There are more than 300 km of marked routes in the Val di Fassa for hikes you won’t forget
There is a really vast choice of hikes in the Val di Fassa and each route has its own difficulties and its own unique, unrepeatable, and always spectacular scenery.
The first choice, therefore, should involve the difficulty of the hike. Hikes are mostly divided into three categories: walks, easy hikes and difficult hikes. We have added a separate section for walks, which usually take place at the bottom of the valley. Difficult and easy hikes are essentially distinguished by the problems each route presents and the presence of exposed points, via ferratas, etc. While easy hikes are more or less within everyone’s capabilities, difficult ones require physical preparation, a minimum of experience, knowledge of the area and, in the case of via ferratas, harnesses, helmets, ropes, etc. are obligatory. In any case, even easy hikes may turn out to be difficult for many people. The first rule to follow is that of getting information beforehand; always study your intended route with care and make sure you have suitable equipment. Follow the ten rules listed in the Guide to Safe Hiking. The following section describes some of the classical routes in the Val di Fassa.