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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!

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    Dantercepies II
    Sëlva/Selva, Dolomites Region Val Gardena

    Whether in summer when hiking or on the bike or in winter on skis, Dantercepies and the area around the Sellaronda offer beautiful hikes, exciting flow trails and perfectly prepared ski slopes.

     

    Bike Park & Flow trails in Selva di Val Gardena - South Tyrol

    New and unspoiled trails, the Dantercepies cable car within easy reach and the amazing landscape of the Dolomites as far as the eye can see - an ideal mountain bike destination

    2 flow trails that will make any biker’s day! Both trails consist of a 1.6 km easy line, making it a blast for children and adults alike. Thanks to the Dantercepies lift facility and the Cir chairlift, both trails can be easily reached as many times as you like. Nothing will get in the way of your fun day out! ENJOY THE FLOW RIDE!

    Difficulty: easy
    0 altitude up
    0h:21 min duration
    Hiking
    Dolomites World Heritage Geotrail II - Stage 9: from the Plätzwiese High Plateau to the Dreizinnenhütte Hut
    Prags/Braies, Dolomites Region 3 Zinnen
    The ninth stage of the Dolomites World Heritage Geotrail II leads up the Rienztal valley to the Dreizinnenhütte hut in the shadow of the Three Peaks. This stage takes in a precise moment in the geological history of the Dolomites, namely when, 235 million years ago, after a period of intense volcanic activity, new reefs of algae, sponges and corals took root on the cores of the previous tropical atolls.

    More information: https://www.dolomitiunesco.info/attivita/dolomites-world-heritage-geotrail/?lang=en
    Difficulty: medium
    1387 altitude up
    6h:04 min duration
    Hiking
    The Geologist's Trail
    Kastelruth/Castelrotto, Dolomites Region Seiser Alm

    The Geologists’ Trail takes you on a journey through the history of the Earth. Over millions of years waters of the Frötschbach stream have eroded the rock strata, revealing how the Dolomites came into being. With spectacular waterfalls en-route, this trail offers hikers and amateur geologists a beautiful hike and a fascinating insight into the Earth’s history.

    Difficulty: medium
    613 altitude up
    4h:10 min duration
    Hiking
    Mount Dura
    Rasen-Antholz/Rasun Anterselva, Dolomites Region Kronplatz/Plan de Corones

    From Antholz Niedertal (Bad Salomonsbrunn) > Walderhöfe > mark n. 31b or the forest road to the Hofstattalm (rest station) > Langeggalm (not open) > the path continues to the Durakopf peek.

    Difficulty: medium
    1172 altitude up
    3h:30 min duration
    Hiking
    Panoramic Trail on the Plose Mountain
    Brixen/Bressanone, Brixen/Bressanone and environs

    The Dolomiten Panoramaweg Trail on the Plose offers magnificent views of the western Dolomites.

    Difficulty: medium
    625 altitude up
    4h:37 min duration
    Hiking
    Daimerweg [trail] – Sand in Taufers
    Sand in Taufers/Campo Tures, Ahrntal/Valle Aurina

    The Speikboden is more than just a favorite ski area. It is also an ideal hiking area. The mountain got its name from a little flower that grows in the high mountains – Alpine valerian, or “Speik” in German – and that is in fact because this lovely flower is often found in the hiking area.

    With the cable cars you can reach the "Speikboden Alm" at 2000 metres of altitude or the Sonnklar mountain at 2400 metres above sea level. Both are starting points for fantastic walks and hikes along well maintained trails. Particularly popular are the sunrise walks - to spot the first sunrays while the valley still lies in darkness is a memorable experience.

