The heart of South Tyrol, in Alto Adige, is nestled amidst age-old chestnut groves, deciduous woodlands, and lush green meadows. This pathway, in the shadow of the Dolomites, unfolds breathtaking views of peaks and valleys, adorned with castles and abbeys, and features farms offering locally sourced products – ideal for a delightful snack! Additionally, it meanders through vineyards preserving the origin of some of Italy's finest wines.
Scattered along the way are charming villages like Chiusa, a haven for poets and artists, and more prominent cities like Bolzano, the gateway to the Dolomites. Bolzano boasts a vibrant center and market stalls that stimulate your appetite with pancakes, homemade desserts, frankfurters and beer – a perfect combination for a refreshing break following a walk.
This is an ideal route for mountain enthusiasts traveling with family or those seeking a less challenging itinerary in the stunning Dolomites.