May 30

Hot Spots of Italy’s Dolomite Mountains



Travel + Leisure offers a nice taste of the Italian Dolomites in their recent article, Hot Spots of Italy’s Dolomite Mountains. Their well-written piece does a nice job of capturing the essence and soul of the Dolomites experience.

What’s more, the article mentions most of the places that we visit and/or stay in during our Jubliäum Fronte Italiano hike (our 30th anniversary village-based hiking tour through the Italian Dolomites). The Rosa Alpina Hotel, Pizzinini’s private hut and the Rifugio Fanes all make appearances in the article.

Already been to the Dolomites? No problem. The story will rekindle fond memories.

Note: Our Jubiläum trip is completely sold out, but we still have space on some of our other Dolomites hiking tours. We can also arrange a customized self-guided hiking tour if, for some reason, a guided tour doesn’t work for you.

Treat yourself to Hot Spots of Italy’s Dolomite Mountains, but be forewarned; You’ll probably drool on your tablet/copy of the article.

Image by Ken Fuhrer.

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