    Difficulty: easy
    12 altitude up
    1h:55 min duration
    Hiking
    The Stone man
    Sarntal/Sarentino, Bolzano/Bozen and environs

    The Stone Men (Stoanernen Mandlen) - Moonlight and Satan’s milk - the true story of the Val Sarentino witch ‘Pachlerzottl’

    Barb (Barbara) Stöckele married Kunz Pachler and moved to the Bachlerhof from her home on the opposite side of the valley. The cheerful young farmer’s wife brought new prosperity to the farmstead, though Katl Hiller, the former housekeeper at the Bachlerhof grew suspicious of her. Several years later, after no heir to the farm had been born, Katl took Kunz aside, asking if he hadn’t noticed that Barb was involved in black magic and saying that God would never entrust her with a child. Kunz became increasingly estranged from Barb, who grew lonely and depressed realising she had been abandoned. One day Katl observed her as she splashed around in a water trough, deep in thought. Straight afterwards a devastating thunder storm broke out over the Sarntal valley and all Windlahn blamed it on Barb, saying she had brought it about by magic. Barb soon realised that she had been branded a witch, and that every kind of misfortune was attributed to her: the death of a child, just as much as a cornfield flattened by hail. Barb became a recluse and hid at her mother’s for weeks on end. After her mother’s death she went to ruin, wandering from place to place, homeless, in rags, ‘zottelig’ (unkempt, with matted hair). The accusations of witchcraft accumulated and she, the ‘Pachlerzottl’ was imprisoned in Schloss Reineck castle. Under torture she admitted to making mice out of coal, to putting a spell on milk, to riding on a broomstick to the Steinernen Mandlen at Auen, to masticating children and to copulating with the devil. She was tried in the Kellerburg in 1540 and the trial records are still preserved complete. ‘Pachlerzottl’ was condemned to death for witchcraft and burnt alive at the ‘Galgenangerle’ (gallows corner) at the northern end of Sarnthein where the Öttenbach stream runs into the Talfer.

    The Pachlerzottl tragedy is re-enacted as a play on the first three Thursday evenings in July, with the original Steinernen Mandeln as a backdrop.

    Difficulty: medium
    446 altitude up
    2h:30 min duration
    Hiking
    Dolomites high mountain trail nº 2
    Brixen/Bressanone, Brixen/Bressanone and environs

    The scenic, long-distance hike through the western Dolomites runs from Brixen/Bressanone in the Eisacktal Valley to Feltre in the Province of Belluno.

    Difficulty: difficult
    12921 altitude up
    57h:43 min duration
    Hiking
    Dolomite Alpine Ridgeway No.1
    Dolomites Region 3 Zinnen
    This alpine path leads along the north - south route through the eastern Dolomites. During the course of the hike you will get to know interesting areas of the eastern Dolomites. The main route leads along an average height of 2.000m - so you have to expect high - alpine conditions. With the exception of the last sections, which can be bypassed on an easier path, experienced hikers will have no difficulties.

    Stages: 8 -12 days
    Difficulty: difficult
    6820 altitude up
    41h:00 min duration
    Running and fitness
    Drei Zinnen Alpine Run
    Sexten/Sesto, Dolomites Region 3 Zinnen

    The Drei Zinnen Alpine Run is the sporting event in the Sesto Dolomites and one of the mountain run classics. An adventurous weekend is guaranteed: Fun and entertainment for the whole family with international athletes.

    Every year in september the race takes 1000 athletes through the stunning scenery of the Sesto Dolomites to the finish at the Rifugio Antonio Locatelli S. Innerkofler just below the world famous Three Peaks. This is what makes it one of the most beautiful mountain runs in the world. With a distance of 17.5 km and an altitude differential of 1,350 m it demands a high level of fitness.

    Difficulty: difficult
    1100 altitude up
    3h:30 min duration
    Hiking
    Dolomites UNESCO Geotrail - Stage 8: from Pederü to Plätzwiese
    Al Plan/San Vigilio, Dolomites Region Kronplatz/Plan de Corones

    The eighth stage of the Dolomites World Heritage Geotrail II crosses the Senes plateau and reaches Prato Piazza along the northern side of the Croda Rossa d'Ampezzo. This stage invites you to observe the different forms that the relief takes around us: the peaks, the ridges, the valleys, the plateaus, the gorges, are all traces of the balance between erosion and tectonic uplift, which has been shaping the Dolomites for 30 million years.
    Discover more: https://www.dolomitiunesco.info/attivita/dolomites-world-heritage-geotrail/

    The Dolomites UNESCO Geotrail consists of 10 daily stages, focussing particularly on the Dolomites’ geological history.

