High in the Italian Alps
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If you’ve hiked the American Rockies or High Sierra of California you have a small taste of what you’ll discover this summer, on my inaugural ‘High In The Dolomites’ photo safari. The Dolomites are a photographer’s dream, where sheer pink and yellow limestone pinnacles tower like monuments over quaint villages, flowery meadows, wooded valleys, and sun-soaked trails. Italian, Austrian, and ancient Latin cultures intermingle peacefully in the small, scattered villages in this mountainous corner of Italy. The Dolomites also boast a surprising variety of wildflowers in the grassy meadows below the mountains, and we’ll be searching for mountain landscapes to photograph from pre-dawn into twilight, under the stars.
Our tour begins in Bolzano, a lovely small city, with short rides to villages and trailheads from which we’ll explore the Italian Alps, including Tre Cime, Val di Funes, Lago di Brais, the Alpe di Siusi, and finish in Cortina d’Ampezzo. The hiking is at a relaxed pace as Kerrick will be seeking out picturesque viewpoints, teaching photo techniques as we go, with real time critiques throughout the trip.
Our experienced guides are from Alpinehikers, with years of guiding groups throughout the Dolomites. Lodging, most meals, and transfers are included in the price. Just get in shape, and get yourself to Italy in late June. You’ll be walking in wildflower-strewn meadows under glacially sculpted sheer peaks, but the altitude will mostly be that of the northern Rockies, easier on the lungs than Colorado!
Kerrick works with all skill and experience level shooters, from point & shoot to latest DSLR models, of all brands. He’ll share packing tips long before we meet in Bolzano, which is easily accessed from Munich or Venice.
See itinerary and trip details on the link below. Don’t wait too long, as this trip has a max of 8 to share this unique hiking/photo tour. Kerrick has been dreaming this trip for years, so write with questions and join him in late June, High In The Italian Alps.