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Easy hikes in Dolomites near Castelrotto/Ortesei?

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We will be staying in Castelrotto for 4 days. Our plan is two days hiking and two days doing other siteseeing. The complication is last week my husband had an accident and partially (temporarily) dislocated his kneecap and tore a ligament in the back of his knee. He starts physical therapy next week and they say recovery should take 6-8 weeks (but as many as twelve). We will be in Castelrotto in 7 weeks. So.....looking for recommendations of hikes in that area that would be easier - to be honest we are not huge hikers anyway, but in good shape and exercise regularly. Mostly looking for incredible scenery and fun stops at huts for food and espresso breaks!! We will also be with our two teens. Have tried googling for hikes but I just find agencies that I can book trips with and our local bookstores didn't have anything. Recommendations of actual hikes or books to order online would be helpful. Also, we will have a car.
Thanks!

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