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    Experience South Tyrol - it's unforgettable!

    Don't miss the diverse range of experiences of South Tyrol! Enjoy sporting activities, discover the rich culture and visit diverse events in Alpine and Mediterranean locations. Whether young or old, everyone will find something suitable. To help you decide, we present our suggestions for an unforgettable holiday in South Tyrol. Experience the diversity!

    Deutschnofen/Nova Ponente, Dolomites Region Eggental
    Difficulty: easy
    0 altitude up
    0h:06 min duration
    Oswald von Wolkenstein Path
    Kastelruth/Castelrotto, Dolomites Region Seiser Alm

    The Oswald von Wolkenstein trail is a loop trail that leads past the ruins of Salegg and Hauenstein, and features 15 stations where you can stop and play. There’s a lot to discover along this tour, including a knight’s table, a knight‘s sword and mystical animals.

    This hiking tour can be found in the family hiking booklet “Out and About with Nix the Witch”.

    Difficulty: easy
    280 altitude up
    2h:00 min duration
    loop road of the "Barbianer Oberdorf"
    Barbian/Barbiano, Brixen/Bressanone and environs

    Explore the upper part of our beautiful village Barbian/Barbiano. The tour begins in the middle of Barbiano, on the village place near the church. We go to the "Wasserfallweg" at the end of Barbian/Barbiano. There we pass the farm called "Lukas" and on the trail 6A we arrive at a saw mill. From that point we can see to streets, one goes ahead and the other pass on the right direction. We take the second one and go right until we come to the "Wieserhof". There we have to go right and take the trail nr. 3 until we pass the information sign with "Barbian" on it. Our hike ends with the trail nr. 11, which brings us back to Barbian/Barbiano.

    Difficulty: easy
    0 altitude up
    1h:15 min duration
    Running and fitness
    Outdoor Fitness Park Niederrasen
    Rasen-Antholz/Rasun Anterselva, Dolomites Region Kronplatz/Plan de Corones
    In the recreation park in Niederrasen you will find the new outdoor fitness equipment, where everyone can enjoy working out.
    Difficulty: easy
    0 altitude up
    1h:00 min duration
    Olang 1+2
    Dolomites Region Kronplatz/Plan de Corones
    Difficulty: easy
    0 altitude up
    0h:00 min duration
    Ochsentod-Weg Trail to the Vigiljoch
    Lana, Meran/Merano and environs

    Hike from Lana: the hike starts in Lana close to the valley station of the Vigiljoch Cable Car. The first part of the hike is identical to the Aichberg culture and nature trail. Entering Raffeinweg, we follow the narrow asphalt road through orchards and vineyards uphill, but then pass by the entrance to the Waalweg irrigation channel path and follow the signs to the Haidenhof and Hoferhof farms.

    Hike from Tscherms: equally, it is also possible to start in Cermes at the village hall/village square. To do this head in the direction of Merano and then after 160 meters turn onto Baslingerstrasse and then follow the signs for trail 33A (Lebenbergeralm mountain pasture, no refreshments available), which leads us through orchards and vineyards, crossing Lebenbergstrasse several times, to the Waalweg. We then follow this for 600 m in a southerly direction, pass the Eggbauer and Leitenschenke cafés and continue to the Haidenhof...

    ..... We then leave the wide road and go tightly uphill on track no. 33A through chestnut trees and shrubland to the Hoferhof café (refreshments available here). Shortly afterwards we leave trail no. 33A and take the track signposted as Ochsentod up to the Vigiljoch.

    Difficulty: difficult
    1210 altitude up
    4h:00 min duration
    Highwalk in Anterselva di Sopra
    Rasen-Antholz/Rasun Anterselva, Dolomites Region Kronplatz/Plan de Corones

    From the Biathlon center (parking area) > on the "Franzosensteig" marked n. 11 to Vorderpassler > Schwörzalm > Bergeralm > Klammbach waterfall > Eggerhöfe > Antholz Mittertal.

