Dolomites Alta Via 1 Self Guided 7 Days
Discover the Alta Via 1 Trek, an extraordinary adventure through the Dolomites, Italy. This itinerary has been designed for those who are perhaps a little shorter on time and want to push on doing some longer days to get the trek done. Over 6 nights and 7 days you will experience the full trek of the Alta Via 1, starting at the stunning Lago di Braies and finishing in Belluno.
Lago di Braies, Dolomites, Italy
July - September
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Dolomites Alta Via 1 in 7 Days
Welcome to the Alta Via 1 full 7 day version. Read on to find out more about what you can expect when embarking on this trek.
Spectacular Scenery: The trek leads you through some of the most stunning alpine landscapes in the world. You'll encounter rugged peaks, lush meadows, pristine lakes, and dramatic rock formations that make the Dolomites a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Challenging Terrain: Alta Via 1 includes challenging ascents and descents, rocky trails, and high-altitude passes.
Mountain Huts: Along the route, you will stay in a series of well-maintained mountain huts (rifugios) where you can rest, eat, and sleep. These huts provide a unique opportunity to experience the local culture and cuisine.
Cultural Immersion: In addition to the natural beauty, the trek also introduces you to charming Italian mountain villages and a rich cultural heritage.
Overall, the Alta Via 1 is an unforgettable adventure that combines the thrill of challenging trekking with the beauty of the Dolomites and the cultural richness of the region. Whether you're an experienced hiker or a newcomer to alpine exploration, this trek offers a unique and rewarding experience amidst some of Europe's most awe-inspiring landscapes.
YOUR ADVENTURE STARTS HERE
WHO IS THIS FOR?
The Dolomites Alta Via 1 self-guided trek is recommended for hill walkers and trekkers with a good level of fitness who are keen to get stuck into the mountains and experience one of world's finest treks. You should be capable of carrying a rucksack (~10kg) for 6-8 hours a day for 7 days in a row. You will be crossing high passes on most of the days and traversing valleys with, at times, fairly uneven hiking terrain.
Not sure whether you're ready? No sweat! Get in touch and we'll be happy to talk it through with you.
Lago di Braies, Dolomites, Italy
July - September
You have some previous experience in the outdoors, whether that’s hiking, skiing or climbing. You will either be starting to venture into more technical terrain or slightly more 'aggressive' environments. Let's dial it up!
LIVE THE ADVENTURE
The Alta Via 101:59
Trekking in the Alps - People00:13
Trekking in the Alps - Glaciers00:18
Kit & equipment required for this adventure
Please note this is a guide and you may be required to rent or purchase last minute equipment on arrival dependent on the weather and changes in itinerary. You can pre-book luggage transfers if you would like your main luggage back to be delivered to your accommodation each night (excluding mountain huts)
For the full downloadable Alta Via Trek kit list please click here.
Mountaineering-specific 35-40L backpack
Sturdy hiking boots
Solid hiking boots ideally B1 rated
Side-leg zippers are helpful
Light technical jacket, ideally with a hood.
Something light and thin.
Keep them light and thin.
Highly breathable, lightweight synthetic technical t-shirt.
Stretch, durable mountaineering trousers.
Keep them light and thin.
Choose your hat of choice as long as it shields you from the sun.
Ideally thin and single layered so it can fit under the helmet.
Good walking socks are required
Good to have for approaches to the mountain huts especially in warmer temperatures
Factor 30-50 High Mountain sunscreen
You must be able to carry at least 2L of water in your backpack
Foldable or telescopic poles are best
Rated to -15 °C comfort temperature
Don't forget to pack spare batteries. They're essential
ID and documents
Passport / Driver's license, Visa, Insurance
Cash / credit card
For extra costs such as drinks and snacks
First aid kit
Blister kit, paracetamol, etc
Midweight thermal underwear bottoms
Bandana / Buff
Hiking shoes / Trail Shoes
Good grip and ankle support is recommended
Highly recommended for the mountain huts
5 stars for the Adventure Base team! We are so pleased with our self-guided 9-day Tour du Mont Blanc trek through Adventure Base. The company had clear communication with us the whole way- from making our itinerary, checking in before with left the US, checking in once we got to Chamonix, and then while we were on the trail as well. They helped us chose a different route mid hike, making us feel safe and supported. They also did a lot of small things that went a long way- holding our luggage + dropping it off at our hotel to be ready for us once we were done hiking, providing us with digital + paper maps, a mini trail first aid kit and buffs. We are so thankful to have used them!
