Cortina d’Ampezzo offers many routes of varying difficulty and length, suitable for all requirements. Enjoy a quick ride up to high altitudes on the cable cars and chairlifts that run during the summer months. They enable you to reach panoramic viewpoints offering unexpected vistas during easy walks with minimal ascent.

In addition, the cable cars and chairlifts enable you to reach the starting points of many routes of varying difficulty. By purchasing the Hiking Pass, you can use all Cortina’s cable cars and chairlifts, as well as the urban buses, by means of a single card.

Walk to Lake Ghedina

An easy walk through forests and Alpine grassland, reaching the banks of the lovely Lake Ghedina.

Cinque Torri tour

An easy walk along the trenches of War World One, surrounded by stunning landscapes.

Dolomieu Trail

A panoramic track dedicated to Déodat de Dolomieu, the French geologist famous for having discovered “Dolomia” rock, after which the Dolomites are named.

A walk to the Forcella Zumeles gully

A panoramic route at the foot of mount Cristallo with views over the whole Ampezzo valley.

The chamois track

A splendid panoramic walk downhill, in the setting of the Tofane mountains.

A walk in Val Orita

A panoramic circular hike starting and ending in the centre of Cortina, going up Monte Faloria, and down through the Val Orita valley.

Walk to Lake Lagazuoi

A high-altitude circular walk to explore Lake Lagazuoi.

A walk amongst the Olympic pistes

A walk in the unique, incredibly beautiful setting of the Tofane mountains, introducing you to the pistes used for the annual Alpine Ski World Cup, the 2021 Alpine World Ski Championships and the 1956 Winter Olympics.

Walk to the lodge Rifugio 5 Torri

A hike at the foot of the Cinque Torri peaks, surrounded by history, Alpine climbing and breath-taking views.

On the front line: Lagazuoi and Forcella Travenanzes

A walk on the tracks crossing the front lines of the First World War.