    Difficulty: medium
    293 altitude up
    2h:06 min duration
    Vie Ferrate
    Via Ferrata Oskar Schuster
    Sëlva/Selva, Dolomites Region Seiser Alm
    The via ferrata leads over 700 m through steep walls and cirques before you reach the summit at 2,958 m and look down on the Val Gardena valley and the South Tyrolean Dolomites.
    The descent is via the Plattkofel normal trail to the same hut and via the Friedrich August trail back to the Sella Pass.
    Difficulty: difficult
    1511 altitude up
    5h:31 min duration
    Oachner Höfeweg Farm Trail
    Völs am Schlern/Fiè allo Sciliar, Dolomites Region Seiser Alm

    The Völser Aicha Höfeweg farm trail is a beautiful hiking route through ancient farmsteads, mountain restaurants, vineyards and chestnut groves. This trail can be seen in all its glorious beauty in springtime when the mountain meadows are blossoming all around, and in autumn when the trees are decked in vibrant hues.

    At Castle Prösels, you can take a trip back into the Middle Ages on a guided tour of the   Knights’ Hall, the castle chapel and other parts of the Renaissance castle and grounds.

    Difficulty: medium
    610 altitude up
    3h:19 min duration
    Running and fitness
    Oswald Run: 7,3 km
    Bolzano/Bozen, Bolzano/Bozen and environs
    CHARACTERISTICS Panoramic route of medium length and medium difficulty

    TERRAIN Dirt and road surface

    ROUTE After crossing the Talvera river, run along the Lungo Talvera Gries, past the numerous playgrounds and sports facilities, cross Ponte Sant'Antonio and reach the start of the Promenade Sant'Osvaldo; a few serpentines quickly take you to higher altitudes, offering enchanting panoramic views of the city and the mountains around Bolzano; the spectacular route winds its way between rocks, gentle slopes and stretches of woodland. After 3.8 km, turn around at Hotel Eberle, return to town along the same route and return to the starting point along the Talvera Promenade.
    Difficulty: easy
    176 altitude up
    2h:12 min duration
    Oberflitz - Raschötz
    Villnöss/Funes, Dolomites Region Villnösstal

    A circular hike to Außerraschötz with steeper sections and a beautiful panoramic view on Villnöss valley and Val Gardena.

    Difficulty: medium
    924 altitude up
    4h:31 min duration
    Alm pasture hike
    Mals/Malles, Vinschgau/Val Venosta

    Worthwhile hike through the Zerzertal valley to the alpine pastures Brugger- and Oberdörferalm with panoramic views of the Upper Vinschgau Valley basin and the surrounding Alps.

    Difficulty: medium
    1192 altitude up
    7h:00 min duration
    Ortler High Mountain Trail
    Stilfs/Stelvio, Vinschgau/Val Venosta

    The new Ortler High Mountain Trail extends around the Stelvio National Park, from Venosta Valley in South Tyrol to Valtellina in Lombardy. With an altitude performance of 8,126 m across the entire route, this high Alpine hike circumnavigates the Ortler Group, in sections running at over 3,000 m altitude, and is one of the most demanding high-altitude routes in the Alpine region. Here, everything is demanded of even the most experienced mountain hikers: surefootedness, good fitness and suitable equipment are basic requirements for the seven-day tour, as one section runs over glacial terrain. The company of a mountain guide is recommended. 

    The Ortler High Mountain Trail is approximately 119.5 km long, and offers a highly unique experience in nature. It is divided into seven daily stages, each of which can be completed in six to eight hours. The individual stages of the circular hike can also be undertaken as eventful single-day hikes exploring the wide variety of local fauna and flora in the Stelvio National Park. The ideal time for all experienced mountain hikers is between June to September, with mild temperatures and clear visibility offering a unique panoramic view of the Ortler Group glaciers. Each stage of this high Alpine circular hiking trail offers its own special scenic highlights in the truest sense of the word.

    The designated Alpine pastures and mountain huts along this high Alpine route are working farms and offer both food and accommodation to hikers.

    Difficulty: difficult
    8126 altitude up
    55h:15 min duration
    Lakes Ochsenfelder Seen 2.555m
    Rasen-Antholz/Rasun Anterselva, Dolomites Region Kronplatz/Plan de Corones
    From the Camping Antholz campsite, first take trail no. 1 in the direction of Lake Antholz and then follow trail no. 9 to the Grüblalm hut and further on to the Grüblscharte. There turn left and continue on trail no. 9 to the Lakes Ochsenfelder Seen.
    Difficulty: difficult
    1310 altitude up
    4h:12 min duration
    Punta di Lasa
    Martell/Martello, Vinschgau/Val Venosta
    The massive mountain, in Val Venosta known as the Laaser Peak, offers an impressive panorama and numerous meditative places. The path runs through light larch and Swiss stone pine (Pinus cembra) stands, across flowering alpine lawns and leads in the imposing rocky zone through a plateau with stone-men as an orientation aid, the "Steinmann Gasseloch". If there is strong wind, organ pipes are said to sound there, hence the Martell name "Orgelspitze". Via a pathless but well marked blocky summit, one reaches the highest point at 3305m.
    Difficulty: difficult
    1326 altitude up
    4h:25 min duration
    Tappeinerweg Trail
    Meran/Merano, Meran/Merano and environs

     The Tappeinerweg Trail runs above the city from east to west. In addition to excellent sunlight, the path offers sweeping views of the town below, the Merano Valley Basin and down into the Adige Valley.

