SOUNDS OF THE DOLOMITES

From 7th July to 31 August

SOUNDS OF THE DOLOMITES
In July and August in the world's most beautiful and treasured mountains


HOW TO MAKE THE MOST OF SOUNDS OF THE DOLOMITES
  • Please check for any changes to the programme

 

  • Come along on the walks with the Trentino Mountain Guides - there’s no charge

 

  • Wear suitable clothing and bring food and water, especially for the Dawn in the Dolomites concert 

 

  • Remember that cable cars, chair lifts and shuttle buses are at your own expense
  • In case of uncertain weather, the concert might start before the scheduled time. Please be at the venue around 12 pm. 

 

  • Timings are for the outbound walk, vertical ascent is given in metres

 

  • In case of bad weather, the concerts will take place in the valley on the same dayTickets will be available from the theatre booking offices starting from 2 hours before the beginning of the concert; there are a limited number of places

 

  • Make the concerts part of a holiday to discover the region

 

  • Please note that representatives of Trentino Marketing will be taking photos and making audio-video recordings during the concerts and that these will be later used for promotional and corporate purposes. If you do not want them to photograph or film you or minors in your charge, please make sure you sit more than 10 metres from the performance area

In case of uncertain weather, the concert might start before the scheduled time. 
WALKING GUIDEBOOK - Some advice from Trentino Mountain Rescue
  • Plan your route, choosing a walk suitable for your level of fitness, and make sure you have suitable equipment

 

  • Check the weather forecast

 

  • Walking on your own can be risky, leave details of your route and the approximate time of your return with someone

 

  • Consider hiring a local guide

 

  • Pay attention to the notices and sign-posts along your route

 

  • Be prepared to turn back if necessary

 

  • In case of accident, call the emergency number 112 for help
WHAT TO PUT IN YOUR RUCKSACK for a day’s walk

Waterproof jacket and trousers, change of t-shirt and/or sweater, cap, gloves, sunglasses, mobile phone, first aid kit, ample food and water, map, whistle, camera, binoculars


 


LEGEND
Accompanied disabled
 This symbol means you can get very close to the concert venue with your car. From there you will need to make your way over a short stretch of grassy or uneven ground either on your own or with a helper. We recommend you call the numbers given for more detailed information
Food & drink
This symbol indicates a refuge or other place near the concert venue where you can get food & drink
Free
This symbol means there is no fee charged for concerts. Trekking only is a fee-paying event
Shuttle bus
This symbol means that he immediate vicinity of the concert venue can be reached by shuttle buses
Cable car
This symbol means that the immediaty vicinity of the concert venue can be reached by cable car
LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY OF WALKS

T  - an easy walk suitable for everyone

E - a good walk but with no technical difficulties

EE - a demanding walk for experienced walkers only

EEA – for experienced walkers with mountaineering equipment

Dolomiti Unesco
Provincia di Trento
C.A.I.
Trento Rifugi
Guide Alpine Trento
Soccorso Alpino Trentino
Croce Rossa Italiana - Trento
Montura
Distillerie Marzadro