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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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    Running and fitness
    Seiser Alm Half-Marathon Route
    Kastelruth/Castelrotto, Dolomites Region Seiser Alm

    The track crosses the whole Seiser Alm and leads over gravel, narrow paths and wooden bridges. The reward is fantastic view over the Dolomites.

    Difficulty: difficult
    576 altitude up
    5h:57 min duration
    Vie Ferrate
    Mëisules (Mesules/Pössnecker)
    Sëlva/Selva, Dolomites Region Val Gardena

    The Mesules is legendary: it is one of the oldest via ferratas in the Dolomites (1912) as well
    as one of the most demanding in the area.

    Difficulty: difficult
    1271 altitude up
    5h:05 min duration
    Running and fitness
    Bühlen Loop Route
    Kastelruth/Castelrotto, Dolomites Region Seiser Alm

    This medium-length route is particularly challenging. It leads you along the Moosbühel, through the woods heading north towards Kastelruth. Underfoot, the terrain varies between gravel, asphalt and wood trails.

    Difficulty: medium
    289 altitude up
    2h:16 min duration
    Hiking
    Barrier- free tour in Selva - The Old Railway Line
    Urtijëi/Ortisei, Dolomites Region Val Gardena

    The Val Gardena railway trail runs along the entire length of the valley and takes you past woods, meadows, hamlets and local sights on the sunny side of the valley. Choose between Selva, S. Cristina and Ortisei as your starting point. The walk follows the course of the former Val Gardena railway, which was built during the First World War – in the years 1915-1916.

    On a section of the path you will find a number of bronze sculptures by local artists. These give walkers and hikers an insight into the fascinating history of art in the Gardena Valley.

    Along the railway line trail from La Poza towards S. Cristina there is a snow gauge, which measures the amount of snowfall for the period from 1951 to the present day.

    Difficulty: easy
    61 altitude up
    2h:31 min duration
    Hiking
    Circular nature path at the Lake
    Rasen-Antholz/Rasun Anterselva, Dolomites Region Kronplatz/Plan de Corones

    Lake Antholz parking spot > passed the Huberalm Hut on to the Tiroler Hut > cross the stream and walk toward the lake > keep your left for the nature trail around the mountain lake. The walking tour can also be done the other way around.

    Difficulty: easy
    79 altitude up
    1h:30 min duration
    Mountaineering
    Aglsspitz peak
    Ratschings/Racines, Sterzing/Vipiteno and environs

    Starting from the end of the Ridnauntal/Val Ridanna via the described route to Grohmann and Teplitzer hut. After the alpine hut called Teplitzer Hütte, take trail no. 6 to the Hohe Trog and then on to the Magdeburgerscharte wind gap. From there it goes over the ridge up to the summit, which offers a phenomenal view. The way back is via the ascent path. Alternative: Over the Pfurnsee lake on trail no. 9A up to the Hohe Trog and from there as described up to the Aglsspitz. The way back is via the ascent path.

    Difficulty: difficult
    1780 altitude up
    9h:00 min duration
    Hiking
    La Ferata – The old railway line featuring Bronze Sculptures and Snow Depths - Winter
    Sëlva/Selva, Dolomites Region Val Gardena

    The Val Gardena railway trail runs along the entire length of the valley and takes you past woods, meadows, hamlets and local sights on the sunny side of the valley. Choose between Ortisei (St. Ulrich), S. Cristina and Selva (Wolkenstein) as your starting point. The walk follows the course of the former Val Gardena railway, which was built during the First World War – in the years 1915-1916.

    On a section of the path you will find a number of bronze sculptures by local artists. These give walkers and hikers an insight into the fascinating history of art in the Gardena Valley.

    Along the railway line trail from La Poza towards S. Cristina there is a snow gauge, which measures the amount of snowfall for the period from 1951 to the present day.

    Difficulty: easy
    61 altitude up
    2h:31 min duration
    Hiking
    From Kastelruth to the Witches' Benches on the Puflatsch
    Kastelruth/Castelrotto, Dolomites Region Seiser Alm

    People have always looked on the Witches’ Benches on the Puflatsch as being a magical spot. It is here that the Schlern witches are said to have gathered together before flying over the Schlern. The witches are no longer here, but their benches are as wonderful as ever: The rocky porphyry boulders in the form of armchairs are a fabulous spot to stop off for a rest. And for an extra bonus: The 360° view over the Schlern and the Seiser Alm, Tiosels, the Val Gardena/Gröden Valley, Ritten and the Ortles in the distance.

