Snowshoehiking in the Dolomites
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Snowshoe walking inside the Puez-Odle Nature Park

Discovering nature with snowshoes

The silence of the white, snowy landscapes enchants us, only the rustling of fresh snow under your snowshoes is distracting. Enjoy the romantic atmosphere by snowshoeing through snowy, pristine forests and across alpine pastures. Trudge through romantic deep snow or along the groomed trails. A clear sky and fresh air guarantee an intense winter feeling. Free your mind and enjoy the magic of winter snowshoeing through fascinating landscapes.

Tour suggestions

Adolf Munkel Trail (approx. 5 h; 14,2 km)
Start at Ranui (car park Waldschenke - 1370 m) on to Brogles Alm, then continue on Adolf Munkel Trail (N° 35) to hut Geisler Alm (2000 m).

Mount Zendleser Kofel/Col di Poma (approx. 4 h; 9,3 km) - demanding
Start at Zans (1680 m) in the direction of the Kaserill Alm and continue via Wörndle Loch to the summit cross of the Zendleser Kofel (2423 m).

Tschantschenon Alm (approx. 4,5 h; 12,2 km)
Start at Zans (1680 m), in direction of Gampen Alm. From the Tschantschenon on to the Adolf Munkel Trail (N° 35) until hut Geisler Alm (2000 m).

Snowshoe Rental
(directly at the ski lift for children)
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Tips for exciting and safe snowshoe hikes

Hiking with snowshoes is a unique experience in the vast winter landscape. However, you should not underestimate this type of winter sport. Snowshoeing in fresh snow is more demanding than a "normal" hike.

In addition to the right equipment, good preparation for the tour is also essential: find out about the current avalanche situation before every tour! Snowshoe hikers often underestimate the risk of avalanches. As a general rule, the avalanche situation must always be monitored in open terrain away from the secured paths.

Guided snowshoe hikes

Discover our guided snowshoe hikes:
Join our guided groups and take advantage of a free hire of Tubbs Snowshoes provided by our partner.