Majestic, gigantic, fascinating. The peaks of the Three Peaks Dolomites region entice you to come up! Every day you decide on the kind of tour you fancy and where it should take you: simple walks in the valley, gentle hikes on the Alpine pastures or demanding summit climbs.
Dolomites region 3 Peaks
Mountains without end. Every day a new challenge. In the Sesto Dolomites you can conquer a sheer endless number of peaks. This means feeling nature, experiencing the tradition of mountain farmers close-up, sensing the freedom and enjoying the views.
Every seasons brings with it its own spectacle of nature. In the spring the Alpine rose blossom is a feast for the eyes, in the summer the many Alpine pastures fascinate visitors, in the autumn the strong interplay of the colours of nature attracts, and in winter the silence beckons.
4 idyllic mountain lakes
Emerald green, idyllic, remote. Visit the mountain lakes Lago di Dobbiaco, Lago di Braies, Lago di Anterselva and Lago di Misurina
World-renowned - the Three Peaks
The Three Peaks are the landmark of the Dolomites and the nature highlight in this holiday region. The three obelisks enchant visitors with a spectacle of colour ranging from cool grey to glowing red. You can best view this UNESCO world heritage from Landro - and close-up during a Three Peaks hike.
Hotspot for international climbers
Among climbers the Dolomites in general and the Three Peaks in particular have become one of the most popular mountains in the Alps. Mountain enthusiasts and lovers of a vertical adrenaline rush come from all over the world to the Dolomites region 3 Peaks.
1 family mountain close enough to touch
In summer and winter Baranci is a leisure mountain for families. Enjoy bracing downhill rides on the summer toboggan run. Try out the tubing run. A tree tops adventure trail, lakes in which you can paddle with bare feet, and the cooling footsteps of the Baranci giant complete the offer.