    Difficulty: difficult
    772 altitude up
    5h:34 min duration
    Hiking
    The village tour of Selva Val Gardena
    Sëlva/Selva, Dolomites Region Val Gardena

    The village tour in Selva starts directly at the Selva Tourist Office.

    From there, follow the signs towards Vallunga/Langental on path no. 14 to the Silvester chapel. To the left of the chapel you now go over the Way of the Cross in the direction of Daunëi. At the beginning of the path you can see the ruins of Selva Castle on the top right. From Daunëi it is now a bit downhill until we reach the old railway path, which we take in the direction of S. Cristina.

    As soon as we have reached the district of La Poza, we cross the street towards the district of La Sëlva. We can already see the Castel/GardenaFischburg from afar, where our path leads along. Then it goes back to the starting point via the walkingpath of La Sëlva.

    Difficulty: medium
    247 altitude up
    2h:28 min duration
    Hiking
    Alpine pastures round: Haideralm alpine pasture - Bruggeralm alpine pasture
    Vinschgau/Val Venosta
    Easy, family-friendly hike with many opportunities to rest. The hike begins with a gondola ride from the village of St. Valentin to the Haideralm. From the station at the top of the Haideralm/Malga S. Valentino, the path signposted no. 16A passes the lake Plandelinaira. Follow the path, at first relatively flat, then increasingly curvy and steep to the Brugger Alm alpine pasture. Take a short break to taste the delicious homemade cheese and butter. Follow the path signposted no. 8 along the Zerzerbach stream and after a short time stop to admire the Chapel Saint Martin, which can also be seen from the village. The trail continues to Fauler See Lake, ideal for barbecues in the summer. The path signposted no. 5A leads to the edge of the Haidersee lake. Follow this path until the ski-lift station of the Haideralm.
    Alternative: Cross the floating bridge to the eastern side of the lake near the Fischerhäuser and return to the village.
    Difficulty: easy
    199 altitude up
    2h:00 min duration
    Running and fitness
    Huber Weiher Lake -Sprint
    Völs am Schlern/Fiè allo Sciliar, Dolomites Region Seiser Alm

    The short track around the Huber Weiher lake is perfect for building up your condition.

    Difficulty: easy
    2 altitude up
    0h:10 min duration
    Hiking
    Meransen Alpine Hut Circuit (Almhüttenrundweg)
    Vintl/Vandoies, Brixen/Bressanone and environs

    The Maranza Alpine Hut Circuit starts at the Gitschberg cable car mountain station. The cable car from Maranza  runs also in the summermonth. The Gitschberg Alpine Hut Circuit is very clearly signposted so it should be easy to find your way.{MQ}First take trail no. 20 to the Gitschhütte mountain hut (refreshments available), then no. 12 to the Zasslerhütte mountain hut . Follow trail no. 21 to the Ochsenboden, continue to where it joins trail no. 6, then turn left along this via the Kleiner Gitsch to the panoramic viewpoint and finally on to the Moserhütte mountain hut (refreshments available). From the hut, take a new mountain trail down to the Gampen rest area and from there go left again across meadows and through woodland up on a fairly flat trail towards the Gassler Alm Alpine farm and then on to the Bacherhütte mountain hut (refreshments available). From here go a short distance on trail no. 14 and then turn onto trail no. 19A as far as the Kiener Alm Alpine farm (refreshments available). From here climb a short distance up trail no. 20 and then turn left onto the Geißraste circular trail as far as the Pichlerhütte mountain hut (refreshments available). Now continue a short distance towards the Zasslerhütte mountain hut, but turn off to the right before reaching it and continue on the Geißraste circular trail to the mountain station of the Gitschberg cable car.{MQ}As the name suggests, the Alpine Hut Circuit takes in several mountain huts, ranging from rustic and basic to cosy and comfortable. Along the way you get countless wide views out over the Pustertal valley and the nearby mountains of the Pfunderer Tal valley. Stops at the Moserhütte panoramic information board and the Gampen car park with its interesting wood carvings are particularly recommended.