    Difficulty: medium
    1305 altitude up
    6h:22 min duration
    Hiking
    The Path of Breath
    Altrei/Anterivo, Bolzano/Bozen and environs
    The breath path measures 661 meters and was created at 1300 meters above sea level. above the sports field of Anterivo.
    The breath path is effective
    • when you have to breathe your way of life
    • when you need to be helped to walk
    • when you have to look for solutions to problems.
    The breath path should always be used with:

    • slowness
    • caution in the movements
    • spirit of listening and reflection.
    Before embarking on the path of breath, read calmly the sign written in 4 languages. You are now free to know all the places on the path.
    Difficulty: easy
    0 altitude up
    0h:07 min duration
    Hiking
    Trail of the Seven Churches in Brixen
    Brixen/Bressanone, Brixen/Bressanone and environs

    This contemplative cultural/historical hiking circuit on the Pfeffersberg mountain spans the seven churches above Brixen/Bressanone, testifying to the deep Christian beliefs of the local population. On the third Sunday of September, the annual pilgrimage is held in the church district of Brixen, known as the “Seven Church Procession”.

    Difficulty: easy
    455 altitude up
    2h:46 min duration
    Hiking
    Along Wiesenweg around Schenna
    Schenna/Scena, Meran/Merano and environs

    The hike along Wiesenweg is a pleasant circular route that takes in Schenna’s castles and farms and offers some lovely scenic viewing points where you can stop along the way. Absolutely recommended when the apple blossom is in flower in spring.

    Difficulty: easy
    249 altitude up
    2h:00 min duration
    Hiking
    The WineCulturePath
    Marling/Marlengo, Meran/Merano and environs

    Along the way you can find information panels about the history and culture of qine, as well as giant-size items used in winegrowing: a "Reber" (vine knife), a "Moster" (pounder) and a "Pazeide", an ancient wine and measuring vessel on the village square.

    Difficulty: easy
    164 altitude up
    1h:25 min duration
    Mountaineering
    Dolomites Alpine Ridgeway No. 4
    Innichen/San Candido, Dolomites Region 3 Zinnen

    This path leads through the imposing rock reign of the Sesto Dolomites and the splendid Dolomites massifs Sorapis and Antelao. This route is recommended for experienced mountaineers only. Numerous sections lead along secured fixed-aid climbs amidst steep walls, and many easier climbing passages are present. Despite it's difficulty, path no. 4 is not overly demanding, since the path is located above the treeline for the most part and it does not feature huge differences in altitude.

    Stages: 8 -10 days

     

    Difficulty: difficult
    7046 altitude up
    25h:16 min duration
    Mountaineering
    Dolomites Alpine Ridgeway No. 5
    Sexten/Sesto, Dolomites Region 3 Zinnen

    Walking this Alpine ridgeway is a challenging task and therefore only advisable for hikers who are experienced, sure-footed and, above all, fit. From the scenery point of view, this trail does not have such open views as trail no. 4, for example. However, it does pass through some areas that are particularly remote such as the Sexten Dolomites, which is one of the scenic highlights of the hike.

    Stages: 10-12 days

     

    Difficulty: difficult
    7164 altitude up
    25h:22 min duration
    Hiking
    The path across the cols: The traditions and customs path
    Gsies/Valle di Casies

    The history: The mountains of Defreggen Tal Valley form a big border between Val Casies Valley (I) and Villgratental Valley (A). It has always been crossed by the residents of the two valleys to trade. During the years from 1810–1814 and after the 2nd world war different goods have been smuggled across the border. Because of this the three “The path across the cols” developed. Some informative signs were arranged along the paths to tell about the history and life in earlier times.

