Dolomites UNESCO World Heritage

Winter magic in the Braies valley

Do you like to take it easy and want to enjoy nature? Then opt for a walking path across the meadows or along the streams. Short, flat walks and benches invite you to sit down and enjoy the views.
23 Tours found (39/116 km)
 
 
 
Almenwanderung
Easy hike from the Stiergarten summit station (2092 m). On the new wide hiking trail via the Klammbachalm and Nemesalm and back to the starting ...
Length: 14.6 km
Difference in height: 661 m
Location: Vierschach
Difficulty: easy
Mountain Pasture Hike
Family hike: Through the meadows to Versicaco/Vierschach
Beautiful walk along the river (ex bike route), starting from Hotel Brandl, to the playground in Versciaco/Vierschach.
Length: 2.4 km
Difference in height: 10 m
Location: San Canido/Innichen
Difficulty: easy
Walk to Versciaco
Hiking path: Moso - Val Fiscalina - Rif. Fondo Valle /Moos
Easy and romantic excursion through larch woods until the foot of Mount Einserkofels.
Length: 5.5 km
Difference in height: 190 m
Location: Sesto/Sexten
Difficulty: easy
Fischleintal
Niederdorf - Aufkirchen - Toblach - Niederdorf
Easy excursion along the river Rienz, slight ascent from "Neunhäusern" until Aufkirchen, descent to Dobbiaco and return to Villabassa on asfalt road.
Length: 10.0 km
Location: Niederdorf/Villabassa
Difficulty: easy
summer
Theme path: Walk around Sexten/Sesto
A short but nice hiking tour, which is ideal to discover our valley and to get a first view. Nice for a half day or with kids, because the path is ...
Length: 6.6 km
Difference in height: 30 m
Location: Sexten/Sesto
Difficulty: easy
Sextner Rundweg
Summer hiking - Monte di Braies/Pragser Berg
The approximately 4 Kilometer long small asphalt road passes along the Monte di Braies/Pragser Berg Mountain from Ferrara di Braies/Schmieden to S. ...
Length: 3.4 km
Difference in height: 121 m
Location: Braies/Prags
Difficulty: easy
Monte di Braies/Pragser Berg
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