    Difficulty: medium
    653 altitude up
    4h:30 min duration
    Hiking
    Pinot Noir Walkway - alternative route: Neumarkt/Egna - Mazon/Mazzon - Vill/Villa
    Neumarkt/Egna, The South Tyrolean Wine Road

    The Pinot Noir walkway leads through the Pinot Nor growing area along the Trudner Horn/Monte Corno Nature Park and the characteristic villages of Auer/Ora, Montan/Montagna and Neumarkt/Egna. The Pinot Noir growing area in Montan and Mazon/Mazzon is one of the most famous in Italy. Furthermore you walk through several monuments and historical places. The walkway is family-friendly and not dangerous.

    Difficulty: easy
    260 altitude up
    1h:51 min duration
    Hiking
    Adolf Munkel Trail
    Villnöss/Funes, Dolomites Region Villnösstal

    The Adolf Munkel Trail beneath the majestic Geisler mountain group is one of the most spectacular trails in the Dolomites.

    Difficulty: medium
    593 altitude up
    3h:49 min duration
    Vie Ferrate
    Climbing route Punta Tabaretta/Tabarettaspitze
    Stilfs/Stelvio, Vinschgau/Val Venosta

    The via ferrata Tabaretta  is one of the most difficult and impressive in Europe. The via ferrata has many steep passages and not so many resting places. The mountain scenery and the perfect view of the Ortler north face is priceless, which is why this tour is a must.

    Difficulty: difficult
    835 altitude up
    3h:25 min duration
    Hiking
    2 lakes view hike
    Rasen-Antholz/Rasun Anterselva, Dolomites Region Kronplatz/Plan de Corones

    Lake Antholz (1,650 m) > Almensteig (cabin trail) > Steinzger cabin (1,894 m) > trail no. 7 B > Obere Steinzger Alm (2,076 m; not managed) > trail no. 7a > at the highest point (2,260 m) amazing view of both lakes and the surrounding mountain scenery > Staller Saddle / Obersee (2,050 m) > trail no. 11 back to Lake Antholz.

    Difficulty: medium
    678 altitude up
    3h:37 min duration
    Mountaineering
    From Compatsch along the Rosszahnscharte to the Tierser Alpl
    Kastelruth/Castelrotto, Dolomites Region Seiser Alm
    The zigzag path of the Rosszahnscharte offers a magnificent view of the entire high plateau of the Seiser Alm.
    Once you have reached the top, you immediately notice that it was worth the effort. The trail now descends slightly to the Tierser Alpl refuge.
    Difficulty: medium
    831 altitude up
    5h:20 min duration
    Hiking
    360° Alta Val Venosta: Mazia/Matsch - Sluderno/Schluderns
    Mals/Malles, Vinschgau/Val Venosta

    The start of the fourth stage of the circular hiking trail 360° Upper Vinschgau Valley is the mountaineering village Matsch/ Mazia. Along this stretch, you will experience the numerous cultural highlights of the Upper Vinschgau Valley.

    Difficulty: medium
    104 altitude up
    3h:00 min duration
    Mountaineering
    2 peaks tour - Gitsch & Fallmetzer
    Vintl/Vandoies, Brixen/Bressanone and environs
    For this tour, first walk towards the Gitschhütte hut and on to the “Ochsenboden” area, then take the path that leads up to the Falzarer saddle. An uphill path takes you along the south-east ridge to the summit, then back to the Falzarer saddle. From there, take the rugged path towards Mt. Gitsch, where you will be rewarded with a fabulous panorama. The descent is at the southern face of Mt. Gitschberg.
    Difficulty: difficult
    791 altitude up
    3h:30 min duration
    Mountaineering
    Solda Glacier Trail
    Stilfs/Stelvio, Vinschgau/Val Venosta

    The Solda Glacier Trail runs along the foot of the Gran Zebrù/Königsspitze, Zebrù and Ortler. It is not a fixed path, but a route with orange and yellow wooden posts, which has to be renewed every year because the glacier is constantly moving. The unique moraine field occasionally releases war relics of the 1st World War.