We had an amazing experience planning the TMB with Adventure Base. Everything went well before and during our trip. Great support from their side.
We did the TMB with adventure base- family with 2 teenagers. We honestly could not have asked for a better organised self guided tour- the accommodation, bag transfers, food and the communication by Adventure base were amazing. Only trumped by Mother Nature- what a beautiful and bucket list walk. Olly, Beth and Virginia were superb and we highly recommend this tour company.
Booked our 11 day self guided tour du mont blanc trek with adventure base who were great from the outset. From prior to booking in answering all of our questions, keeping us informed throughout the booking process all the way through to being readily available to answer any questions and provide alternative gpx and information on varient routes we wanted to take. Incredible team. Thank you
YOUR ADVENTURE PACKAGE
The trek starts from Lago di Braies and finishes in the stunning mountain town of Cortina. If you would like to book pre and post trek accommodation with us please let us know.
- 6 nights accommodation
- 6 Breakfasts
- 6 Dinners
- Planning and reservations
- Virtual meeting with an Adventure Base representative
- Welcome pack
- Detailed Itinerary
- 24/7 Support communication with our team in the Alps
What's not Included?
- Flights and transfers
- Lunches, snacks and drinks on the trek
- Pre and post trek accommodation (option to pre-book with us)
WHAT TO EXPECT FROM THE ACCOMMODATION
We know the importance of having comfortable accommodation on this trip. After long days trekking it's vital to have a comfortable bed and good food to enjoy. We've handpicked accommodation along the way that we're sure you're going to love.
ON THE TREK
The majority of the accommodation on the trip will be in dormitories and / or small shared rooms. You can upgrade any of the accommodation options if requested in advance and based on availability.
WHAT TO EXPECT
HERE'S YOUR ITINERARY
Whilst you will try and stick to the tried and tested itinerary below, availability in some of the locations may not always be available. In this instance we will provide a suitable alternative and make sure you're aware of any changes. You can check out the full itinerary here.
Lago di Braies - Rifugio Fanes
The journey along the Alta Via 1 Trek begins from the picturesque Lago di Braies, a stunning alpine lake surrounded by soaring peaks. The trail starts gently, allowing trekkers to ease into the trek as you follow the shore of Lago di Braies, taking in the beautiful reflections of the mountains in the clear waters. As you continue, the path gradually ascends, taking you through lush forests and meadows, where wildflowers bloom in the summer months. One of the early highlights of this section is the opportunity to visit the idyllic Prato Piazza, a high-altitude plateau with sweeping views of the surrounding Dolomite peaks. As you approach Rifugio Sennes, the terrain becomes more rugged. The refuge is perched in a stunning location, offering panoramic views of the Sennes Plateau and the surrounding peaks. Here you enjoy a hearty lunch meal and and then continue onwards towards Rifugio Fanes. One of the highlights of this segment is the opportunity to visit Lago di Limo, a tranquil alpine lake surrounded by rugged peaks. Rifugio Fanes, your destination for the night, is nestled in a picturesque valley surrounded by towering cliffs and lush alpine meadows. Here you will be greeted by a warm and welcoming atmosphere, and will savour delicious mountain cuisine.
