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Have fun in the Dolomites with respect!

Summer sports such as hiking, climbing and mountain biking contribute to create a special relationship with nature and the mountain environment. Before setting out for a hike, a few hours’ walk or bike tour, you should plan your journey in advance and learn more about the place you are going to visit. Mountain sports require knowledge, experience, preparation, evaluation ability, common sense and carefulness. In summer the weather might be risky sometimes; thunderstorms and heavy rainfalls are more likely to happen in the afternoon, so you had better follow this old "CAI" (Club Alpino Italiano) motto: "Leave early, go back in time".



Hiking

10 tips to live the best outdoor experience




Plan your excursion according to your skills and the weather



Walk slowly, enjoy the landscape and the silence



Inform somebody about your itinerary, return time and possible changes



Rely on professionals (Alpine and local guides)




Help those in need. Call 112 only in case of real necessity



Make sure you have suitable clothes and equipment + some water and snacks



Respect the environment around you and its inhabitants. Bring back your rubbish



Follow the marked trails avoiding those in the bike park




To protect the wonders of nature, leave everything in its place



Bring your pet along, but keep it on a leash






Rescue - Emergency contact and services

- Alpine rescue/medical emergency, Phone 112
- Fire brigade, Phone 112
- Carabinieri, Phone 112
- Police, Phone 112


Mountain biking

10 tips to live the best bike experience




Plan your tour according to your skills and the weather



Enjoy the ride, the landscape and the silence



Adapt your riding to the characteristics and conditions of the ground



Rely on bike guides




Wear suitable clothes and equipment



Respect the environment around you and its inhabitants. Bring back your rubbish



Respect the trail and avoid the forbidden ones



Be cautious on cycle-pedestrian way




Help those in need



If you meet pedestrians and hikers, warn them of your approach and reduce your speed







Move carefully

While the wood revives, follow the signpost!

In October 2018 Trentino was hit by extreme weather conditions that damaged some of our beautiful paths, and subsequently these had to be temporarily closed down.

We are now working to restore the paths.

All updates and possible routes in Val di Fassa


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