Walking Holidays in the Dolomites

Italian Food Tour with German Influence

Italian Food Tour at the Hotel Digon Ortisei

Although Pinnacle Walking Holidays is all about walking I would love to diversify and run a week long Italian Food tour. There’s so much to discover in the Val Gardena region of Italy. Although it is the majestic Dolomite Mountains that will leave the longest-lasting and most memorable impression. The description of our walking holidays

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Photo of the Month | The Ibex

Ibex

It isn’t long before our next walking tour to the Dolomites. At the moment we are trying to find time to put together our calendar of walking holidays for 2014. The problem is we keep getting distracted by all our wonderful photographs taken in Chamonix. We have chosen our photo of the month to be

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Look Forward to Lunch at the Puez Hut

Puez Hut

Thinking ahead to late Summer/Autumn, we still have some spaces left on our Dolomite walking holidays in September. This time of year is a beautiful time to visit this stunning alpine area. Join us and you can look forward to a lunch spot at the gorgeous Puez Hut. The walking is so varied and there

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Great Walking Holidays

Rifugio Vicenza a base for great walking holidays

I imagine for many people, the thought of booking your first walking holiday is quite a daunting experience. Hopefully you will find our website full of reassurances that ours are great walking holidays. Just give us a call at Pinnacle Walking Holidays and you’ll be greeted by a friendly and helpful person who will help

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Otzi the Iceman has Home in the Otztal Alps

Averau in the Dolomites, home to Ozti the Iceman

On a sunny day in 1991, Erika and Helmut Simon from Nuremberg in Germany, were walking in the Ötztal Alps. As they walked passed a rocky gully filled with meltwater, they noticed something brown on the gully bed. The Germans inspected what they first thought was some sort of rubbish, but quickly realised that they

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Driving to Italy via England, France, Germany and Austria

View of Sciliar from the Brenner Pass when driving to Italy

It is rare that guests drive to Chamonix for our French Alps walking holidays as Geneva is so accessible by air from the UK. However driving to Italy is a different story. The Dolomites is not as easy to fly to, and many of the airports are still a reasonable drive away. Every autumn we

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Wet Bank Holidays in the UK; dream of Alps and Dolomites

Monsal Dale one of many Peak District walks close to Monsal Head

This weekend sees another one of those times in the UK where the weather looks chilly and maybe a little wet, as usual. Dreaming of the Alps and Dolomites So, no for us as we are starting to get ready for our walking breaks in the French Alps, making sure we have everything in place

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Rifugio Bolzano in the Dolomites

The castle in the Dolomites and the symbol of South Tyrol.

They call Rifugio Bolzano the castle in the mountains: it sits on the Sciliar/Schlern plateau and has become the symbol of South Tyrol. Our walk of the month is the Rifugio Bolzano; it’s a difficult walk but has the most rewarding views. It’s not on the Pinnacle Walking Holidays itinerary, but on day off if

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Thanks to Everyone who Joined us in 2019

Thanks to Everyone who joined us and to Mark and Jane

Thanks to everyone who joined us this year on a Pinnacle Walking Holiday, we hope you had a fabulous time. The Calendar Dates for 2020 are almost available for booking on the website. Prices Unfortunately for next year we have had to increase the prices for our holidays in Europe. You can blame Brexit and

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Majestic Dolomites Summer 2019

Summer snow in the majestic Dolomites

We are sadly home after a fantastic four weeks in the Majestic Dolomites Summer 2019. The Weather It was very interesting this year, starting in late August with hot sun, in the middle of the month we had rain,then hot sun returned As always the Hotel Digon was superb, as yet we have had nobody

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