19km / 1580m up / 1040m down / 6-7 hours trekking
Rifugio Fanes - Rifugio Lagazoui
Today you will hike to Rifugio Lagazoui. The trail begins with a gentle ascent through alpine meadows, but as you progress you may traverse rocky terrain as the path gradually leads you higher into the mountains. One of the most standout features of this section is the opportunity to explore the Lagazuoi Tunnels, a network of World War I tunnels carved into the mountainside. These historical tunnels provide a fascinating glimpse into the region's past and offer panoramic viewpoints from their entrances. As you approach Rifugio Lagazuoi, you'll be treated to breathtaking views of the iconic Cinque Torri rock formation. Rifugio Lagazuoi is perched on a ridge, providing a commanding view of the Dolomites. It's a perfect place to rest, enjoy a meal, and soak in the scenery.
12.2km / 1150m up / 450m down / 5-6 hours trekking
Rifugio Lagazoui - Rifugio Nuvolau
On Day 4 of the Alta Via 1 Trek, the journey continues to unfold with spectacular scenery and exciting challenges. Departing from the elevated Rifugio Lagazuoi, you'll embark on a memorable hike towards Rifugio Nuvolau. As you leave Rifugio Lagazuoi, the trail offers breathtaking vistas of the surrounding Dolomite peaks, creating a sense of wonder with each step. The route takes you through a mix of rocky terrain and alpine meadows, allowing you to fully appreciate the diverse landscapes that make the Dolomites a trekkers' paradise. Depart from Rifugio Lagazuoi, following the trail to Rifugio Nuvolau. You'll encounter the iconic Averau and Nuvolau peaks, which are known for their striking profiles against the sky. Rifugio Nuvolau, your destination for the night, is perched on a ridge and offers trekkers a warm and welcoming atmosphere, inviting you to relax, savour delicious mountain cuisine, and share stories with fellow trekkers.
12.8km / 1100m up / 1275m down / 5-6 hours trekking
Rifugio Nuvolau - Rifugio Coldai
Departing from the charming Rifugio Nuvolau, you'll continue your trek towards Rifugio Città di Fiume. The trail leads you through a varied terrain, from rocky paths to verdant meadows, offering a glimpse of the Dolomites' diverse beauty. As you descend from Rifugio Nuvolau, you'll be treated to sweeping panoramic views of the surrounding peaks, valleys, and lush forests. One of the notable features along this section of the route is the opportunity to pass by the enchanting Cinque Torri (Five Towers) rock formation. These towering limestone pinnacles are a photographer's dream and a testament to the Dolomites' unique geological history. Continuing your descent, you'll eventually arrive at Rifugio Città di Fiume, a cozy mountain hut situated in a beautiful alpine setting. Here, you can rest and recharge, enjoying a delicious meal while relishing the camaraderie of fellow trekkers. As you continue your journey, you'll pass by the charming mountain village of Col di Rocca, providing an opportunity to glimpse into the local culture and history. The Dolomites' unique blend of natural beauty and human heritage is ever-present along the Alta Via 1. Approaching Rifugio Coldai, you'll be greeted by awe-inspiring views of the crystalline waters of Lago Coldai, a picturesque alpine lake nestled beneath towering cliffs. Rifugio Coldai is perched above the lake, offering a welcoming retreat for trekkers. Here, you can unwind, enjoy a hearty meal, and savor the serenity of the surroundings.
22kmkm / 1060m up / 1540m down / 7-8 hours trekking
Rifugio Coldai - Rifugio Carestiato
The trail begins with a descent from Rifugio Coldai, offering trekkers stunning views of Lago Coldai's crystalline waters set against a backdrop of rugged peaks. As you progress, you'll hike through dense forests, traversing rocky terrain and alpine meadows, providing a diverse range of environments to explore. One of the highlights along this stretch is the crossing of the beautiful Val Civetta, a deep valley surrounded by towering cliffs. The sheer scale of the valley and its imposing rock walls will leave you in awe of the Dolomites' geological splendor. As you continue, you'll eventually reach Rifugio Vazzoler, a remote mountain hut tucked away in the heart of the Dolomites. Here, you can enjoy a satisfying lunch and immerse yourself in the tranquility of the alpine landscape. One of the standout features of the next section is the encounter with the remarkable Vazzoler Pass. Crossing this pass provides trekkers with sweeping panoramic views of the surrounding mountains and valleys, making it a rewarding highlight of the day. Once you arrive at Rifugio Carestiato it's time to relax and refuel.
