The DBT hiking route is a loop route around the Brenta dolomitic group with an average elevation of 2000 meters. The trail covers 96 km of well-marked routes and SAT ferrate.
Dolomiti di Brenta Trek is a unique and suggestive trekkinkg-experience in the heart of the Brenta Dolomites UNESCO World Heritage. The route gives the chance to know the most hidden spots of this imposing mountain chain where the contrast between the grey Dolomia rocks and the green habitat of the bear is striking.
The Brenta Dolomites are part of the Adamello Brenta Natural Park and include six famous tourist destinations. Here you can find the whole trail divided in 11 stages and 7 additional variants that allow you to shorten the route or to avoid ferrate or technical trails. The minimum time necessary for covering the whole DBT route is 6 days, but everyone can organize his own route choosing where to start, how many stages to do in a day and if including or not the more technical trails of the route.
The DBT addresses to different targets of walkers: it can be made entirely by the expert and trained walkers or only partially by people who like walking softly.
Organize well the stages as not arrive too late where staying overnight.
The Dolomiti di Brenta Trek is a loop hiking route, so the starting point always corresponds to the arrival point. The trekker can choose his favourite access point among Val di Non, Val di Sole, Val Rendena, Valli Giudicarie, Terme di Comano or Altopiano della Paganella areas.
Tips, hints and links
Parco Naturale Adamello Brenta: www.pnab.it
ApT Madonna di Campiglio Pinzolo Val Rendena: www.campigliodolomiti.it
Consorzio per il turismo Giudicarie Centrali: www.visitgiudicarie.it
ApT Terme di Comano: www.visitacomano.it
ApT Dolomiti Paganella: www.visitdolomitipaganella.it
ApT Val di Non: www.visitvaldinon.it
ApT Val di Sole: www.valdisole.net
ApT Trentino: www.visittrentino.info
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- technical mountain clothing
- mountain boots with Vibram sole or similar
If the route has equipped parts, brings with you:
- ferrata set
- ferrata gloves
- a piece of rope (suggested)
- ice-axe and crampons (where necessary)