In the tranquillity and peace of the mountains of Belluno, you travel along paths and forest roads within everyone’s reach, avoiding the arduous paths without overlooking the high altitudes of the crossings and passes between the UNESCO Dolomites.
The walk is devised to be done together in small groups in order to encourage meditation and to experience a holiday immersed in nature and in contact with the people who inhabit this magical land.
The path can be experienced from the beginning to the end or a little at a time. You must request the credential to collect stamps that testify to the conclusion of the walk.
The places of the Popes
The Dolomites Walk has the particularity of reaching symbolic places for the lives of three Popes who have left a deep impression in recent history. In the centre of the village of Canale d’Agordo, stands the house of the Luciani family, where Pope John Paul I was born, while in the Piave Valley in Lorenzago di Cadore, the path crosses places frequented and loved by Pope Wojtyla and by his successor Benedict XVI.