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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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    Hiking
    Hike to the Earth Pyramids on the Ritten
    Ritten/Renon, Bolzano/Bozen and environs

    The Renon/Ritten earth pyramids are a phenomenon caused by erosion, appearing where ice age moraine loam from glaciers collected in the valleys. When dry, the material is as hard as rock but, combined with water, it becomes a clay-like mush which flows into the valley. It remains protected from the rain under large stones so that columns of earth are built up becoming taller after each rainstorm.

    Route: the hike begins in Collalbo/Klobenstein, the main village on the Corno del Renon mountain. The trail leads through Collalbo to Longomoso/Lengmoos until to the hiking trail no 24 in the Erdpyramidental valley, which is so flat that it can be walked with any sort of shoe and with a buggy. View the earth pyramids against the backdrop of the imposing Dolomites from the viewing terraces. Return via the same route, through Longomoso to the beginning of trail no. 37, the von-Eyrl Promenade and the starting point at the railway station in Collalbo.

    Tip: the easy way to get from Bolzano/Bozen to Collalbo is on the Rittner Seilbahn cable car and Rittner Bahn narrow-gauge railway.

    Difficulty: easy
    0 altitude up
    1h:19 min duration
    Ski Tours
    Hasenohr peak
    Latsch/Laces, Vinschgau/Val Venosta
    Start at Malga di Tarres and go to the Zirmruan Hut (closed). Turn right just before the hut and follow the well-marked path to the weather cross (2.436 m). Continue on the relatively flat path to Passo di Laces (2.507 m) and then southwards along the crest up to 3.000 m. Take the slightly exposed path along the crest to reach the peak where you can enjoy a fantastic panoramic view of the surrounding three-thousanders of the Ortler group.
    Difficulty: difficult
    1362 altitude up
    5h:15 min duration
    Hiking
    From Schwemmalm at Rifugio Canziani/Höchsterhütte
    Ulten/Ultimo, Meran/Merano and environs

    Extremely long tour that brings the hiker to the edge of the high mountains. Although the route runs on good roads, mountain experience and good condition are required.

    Difficulty: medium
    1258 altitude up
    6h:16 min duration
    Hiking
    From Schwemmalm at St. Gertraud/S. Geltrude
    Ulten/Ultimo, Meran/Merano and environs

    This easy and relatively leisurely mountain hike always leads in descent to St. Gertraud/S. Geltrude without any significant ascent, whereby in the lower part of the hike an original mountain farming landscape is roamed.

    Difficulty: medium
    198 altitude up
    2h:47 min duration
    Hiking
    Farm Trail in Ulten Valley
    Ulten/Ultimo, Meran/Merano and environs

    The Ultner Höfeweg farms hiking trail  leads past ancient farmyards. Fantastic views of the surrounding mountains are available from here.

    Difficulty: easy
    0 altitude up
    5h:10 min duration
    Sledging
    Sledge Run Speikboden - Luttach/Lutago
    Sand in Taufers/Campo Tures, Ahrntal/Valle Aurina

    ATTENTION: Be careful in the last section (1,000m) - icy track!

    The Speikboden ski area is a place with great variety – above all else when it comes to what is available in the way of activities. It is not just skiing and snowboarding that are the order of the day, but also sledding, a winter sport with a huge fun factor that is very popular especially with families and children. In this ski area, there are two sled runs at once, one of which can boast the distinction of being the longest sled run in all South Tyrol-Südtirol. The starting point of both sled runs is located at the mountain terminal which can be reached without any problems with the Speikboden cable car.

    With a length of 10 km (6.2 miles), sledders leisurely head down a very well-groomed sled run – which can even be covered with man-made snow, if necessary – all the way to Lutago-Luttach. The second sled run, which is just as wide with a total length of 8 km (5 miles) has the same starting point, but after a couple of miles it turns off toward Rio Bianco-Weißenbach. From either of the destinations, sledders can be picked up again by the ski bus or public bus and taken back to the valley terminal to head up again. 
    Also particularly popular is the weekly Rodelgaudisledding party, a sledding event that is open to everyone.

    Difficulty: easy
    0 altitude up
    0h:00 min duration
    Marked Ski Paths & Slopes
    Popera
    Dolomites Region 3 Zinnen
    Difficulty: difficult
    0 altitude up
    0h:31 min duration
    Hiking
    From the Schwemmalm to the Kuppelwieser Alm
    Ulten/Ultimo, Meran/Merano and environs

    Easy and peaceful mountain hike with an imposing view along the way to the High Dieb, the 3,257 m high Hasenohr and the Arzkar Lake.

