Toblin
  • Via Ferrata Innerkofler

2. Rifugio Lavaredo

Rifugio Lavaredo 2

The routes to and around the hut:

  • Tre Cime Circuit
  • Monte Paterno Circuit
  • Via Ferrata Innerkofler

3. Rifugio Pian Di Cengia (Büllelejochhütte)

Rifugio Pian Di Cengia 1 edited

The routes to and around the hut:

  • Croda Fiscalina Circuit
  • Via Ferrata Severino Casara
  • Via Ferrata Strada Degli Alpini

4. Rifugio Berti

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The routes to and around the hut:

  • Via Ferrata Zandonella
  • Kreuzberg Pass to Rifugio Berti Circuit
  • Via Ferrata Roghel & Ciengia Gabriella

5. Rifugio Carducci

Rifugio Carducci edited

The routes to and around the hut:

  • Giralba to Rifugio Carducci
  • Via Ferrata Severino Casara
  • Via Ferrata Roghel & Ciengia Gabriella
  • Via Ferrata Strada Degli Alpini

6. Rifugio Zsigmondy Comici

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The routes to and around the hut:

  • Croda Fiscalina Circuit
  • Via Ferrata Severino Casara
  • Via Ferrata Strada Degli Alpini

7. Rifugio Auronzo

Rifugio Auronzo

The routes to and around the hut:

  • Tre Cime Circuit
  • Monte Paterno Circuit
  • Via Ferrata Sentiero Bonacossa

8. Rifugio Tre Scarperi (Dreischüsterhütte)

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The routes to and around the hut:

  • Tre Scarperi Circuit

9. Rifugio Fondovalle (Talschlusshütte)

Rifugio Fondovalle 1

The routes to and around the hut:

  • Croda Fiscalina Circuit
  • Tre Scarperi Circuit

Multiday Treks In Tre Cime Nature Park

There is no better way to explore the Dolomites than on foot. The excellent alpine hut network in the Tre Cime Nature Park allows for planning multiday routes with overnight hut stays. They connect many of the day hikes with via ferratas allowing you to use your time spent in the park to the maximum.

1. Tre Cime Traverse

  • Number of days: 3-5 days
  • Total Distance: 25.5 – 36.5 km / 15.8 – 2.7 mi (without or with extensions)
Croda Fiscalina Circuit Summer 21

If you want to tick off the highlight of the Tre Cime Nature Park, then this traverse will be perfect for you. You will get to visit many of the photography spots I mentioned above including Val Fiscalina, Croda Fiscalina Summit, Rifugio Locatelli, Laghi Dei Piani, and last but not least the Cadini di Misurina viewpoint.

Read more: Multiday Hut-To-Hut Traverse of the Tre Cime Nature Park

2. Monte Popera Circuit

  • Number of days: 3-4
  • Total Distance: 43.9 km / 27.3 mi
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This multiday circuit is for adventure junkies. The Monte Popera circuit encompasses 6 via ferrata done over only 4 days. Expect long days spent hiking and scrambling followed by cozy nights in some of the best huts in the Tre Cime Nature Park.

Read more: Comprehensive Guide to the Monte Popera Circuit

3. Alta Via 4

  • Number of days: 5-6
  • Total Distance: 98 km / 61 mi (not including extensions)
Alta Via 4 Day 2 7

Alta Via 4 is one of the 6 official Alta Vias in the Dolomites. They are multiday hut-to-hut routes that traverse the Dolomites from North to South.

The first two days of Alta Via 4 are spent in the Tre Cime Nature Park starting in Val Campo Di Dentro and passing through rifugios Tre Scarperi, Locatelli, and Auronzo before heading onto Via Ferrata Sentiero Bonacossa. This is an exhilarating but challenging traverse with many via ferratas involved.

Read more: Epic Guide to Alta Via 4

Best Towns To Stay If You Want To Visit Tre Cime Nature Park

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Lake Auronzo in Auronzo di Cadore town

1. San Candido (Inninchen)

The municipality in San Candido is a part of the Tre Cime Nature Park. Stay in San Candido if you want to do the following routes:

  • Tre Scarperi Circuit
  • Croda Fiscalina Circuit
  • Sentiero Dei Camiosci
  • Val Rinbon to Rifugio Locatelli
  • Via Ferrata Croda Rossa
  • Via Ferrata Zandonella
  • Via Ferrata Strada Degli Alpini
  • Via Ferrata Severino Casara

