Dolomites

The Dolomites are situated across the north of Italy bordering onto Austria. This UNESCO World Heritage Site offers some of the most spectacular mountain walking in the the world, predominantly limestone, their jagged form produce stunning vistas of steep spires and improbable pinnacles.

We offer fantastic walking in breathtaking limestone scenery.We stay in an excellent family run 3 star hotel. Discover fascinating local history and culture as you walk with our friendly Secret Hills guides with superb local knowledge.

For some guests, the day's highlight is the lunchtime stop in a beautifully located mountain Refugio where we'll enjoy local traditional cuisine.

The Walks

Join us for a week of mountain walking in this unique landscape of exceptional beauty. We'll offer a full-day walk each day, taking-in high mountain meadows, spectacular ridges and always exhilarating view-  there are photo opportunities at every turn along the path!

Our outstanding range of 'classic routes' will delight all keen walkers wishing to discover the rugged wild beauty of these mountains: typically days of 5 to 7 hour walks at altitudes of between 2000m - 2500m. 

 

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You matter to us & we promise to provide you with a superb walking & social holiday, tailored specifically to your needs. We provide walking holidays for walkers & as walkers ourselves, we appreciate & understand the requirements of a walking holiday.

What Others Said...

AlanBelatedly getting round to sending this email to thank you and the team for a great weekend in Church Stretton last month. I had a fabulous time, both walking and socially. It was great that you had plenty of leaders so that the group could split up to cater for varying fitness levels (or perhaps the amount of alcohol consumed in the hotel bar the night before !) You, Barbara, Trevor and Ian were really friendly and knowledgable about the area.  I struck lucky with my accommodation at Mynd House, with the four poster bed, spa bath etc etc !!  A lovely place to stay, the new owners were really friendly, and the breakfast was excellent (delicious local bacon and sausages, yum).  Having local products in the mini bar was great too, varities of Woods ales at a sensible price, so I had to try them all ! I didn't get the chance to sample the lounge and bar at Mynd House, but they looked very welcoming.The weather that weekend was also beautiful, so I was really pleased with the photos I took, now uploaded to Facebook, and my profile picture is of me on Caer Caradoc ! I had intended to take the easy route back to Church Stretton, but I'm glad I made the effort, the views were great. I enjoyed the pub lunches too, good value and good beers. The tea shop after the walks was excellent too, wish I had sampled the cakes, but the tea was good and it was homely and friendly.I thought that the walking was taken at just the right pace, plenty of stops, and no rushing. Even the not very fit walkers seemed to cope - I would happily  recommend Secret Hills to people with little walking experience.  We had a good group socially too - Amanda and Margaret from Chesterfield were a laugh, and of course the Bexley "lads", and we had a good time in the Longmynd hotel until we took the hint that they wanted to close the bar !! But there were quite a few ladies who were happy to leave after dinner, rather than join in the drinking, and that was OK too.All in all, it was a great weekend, everything ran smoothly even though the group was dispersed around various B&Bs, and I will definitely have other holidays with Secret Hills. Maybe even Majorca in October (Eileen was very persuasive !!) Great value, too. Here's to the next time.Maria KellyRochester, Kent

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