Snowshoeing at Malga Maraia – Misurina
35 € per person
Malga Maraia…a beautiful place with an incredible view of the Marmarole at the foot of the Cadini di Misurina
A classic excursion to the enchanted place that is Misurina.
If this easy hike is already a spectacle in summer imagine what it will be like to do it in winter with the trees covered in snow and the peaks of the Marmarole and Sorapis beautifully whitewashed!
We will start just below Misurina and climb through a beautiful fir and larch forest until we reach Malga Maraia. Old alpine hut in the municipality of Auronzo that was exceptionally restored a few years ago and where the mountain cuisine takes center stage, all in front of the splendid panorama of the whitewashed Marmarole and Sorapis!
Outing in cooperation with mountain guide.
For those without, there is the possibility of snowshoe rental (including poles).
TOTAL LEVEL: 350m
DEVELOPMENT: about 7 km
Equipment to bring
- Scarponcini da trekking alti e impermeabili – No Moon Boot
- Technical clothing suitable for the excursion and for the temperatures
- Backpack large enough (20-25 liters) to contain the extra clothing to store
- Cap, gloves, jacket, spare warm clothing, thermos with hot drink or water, snacks and packed lunch
- It is possible to rent snowshoes and poles for €10
How can I pay for the tour?
Is reservation mandatory?
What happens in case of bad weather?
I will notify you in a timely manner to the references you will give me to contact you.
Can I cancel the reservation? By when?
For cancellations due to causes other than weather uncertainty, in the last 24 hours of departure, a penalty of 50% of the total cost is foreseen.
The cost includes the Guide service and individual accident insurance
Any expenses for meals, transport, equipment rental, etc.
Who's your guide??
In dolomiti Beat we are all AMM Certified by the College of Alpine Guides of Veneto, to guarantee you maximum safety and professionalism and think only of your enjoyment!
Hi, it's Andrea!
I have been frequenting the alpine environment for many years now, and I have always enjoyed playing in that terrain while sticking to the rules of nature.
Until a few years ago, I approached my climbs by adapting to the changing seasons: in winter and early spring I favored ski mountaineering and climbing icefalls; in fall and summer I completed my trips on normal routes or climbing the more vertical slopes.
What most stimulates me to this frequentation is not the desire to exceed my limits, nor the challenge with the mountains, but the simple need to immerse myself in an unspoiled environment that takes me back, in some way, to the origins of the human-nature relationship.
Following the Veneto Region's training process to become a Medium Mountain Guide has allowed me to broaden my knowledge of the mountain environment, delving into geological, botanical, wildlife and cultural aspects, and to be able to make my experience available to all those who want to face the mountains safely and confidently.
Now that I am a mountain professional, I lead groups of people on hikes, treks, e-bike tours in the Pre-Alps and Dolomites and accompany to discover the beautiful canyons in hidden corners of our area on river trekking outings.