First world war walks, glacier treks, summit ascents
& other alpine activities
There’s more to our walking holidays in the dolomites if you fancy it
Over and above our organised and self guided walking in Italy’s Dolomites, we also offer our guests the opportunity to join specialist walks and mountain excursions. These are supplied at a supplement by local third parties.
Collett’s can also help you participate in a range of alpine activities, which might take your fancy – from horseriding and mountain biking, to whitewater rafting and paragliding. See below for more details.
A World War I Walk
€15 per person – Every Wednesday
The Dolomites was home to some of the most remarkable mountain warfare during the Great War and each Wednesday throughout July and August, you can join a fascinating and spectacular war walk with Isabelle Johnson, a local war historian. The walk starts near the Tre Sassi Fort between the Valparola and Falzarego passes just to the east of Corvara and Badia. It explores trenches around the foot of Sass de Stria, ventures into the Goiginger War Tunnel before summiting at a point with perhaps the best 360° panorama in the area before returning to the fort, where you can tour the WWI museum if you wish. These walks need to be pre-booked. Click here for more details.
Guided Trek on the Marmolada Glacier
£60 per person – Every Wednesday
The Marmolada is the highest mountain in the Dolomites at 3343m. People walking in the Dolomites are absorbed by its brilliant white glacier, which dominates many a panorama. Every Wednesday we offer you the chance to traverse the glacier with its crevasses and blue snow. On this trek to the Marmolada’s second summit, Punta Rocca, you will see the remarkable positions taken up by alpine soldiers during World War I. These treks need to be pre-booked. Click here for more details.
Guided Via Ferrata to the Marmolada’s Summit
£80 per person – Every Wednesday
Every Wednesday we offer a guided summit ascent of the Marmolada. Our route takes us on a trek across the glacier to the western end of the vast south wall. Here you will ascend the famous and highly exposed West Ridge Via Ferrata before making it to the summit at 3343m. This excursion should be pre-booked. Click here for more details.
horseriding, mountain biking, road cycling, tennis, golf, swimming, high ropes, sport climbing,
paragliding, canyoning & more…
During your walking holiday in the Dolomites, it is easy to particiate in a range of alpine activities. Collett’s has a good working relationship with all the local suppliers of a wide range of mountain activities and we will be happy to make arrangements on your behalf if invited to do so. Click here for details of the various activities you can partake in on your alpine walking holiday in Italy.
Notes on Other Activities
Other Activities, First World War Walks, Glacier and Summit Treks are provided by third parties and have nothing to do with Collett’s Ltd, even if advertised by us. Your contract is with the supplier and not with us. We are not responsible for the provision of any third party excursion or for anything that happens during the course of its provision by the supplier.