Between emotions and excursions, the Marmolada will captivate you

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When it comes to excursions , the Marmolada and the Belluno Dolomites are always among the first destinations to be mentioned. It is no coincidence that among the loyal guests of our Pineta Pastry Hotel there are many lovers of trekking, but not only.

As well as for fans of hiking, the Marmolada is also a pole of attraction for mountain bikers, mountaineers, the diehards of climbing and even centaurs …

Our hotel is located right at the foot of the Marmolada, surrounded by dense woods and idyllic pastures . Nothing better, to make the dream of a hiking holiday in the Dolomites UNESCO World Heritage come true!

In the morning, after having recharged your energy with a hearty and tasty breakfast , you can put on your hiking shoes and immerse yourself in nature. Do you prefer to walk on quiet paths in the woods or to challenge more demanding trekking routes, perhaps at high altitudes? It makes no difference: the rich network of hiking trails on the Marmolada in Val Pettorina and its surroundings offers entertainment for all ages and physical conditions.

The excursions on the Marmolada in Val Pettorina are also an excellent opportunity to go for mushrooms , if you wish. Just pop into the Tourist Office first to get your permit!

You will be able to live your hiking adventures as you like best, we will always be at your disposal to give you useful advice and some insider tips on the best routes.

By the way, here are some of the most suggestive itineraries for excursions on the Marmolada and its surroundings: click here .

Do you like to explore nature by pedaling ? Perfect! Just go out the door of our hotel at the foot of the Marmolada to find yourself in front of countless routes for bikes , mountain bikes and electric bikes . The choice is so vast that you will have to come back to visit us over and over again, to be able to walk them all!

Here are some samples: click here .

If, on the other hand, you prefer the two wheels that roar, here with us you will be in excellent company: between exhilarating passes and breathtaking curves, the Dolomite roads seem made especially for motorcyclists!

Do you want to spice up your holidays with some thrills? Nothing could be easier, in the Dolomites! On the other hand, the Marmolada was the protagonist of some of the most important episodes of mountaineering.

Between climbing routes and via ferrata, you will certainly not risk getting bored … and with views like these, challenging the rocks is even more intriguing!

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with the formalization on November 24, 2016, Sottoguda, a village in the Val Pettorina, enters the important list of ” The Most Beautiful Villages in Italy “. The village is just over a kilometer from the Pineta Pastry Hotel and can also be reached on foot by following “Pian de le risce”, a path in the woods. Sottoguda is a unique and fascinating place, where you can discover every corner that has preserved the traditions of the locals.


the Serrai di Sottoguda , a gorge carved into the rock by the Pettorina stream which gives its name to the valley itself. The Serrai connect Sottoguda with Malga Ciapela, departure of the Marmolada cableway .

This canyon is about 2 km long and the panorama inside it leaves you speechless thanks to the walls on both sides up to and over a hundred meters high . Furthermore, you can find waterfalls that freeze in winter and form a real gym for ice climbers from all over the world.

The route is passable on foot , only for cyclists uphill and is suitable for all ages .

By staying at our house you can freely enter the period in which a small contribution is required for the maintenance of this Nature Reserve, using the Marmolada Card provided free of charge.

Furthermore, there is the possibility to travel the Serrai di Sottoguda with the little train that will accompany you along the way.

One last thing must be said about the Serrai, you have to LIVE THEM!