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Multi-activity family adventure in the Dolomites


Come together with your loved ones and join certified guide Marika on an unforgettable family adventure in the Dolomites. Enjoy hiking and via ferrata exploration on a thrilling program with fun options for everyone in an awe-inspiring location and take home the best of memories as a souvenir.


Dolomite Mountains

4 Days

May - Oct


All levels


* Enjoy the togetherness of an unforgettable family adventure in the Dolomites.

* Practice scrambling, rappelling, via ferrata and even exploring WWI tunnels.

* Discover stunning landscapes with a unique flora, fauna, and history.

* Rest in comfortable huts with delicious cuisine when the day is done.


Would you like to enjoy a unique family adventure in the Dolomites? Then join me on this 4-day program in Cortina d’Ampezzo and I will show you some amazing WWI tunnels, via ferratas and rock climbing options for all levels that will make your family holiday unforgettable!

Outdoor adventures are a great way for families to bond and the Dolomites offer a wide variety of options as well as stunning landscapes to explore. On this 4-day program, I have designed an itinerary that combines different activities to keep things fun and interesting for everyone. Each day, we will enjoy a hike and a climb or a via ferrata. However, the program can be adapted to suit everyone’s needs, and some of the activities are optional.

On this program, we will sleep in 3 different huts. Each hut is no more than a 2-hour hike away from the next. Therefore, participants will need to be able to hike a minimum of 2 hours a day. Of course, there will be plenty more to do if you are up for it too! I will be there every step of the way to help and guide you. Children as young as 5 can join. You can find a detailed description of the itinerary below.

You can also read about one family’s adventure in the Dolomites here.

So, are you ready for an exciting outdoor holiday with your loved ones? Then contact me now and let’s start planning a thrilling family adventure in the Dolomites!

Or if you prefer, I also offer tailored via ferrata adventures in the Dolomites.

Price includes

- Guiding fee

- Rope

- Harness

- Helmet

Price details

Helmet, headlamps, harness, via ferrata set, and all technical gear is included. Participants will need to bring a waterproof jacket, suitable shoes with Vibram sole (no sneakers), half finger gloves and hiking clothes


Day 1: World War 1 tunnels

8.30-9.00 Meeting on Passo Falzarego. Today highlight will be the World War 1 tunnels. We may take the cable car to Lagazuoi and walk down through the tunnels or we may hike up (3 hrs) to Lagazuoi and then walk down through the tunnels. Afterward, we can go on an extra hike to Sass the Stria and enjoy another 360° view or do some rock climbing on monopitches, or an easy via ferrata (Fusetti on Sass de Stria).

Day 2: Averau via ferrata

We will hike for a couple of hours on the beautiful 419 trail to reach Rifugio Averau where we’ll rest and drop some weight of our backpacks to go climbing on the Averau via ferrata. Then we’ll hike down (20 minutes) to our hut (Rifugio Scoiattoli).

Day 3: Rock climbing on Cinque Torri

We will start the day with some rock climbing on the charming spires of Cinque Torri. After that, we’ll go hiking to our next hut, Malga Giau, a typical cow farm close to Passo Giau.

Day 4: Gusela del Nuvolau via ferrata

We will reach the top of Nuvolau climbing up 500 meters on the really easy Gusela del Nuvolau via ferrata. After reaching this 360° peak we can choose to either go down the easy way to Bai de Dones with a chairlift or hike back to the meeting point of Passo Falzarego.


Equipment you will need to bring

Technical equipment is included. Participants will need to bring a waterproof jacket, suitable shoes with Vibram sole (no sneakers), half finger gloves and hiking clothes.


What are some recommended accommodations near our adventure location?

We understand that finding the perfect place to stay is an essential part of your adventure experience. To help you with this, we’ve curated a list of three highly recommended hotels that offer comfort, convenience, and a touch of local charm. These accommodations are well-suited for adventurers looking to relax and rejuvenate after an exciting day of exploration
Hotel Diana Cadore Italy
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Hotel al Pelmo Cadore Italy
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Hotel Belvedere Cadore Italy
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About the guide

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Mountain Guide

I was born in Bozen and I have been living all my life long in Fassa Valley, Dolomites. That's why my native language is ladin, a reto-romanic language spoken around Sella.

My big passion besides traveling is mountains and guiding because I love to show the people the beauty of the mountains.

I was a member of the Italian National Alpine Ski from 1990 to 1997 when I became Ski Instructor. In 2009

I became an IFMAG Mountain guide. I guide in the Dolomites, Sarca valley, Sizialian vulcanoes, Ortles Cevedale area, and Sardinia.


Italian | German | English



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What people are saying about this trip



Really good setup the communication with explore-share was good and fast. The guide Marika know very much about the area and adapted the trip to our wishes and the weather. She was also very helpful both before and during the trip. Marikas attitude is welcoming and warm and we can recommend her.



Every family leader should take their family to a trip like this! Such a bounding experience

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