    Difficulty: medium
    86 altitude up
    1h:01 min duration
    Marked Ski Paths & Slopes
    Tobogganing + ski route Luttach
    Sand in Taufers/Campo Tures, Ahrntal/Valle Aurina

    The Speikboden ski area is a place with great variety – above all else when it comes to what is available in the way of activities. It is not just skiing and snowboarding that are the order of the day, but also sledding, a winter sport with a huge fun factor that is very popular especially with families and children. In this ski area, there are two sled runs at once, one of which can boast the distinction of being the longest sled run in all South Tyrol-Südtirol. The starting point of both sled runs is located at the mountain terminal which can be reached without any problems with the Speikboden cable car.

    With a length of 10 km (6.2 miles), sledders leisurely head down a very well-groomed sled run – which can even be covered with man-made snow, if necessary – all the way to Lutago-Luttach. The second sled run, which is just as wide with a total length of 8 km (5 miles) has the same starting point, but after a couple of miles it turns off toward Rio Bianco-Weißenbach. From either of the destinations, sledders can be picked up again by the ski bus or public bus and taken back to the valley terminal to head up again.
    Also particularly popular is the weekly Rodelgaudisledding party, a sledding event that is open to everyone.

    Speikboden Bergbahnen is a snow-secure, familiarly skiing-area in the valley “Tauferer-Ahrntal”. It contains 8 cableways with a total transport performance of 13.140 persons/hour. About 80 hectare of slopes has to offer enough liberty for everyone – from the summit (2.400 m altitude) to the valley (950 m altitude). Many alternations of the terrain and very wide slopes make happy beginners and professional skiers. In the summer the “Speikboden” is a fantastic hiking area!

    The two ski arenas Speikboden and Klausberg including the two town lifts Weißenbach and Rein in Taufers form together the Skiworld Ahrntal. A single ski pass allows you to use over 74 kilometers of slopes while 21 lifts from 950 to 2.510 meters carry you to the mountain top. The covering artificial snow systems of the Skiworld Ahrntal guarantee snow all the way through.

    Difficulty: easy
    0 altitude up
    2h:19 min duration
    Hiking
    From Schwemmalm at Weißbrunn
    Ulten/Ultimo, Meran/Merano and environs

    Long mountain hike with wonderful panoramic views and several places to stop, but which requires good physical condition.

    Difficulty: medium
    0 altitude up
    5h:00 min duration
    Hiking
    Strawberry Trail
    Martell/Martello, Vinschgau/Val Venosta

    At numerous stations, the Strawberry Trail in Val Martello demonstrates the production process of the high quality berries, leading past fields of strawberries and the farms of growers. Val Martello is not known as the “Valley of Berries” for nothing!

    Difficulty: easy
    190 altitude up
    2h:04 min duration
    Running and fitness
    Schützenbründl Tour
    Vöran/Verano, Meran/Merano and environs

    This trail is rather uneven, running along the entire segment is recommended only for experienced runners.

    Difficulty: medium
    161 altitude up
    1h:38 min duration
    Marked Ski Paths & Slopes
    Joechl
    Mühlbach/Rio di Pusteria, Brixen/Bressanone and environs

    Length: 2,9 km

    Difficulty: difficult
    0 altitude up
    0h:07 min duration
    Marked Ski Paths & Slopes
    Torre di Pisa
    Deutschnofen/Nova Ponente, Dolomites Region Eggental

    Torre di Pisa

    Difficulty: difficult
    0 altitude up
    0h:04 min duration
    Sledging
    Toboggan run Talai
    Graun im Vinschgau/Curon Venosta, Vinschgau/Val Venosta

    The toboggan run in the Talai Forest in St. Valentin offers an unforgettable winter experience for the whole family. Located in the picturesque larch forest in the Upper Venosta Valley, this well-prepared track promises fun and adventure over a length of 1.5 km. With a gentle incline and safe curves, it is ideal for tobogganing enthusiasts of all ages. Enjoy the enchanting winter scenery and the fresh mountain air as you glide through the snow-covered forest

    Difficulty: easy
    0 altitude up
    0h:30 min duration
    Sledging
    Sledge Run Speikboden - Weißenbach/Rio Bianco
    Sand in Taufers/Campo Tures, Ahrntal/Valle Aurina

    The Speikboden ski area is a place with great variety – above all else when it comes to what is available in the way of activities. It is not just skiing and snowboarding that are the order of the day, but also sledding, a winter sport with a huge fun factor that is very popular especially with families and children. In this ski area, there are two sled runs at once, one of which can boast the distinction of being the longest sled run in all South Tyrol-Südtirol. The starting point of both sled runs is located at the mountain terminal which can be reached without any problems with the Speikboden cable car.

    With a length of 10 km (6.2 miles), sledders leisurely head down a very well-groomed sled run – which can even be covered with man-made snow, if necessary – all the way to Lutago-Luttach. The second sled run, which is just as wide with a total length of 8 km (5 miles) has the same starting point, but after a couple of miles it turns off toward Rio Bianco-Weißenbach. From either of the destinations, sledders can be picked up again by the ski bus or public bus and taken back to the valley terminal to head up again. 
    Also particularly popular is the weekly Rodelgaudisledding party, a sledding event that is open to everyone.

