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Hiking through the Alpine Paths of the Dolomites

The Alpine Path is a high mountain hiking trail that can be divided into several stages (minimum four up to a maximum of twelve), which can be traveled over several days, depending on their physical condition. Each Alpine Path varies according to degree of difficulty (from a touristic level - T - to the excursionist for experts with climbing equipment - EEA), mileage and travel time. Along the way, you will find alpine huts, bivouacs and huts to lean on. The most fascinating High Routes are also the most famous ones that cross the magnificent Dolomites: the Alpine Path of the Dolomites no. 1, the classic, from the Braies Lake in the holiday region Three Peaks in the Dolomites to Belluno, the Alpine Path of the Dolomites no.4 from San Candido to Pieve di Cadore or the Alpine Path of the Dolomites no.5 from Sesto to Pieve di Cadore. There are eight Alpine Paths of the Dolomites, an alternative way of living the mountains and the UNESCO Heritage Dolomites. Discover all the Alpine Paths and where to stay.