With 400 km of marked trails and dozens of climbing walls, Alta Badia is able to satisfy the most varied public, from families with small children to enthusiasts of extreme outdoor activities. Our apartments in Colfosco are surrounded by a dense network of trails for any preparation and training level. In summer or autumn tourists can get immersed into the nature, following the most beautiful fixed rope climbing routes (via ferratas) of the Dolomites and, once on top, can enjoy a spectacular panoramic view. Territories, that due to their extraordinary beauty have been declared a UNESCO world heritage site, should be explored with appropriate precautions with the help of qualified UIAGM guides that operate in Alta Badia.
Among the various walking options, we draw your particular attention to the path "Tru di tiers" that takes to Lech dlá Lé lake in Badia, with the wooden sculptures of bears, eagles and other local animals. Another valley route that perfectly suits parents with small children is "Tru do l'ega" directed towards La Villa along the stream of Rü Tort in the shadow of a conifer forest. Various climbing routes, however, require much more skills: from Sas Ciampac, Via Adang (southeast face) to Torre Brunico, Via Zieglauer (northwest corner), from Mür de Pisciadù Oriental to Sas dles Nü, east face, from Piz da Lech, southeast face, to Sas Ciampac Camino Curvo, south face, and many others. The climbing routes, as well as walking paths, are all situated within few kilometres from Ciasa Janing apartments in Colfosco.