Dolomites UNESCO Tourist Map. 1:150,000. Tabacco, 2016.
On the front, the map shows information on the formation of the Dolomites. On the back is a 1:150:000 road map illustrating the nine areas of the Dolomites that are now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Coverage extends from the Austrian border to just past Trento and Feltre, and west/east from the Ortles Massif to well east of Belluno.
Sample detail from the france Greenways and cycle routes map.
Parco Naturale Dolomiti di Sesto (Sextner Dolomiten) (#6). 1:25,000. Includes Communi di Dobbiaco, Sesto e San Candido.
Parco Naturale Gruppo di Tessa (#2). 1:25,000.
Parco Naturale Monte Corno (Trudner Horn) (#5). 1:25,000.
Parco Naturale dello Sciliar (#1). 1:25,000.
Parco Naturale Vedrette di Ries-Aurina (#7). 1:25,000.
Tabacco 1:25,000 & 1:50,000 Hiking Maps of Northern Italy. Casa Editrice Tabacco. This excellent series offers 1:25,000 and 1:50,000 topographic hiking maps of the Italian Alps and Italian Dolomites. We recommend this series, along with the Kompass series, for any hiking in northern Italy. In Italian and German.
Now with GPS (UTM) grid. New editions in this series now have a UTM grid and latitude/longitude tick marks for easy use with a GPS.
Trekking in the Dolomites - Alta Via 1 and 2. Cicerone Press.
Situated towards the eastern end of the Alps' great curve from the Mediterranean coast through central Europe to the Balkans, the Dolomites region occupies an area of northern Italy as large as Wales.
Although the Dolomites' reputation as a playground for 'hard men' is fully justified, these mountains are by no means the domain of the rock climber alone. A dense network of footpaths offers endless scope for exhilarating high-level walks; the renowned 'vie ferrate' (rock routes aided by fixed metal ladders and cables) lead up into many sensational situations, while in winter the region becomes a premier skiing destination for thousands of Europeans.
The authors hope that these treks through the Dolomites will yield rewarding experiences and enduring memories for readers able to visit this most extraordinary region. The maps recommended by the authors are listed below.
Sketch map showing locations of the hikes described in the guide
Maps for Alta Via 1 (Alte Vie 1):
Cortina d'Ampezzo e Dolomiti Ampezzane 1:25,000 hiking map #3. Tabacco.
Prealpi e Dolomiti Bellunesi 1:25,000 hiking map #24. Tabacco.
Dolomiti di Zoldo Cadorine e Agordine - S. Vito di Cad. 1:25,000 hiking map #25. Tabacco.
Val Gardena - Alpe di Siusi/Gröden - Seiseralm 1:25,000 hiking map #5. Tabacco.
Pale di San Martino 1:25,000 hiking map #22. Tabacco.
Alpi Feltrine - Cimònega - Lè Vette 1:25,000 hiking map #23. Tabacco.
Bressanone/Brixen - Val di Funes/Villnösstal 1:25,000 hiking map #30. Tabacco.
Shorter Walks in the Dolomites Hiking Guide. Cicerone.
Guidebook to day walks in the Italian Dolomites. The 50 graded walks range from short leisurely strolls to full-day high mountain expeditions, each designed to fit into a single day. The Dolomites are an ideal walking destination from June to September, and can easily be reached from Verona, Treviso, Venice and Innsbruck airports.
Sketch map showing the areas covered by the guide
Walking in the Dolomites. Cicerone Press.
This guide leads you through breathtaking alpine scenery flanked by well-graded paths and excellent mountain refuges that verge on hotels, which are easily accessible with the excellent network of public transport from major towns and travel hubs, such as Venice, Verona, Munich and Innsbruck.
Any one of these fabulous multi-day walks make for a memorable holiday in Italy's breathtaking Dolomite mountains. The author weaves the best of her 20-year experience and knowledge of this spectacular region into an original selection of itineraries on foot across each Dolomite group. Many walks follow mule-tracks constructed by troops during the First World War, when Italy fought Austria for possession of crazy summits and tunnels were hewn through impossible mountain-sides. The highlights are emphasised and the routes are furnished with fascinating explanations of wildlife and flowers. Everything, from a stroll through woods and meadows to family routes, steep rocky zigzag passages and hands-on clambers, is covered.
The author recommends two sets of maps by Tabacco; either 1:25,000 topos or 1:50,000 topos.
Sketch map showing locations of the walks described in the guide.
Recommended 1:25,000 Maps by Tabacco:
Cortina d'Ampezzo e Dolomiti Ampezzane
Val Gardena - Alpe di Siusi/Gröden - Seiseralm
Val di Fassa - Marmolada - Catinaccio/Rosengarten
Alta Badia - Fànes - Sella - Pútia/Peitlerkofel
Dolomiti di Sesto/Sextener Dolomiten
Val di Fiemme - Lagorai - Latemar
Marmolada - Pelmo - Civetta - Moiazza
Dolomiti del Centro Cadore
Pale di San Martino
Alpi Feltrine - Cimònega - Lè Vette
Prealpi e Dolomiti Bellunesi
Or Recommended 1:50,000 Maps by Tabacco:
Cadore - Cortina d'Ampezzo/Sextener Dolomiten
Sella - Marmolada - Fassa - Gardena / Gröden
Dolomiti Agordine e di Zoldo - Pale di San Martino
Via Ferratas of the Italian Dolomites - two volumes. Cicerone Press.
Book two documents southern Dolomites Via Ferrata routes in the major mountain ranges of Civetta, Schiara and Pala as well as those to the west in the Brenta. A significant addition (and, as far as we are aware, not previously published in any English language guidebook) is the inclusion of routes around the northern end of Lake Garda and the Piccole Dolomites north of Vicenza. Here the mountains are generally lower and you can enjoy ferrata climbing over a much extended season, with some routes accessible for most of the year.
Volume One covered the eastern, northern and central areas of the Dolomites, Volume Two completes the picture, focusing on the southern, Brenta and Lake Garda areas.
Vol. 1 - North, Central, East
Vol. 2 - South
Sappada - S. Stefano - Forni Avoltri - Val Visdende map. 1:50,000. Tabacco.
Forni di Sopra - Ampezzo - Sauris - Alta Val Tagliamento map. 1:50,000. Tabacco.
Val Senales - Altissima/Schnalstal - Hohe Wilde map. 1:50,000. Tabacco.