Cortina is an open-air playground for the whole family, offering glorious walks or bicycle rides in spectacular landscapes and delicious treats in the many mountain huts, cafes and restaurants.
Why not spend a day at the Adrenalin Centre, moving along ropes and suspension bridges in the treetops of a beautiful larch forest? Or go hunting for ancient traces of reptiles that once lived in the Ampezzo Dolomites.
Visit the vast Great War Open Air Museum to learn about the dramatic events that took place here and how it shaped Cortina’s history.
Do not miss a ride on the little train of the Dolomites, taking you to discover different corners of Cortina.
New mothers who want to keep fit will find many pushchair friendly routes, such as the Dolomite bike road, or the route along the river Boite in Fiames.
There are numerous hiking routes suitable for youngsters, and why not use the lift facilities to get little legs up the mountain, saving energy for the descent? Keep your eyes and ears open and you might just spot a marmot running to shelter behind a rock, or see an eagle in flight high above you.
An oasis of relaxation and fun for the whole family
A playground near the Dolomite Bike Road in Fiames
“Go wild!” is the invitation from the Adrenalin Centre
An afternoon of competition and ability on the 18-hole course
Cortina offers plenty of pushchair-friendly routes for new mothers wishing to keep fit.
Take a stroll along the former Dolomite railway. The route, which is ideal for strollers and young bikers, stretches the entire length of the valley and can be accessed from Cortina town centre.
Pian de Ra Spines, an easy route on gravel road near the Natural Park. The roaring waterfalls and the fragrance of the forest will accompany you through this enchanting landscape.
The beautiful walk to the Malga Ra Stua mountain farm, where you can see cows grazing in the pastures, is perfect to work the glutes!
The Pian de Loa area has the perfect combination of river, sand and rocks for an afternoon of playing outdoors.