    Difficulty: medium
    920 altitude up
    4h:00 min duration
    Hiking
    Almenwanderung
    Sexten/Sesto, Dolomites Region 3 Zinnen

    Easy hike from the Stiergarten summit station (2092 m). On the new wide hiking trail via the
    Klammbachalm and Nemesalm and back to the starting point. Ideal for families and pushchair-friendly.

    Difficulty: easy
    181 altitude up
    3h:51 min duration
    Hiking
    La Ferata – The old railway line featuring Bronze Sculptures and Snow Depths
    Sëlva/Selva, Dolomites Region Val Gardena

    The Val Gardena railway trail runs along the entire length of the valley and takes you past woods, meadows, hamlets and local sights on the sunny side of the valley. Choose between Ortisei (St. Ulrich), S. Cristina and Selva (Wolkenstein) as your starting point. The walk follows the course of the former Val Gardena railway, which was built during the First World War – in the years 1915-1916.

    On a section of the path you will find a number of bronze sculptures by local artists. These give walkers and hikers an insight into the fascinating history of art in the Gardena Valley.

    Along the railway line trail from La Poza towards S. Cristina there is a snow gauge, which measures the amount of snowfall for the period from 1951 to the present day.

    Difficulty: easy
    61 altitude up
    2h:31 min duration
    Hiking
    Pinot Noir Walkway - alternative route: Auer/Ora - Montan/Montagna - Auer/Ora
    Auer/Ora, The South Tyrolean Wine Road

    The Pinot Noir walkway leads through the Pinot Nor growing area along the Trudner Horn/Monte Corno Nature Park and the characteristic villages of Auer/Ora, Montan/Montagna and Neumarkt/Egna. The Pinot Noir growing area in Montan and Mazon/Mazzon is one of the most famous in Italy. Furthermore you walk through several monuments and historical places. The walkway is family-friendly and not dangerous.

    Difficulty: easy
    264 altitude up
    1h:57 min duration
    Hiking
    Pinot Noir Walkway - alternative route: Montan/Montagna - Glen/Gleno - Montan/Montagna
    Montan/Montagna, The South Tyrolean Wine Road

    The Pinot Noir walkway leads through the Pinot Nor growing area along the Trudner Horn/Monte Corno Nature Park and the characteristic villages of Auer/Ora, Montan/Montagna and Neumarkt/Egna. The Pinot Noir growing area in Montan and Mazon/Mazzon is one of the most famous in Italy. Furthermore you walk through several monuments and historical places. The walkway is family-friendly and not dangerous.

    Difficulty: easy
    140 altitude up
    1h:10 min duration
    Mountaineering
    Algunder Rötelspitze peak from the Leiter Alm mountain hut
    Algund/Lagundo, Meran/Merano and environs
    The Spronser Rötel, or Rötelspitze is a bit overshadowed by its neighbors, the Tschigat and the Mutspitze. However, it is a beautiful peak in the course of an exciting circular trail in the Texelgruppe. The Texel Group Nature Park is known for its thick pine woods, sun-lit meadows, high moorland, lonely Alpine pastures and little farms, steep rock faces, tumbling streams, crystal-clear lakes and imposing mountain peaks.
    Difficulty: difficult
    1326 altitude up
    4h:50 min duration
    Running and fitness
    Beginners Run
    Kastelruth/Castelrotto, Dolomites Region Seiser Alm

    This leisurely loop through the meadows at the foot of the Puflatsch is perfect for beginners.

    Difficulty: easy
    129 altitude up
    1h:57 min duration
    Mountaineering
    March of the eight peaks
    Glurns/Glorenza, Vinschgau/Val Venosta
    The Eight Summits March - a very special mountain tour!

    The extreme high mountain tour involves crossing 25 km and 3,000 metres in altitude.
    The route leads from the picturesque medieval town of Glorenza in the valley to the peaks of the Stelvio National Park.

    Refreshments: in the restaurants of Glurns/Glorenza, in the restaurants of the Passo Stelvio
    Difficulty: difficult
    3041 altitude up
    10h:35 min duration
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