The Dolomites of Sesto, a paradise in summer and winter
Try to keep in mind the absolute beauty of the scenery of the Drei Zinnen - Dolomites!
Our Berghotel is located in the unique valley of the Dolomites of Sesto and surrounded by the magnificent peaks of the Dolomites of Sesto Sundial.
The Three Peaks
In summer ...
... you have a limitless choice of trekking tours and hiking tours in the Dolomites mountains. Sesto and the Alta Pusteria is also a mountainbiker paradise, which offers many possibilities for bikers of all levels.
Start directly from the Berghotel to enjoy the different winter activities: skiing on the slopes of the Monte Elmo ski area or in the surroundings (Kronplatz/Cortina), Cross-country-skiing on the trails until Dobbiaco - Cortina d'Ampezzo – Lago di Braies, tobogganing from the Croda Rossa to the valley,
Snow-shoe-walking, winter walking on the different trails and alpine skiing… At Sesto you can practice every sort of winter sport in any difficulty.
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What you should also know:
The DOLOMITES have been inscribed in june 2009 on UNESCO's World Heritage List (176 wordwide incl. Grand Canyon, Galapagos) - a wonderful thing also for us, isn't one of the most beautiful part of the Dolomites - the Dolomites of Sesto - directly in front of the Berghotel - now the position and the view of the Berghotel is "certified"! And also the saying of Luis Trenker during a visit at the Berghotel in 1971:
"The Berghotel lies on the most beautiful spot of the most beautiful valley of the world" (Luis Trenker) ... and so it is the best hotel for hiking tours in the Dolomites of Sesto.
Genuine Alpine Experience: Many people have fallen in love with the village of Sesto, due to its unique mountain backdrop. However, visitors who would only look at the stunning landscape around the village of the Three Peaks would miss a lot! We invite you on an exciting discovery tour through the village in the mountains of the Three Peaks or Tre Cime di Lavaredo. Read here about Sesto’s history, culture and uniqueness. Get to know the Sesto people, listen to their old stories and pick up the odd “well-kept secret”.