    Difficulty: difficult
    1200 altitude up
    6h:00 min duration
    Hiking
    Il giro di Flitt/Die Flittrunde
    Lüsen/Luson, Brixen/Bressanone and environs

    This, a little bit challenging, itinerary starts at the bridge next to the bar Verena on the road direction Würzjoch. We hike upwards on the path through the meadows along the brook Putzerbach, we pass the "Balbein Platzl" with a little pond, picnic-table and panorama lounger. Following the path through the woods, crossing the road to Flitt, we walk uphill to Flitt (1337 m). Here we can take a break and visit the idyllic chapel. The meadows of Flitt offer a beautiful view of the valley with the Peitlerkofel in the background. The path downwards, which is initially steep and its starting point is located at the farm Wurzerhof, leads us to the start of the toboggan run and then to the farm Örtlhof. From here we follow the path through the woods until we arrive at the farm Pekulerhof. Finally we walk on the street until the starting point at the Bar Verena.

    Difficulty: medium
    403 altitude up
    2h:10 min duration
    Ski Tours
    Dreieckspitze / Triangolo di Riva (3031 m)
    Prettau/Predoi, Ahrntal/Valle Aurina

    Be aware of the avalanche danger. More information at the alpine schools and the mountain guides.
    A detailed map is available in the tourist offices.

    Difficulty: medium
    1518 altitude up
    4h:04 min duration
    Hiking
    The Keschtnweg Chestnut Trail form Brixen to Klausen
    Klausen/Chiusa, Brixen/Bressanone and environs

    This section of the Keschtnweg leads from Brixen/Bressanone through noble chestnut groves to the artist’s town of Klausen/Chiusa. Marvel at the stunning views from the scenic path and the characteristic cultural landscape of the Eisacktal Valley.

    Difficulty: medium
    815 altitude up
    4h:55 min duration
    Hiking
    The Munkelweg trail beneath the Geisler peak
    Villnöss/Funes, Brixen/Bressanone and environs

    The spectacular Adolf-Munkelweg Trail in the Puez-Geisler Nature Park runs beneath the north face of the majestic Geisler Group at the closed end of the Villnösstal Valley. Passing through a stone pine forest and crossing Alpine rose fields, the trail leads to welcoming mountain huts ideal for a rest stop.

    Difficulty: easy
    433 altitude up
    2h:47 min duration
    Hiking
    Trail of Legends in Val Sarentino/Sarntal
    Sarntal/Sarentino, Bolzano/Bozen and environs

    Trail of Legends in Val Sarentino/Sarntal | A hike with a theme: Legends of South Tyrol | Trail of Legends in Val Sarentino/Sarntal | Directions | Starting point: Wippingerhof

    Difficulty: easy
    142 altitude up
    1h:34 min duration
    Hiking
    The Archeopfad Archaeological Trail in Brixen
    Brixen/Bressanone, Brixen/Bressanone and environs

    The Archeopfad Trail leads to the old Roman tower in Stufels/Stufles, the historical quarter in Brixen/Bressanone. From up there, a wonderful view opens out on the “Land an der Etsch” (the lands of the River Etsch), as this southern part of Tyrol was once known. The trail, retracing the old Roman paths, leads to historical monuments and ancient places of worship.

    This hike offers both novel as well as tried and tested attractions even for seasoned visitors to South Tyrol.

    Difficulty: easy
    286 altitude up
    1h:37 min duration
    Hiking
    The Almenweg (Alpine Trail) in the Hirzer region
    Schenna/Scena, Meran/Merano and environs

    This hike passes over the most spectacular alpine pastures on the slopes of the Hirzer and is a real scenic highlight. Especially in summer, when the alpenrose blossom paints the mountain meadows a brilliant red.

    Difficulty: medium
    401 altitude up
    3h:00 min duration
    Hiking
    Dolomites High Route n. 8
    Brixen/Bressanone, Brixen/Bressanone and environs

    The Dolomites High Route 8 leads from Bressanone to Salorno. It goes over a crest, which flanks the Etschtal/Val'Adige valley and the Eisacktal/Valle Isarco valley.

    The path begins together with the Dolomites High Route 2 in Bressanone, later the paths separate. The Dolomites High Route 8 offers a relatively easy crossing of the Dolomites. It was built relatively late, in 1981, from the existing network of paths. The most demanding part of the route is the passage from the Passo di Costalunga to the hut Rifugio di Pisa. Since there are many bases, the path can be followed in quite short stages, which makes it also exciting for families with children. The duration of the trail should be between 10 and 13 days. 