18.5km / 1070m up / 1350m down / 6-7 hours trekking
Rifugio Carestiato - Rifugio Pian de Fontana
The trail begins with a descent from Rifugio Carestiato, taking you through lush meadows and peaceful forests. The scenery is a pleasing contrast to the rocky landscapes encountered on previous days, allowing trekkers to appreciate the Dolomites' diverse terrain. As you near Rifugio Pramperet, you'll be treated to expansive vistas of the surrounding peaks, which stand in stark contrast to the serene valleys you've traversed earlier in the day. Once you reach Rifugio Pramperet it's time to relax and enjoy some great food as well as a good night's sleep. One of the highlights of this segment is the possibility to explore Passo Duran, a mountain pass that offers breathtaking panoramic views of the surrounding peaks. This vantage point allows trekkers to fully grasp the immense scale and grandeur of the Dolomites. Rifugio Pian de Fontana, your destination for the night, sits in a tranquil alpine setting. The mountain hut offers a welcoming atmosphere where trekkers can rest and refuel with a hearty meal.
19.4km / 1160m up / 1360m down / 6-7 hours trekking
Rifugio Pian de Fontana - La Pissa bus stop
On the final day of the Alta Via 1 Trek you make your way towards the La Pissa Bus Stop and the end of your trekking experience. Descend by bus journey down to Belluno to catch your onward connection.
11km / 200m up / 1400m down / 4 hours trekking
Frequently asked questions about this adventure
What type of boots do I need for the trek?
You will need comfortable, durable trekking boots. Something like the Salomon X Ultra Mid 2 Gore-Tex boot. Gore-tex will ensure your Read more
You will need comfortable, durable trekking boots. Something like the Salomon X Ultra Mid 2 Gore-Tex boot. Gore-tex will ensure your feet stay dry and warm. Trail shoes are also OK, although make sure they fit well and are durable.
What will we do if the weather is bad?
This depends on a few factors and how bad the weather is. We’ll always aim to continue the trek Read more
This depends on a few factors and how bad the weather is. We’ll always aim to continue the trek even if it’s raining/snowing as long as it is safe to do so. The weather in Summer is generally very reliable with clear skies and dry conditions following the monsoons. If the weather is truly terrible for a day or two we will rest in the lodge until it passes or use our vehicle to move you along to the next stop.
Will I definitely make it from beginning to end?
In short, no. Whilst we will always strive to get you along the trek safely, sometimes the weather or other Read more
In short, no. Whilst we will always strive to get you along the trek safely, sometimes the weather or other factors like your personal fitness will prevent you from completing the trek. The lead guide will always conduct a meeting with the clients and other guides each evening to check how everyone is doing and to field any questions or concerns. All decisions will have client wellbeing as a top priority. But in 99 out of 100 cases you’ll make it! We will always provide vehicle support if necessary.
AV1: Are there any safety precautions I should be aware of?
Safety is paramount. Always check the weather forecast before starting your hike. Carry a map and a charged phone. Be Read more
Safety is paramount. Always check the weather forecast before starting your hike. Carry a map and a charged phone. Be cautious in alpine terrain, and adhere to trail markers and signs. We are on hand to advise every step of the way and will be in constant contact with you.
AV1: Do I need to be an experienced hiker to do the Alta Via 1 Trek?
While the Alta Via 1 Trek offers various difficulty levels, it helps to have some hiking experience, but this isn't essential. Read more
While the Alta Via 1 Trek offers various difficulty levels, it helps to have some hiking experience, but this isn’t essential. Some segments can be challenging, with steep ascents and descents. Proper physical fitness and familiarity with mountain hiking are recommended. Get in touch to discuss fitness levels.
