During the first week of July, we visited all the popular sites such as Selva, Ortisei,St. Cristina and Siusi..Starting from there you can easily reach some of the most impressive Dolomites areas like Sella, Langkofel ,Seceda, Ciaslat and Sciliar by feet or through lift facilities.
Selva is an excellent walking centre close to the Sella, Sassolungo and Odle.You can hiking to Vallunga,hike around the Gruppo del Sassolungo,ascend Forcella Cir,Crespeina and Ciampai.
Numerable hiking trails close to the villages Ortisei, and S. Cristina (Seceda,Odle,Alpe di Siusi).
There is nothing better than a stop in one of the many mountain huts and refuges of Val Gardena. Enjoy a cold drink and don’t miss to try the tasty traditional dishes on the menu. The mostly local hosts know how to entertain you with interesting facts and stories about the people, flora and fauna of Val Gardena. The mountain huts and refuges are located in strategic points with lots of sun and a breathtaking view on the peaks of the Dolomites. The highlight of our this year's program was the ascent of the Col dela Pieres.At higher altitudes, there was a lot of snow, but everything was in bloom.
The Seiser Alm mountain pasture and the Schlern are two of the most photographed sights in South Tyrol. The landscape is absolutely unique and breathtaking. The Seiser pasture is the biggest high pasture in Europe.
A large array of hiking guides and maps which are available in the tourist information offices helped us to find the most suited itinerary for us.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TripAdvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.