    Difficulty: medium
    7830 altitude up
    53h:07 min duration
    Hiking
    Dolorama
    Rodeneck/Rodengo

    The Dolorama Track: Hiking in the realm of the Dolomites

    A 4-day hiking tour in a breath-taking Alpine landscape with spectacular panoramic views, from Rodenecker mountain pastures to Laion/Lajen

     
    The beautiful peaks of the UNESCO World Heritage site of the Dolomites are always in view! The Dolorama Route runs in four stages, from the Rodenecker mountain pastures to the village of Laion/Lajen – an unforgettable hiking experience through the valleys and mountains of the Dolomites.
     
    The 61-km long Dolorama tour starts gently and then passes through the unique varied landscape of the Dolomites. Leaving the rich pastures of the Rodenecker and Lüsner Alm pastures, the route reaches the rugged rock formations of the Aferer and Villnösser Geisler, leading through pastures and meadows down to the village of Lajen/Laion. A spectacular panoramic view is to see along the entire tour on the horizon: the unique high rock formations of the Dolomites. First, the impressive Peitlerkofel in Funes/Villnöss, close to the Gömajoch ridge in the Puez-Geisler Nature Park comes into view, and then the Raschötz mountain pasture, withe the view extends to the peaks of Langkofel, Plattkofel and Schlern.
     
    The Dolorama trail consists almost entirely of forestry paths and hiking trails , and is only crossed once by a road. Along the way there are many rest areas and panorama points to stop at: for example, the prehistoric settlement site at Astmoos on the Luson/Lüsner Alm pasture or the alpine pastures of Raschötz. For those who want to undertake the 4-day tour in stages, there are many access paths and descents along the entire route. These, as well as the starting point and target destination, are all easily accessible by public bus.

    There are many Alpine huts along the way, offering refreshments and accommodation.
    All in all: a pure experience of the Dolomites !

    Dolorama - Total Distance
    » Starting point: Zumis car park, Rodengo/Rodeneck
    » Endpoint: Laion/Lajen
    » Route: 61 km | ascent: 2,356 hm | descent: 3,004 hm
    » Walking time: approx. 19 hours 15 min.

    Stages of the Route:
    » Stage 1: from the Zumis car park at the Rodeneckker/Lüsner Alm mountain pasture to the Maurerberghütte hut (ca 6.30 h)
    » Stage 2: from the Maurerberghütte mountain hut to the Schlüterhütte alpine hut (ca. 4.45 h)
    » Stage 3: from the Schlüterhütte alpine hut to the Raschötz shelter hut (ca. 5 h)
    » Stage 4: from the Raschötz shelter hut to the village of Laion/Lajen (ca. 3 h)
    Difficulty: medium
    2385 altitude up
    96h:00 min duration
    Vie Ferrate
    Via Ferrata Fennberg
    Kurtinig an der Weinstraße/Cortina sulla Strada del Vino, The South Tyrolean Wine Road

    An almost vertical chimney makes the beginning of the via ferrata found 3.8 km south of Margreid. This is followed by rock passageways with brackets, wire ropes and iron ladders. A partially exposed hiking trail leads through scrub forest to the last rock passage (summit book). Then follows a short secured route, until the trail merges into a forest path that leads to the first houses of Unterfennberg. After approx. 300 meters on a paved road, a forest path branches off to the left - marking 3 -. On this you reach the meadow and lake of Unterfennberg (1047 m), where there are two restaurants.

     There are two options for the way back: on the "normal way" (signpost 3) to Margreid and from there either by taxi - taxi Boccher Tel. +39 3356142064 - or on foot about ¾ hour to the starting point. Or from Unterfennberg south following the mark 502 B to Aichholz (Roverè della Luna). From the center on asphalt in a northerly direction about 2 km to your starting point.

     Tip: Do not start too late; the rock walls heat up very fast!

    Difficulty: medium
    820 altitude up
    2h:30 min duration
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      Summer
      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