Sasso di Colfiére is a boulder with heights ranging from 8 to 15 metres, and it requires a style of climbing that strengthens fingers and forearms. It is one of the principal climbing walls in Cortina, very easy to reach from the town and very popular with local climbers.

Croda Da Lago

One of the crags with the most spectacular and characteristic views of Cortina: at a height of 2,100 metres, this wall looks onto the beautiful Lake Federa, reflecting the peak Becco di Mezzodì.

Piccolo Lagazuòi e Sass de Stria

Two crags on the Falzarego Pass, at a height of between 2,000 and 2,300 metres, particularly suitable for beginners and children, with routes graded from 4a to 7b.

Super 8

The Super 8 Ski Tour is a route along the slopes of the 5 Torri and Lagazuoi ski areas.

Great War Ski Tour

The Great War Tour is an history-filled experience that takes you through the defences, trenches and tunnels made by Italian and Austrian troops during the First World War.

Sellaronda Ski Tour

A beautiful and exciting skitour close to Cortina d'Ampezzo.

Reach the peak of the Piccolo Lagazuoi

A stunning path is very wide and easy to walk, even in a wheelchair and with a baby carriage.

Giro d'Italia 2021 - Stage Sacile - Cortina

The 16th stage of the race will be the most difficult of the Giro: a gigantic stage through the Dolomites, with 212 km and an elevation gain of 5,700m.

Delicious Trail Dolomiti

A 44.2 km trail running itinerary in the heart of the Dolomites, along some of the most iconic and spectacular areas of the Ampezzo Valley: majestic mountains, alpine lakes and welcoming and cozy mountain huts.

Short Delicious Trail Dolomiti

A 22.9 km ring route in the heart of the Ampezzo Dolomites.

Cortina – Tre Cime di Lavaredo peaks

An enchanting route that takes you from Cortina to the imposing Tre Cime di Lavaredo peaks via the lakes of Misurina and d’Antorno and countless viewpoints.

Tour of Misurina

Ring tour that will take you from Cortina to Lake Misurina, passing through the traditional Ladin neighborhood of Alverà and the magnificent Tre Croci Pass and then continue towards Carbonin and Cimabanche Pass.


This crag, at 2,100 m, is located near the mountain hut Rifugio Duca d'Aosta on the Tofane and is characterized by a wonderful view of the Ampezzo Valley and by routes of a first length of about 20 meters on vertical wall with excellent gray rock of medium-easy difficulty and a second part, very overhanging, with greater difficulty

Astaldi equipped trail - Tofana

The Astaldi equipped trail is suitable for everyone, even families and whoever is interested in discovering the world of ferratas. The route is at the foot of Mount Tofana and follows a fairly flat profile that links the mountain lodges Rifugio Dibona and Rifugio Pomedes, crossing a colourful rock landscape.

Via Ferrata Ra Pegna - Tofana

The route is suitable for beginners, for families with children and even people without any experience.

Scala del Minighel Via Ferrata - Circuit around Tofana di Rozes

Scala del Minighel, with its 270 pegs fixed into the rock, is the oldest via ferrata in Cortina d'Ampezzo.

Sottotenente Fusetti Via Ferrata - Sass de Stria

An easy via ferrata that runs along the First World War Austro-Hungarian front. From here, the Austrian soldiers responded to fire from the Italian soldiers stationed on the Cengia Martini ledge on Piccolo Lagazuoi.

“Ex Ferrovia delle Dolomiti” (disused Dolomites railway) piste, Cortina-Dobbiaco

A splendid trail that links Cortina to Dobbiaco, in the Val Pusteria valley, following the disused Dolomites railway line, which was closed in 1964