    Franz Tappeiner, a doctor and medical researcher from Val Venosta who was a passionate proponent of tourism in Merano, created the promenade and donated it to the city. The four-kilometre-long path splits off from the Gilf Promenade and follows the curve of Monte Benedetto until it reaches Quarazze. In addition to typical local vegetation, cork oak, eucalyptus, lotus, pine, various species of palms including Chinese palms, bamboo, cactus, agave, magnolias and olive trees are planted along the path.

    There are numerous access points from the town centre:
    • the steps leading up from behind the Duomo (main cathedral) along the road that leads to Dorf Tyrol
    • from Via Galilei near the chairlift to Dorf Tyrol
    • near the Silvana hill on Via Verdi
    • from the Gilf-Promenade past the Gunppowder Tower
    • on the orographic right side of the Ponte Romano

    Various inns and restaurants along the path.
    Bus-connection: bus-line 236 Merano-Passeggiata Tappeiner-Castel Torre or city-bus 3 (bus-stop Martinsbrunn)

    Difficulty: easy
    80 altitude up
    1h:00 min duration
    Trodena - Horn Alp in winter
    Truden/Trodena, Bolzano/Bozen and environs
    Starting in Trodena/Truden we take the European long distance path E5. We walk through a wonderful mixed coniferous forest on a forestry trail and we get to the col "Ziss-Sattel". The trail continues to the  "Hornalm" on 1.710 m. The panoramic view from here is surely worth the tiring climb: You have a wonderful view over the mountain chain "Lagoraikette", the Palagruppe, the two mountains Schwarzhorn and Weißhorn, the Latemar, the Rosengarten group, the Schlern and the Alps of the Stubaital and Ötztal. After a stop for a bite to eat, we take the path E5 back to Trodena. The Alp is open in Winter from Tuesday to Sunday.
    Difficulty: medium
    685 altitude up
    4h:05 min duration
    Tschengls Valley
    Prad am Stilfser Joch/Prato allo Stelvio, Vinschgau/Val Venosta

    Hike in the Stelvio national park with panoramic view of the opposite arid Monte Sole mountain.

    Difficulty: medium
    642 altitude up
    3h:19 min duration
    The Titschen Brook Promenade a Salorno/Salurn
    Salorno/Salurn, The South Tyrolean Wine Road

    According to a legend recorded by Ignaz Vinzenz Zingerle, two children once found a sword made of pure gold here. This sword was stuck in the earth, and couldn’t be completely pulled out. When they returned the next day, a man dressed in old-fashioned attire led them to the grotto behind the waterfall where there were magnificent chambers. That’s where the man revealed to them that he was waiting to be released from a curse: Only he who was able to completely draw the sword from the ground would be able to save him. The sword and the man in the old-fashioned clothing were never seen again.

    Difficulty: easy
    21 altitude up
    0h:10 min duration
    Terrain Cure Trail 5 - Partschins – Sonnenberg Panoramic Trail – Naturns
    Naturns/Naturno, Meran/Merano and environs

    The climatic terrain cure is a special form of exercise therapy characterised by activity adapted to one’s fitness level, endurance training, and time spent in the outdoors experiencing the landscape, which is carried out through a personalised walking programme.

    So-called terrain hiking improves endurance and agility, increases speed and flexibility, reinforces the cardiovascular system, stimulates breathing activity and strengthens muscles, ligaments and joints. It has a positive impact on the metabolism, activates the digestive system and noticeably increases the expenditure of calories.
    The climatic terrain cure is recommended for functional cardiovascular disorders, respiratory and metabolic disorders, and above all is a tried and tested method of primary prevention and general health promotion.
    The "Terrainkur" trails in Partschins/Parcines have been certified  by the Ludwig-Maximilians-University of Munich.

