Snowshoeing is the natural, logical progression of summer trekking. Walking with snowshoes, called “ciaspes” in the local dialect, is a simple but extremely enjoyable activity that lets you explore snow-covered mountains and wonder at the majestic beauty of an unspoilt natural environment. No particular expertise or physical prowess is necessary: snowshoeing’s great accessibility is one of the reasons for the growing popularity of this simple “walking” activity. However, particularly on some itineraries, experience is essential as a matter of safety, as you will encounter different types of snow and slopes. Routes groomed all year round and therefore ideal for snowshoes include paths leading from Sant’Umberto to Malga Ra Stua, from the Falzarego Pass road to the Dibona Refuge, from Cian Zopé to the Scoiattoli Refuge, from Campo to the Croda da Lago Refuge, from Guargnè/Col Tondo to the Mietres Refuge and from Campo to the Lago d’Ajal Refuge.
All the tracks:www.cortina.dolomiti.org