Autumn holidays in the Dolomites the whole family

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We offer a special children's program at the Family Resort Rainer when the bigger kids go back to school in the autumn.

From Monday to Friday (9:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.) we take children out on short hikes among the nearby meadows, woods and streams. Lunch and an afternoon nap are included.

If you enjoy active days out with the family and want a good choice of nature walks, Sesto is the right place for you.

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Our 5 top tips and advices for an autumn holiday with young children:

1. What's the weather like in autumn?

It's more stable, but the days are getting shorter and temperatures are dropping. Indeed, it can be quite cold in the morning. So don't forget to pack some long trousers for hiking, plus a jacket, hat and gloves.
IMPORTANT: Children in particular need to wear some fairly warm clothing, because they don't do much walking and so get cold more quickly.

2. What equipment do we need?

We rent out baby carriers, child carrier backpacks and hiking strollers, and possibly even thermal bags and waterproof jackets. Children should bring their own rubber boots and waterproof trousers.

3. What are some good trips out with children in the Dolomites of Sesto?

  • The ski lifts are open until the end of October, as are the superb adventure parks. 
  • The Val Fiscalina is easy to get to from the Resort.
  • You can go on enjoyable hikes up to Malga Nemes or Malga Klammbach and sample some of their delicious homemade food.
  • A walk around Lake Braies or a ride in a rowing boat! Definitely less crowded than in the summer.

4. How can we encourage our children to walk?

  • Give yourselves enough time! If your child suddenly refuses to walk any further, try giving him a bit more time.
  • Take your children out on an exciting nature walk! Find them suitable hiking sticks. Collect pebbles and pine cones, do balancing tricks on tree trunks, or play hide-and-seek. Young hikers are even interested in watching beetles or ants.
  • The journey is more important than the destination! You don't always need to get to the end of the route, or to reach the top of the peak. It's the children who dictate the pace.

5. How can we organise a hike with children?

When you go hiking with children, it's important to take regular breaks. Stop at a mountain hut with a playground or animals, or by a lake or stream. And some hearty snacks such as biscuits or cereal bars will help keep them in a good mood.

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