Check accommodation prices in San Candido

How to reach San Candido

San Candido is located in Val Pusteria on the North side of the Tre Cime Nature Park. There is a train station in town which makes it easy to reach via public transport. Travel times (by car) to San Candido from the closest international airports are as follows:

  • Innsbruck: 139 km / 2 hours
  • Munich: 330 km / 4 hours
  • Venice (Marco Polo): 174 km / 2.5 hours
  • Milan (Bergamo): 365 km / 4.5 hours

2. Sesto (Sexten)

Sesto is only a few minutes further from San Candido. It is located in the Sesto Valley, which branches off the Puster Valley. It’s best to stay in Sesto if you plan to do the following routes:

  • Tre Scarperi Circuit
  • Croda Fiscalina Circuit
  • Sentiero Dei Camiosci
  • Kreuzberg Pass to Rifugio Berti Circuit
  • Via Ferrata Croda Rossa
  • Via Ferrata Zandonella
  • Via Ferrata Strada Degli Alpini
  • Via Ferrata Severino Casara

Check accommodation prices in Sesto

3. Misurina

Misurina is a tiny little town built on the Misurina lake. It seems to be built purely for tourists visiting Tre Cime. There are only a few hotels and shops here. If you want to be very close to the main attractions of the park then stay here. It’s best to stay in Misurina if you want to do the following routes:

  • Tre Cime Circuit
  • Monte Paterno Circuit
  • Via Ferrata Sentiero Bonacossa
  • Via Ferrata Merlone
  • Via Ferrata Innerkofler
  • Via Ferrata Torre Di Toblin

Check accommodation prices in Misurina

How to reach Misurina

Misurina borders the west side of the Tre Cime Nature Park. There are no trains here, but you can reach it by public bus from either Dobiacco or Cortina. If you are travelling by car this is how long it takes to reach Misurina from the following airports:

  • Innsbruck: 152 km / 2 h 15 min
  • Munich: 346 km / 4 h 15 min
  • Venice (Marco Polo): 162 km / 2 h 10 min
  • Milan (Bergamo): 383 km / 4.5 hours

4. Auronzo di Cadore

If you are looking for a town in the Dolomites with more local flair, then consider staying in Auronzo. The town lies on the southern border of the Tre Cime Nature Park and the shoreline of a beautiful turquoise lake. Auronzo has great access to more off-the-beaten-path hikes. It’s best to stay here if you want to do the following routes:

  • Giralba To Rifugio Carducci
  • Kreuzberg Pass to Rifugio Berti Circuit
  • Via Ferrata Roghel & Ciengia Gabriella

Check accommodation prices in Auronzo

How to reach Auronzo Di Cadore

If you plan to stay a few days in Auronzo then it is best to rent a car as public transport in this part of the Dolomites is limited. Below are travel times from all the closest international airports:

  • Innsbruck: 175 km / 2 h 40 min
  • Munich: 369 km / 4 h 40 min
  • Venice (Marco Polo): 138 km / 1 h 30 min
  • Milan (Bergamo): 358 km / 3 h 40 min

5. Cortina D’Ampezzo

Whilst Cortina is the furthest away from Tre Cime Nature Park compared to the previously mentioned towns, it’s a good place to base yourself, especially if you also want to see other parts of the Dolomites.

Cortina offers access to many great hiking trails such as Lake Sorapiss or Croda Da Lago Circuit and has plenty of via ferrata routes. Buses run regularly from Cortina to Rifugio Auronzo (around 1 hour travel time), where many hikes in the Tre Cime Nature Park start including the following:

  • Tre Cime Circuit
  • Monte Paterno Circuit
  • Via Ferrata Sentiero Bonacossa
  • Via Ferrata Merlone
  • Via Ferrata Innerkofler
  • Via Ferrata Torre Di Toblin

Check accommodation prices in Cortina d’Ampezzo

How to reach Cortina D’Ampezzo

Daily shuttles run from Venice airport to Cortina D’Ampezzo, but in my opinion, renting a car is the most optimal option if you want to explore at your own pace without being tied to schedules. Below are the travel times from the international airports.

  • Innsbruck: 164 km / 2 h 25 min
  • Munich: 358 km / 4 h 30 min
  • Venice (Marco Polo): 148 km / 1 h 50 min
  • Milan (Bergamo): 368 km / 4 hours

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Marta
Marta

Hi! I am the photographer and creator of www.inafarawayland.com. I come from Poland, but I've been living, travelling and working around the globe since I turned 18. A few years ago, during one of my trips to Scotland, I bought my first DSLR and my adventure with photography began. When I am not stuck to my computer editing photos, you can find me hiking somewhere in the mountains.

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