San Martin de Tor, Antermoia and Lungiarü are a paradise for winter walkers. These sleepy villages are just perfect for getting you in the mood to explore the snow-covered landscape via numerous paths. Würzjoch makes the ideal starting point, being easy to get to and featuring paths leading into Puez-Geisler Nature Park and around the impressive Peitlerkofel mountain.
Fanes-Sennes-Prags Nature Park, which borders on San Vigilio, also makes an excellent choice for winter walks. When the countryside lies beneath a thick blanket of snow, outdoor types will be captivated by the pale Dolomites. A few paths and stretches around San Vigilio are clear of snow in winter, too and may be walked in normal walking boots. Starting from Pederü allows immediate access to the Nature Park: with the Sennes area to the north, and the kingdom of Fanes to the south, you'll be spoilt for choice.
Because walking makes you work up an appetite, there are refuges in both Nature Parks which are also open in winter. Ask for further information at the local tourist offices or take a look at these webpages.
|Winter hike: Pederü – Fodara Vedla - Senes||4626 m||601 m||medium||San Vigilio - Dolomites|
|Winter hike to Plan de Corones/Kronplatz||5600 m||1109 m||easy||San Vigilio - Dolomites|
|Lungiarü to the Val di Murins||6550 m||769 m||easy||San Vigilio - Dolomites|
|Passo delle Erbe: circular trail||5310 m||284 m||medium||San Vigilio - Dolomites|
|Winter hike to the Fanes pasture||5368 m||540 m||medium||San Vigilio - Dolomites|
|Winter hike to Medalghes||6550 m||769 m||medium||San Vigilio - Dolomites|
|Winter hike from San Martin across Lovara - Preroman to Costa and back||6008 m||466 m||easy||San Vigilio - Dolomites|
|Winter walk from Picolin to Ju||3797 m||532 m||easy||San Vigilio - Dolomites|
|Winter hike to Maurerberg||7636 m||865 m||medium||San Vigilio - Dolomites|
|Hike from Rina/Welschellen to the Munt da Rina mountain inn||2740 m||449 m||medium||San Vigilio - Dolomites|
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