    Difficulty: easy
    345 altitude up
    2h:21 min duration
    Running and fitness
    Trail running Tru di lec/Lakes path
    Badia, Dolomites Region Alta Badia

    The route that starts in Badia and goes up to the idyllic lakes Lech Dlá Lunch and Lech da Sompunt is the ideal route for those who enjoy running on gravel paths, undergrowth and meadows.

    As you run through fresh forests and green meadows at the foot of Mount Gherdenacia, the view sweeps freely over the Dolomite landscape. The mountains Sas dla Crusc and Lavarela are simply amazing.

    Difficulty: medium
    357 altitude up
    2h:30 min duration
    Theme path: The story of the Höhlensteintal/Val di Landro valley
    Toblach/Dobbiaco, Dolomites Region 3 Zinnen

    To commemorate the First World War, the municipality of Toblach/Dobbiaco and the Province of South Tyrol want to use this themed path to remember the diverse, interesting and eventful history of the Höhlensteintal/Val di Landor valley. In order to show this story, suitable sculptures were erected at 4 locations, which evoke associations with the topics of traffic & travel, view of the Three Peaks, tourism & alpinism and war & defense and make these easily understandable for everyone.

    Transport & Travel: There is an abstract locomotive on the former railway line, as a reminder of the Dolomite Railway, which operated here from 1921-1964. At the same time, the history of the railways and traffic is dealt with.

    View of the Tree Peaks: The portal on the street as an eye-catcher and the covered wooden platform are the actual starting point and thus the most important part of the themed path concept. At this station, the topics of the Dolomites UNESCO World Heritage, the Three Peaks Nature Park and mountaineering history are dealt with, with the pioneer Paul Grohmann, who set out from the Höhlensteintal valley on August 21, 1869 to climb the Three Peaks for the first time.

    Tourism & Alpinism: A stagecoach with information on the successful and later tragically ending tourism history of the Postgasthof and later Grandhotel Baur is a reminder of tourism. At this point, the ruins of the hotel complex, which was unfortunately completely uselessly blown up due to the impending war in 1915, are still visible. The chapel alone was spared at that time.

    War & Defense: A steel sculpture in the form of an armored personnel carrier is located at the location of the huge fortress from 1884, which was built by the Austro-Hungarian Empire and taken over by Italy after 1919. In 1942 it was supplemented with extensive bunkers.

    suitable for baby stroller
    Difficulty: easy
    0 altitude up
    0h:30 min duration
    Running and fitness
    Trail Running in Rodeneck
    Mühlbach/Rio di Pusteria, Brixen/Bressanone and environs
    Trail running trail in Rodeneck
    total length: 16,8 km
    ascent: 466 m
    highest point: 2.194 m
    Difficulty: easy
    545 altitude up
    3h:00 min duration
    Alpine hut Teplitzerhütte
    Ratschings/Racines, Sterzing/Vipiteno and environs

    From the parking area of the mine museum in Maiern/Masseria the designated path no. 9 leads up to the two huts. First, quite steeply to a road which leads to the plateau Senner-and Aglsboden. If you have passed the Aglsboden, the path ascends to the next section of the valley and soon reaches the hut Grohmannhütte. The rest of the hike, approximately another 300 meters of altitude on a steep trail, leads into a high alpine surrounding to the hut Teplitzer Hütte. Surefootedness required!

    Difficulty: difficult
    1210 altitude up
    6h:00 min duration
    Adventure trail "Avia" - The Lumberjack-Trail
    Jenesien/San Genesio Atesino, Bolzano/Bozen and environs
    AVIA – Lumberjack Trail from San Genesio village centre to Avigna, and on to the Mezzavia in the Sarentino Valley.
    9 interactive stations themed around timber felling and wood processing and the prehistory of the village of Afing will be inviting visitors of all ages to embark on an enthralling journey
    of discovery.
    Difficulty: medium
    401 altitude up
    3h:01 min duration
    Running and fitness
    Trail Running in Vals
    Mühlbach/Rio di Pusteria, Brixen/Bressanone and environs
    Trail running trail in Valles/Jochtal
    total length: 13,5 km
    ascent: 912 m
    highest point: 2.203 m
    Difficulty: medium
    945 altitude up
    3h:04 min duration
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      Uphill Seespitz
      Meran and environs
      Starting point: Töll Etschbrücke (525 m) End point: Gasthaus …
      44 km total slope
      7 lifts
      Highest point: 2,505 m