    Difficulty: easy
    0 altitude up
    0h:00 min duration
    Sledging
    Sledge run Tristenbach-Weißenbach/Rio Bianco
    Ahrntal/Valle Aurina, Ahrntal/Valle Aurina

    The sledding track Tristenbach in Weißenbach/Rio bianco is an adventure for everyone. With a length of 4,5 km and assured snow, the well prepared natural track serpentines its way through snowy forests to three sunny huts:

    - Innerhofer Alm-hut (tel.+39 347 1392452)

    - Marxegger Alm- hut (tel. 340 5246032)

    - Pircher Alm- hut (tel. 349 8704902)

    Rental sledge: right at the huts

    Difficulty: medium

    Difficulty: medium
    0 altitude up
    1h:30 min duration
    Sledging
    Sledding trail Leadner Alm
    Vöran/Verano, Meran/Merano and environs

    There is also a perfectly groomed sled run, which leads across a gorgeous larch meadow, for children and families on the Leadner Alm Mountain Hut above Vöran. The run is easy to reach by car in winter, and there are places to eat in the immediate vicinity.

    No funicular and no rental.

    Difficulty: easy
    0 altitude up
    0h:04 min duration
    Marked Ski Paths & Slopes
    Gamslaiten
    Sand in Taufers/Campo Tures, Ahrntal/Valle Aurina

    Speikboden Bergbahnen is a snow-secure, familiarly skiing-area in the valley “Tauferer-Ahrntal”. It contains 8 cableways with a total transport performance of 13.140 persons/hour. About 80 hectare of slopes has to offer enough liberty for everyone – from the summit (2.400 m altitude) to the valley (950 m altitude). Many alternations of the terrain and very wide slopes make happy beginners and professional skiers. In the summer the “Speikboden” is a fantastic hiking area!

    The two ski arenas Speikboden and Klausberg including the two town lifts Weißenbach and Rein in Taufers form together the Skiworld Ahrntal. A single ski pass allows you to use over 74 kilometers of slopes while 21 lifts from 950 to 2.510 meters carry you to the mountain top. The covering artificial snow systems of the Skiworld Ahrntal guarantee snow all the way through.

    Difficulty: difficult
    0 altitude up
    0h:00 min duration
    Marked Ski Paths & Slopes
    Tobogganing + ski route Weißenbach
    Sand in Taufers/Campo Tures, Ahrntal/Valle Aurina

    The Speikboden ski area is a place with great variety – above all else when it comes to what is available in the way of activities. It is not just skiing and snowboarding that are the order of the day, but also sledding, a winter sport with a huge fun factor that is very popular especially with families and children. In this ski area, there are two sled runs at once, one of which can boast the distinction of being the longest sled run in all South Tyrol-Südtirol. The starting point of both sled runs is located at the mountain terminal which can be reached without any problems with the Speikboden cable car.

    With a length of 10 km (6.2 miles), sledders leisurely head down a very well-groomed sled run – which can even be covered with man-made snow, if necessary – all the way to Lutago-Luttach. The second sled run, which is just as wide with a total length of 8 km (5 miles) has the same starting point, but after a couple of miles it turns off toward Rio Bianco-Weißenbach. From either of the destinations, sledders can be picked up again by the ski bus or public bus and taken back to the valley terminal to head up again. 
    Also particularly popular is the weekly Rodelgaudisledding party, a sledding event that is open to everyone.

    Speikboden Bergbahnen is a snow-secure, familiarly skiing-area in the valley “Tauferer-Ahrntal”. It contains 8 cableways with a total transport performance of 13.140 persons/hour. About 80 hectare of slopes has to offer enough liberty for everyone – from the summit (2.400 m altitude) to the valley (950 m altitude). Many alternations of the terrain and very wide slopes make happy beginners and professional skiers. In the summer the “Speikboden” is a fantastic hiking area!

    The two ski arenas Speikboden and Klausberg including the two town lifts Weißenbach and Rein in Taufers form together the Skiworld Ahrntal. A single ski pass allows you to use over 74 kilometers of slopes while 21 lifts from 950 to 2.510 meters carry you to the mountain top. The covering artificial snow systems of the Skiworld Ahrntal guarantee snow all the way through.

    Difficulty: easy
    0 altitude up
    0h:00 min duration
    Sledging
    Moscha sled run
    Ulten/Ultimo, Meran/Merano and environs

    The Moscha toboggan run is open daily, perfectly groomed and well secured, so that families with children can safely toboggan through the forest.

