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Best trails in Veneto

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Trying to find the best Veneto trails? AllTrails has 426 great hiking trails, mountain biking trails, trail running trails and more, with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers, and nature lovers like you. If you're looking for the best trails around Cortina d'Ampezzo, Auronzo di Cadore or Asiago, we've got you covered. Ready for some activity? There are 252 moderate trails in Veneto ranging from 0.9 to 191.7 miles and from 19 to 9,947 feet above sea level. Start checking them out and you'll be out on the trail in no time!
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#1 - Tre Cime di Lavaredo | Three Peaks of Lavaredo
Parco Naturale Tre Cime di Levaredo
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Length: 6 mi • Est. 3 h 28 m
The Tre Cime di Lavaredo (English: Three Peaks of Lavaredo; German: Drei Zinnen) are three distinctly rocky peaks that tower into the sky in the Sexten Dolomites of Italy. This mountain group is widely known and so the best time to visit is during the off season, either in the fall when the region calms down after a busy summer, or in spring/early summer when wildflowers are in bloom and the crowds of eager hikers have not yet arrived. The iconic jagged peaks are composed of layered limestone. The surrounding area features high alpine meadows, sweeping landscapes, dotted lakes, and well-marked pathways. In east to west order, the peak names are: Cima Piccola (English: Little Peak; German: Kleine Zinne) Cima Grande (English: Big Peak; German: Große Zinne) Cima Ovest (English: Western Peak; German: Westliche Zinne). This route begins at Rifugio Auronzo and heads north to Rifugio Lavaredo and finally Rifugio Locatelli, circling back around and forming a loop that passes Col Forcellina on the way back. You can drive a car there (with a fee to park) or catch a bus from nearby Cortina d’Ampezzo or Dobbiaco. Don’t forget water, but also know you can stop for a drink or a bite to eat at any of the rifugios along the way.Show more
#2 - Passo Tre Croci - Lago di Sorapis
Cortina d'Ampezzo, Veneto, Italy
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Length: 6.6 mi • Est. 3 h 51 m
Lake Sorapis is one of the most beautiful sights in the Dolomites. Hikers of all ages are enchanted by the deep blue waters of this high altitude lake. A perfect visit during summer months when temperatures are milder. The beautiful turquoise colors of the lake, the white rock formations and green pastures create the most magical destination for a calming adventure. The lake can only be reached by foot.Show more
#3 - Baita Bai de Dones - Cinque Torri
Cortina d'Ampezzo, Veneto, Italy
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Length: 4.5 mi • Est. 2 h 38 m
Cinque Torri (Five Towers/Fünf Türme) is a rock formation in the Eastern Dolomites, near Cortina d’Ampezzo and the Averau Mountain. This formation is made up of several peaks, or towers, that are a sight to see and are popular among rock climbers. The tallest tower actually appears to be three separate towers, but is considered one. Here is a list of the five towers: Torre Grande (grand tower): the tallest of the towers; has three separate peaks Torre Seconda (second tower): also composed of three peaks Terza Torre (third tower) or Torre Latina (latin tower) Quarta Torre (fourth tower): two peaks of different height Quinta Torre (fifth tower) or Torre Inglese (english tower) It is possible to reach Cinque Torri by chairlift from Bai de Dones, however this hike is a full hiking loop beginning at the car park at the bottom of the lift. You can also begin this same loop from nearby Rifugio Col Gallina. A moderate climb that is uphill on the way there and downhill on the way back, this hike also features WWII trenches to make an already exhilarating journey even more rewarding. At the top you can stop at Rifugio Scoiatolli for a rest, a bite to eat, or a drink. Once at the rifugio you are not far from the towers and can take a number of pathways to meander around and admire the mighty formations.Show more
#4 - Mount Lagazuoi - Lagazuoi Tunnels
Parco Naturale Regionale delle Dolomiti d'Ampezzo
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Length: 3.8 mi • Est. 3 h 11 m
