Three Peaks Dolomites

Deep blue lakes, green meadows and impressive mountains to fall in love with at first sight! The Dolomites region Three Peaks in Alta Pusteria has a lot to offer: hiking, climbing, biking, skiing and much, much more! A real highlight for all South Tyrol lovers!

Holidays in the heart of the Dolomites

San Candido/Innichen, Moos/S. Giuseppe, Villabassa/Niederdorf, Braies/Prags, Sesto/Sexten and Dobbiaco/Toblach are the villages in the Dolomite region of the Three Peaks. There are numerous hiking and cycling trails here, and mountain bikers will also get their money's worth. Nordic Walking fans can explore the area between untouched meadows and fields.

The natural swimming lake in Dobbiaco is ideal for a dip in the cool water. With a boat you can then explore the famous Lake Braies, with its crystal clear water and an outstanding view of the Dolomites.

More than 100 km of slopes, 200 km of cross-country ski trails, toboggan runs and many possibilities for ski touring enthusiasts: the holiday region Three Peaks is also a paradise for all winter fans and has already won several awards. There is also the possibility of exploring the entire ski area in one day during the tour "Giro delle Tre Cime".

After a long, active day, you can relax in one of the numerous wellness centres, particularly popular in this holiday region.

Three Peaks: Wonder of Nature

The Three Peaks in Alta Pusteria are unmistakably the landmark of the Dolomites. They stand for the unique natural landscape and offer a majestic view.

Since 2009, the Three Peaks and the other mountains of the Dolomites have been a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Many simple and more difficult hiking trails lead around the Three Peaks. But there are also via ferrata that lead to the tops of the peaks. Experienced climbers dream of the cliffy Dolomite rock, the classic climbing routes in the Alps are well worth it.