Explore the most popular Parks in Veneto with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

hiking
3 days ago

Amazing. Views all around the hike. Literally could spend days in one area. We went on a cloudy /rainy day and it gave it a dramatic look. Looks like something from Lord of the Rings. Feel free to go off trail and explore a bit. It’s so big!

I love the Tre Cime.... you just have to start really early because it is the most trafficked trail in the area..... everyone stars walking towards the east, we did the opposite abd went all around it, in 4 hours more or less..... stopping at the teo rifugios for snack and lunch.

hiking
no shade
8 days ago

I added on the climb up to Sasso Di Sesto for a better view of Tre Cime, which added about 45 minutes to the hike but it was really worth it. There were dogs everywhere, so very dog friendly.

outstanding !

hiking
17 days ago

Amazing views the whole time.

hiking
18 days ago

Pleasant and slightly demanding excursion in the beautiful via ferrata sections the passage under the Fanes waterfall

hiking
blowdown
rocky
scramble
20 days ago

hiking
22 days ago

30 euros but worth it! breathtaking views and Tre stunning summit, culminating at 2999m. Do not hesitate. This walk is exceptional and accessible to the youngest and oldest.

on Tre Cime di Lavaredo

hiking
rocky
22 days ago

A classic of the area, it can get very crowded in summer, so wake up early and access as early as possible in the morning to have the mountains and views to yourself. Note: you can access the Tre Cime by car via Rifugio Auronzo only via a toll road (30€ per car). The hike has some rocky parts but it’s rated for families and we saw many kids and families indeed.

Fantastic walk. think about sun cream and covering up as there isn't any shade. Quite easy actually. 30 euros to get to the rifugio but worth it. It gets quite busy in summer.

hiking
no shade
rocky
1 month ago

The Tre Cime are beautiful, but it’s the surrounding scenery that really makes this trail stunning! 360 degrees of gorgeous mountains. Start as early as you can, because it’s crowded. The first half (to Tre Cime) is on a well-maintained, easy path. I recommend going off the main trail to a grassy view spot on the right. Past the first rifugio there are steep, rocky paths, switchbacks, and very little sun protection. We saw so many severe sunburns and had to reapply sunscreen multiple times! It’s possible with children and older hikers, but only if they’re in for working hard to earn some incredible views!

hiking
no shade
rocky
scramble
1 month ago

Did the Ferrata route in addition to most of this loop. Amazing views! I’d highly recommend the Ferrata/hike in the early morning before it gets too crowded. Hike is relatively easy.

hiking
rocky
1 month ago

Costs 30 euro (unless you plan on hiking up the steep road several kilometers to get to the trailhead) but it’s worth it!

hiking
1 month ago

To be done very early to avoid crossing the crowd! The sunrise and beautiful on Tre Cime.

hiking
no shade
1 month ago

I hiked here today, a great trail with good views.

hiking
snow
1 month ago

Did this trail mid-June and though there was snow on the ground we found it totally walkable without spikes or other gear. There were some beautiful views, variations in altitude and lots of different terrains. Although there are some steep ascents it was totally worth it for the views.

I did this entire loop today, not expecting to make it very far. I was told the trail was impassable due to deep snow, but everybody was just going for it today anyway! When walking in the snowy sections, I sometimes sank down to my shins, but never deeper. The snow made the hike slow going and sketchy in some places (traversing narrow paths across steeply sloping sections of snow towards the end of the loop) I had microspikes with me, which were extremely useful, I felt like I could walk up or down the snowy sections very safely and quickly. If you’re hiking the upper altitude Dolomites in the upcoming weeks I highly recommend microspikes for traction, and I wish I had gaiters to keep the snow from getting scooped into my shoes and making my socks wet. There are lots of streams to filter water on this trail, so bring a filter! I thought I’d be going for a very short walk today which turned out to be 7 miles in the blazing sun, so I left my Katadyn bottle in the car and only had 1 liter of water (thankfully there was so much snow on the trail to eat).

hiking
2 months ago

Closed asphalted track. lots of snow We have not made the route due to bad conditions. snow and threatening clouds.

Lovely ❤️❤️❤️

walking
4 months ago

Interesting visit to the Fort of Mestre. Perhaps vaguely conceived by the Venetian Republic, the current plan and details are due to Napoleon who built the island as a fort, an ammunition depot and the defense of Venice. Very interesting are the two buildings of the garrisons to the south, as well as the bridge (then drawbridge) and the perimeter of the fort with the "dividing" points of the possible besiegers. Many other details worth a visit.

hiking
closed
snow
4 months ago

Not sure about the previous review written a few days ago! Based off that, we went to check it out. The road to the base of Tre Cime is closed, and it is very snowy. We hiked through the woods in the snow, but decided against going to the base because of post holing. I think it’s still a bit early!

Beautiful views, medium difficulty, groundhogs running around. Walk to the lakes, the view is worth it!

Beatific! Especially at sunset.

I ran all 1.3 miles that I covered. Park at the church and took the right route instead of left. It is a difficult route and a lot of it is straight up large boulders with little scenery. A bit tougher when wet.

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