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Snowshoeing Week in the Dolomites, near Cortina

UIMLA certified guide Emma would like to lead you on a week long snowshoeing expedition in the amazing Dolomites of Italy, near Cortina.

Mountain RangeDolomite Mountains
Duration7 days
Offer periodJan, Feb, Mar
Skill LevelIntermediate
Fitness LevelFit
Type of tripGroup


  • Spend a week snowshoeing through the Dolomites of Italy.

  • Scale several different peaks in the majestic range.

  • Spend each night in a comfortable hotel room.


Famous around the world for its array of amazing views and incredible peaks, the Dolomites of Italy are a true wonder. And on this week long snowshoeing expedition, you will get to explore a number of great peaks throughout the majestic mountain range.

Our trip in the Dolomites will take place not far away from Cortina d’Ampezzo, a ski resort town that is definitely worth a visit either before, or after this trip, or both if you have the time!

The trip will begin in Dobbiaco, which is where our hotel is located. From the hotel, every day, you will get to visit a new mountain pass or peak.  I know you’ll love each one.

The pass and peaks visited on this trip include the following.

  • Strudelkopf (2,307m)
  • Corni de Fana (2,663m)
  • Kalkstein Jochi (2,326m)
  • Tre Cime (The three peaks) (2,999m)
  • Kreuzberg Pass (1,636m)
  • Lutterkopf (2,295m)
  • Durakopf (2,275m)

With such a varied list of locations, you can be sure this trip will be as memorable as it will be enjoyable. However, due to the variety of locations, it is important for participants to be in good physical condition, as the pace of this trip will be constant. There will also be a lot of elevation throughout the week as well.

Exploring the Dolomites, particularly during the winter, is an unforgettable experience. And if you would like to enjoy that experience for yourself, for an entire week, all you have to do is send me a request.

I can also take you on another week long snowshoeing trip in Vallee de la Claree in the French Alps.


A comfortable group hotel.

More info

Participants should bring the following items with them: walking boots (must be waterproof), woolly hat, gloves, small rucksack, sunglasses, sun hat in warm weather, sun screen, lip balm, water and snacks and lunches.

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Day 1: Arrive in Dobbiaco

Day 2: Strudelkopf

Day 3: Corni de Fana

Day 4: Kalkstein Jochl

Day 5: Tre Cime

Day 6: Kreuzberger

Day 7: Lutterkopf and Durakopf

Day 8: Departure

About the guide

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I'm a qualified International Mountain Leader (IML) and I have been leading expeditions for the last 15 years. I have led the Tour du Mont Blanc over 40 times, the Everest Base Camp trek 27 times, Kilimanjaro 10 times, and I have also led trips in Nepal, Peru, Cuba, India, Bhutan, Cambodia, Thailand, the Alps, the Pyrenees, Russia, Uzbekistan and Madagascar, amongst others.

I'm a passionate skier, in 2009 I made the first ski descent of Manaslu, the 8th highest mountain in the world (8156m).

Fluent in French, Russian and Spanish, I also work as an interpreter and love to chat.

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Prices per person

Group of 1

GBP 1851 each

Group of 2

GBP 1851 each

Group of 3

GBP 1851 each

Group of 4

GBP 1851 each

Group of 5

GBP 1851 each

Group of 6

GBP 1851 each

Group of 7

GBP 1851 each

Group of 8

GBP 1851 each

Want a different number of travellers?

Price includes

• Guiding fee

• Accommodation

• Transport during the trip

• Meals: Breakfast, Dinner

Price details

• Along with the guiding fee, the price also includes accommodations, breakfasts and dinners, transportation and snowshoeing equipment, including snowshoes, poles, snow shovel, avalanche probe and receiver. However, the price does not include lunches, flights, travel insurance, airport transfers, personal drinks and snacks and gratuities.

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