Join IFMGA certified mountain guide Marco on a snowshoeing tour through the Carnic Alps as well as the Friulian Dolomites in Northern Italy.
The Carnic Alps are a wonderful range in Northern Italy. They are filled with lakes, forests and beautiful peaks. And during the months from which this trip takes place, they are also completely blanketed with snow, giving it a gorgeous winter sheen. And on this trip, you will get to snowshoe through it. That is not all however, because you will also get to snowshoe through the Friulian Dolomites as well. Hence making this trip a 2 for 1 adventure that you will never forget.
Before the trip begins, we will discuss where you would like to go. We will also discuss which routes to take based on your skill level. As a result of the vastness of the area found in the Carnic Alps and the Friulian Dolomites, there are well tracked, easier paths for beginners and more wild, less explored routes for experts. But no matter what level you are at, and what route you choose, the large scale scenery can be seen. Which is a great thing because it’s absolutely incredible.
Some examples of the different parts of the Carnic Alps and the Friulian Dolomites you can enjoy include Sappada, Sauris, Forni di Sopra, Ravascletto, Erto and Cimolais.
This is a great trip for anybody who wants to explore the beauty of the Carnic Alps in the winter season. The contrast between how they appear in the winter as opposed to the spring and summer is stunning. And I have no doubt you will enjoy every minute of this snowshoeing tour. So if you want to join me on this amazing trip, please send me a request.
I can also lead you on a similar 1 day snowshoe tour through the Dolomites as well.
Participants should have proper footwear as well as appropriate winter clothing. I am going to provide you with snowshoes and sticks so remember please to bring winter boots and clothing as well.
I was still a child when my passion for high altitude began and grew with me. I was born in Trieste, Italy. Still young, I was carried by my parents, passionate trekkers, onto the mountains.
In the following years, I did all the activities one can do on mountains; from rock climbing to classic rock routes, to high altitude, to ice falls, to ski-touring, to free-riding, to spending every period of my free time wearing climbing shoes, ski-boots or crampons; the different equipment depended on the season I was in.
This passion for open spaces drove me and helped me make solid and long experiences in every kind of mountain activity there is. I graduated in Sports Science in order to pave the way to becoming an Alpine Guide.
Passion for outdoor life; independent of which activity you are doing—this is what I promote. Climbing, skiing, mountaineering, these activities are not a gym where we show off to others. They are reason to travel and explore new places that don’t belong in our ordinary, everyday life. They are a way to live as true adventurers. During any mountain trip, I take in the beauty of nature and enjoy relaxing in it.
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Group of 1
|EUR 360 each|
Group of 2
|EUR 185 each|
Group of 3
|EUR 123 each|
Group of 4
|EUR 92 each|
Group of 5
|EUR 82 each|
Group of 6
|EUR 72 each|
Group of 7
|EUR 61 each|
Group of 8
|EUR 51 each|
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• Guiding fee
• The price includes individual gear such as snowshoes and trekking poles, as well as the guide fee, but does not include the price of transport or lifts.
Marco was an excellent guide, very professional and safe! Our group was a first time Ferrara experience and he made sure that we were all comfortable at no point was there a rush... highly looking forward to booking again and taking the kids!! Highly recommend!!