The Lagazuoi Galleries were created by Italian soldiers during the First World War and are now available to the public. Classified as a via ferrata for beginners (the Via Ferrata Galleria del Piccolo Lagazuoi), the route is fully equipped with cables and equipment to guide you through the dark and rocky terrain. It is recommended that you bring gloves, a headlamp or headlamp and a helmet. It's a great activity to do if the weather isn't ideal, as you'll be covered most of the way. In fact, once you enter the tunnels you will have only sporadic glimpses of the outside world through artificial windows in the rock until you reach the exit. There are two ways to experience the Lagazuoi Galleries. Probably the most common method is to take the cable car from Passo Falzarego to Piccolo Lagazuoi (the smallest peak of Monte Lagazuoi) and then descend through the tunnels. For those looking for more of a challenge, it is entirely possible to hike both up and down through the tunnels (trail link). If you want to make this journey a little easier, you can send your package on the paid cable car and collect it at the top for your return journey. Outside the galleries at the top are the Lagazuoi Refuge and the summit of the Piccolo Lagazuoi. Stop at the hut for a bite to eat with a view, or stop for a while and enjoy the Finnish sauna. For more information on the history of the area: https://lagazuoi.it/Show more
#5 - 52 Tunnel Road | Strada delle 52 Gallerie
Valli del Pasubio, Veneto, Italy
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Length: 6.8 mi • Est. 4 h 57 m
52 Tunnel Road | La Strada delle 52 Gallerie This military mule track was built during the First World War on the Pasubio massif, in north-eastern Italy. The road of the 52 tunnels (or road of the First Army) goes from Bocchetta Campiglia (1,216 m) to the gates of Pasubio (1,934 m) crossing the southern side of the mountain. This road was not reachable by Austro-Hungarian artillery fire and is characterized by spiers, deep gorges and perpendicular rock faces.Show more
#6 - Ferrata Lippella a Tofana de Rozes
Parco Naturale Regionale delle Dolomiti d'Ampezzo
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Length: 6 mi • Est. 5 h 21 m
The via ferrata Lippella is a majestic route containing everything: long tunnels, ferrata climbing of difficulty A/B/C, few waterfalls, large snow fields and fantastic views. You will go around the whole mountain and if you are strong enough, you will also reach the top. Although the steal rope is 3.5 km long, you may find other ferratas with more fun hanging above a valley. However, if you search for a real high mountain route, you should not miss "Lippella". The ferrata is located 5 km west to Cortina d'Ampezzo. It starts at Rif A. Dibona, goes along the path no. 404 to west to the start of the ferrata. Then the ferrata goes north to the junction Tre Dita. You can chose there to go directly to Rif Giussani or to go to the top of Tofana di Rozes. From the summit you need to return about 600m the same way as was the ascent and then turn right (to north-east) to Rif. Giussani. You finish the trip by footpath no. 403 which leads back to Rif Dibona.Show more
#7 - San Giorgio - Bocca Gaibana - Cima Trappola
Lessinia Regional Natural Park
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Length: 6.4 mi • Est. 3 h 35 m
#8 - Monte Belpo
Garda, Veneto, Italy
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Length: 21.3 mi
#9 - Monte Zebio
Asiago, Veneto, Italy
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Length: 8.2 mi • Est. 4 h 54 m
Excursion through the trenches of WW1. It offers a beautiful, wide view over the central basin of the Asiago plateau.Show more
#10 - Pescheria to Borghetto along the Mincio River
Parco Regionale del Mincio
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Length: 8.5 mi
Really relaxing bike ride along the Mincio river to the charming town of Borghetto. Be sure to have lunch/dinner in Borghetto as they are famous for their handmade tortellini! A couple of the restaurants are even situated in the middle of the river with platforms on which their dining tables are, which makes for a very cool/unique dining experience as the river water rushes on either side of you.Show more
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