AV1: How do i get to the start of the Alta Via 1
The most convenient airport to fly into for the Alta Via 1 Trek is typically Venice Marco Polo Airport (VCE) in Read more
The most convenient airport to fly into for the Alta Via 1 Trek is typically Venice Marco Polo Airport (VCE) in Venice, Italy. Venice is a major international airport with good connectivity to various parts of the world. From Venice, you can easily access the Dolomites and the starting point of the trek at Lago di Braies by various means of transportation:
Bus and Train: From Venice Marco Polo Airport, you can take a bus or taxi to the Venice Mestre train station. From there, you can catch a train to a nearby town like Calalzo di Cadore or Dobbiaco, which are relatively close to the Dolomites. These towns can serve as your base for transportation to the starting point of the trek.
AV1: How long does it take to complete the Alta Via 1 Trek?
The full Alta Via 1 Trek typically takes about 10 to 12 days to complete, depending on your pace and the specific itinerary Read more
The full Alta Via 1 Trek typically takes about 10 to 12 days to complete, depending on your pace and the specific itinerary you choose. Some trekkers may opt for shorter segments (we run a 9 day or 4 day trek) or customise their trek (get in touch).
AV1: Is it necessary to make hut reservations in advance?
Yes, it's highly recommended to make hut reservations in advance, especially during the peak hiking season. The huts can fill Read more
Yes, it’s highly recommended to make hut reservations in advance, especially during the peak hiking season. The huts can fill up quickly, and having a reservation ensures you have a place to sleep and enjoy a meal at the end of your hiking day.
AV1: What is the Alta Via 1 Trek?
The Alta Via 1 Trek is a long-distance hiking trail in the Italian Dolomites. It's a renowned trekking route that offers Read more
The Alta Via 1 Trek is a long-distance hiking trail in the Italian Dolomites. It’s a renowned trekking route that offers breathtaking scenery, rugged mountain landscapes, and the chance to explore the cultural and natural heritage of the region.
AV1: What should I pack for the trek?
You can find a full kit list further up on this page.
You can find a full kit list further up on this page.
AV1: When is the best time to trek the Alta Via 1?
The ideal time for the Alta Via 1 Trek is during the summer months, typically from late June to early September. Read more
The ideal time for the Alta Via 1 Trek is during the summer months, typically from late June to early September. During this period, the weather is more predictable, and the trails are generally snow-free. However, it’s essential to check trail conditions and hut availability in advance.
AV: Do the refuges have showers?
Most refuges have showers, but not all of them. Some of the most basic and remote ones do not have Read more
Most refuges have showers, but not all of them. Some of the most basic and remote ones do not have shower facilities, or only have cold showers. Some of the showers, when available, work with a token that needs to be purchased directly from the hut. This gives you access to a limited amount of water (normally close to a 3 minutes shower), in order not to waste it.
Water in the high mountains is scarse and a shower is very much a luxury. Most huts use water that has been collected over winter or that comes from a spring. If the previous winter has been particularly dry then the water reserves might be limited and run out in the middle of the summer, or a spring could go dry. If this happens, then, the hut guardians might be forced to stop the use of showers even in those huts that have shower facilities. In this case the limited water available will be used for the toilets and kitchen, which are definitely more needed services than showers.
AV: Do they have charging points?
Yes, you will always be able to charge your phone and electronic devices. Sometimes there won’t be charging points Read more
Yes, you will always be able to charge your phone and electronic devices. Sometimes there won’t be charging points in your room, but there will be some in the common room or in the toilets. There might not be many of these, so you will need to take turns at charging your electronics. Some hikers prefer to take a small external power bank with them to charge their stuff. This could be a good idea, but I won’t recommend to take one that’s too big and heavy. A small one that could charge your phone once or twice would be enough, even though is not strictly necessary.
AV: Do they have wifi?
Some of the huts have WiFi but some others don’t, especially those huts that are more remote. Even when Read more
Some of the huts have WiFi but some others don’t, especially those huts that are more remote. Even when WiFi is available, beware that it might not always work, or it might only be switched on for a limited amount of time. If you need to check information such as the weather or the bus timetables just ask the guardians, they’ll be able to help. As for the rest of the time, not having WiFi might be a good opportunity to have a chat with some fellow hikers!
