Accessible Dolomites: 15 new trails

09 March 2021

All territories should be accessible to everyone. The Dolomites in primis are everyone's heritage. The UNESCO Dolomites Foundation cares about the accessibility of our mountains. For this reason, a few years ago, together with local organisations and associations and thanks to funding from the MIBACT (Ministry of Cultural Heritage and Activities) under Law 77/2006, it created a project aimed at those with limited mobility: not only people with disabilities, but also the elderly and small children.

At the beginning the project included 23 routes accessible to all, within the nine Dolomite Systems recognised by UNESCO. Today 15 new routes have been identified together with 13 panoramic viewpoints easily accessible to everyone throughout the Dolomites.

Accessible trails

Alpe di Siusi - Baita Sanon
Altopiano di Prato Piazza
Bosco Arte Stenico
Casera Prà di Toro - Padova hut
Davaras - Giaf hut
Cajada Forest
Somadida Forest
La Villa - Corvara
Carezza lake
Dobbiaco lake
Molveno lake
Tovel lake
Laireto - Mietres hut
Lungolago Alleghe
Malga Juribello
Malga Valles Alto
Passo Lavazé - Malga Costa
Passo Nigra - Malga Hagner
Passo Oclini - Malga Corandin
Passo Rolle - Baita Segantini
Passo San Pellegrino - Fuciade hut
Passo Staulanza - Città di Fiume hut
Percorso didattico Sciury - Altopiano del Pradèl
Piano di Pezzè - Col dei Baldi
Auronzo hut - Forcella Lavaredo
Pecol - Malga Pioda
Sentiero Natura Zannes
Sentiero naturalistio Orsera - Val Canzoi
Val Cimoliana - Val Meluzzo
Val Fiscalina
Val Prampèr
Val San Nicolò
Val Venegia 
Val Zemola - Cava Buscada
Valgrande - Lunelli hut
Zoppè di Cadore - Talamini hut

Accessible panoramic points

Altopiano di Pradel
Cima Tofana
Col dei Rossi
Col Margherita
Col Rodella
Marmolada
Monte Elmo
Monte Faloria
Monte Lagazuoi
Monte Spinale
Passo del Grosté
Plan de Corones
Sass Pordoi

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