Geographic Area

The Val di Zoldo is a "Bergsteigerdorf"

What is a Bergsteigerdorf, a mountaineers’ village? An authentic place that has remained intact in the culture and tradition of the mountain, nestling amid the unspoilt nature of the Alps, an area able to inspire and educate visitors to adopt a virtuous, respectful approach to the environment. Thanks to a project that began in 2014, the Val di Zoldo, with Zoppé di Cadore and Cibiana, in the heart of the Dolomites, has become part of this international concept, particularly widespread in Austria, but also present in Slovenia and Germany.

The network of villages is based on the cornerstones of the Alpine Convention, and must respect the criteria that make these villages so different from other tourist destinations. The villages must be small, with accommodation facilities that are not designed for large numbers and are thus able to create the sort of family atmosphere alpine villages are able to inspire in the collective imagination.

The massive presence of Man, and the impact of human activity, represented, for example, by the cableways and other lift facilities, must be reduced and balanced with a respectful, sustainable approach to the mountains.

Villages must be interesting from a mountaineering and landscape point of view, with organisations such as the Italian Alpine Club (CAI) always at the disposal of visitors, as well as suitably trained tourist operators able to provide general information on everything from the conditions and characteristics of the walking paths to interesting aspects of local folklore.


Click here to discover the Bergsteigerdoerfer accommodation in the Val di Zoldo.


Thanks to the Val di Zoldo section of the Italian Alpine Club for their invaluable collaboration in preparing the material.

Experience the Zoldo Valley
Discover year-round activities in the Dolomites from Val di Zoldo
Escursioni guidate


Immersi nel bosco invernale...escursioni avventurose nella magia delle montagne di Zoldo.

Ciaspolate facili per famiglie

Escursioni facili nel bosco alla scoperta delle tracce degli animali selvatici e dei candidi paesaggi.

Ciaspolate sotto le stelle

Nel silenzio della montagna, nel silenzio della sera, un’escursione sotto le stelle con cena in un accogliente rifugio.


The Moschesin round-trip trekking route

Difficulty: Intermediate
Time: 4 h (6 h e 30 min senza navetta)
Difference in height: 400 m (800 m senza navetta)

Trekking from Passo Giau to Mondeval plateau

Difficulty: Intermediate
Time: 4 h
Altitude: 2.358 m
Difference in height: 600 m

To the source of the Maé - Le Palanche

Difficulty: Easy, for families
Time: 1 h
Altitude: 1.445 m
Difference in height: 57 m

The tour of Mount Pelmo

Difficulty: Itinerary which requires excellent physical form
Time: 6-7 h
Altitude: Forcella Val d'Arcia - 2.476 m
Difference in height: 856 m

The classic trekking route across the Civetta

Difficulty: Intermediate
Time: 7 h (8 h senza navetta/seggiovia)
Altitude: 2.219 m
Difference in height: 700 m (1000 m senza navetta/seggiovia)

To Rifugio Bosconero

Difficulty: Medium
Time: 4 h
Altitude: 1.466 m
Difference in height: 642 m


Val di Zoldo is waiting for you


Mount Rite

Difficoltà: Medium
Tempo di precorrenza: 3-4 h AR
Quota: 2.183 m
Dislivello: 650 m

The Alpine lake Piridei

Difficoltà: Easy, for families
Tempo di precorrenza: 1 h 50 min.
Quota: 1.544 m
Dislivello: 170 m

The tour of "Mas"

Difficoltà: Easy - for families
Tempo di precorrenza: 2 h 10 min
Quota: 1.473 m
Dislivello: 325 m

With the trekking stroller to Rifugio Città di Fiume

Difficoltà: Easy
Tempo di precorrenza: 50 min
Quota: 1918 m
Dislivello: 243 m

The hay road

Difficoltà: Easy, for families
Tempo di precorrenza: 1 h 15 min
Quota: 1.381 m
Dislivello: 78 m
Upcoming Events and Manifestations in Val di Zoldo

Fagaré cross

September 15th 2024


Mosè Andrich's piano concerto

14th July | 11th August | 8th September 2024
altre date

Festival dei Sapori e Mestieri della Val di Zoldo 2024

22nd June | 13th July | 28th July | 10th August | 25th August | 7th September | 15th September 2024


1st September 2024