AV: How exposed is it? (Comparatively to the TMB)
The Alta Via 1 in the Dolomites follows established and well maintained paths. It crosses, however, some pretty exposed and steep Read more
The Alta Via 1 in the Dolomites follows established and well maintained paths. It crosses, however, some pretty exposed and steep terrain as well. The Dolomites are full of scree slopes and boulder fields, so it’s not unusual to find these along the way. The AV1 requires some hiking experience, sure footedness and being comfortable with exposure. It is definitely a step up from other treks such as the Tour du Mont Blanc and should not be underestimated.
AV: Is there snow on the trails early and late season?
It depends on the amount of snow that accumulates on the ground over the winter. There might still be snow Read more
It depends on the amount of snow that accumulates on the ground over the winter. There might still be snow until the first week of July after a very snowy winter. If there’s lots of snow some of the passes, such as Forcella del Lago on the way to Rifugio Lagazuoi on day 2 of the hike, are impassable and alternative plans need to be put in place (alternative routes are possible). On the higher sections of the trek it’s not unusual to encounter snowfall even in the middle of the summer. This, however, doesn’t often cause a problem, but care and the right equipment are needed.
AV: What are the WW1 caves all about?
The area around Cortina d’Ampezzo and Passo Falzarego is where the old border between Italy and the Austro-Hungarian Empire Read more
The area around Cortina d’Ampezzo and Passo Falzarego is where the old border between Italy and the Austro-Hungarian Empire used to be. Lots of battles were fought here during WWI, and both parties were using the mountains at their advantage to protect the front line. In the area of Cinque Torri/Passo Falzarego/Passo Valparola are still visible some of the trenches and tunnels built by the soldiers from both sides during the war, and some of these can be visited by tourists and hikers.
The main tunnel network was dug into the Lagazuoi mountains, just below Rifugio Lagazuoi. If spending the night there, it is possible to descend to passo Falzarego through the tunnels the next morning, before continuing on the AV1. The tunnels, however, are graded as a via ferrata, which means that you will need to have the right equipment (harness, helmet, via ferrata lanyards and a headtorch) in order to go through them safely.
AV: When’s the earliest / latest you can tackle this trip?
Same as for most hut-to-hut routes in the Alps, they can be walked during the refuges’ opening season. In the Read more
Same as for most hut-to-hut routes in the Alps, they can be walked during the refuges’ opening season. In the Dolomites this goes from middle/end June to the end of September. Outside of this time it will be difficult to find accommodation. Some huts have a winter room that hikers can use but this is just an empty unmanned shelter with beds and sometimes a log burner. Outside of the huts’ opening season, as well, there could be snow on the ground making the trek more difficult and potentially dangerous if not equipped in the right way and with the right knowledge about the winter mountain environment.
Are you ready?
Our adventures are attributed a difficulty level from A to E. This Dolomites Alta Via 1 Self Guided 7 Days trip is rated Level B, for those with some prior experience We recommend you only book a trip that reflects your ability.
For beginners and newcomers
- You’re not quite sure where to start but you’re hungry for an adventure
- Little / no prior experience
- Shorter time duration
- No technical skills required but keen to learn
- Basic level of fitness
For those with some prior experience
- You have some previous experience in the outdoors, whether that’s hiking, skiing or climbing, and are keen to build on that
- You will either be starting to venture into more technical terrain or slightly more challenging environments
- Some basic skills
- Moderate fitness
Think you've got this?
This trip is at this level
For accomplished adventurers
- You enjoy challenging yourself physically and mentally
- You’re comfortable on multi-day adventures and you call yourself an avid adventurer
- You're not quite George Mallory but you subscribe to his 'because it is there' attitude
- Strong level of fitness
For the pros
- You're ready to test your skills on the next challenge
- You're comfortable in most types of alpine environments
- Some level of technical skills
- Strong level of fitness
For the experts
- You’ve been on multiple adventures and have built up a solid skillset to tackle most challenges out there
- Good technical skills and knowledge
- Experienced in alpine/mountains environments
- Very high level of fitness
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