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Dolomiti Rangers: helping young explorers grow

Discovering the extraordinary <strong>nature</strong> of the <strong>Dolomites</strong> together with the whole family, having fun and learning: if you like the idea and have children between the ages of 7 and 12, <strong>Dolomiti Rangers, the ad hoc programme for parents and children</strong>, may be just right for you!

1. Studying nature through play

The project aims to introduce children to the natural sciences, helping them to familiarise themselves with the flora and fauna of these enchanted places through a series of playful and educational activities proposed by a team of expert guides, who will accompany your children through different trials until they have earned their “ranger” diploma.

2. A summer adventure

The best time to embark on this adventure is obviously the warm season. During the summer months, young explorers can immerse themselves in amazing nature trails and face obstacles to overcome and dilemmas to address. What animal left these tracks on the ground? What species does this colourful flower belong to? 

The answers will come, and thanks to the direct approach in the field all your children's senses will be involved so that they will preserve these outdoor lessons not only in their minds, but also in their hearts, making it virtually impossible to forget what they have learnt.

3. In Tre Cime Nature Park

Two days together to get to know the natural wonders of Alta Pusteria better: on the first day you’ll explore the Dolomites together with a specialised guide, along with the Tre Cime and Fanes-Senes-Braies Nature Parks with the vegetation that surrounds them. You’ll have a hard time waiting on the second day, as you’ll have to wait until dusk for your adventure: indeed, the tour is at night. 

The atmosphere will be almost magical, while the silence will only be interrupted by the noises of the animals intrigued by your after-hours presence. Both excursions can be booked or just one of the two.

4. In Puez-Odle Nature Park

Children will learn more about the mysterious world of animals and plants in the Dolomites inside this Italian green lung. They will no longer wonder how plants survive or what a national park actually is.

5. In Sciliar Catinaccio Nature Park

Discover where animals live in the forest and around water. This exploratory trip gives children a closer look at how creatures live in the forest at the Laghetto di Fiè, before learning how to follow their tracks.

6. In Fanes Senes Braies Nature Park

This itinerary is ideal for both children and their families; it is organised three days a week in and around the Nature Park visitor centre.