Imagine a path developed along a distance of about 85 km that enters the high peaks of the Dolomites and their most wild areas, deep into the utmost peace of the mountain. The Alpine Path of the Dolomites no. 4 connects the area of the three peaks with the Province of Belluno and includes six stages from San Candido in Pusterìa (BZ) to Pieve di Cadore.
The Alpine Path of the Dolomites no. 4 - named after the Austrian alpinist Paul Grohmann - is truly not to be missed: you will live a unique experience among the wonderful high mountain landscapes, Unesco world heritage, such as Tre Scarperi, Croda dei Baranci, Cima Grande di Lavaredo, Cristallo, Sorapiss and Antelao.
The itinerary crosses paths and mule tracks of medium level of difficulty, made more easily accessible by the good conditions of the area and by the signage. We inform you that the Vandelli chalet - Bivacco Còmici climb is more difficult and requires good training. Before starting the itinerary, we always encourage you to check if the chalets are open, and also the weather forecast.