Sassolungo

Walking holidays in the French Alps – Sassolungo

Two Sad People Looking Forward to Next Season

Nearly at the Top; walking in the Italian Dolomites

Well our four wonderful Dolomite hiking breaks and the last two Peaks have come to an end and two very sad people are now back and missing the stunning views of the mountains. The Italian trekking breaks have been a great success and everyone was blown away by the Hotel Digon with its amazing food,

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There is a Certain Buzz Around – It’s Christmas

There is a certain buzz around and Mike gets to enjoys Ski Breaks

It’s Christmas. Cold winter air, festive lights and the smell of mulled wine. There is a certain buzz around when Christmas approaches. Smoke drifts from outdoor heaters and chalet chimneys, obscuring the twinkling lights from the stars above. The mountain villages always seem to be more Christmassy. Excited children everywhere – magical. In many ways

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Mountain Huts of the Dolomites

Dolomites Mountain Hut

I love writing about food but I love eating it to, especially food in served in good Mountain Huts of the Dolomites. Stopping to eat at one of the mountain huts in the Dolomites, is a first-class pleasure experience for both my eyes and palate. The charming mountain huts are spread across the whole region,

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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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South Tyrol a Magical Holiday Destination

Stunning dolomite rock of the South Tyrol

Awesome Scenery, Delicious Cuisine Tradition, warm hospitality, delicious Alpine food, perfectly groomed ski runs, time for relaxation and sporting opportunities for everyone in South Tyrol. The Dolomites of the South Tyrol are magical and benefits from 300 sunny days per year: that’s what draws Pinnacle Walking Holidays guests back each year. South Tyrol is famous

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Dolomite Walking Holidays

Out best photos of Ortisei, the best photo from a Dolomite Walking Holiday

My blog readers know that I love to cook and share recipes! But I also love to blog about Dolomite Walking Holidays. Another favorite hobby of mine is walking and one of the best places to hike in the world is the Dolomites Dolomite Walking Holidays offer some of the best walks and scenery Europe

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MONTHLY PHOTO | January | Dolomites

Monthly Photo Close to a summit in the Dolomites

Seeing as we are currently planning our Dolomite Walking Holidays it seems only right to make these majestic mountains our January Monthly Photo. We could probably produce a monthly photo for every day from this truly jaw dropping region. Every day on every walk there are views to take your breath away. Guests who have

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Awesome Dolomites in September

The awesome Dolomites are a real treat in September

There are a few things that justify my description of the awesome Dolomites during September. Things that create a contrasting atmosphere to the rest of the autumn. Patches of snow on the peaks that glisten in the sunshine; rivers flowing high, filling natural lakes whilst providing chilled drinking water found in troughs along the walking

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Ortisei Town Centre in the Italian Dolomites

Above Ortisei the Church overlooks magnificent mountains

Ortisei town centre in the Italian Dolomites is famous for its woodcarvings and the lovely pedestrian area. It also has an abundance of great shops and cafés. It is an idyllic part of Val Gardena, and is a wonderful place for a walking holiday. We have been visiting Ortisei for many years and I cannot

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St Magdalena Winery in the Dolomites

A view of Sassolungo in the Sunshine, close to the St Magdalena winery

Not only do we love to run our Dolomites walking holidays and hike in some of the most stunning mountain scenery to be had, but we also have a passion for the region’s delicious wines. The St Magdalena winery has been at the pinnacle of Alto Adige’s production for a very long time. The current

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