    Difficulty: easy
    0 altitude up
    1h:04 min duration
    Marked Ski Paths & Slopes
    Panorama
    Mühlbach/Rio di Pusteria, Brixen/Bressanone and environs

    Length: 3 km

    Difficulty: easy
    0 altitude up
    0h:13 min duration
    Marked Ski Paths & Slopes
    Sonnklar
    Sand in Taufers/Campo Tures, Ahrntal/Valle Aurina

    Speikboden Bergbahnen is a snow-secure, familiarly skiing-area in the valley “Tauferer-Ahrntal”. It contains 8 cableways with a total transport performance of 13.140 persons/hour. About 80 hectare of slopes has to offer enough liberty for everyone – from the summit (2.400 m altitude) to the valley (950 m altitude). Many alternations of the terrain and very wide slopes make happy beginners and professional skiers. In the summer the “Speikboden” is a fantastic hiking area!

    The two ski arenas Speikboden and Klausberg including the two town lifts Weißenbach and Rein in Taufers form together the Skiworld Ahrntal. A single ski pass allows you to use over 74 kilometers of slopes while 21 lifts from 950 to 2.510 meters carry you to the mountain top. The covering artificial snow systems of the Skiworld Ahrntal guarantee snow all the way through.

    Difficulty: difficult
    0 altitude up
    0h:00 min duration
    Hiking
    Ultner Talweg
    St.Pankraz/San Pancrazio, Meran/Merano and environs

    The Ultner Talweg leads from S. Pancrazio/St. Pankraz on the sunny side to S. Valburga/St. Walburg and back on the opposite side.

    Difficulty: medium
    1209 altitude up
    7h:25 min duration
    Hiking
    ...
    Ulten/Ultimo, Meran/Merano and environs

    This mountain hike leads from the mountain station to the Kuppelwieser Alm and from there descending to the mountain restaurant Steinrast. Here the counter ascent begins over the Kühberg Alm to the Riemer Bergl Alm

    Difficulty: medium
    610 altitude up
    5h:31 min duration
    Hiking
    Hiking to the San Felice Waterfalls
    U.L.Frau i.W.-St. Felix/Senale-S.Felice, Meran/Merano and environs

    Family-friendly hike in the Novella Canyon between the villages of St. Felice and Tret in Val di Non on the border between South Tyrol and Trentino.

    Between high walls of Dolomites the impressive waterfall of San Felice delights visitors. Beginning from the center of the village, by following the signs “Wasserfallweg” the tour leads across meadows, along farmer houses, walking down 170 steps in a pine forest to a panoramic pulpit on the bottom of the waterfall “Bus dal Pis”. Crossing the river and following the path on the opposite site of the canyon the tour brings back to San Felice. For those who cannot walk down the rough stairs in the forest there is a panoramic platform above the Waterfall directly accessible from the forest road.

    Difficulty: easy
    200 altitude up
    2h:00 min duration
    Hiking
    New Lake Trail
    Ulten/Ultimo, Meran/Merano and environs
    The newly created lake trail runs along the lakeshore at the Zoggler Reservoir. Ideal for a leisurely walk with child and four-legged friend, for jogging and Nordic walking. The lake path is suitable for baby carriages. If you want, you can also walk around the lake.
    Difficulty: easy
    38 altitude up
    1h:58 min duration
    Hiking
    Hiking to the San Felice lake
    U.L.Frau i.W.-St. Felix/Senale-S.Felice, Meran/Merano and environs

    Enjoyble hiking tour through the forests and alpine pastures of Alta Val di Non, highly recommended over the late spring - early summer months because of the great variety of alpine flowers and in autumn due to its glowing larches. The hike starts at the parking area “Klammbrücke” just above the village of San Felice. From there the hiking trail no. 9 leads you directly to the San Felice lake (called also Felixer Weiher or Lago di Tret) in about 1 hour. The hike takes you through rough forests and mountain grassland whit panoramic views to the Val di Non and the Brenta Dolomites. The swimming lake (1604 m) has preserved itself as a natural biotope and has been rewarded for its excellent water quality. Not far from the lake there is the Felixer Alm - Malga di San Felice where you can rest end enjoy local dishes. The forest road from the Felixer Alm brings you back to the parking area. This hiking is also recommended for families with children.

    Difficulty: easy
    0 altitude up
    1h:10 min duration
    Running and fitness
    Alpine Pastures Tour
    Vöran/Verano, Meran/Merano and environs

    The Alpine Pastures Tour is generally flat and wide and leads to various mountain huts.

    Difficulty: medium
    392 altitude up
    3h:25 min duration
    Marked Ski Paths & Slopes
    Steinermandl
    Mühlbach/Rio di Pusteria, Brixen/Bressanone and environs

    Length: 1,3 km

    Difficulty: difficult
    0 altitude up
    0h:03 min duration
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