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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!

    Mountain Huts & Alpine Farms
    Brenner/Brennero, Sterzing/Vipiteno and environs
    Starting point: Parking "Stein" (1,350 m) or parking "Hölle" (1,450 m) Hut tip: special location in the valley, family hike
    Restaurants & Taverns
    Fana Ladina Restaurant
    Al Plan/San Vigilio, Dolomites Region Kronplatz/Plan de Corones
    Since 1977 we have served homemade Ladin specialities for our guests to enjoy in our rustic dining rooms and in summer also in our romantic garden.
    Countryside Fare
    Partschins/Parcines, Meran/Merano and environs
    The traditional, family-run cellar lies beside our Garni. Enjoy an entertaining evening in our ancient cellar vaults with Tirol Marende, bacon, cheese or farm toast.
    Mountain Huts & Alpine Farms
    Malga Freiberger Alm
    Kastelbell-Tschars/Castelbello-Ciardes, Vinschgau/Val Venosta
    The Freiberger Alm Pasture is situated at 1.674 m. Hikers will enjoy traditional South Tyrolean cuisine.
    Restaurants & Taverns
    Flex Pub
    Deutschnofen/Nova Ponente, Dolomites Region Eggental
    In the Flex Pub you can make party - but not only. Coffee, a snack or better a party all night long? In the Flex Pub you can have all this kind of things.
    Mountain Huts & Alpine Farms
    Faltschnal Alm Alp
    Moos in Passeier/Moso in Passiria, Meran/Merano and environs
    Faltschnal Alm Alp (1,871 m) Starting point: Pfelders/Plan ¦ top terminal of the Grünboden Express Hiking trail number: 6 or logging road (no hiking trail no.) or 8+4 ¦ Panorama way (4) Difference in altitude: 260 m or 290 m or 330 m ¦ 120 m (ascent) 250 m (descent) Walking time: 1 hour or 1 hour 20 minutes or 1 hour 30 minutes ¦ 1 hour Difficulty level: easy Opening hours: beginning of June - middle of October Closing day: none Accessible by baby carriage (from Pfelders/Plan) - playground
    Restaurants & Taverns
    Fienile Monte Hut
    Sëlva/Selva, Dolomites Region Val Gardena
    Unique of its kind, the Fienile Monte is a charming place, right on the ski slopes, with stunning views. Not only! The strong point of this excellent little restaurant lies in the courtesy and professional approach of Ivan and Angelo, their smiling helpers together with high quality cuisine and a wide selection of dishes. ...and there is always a glass of bubbly! Our restaurant offers a vast wine list with over 400 quality wines to choose from. Together with our refined cuisine you will have no problem in satisfying your palate.
    Restaurants & Taverns
    Salorno/Salurn, The South Tyrolean Wine Road
    Home-made products, herbal-kitchen.
    Föraner Hof

    The Föranerhof estate is located at 800 meters above sea level in the village of Unterinn/Auna di Sotto on the Ritten/Renon plateau. At this altitude, you would not typically expect to find any vineyards, but the Föranerhof has been a wine-growing business (among other things) for several generations. “Our estate is located close to the altitudinal limit up to which wine growing is still possible, which means that not all varieties can be grown here successfully,” explain Verena Plattner and Toni Mittelberger, who run the farm together with their daughter Cecilia and her family.

    The area under vine of their business amounts to 8,000 square meters, and they grow four carefully selected grape varieties – two red and two white – which are adapted to the special conditions present at the Föranerhof estate. In terms of white wine, the Sylvaner is particularly resilient, just like the Müller Thurgau, which by no means only barely survives here: “At these altitudes, the wine develops especially pronounced flavors,” says Cecilia, who, together with her partner, is responsible for turning the family’s grapes into wine. Wine growing has been her passion ever since she was little.

    The red varieties grown here are Schiava (Vernatsch), a grape absolutely typical for Alto Adige, and Zweigelt. “This grape variety from Austria is one of only very few strong red wines that can be grown at 800 meters above sea level,” says Toni Mittelberger.

    But wine is not the only line of business at the Föranerhof. For more than 30 years now, the farm has had its own little nursery growing garden and balcony plants. The family also grows fruit, which is then either dried or used to prepare syrups, fruit spreads and jams.

    Countryside Fare
    Bolzano/Bozen, Bolzano/Bozen and environs
    The Föhrnerhof Farm was first mentioned in records in 1135. The farm enjoys views across towards Bozen and over the Überetsch (Upper Adige) valley as far as the Unterland (Lower Adige) and allows insight into its long history. Yet, it likes to move with the times and the farmer Karin Bracchetti has long been a presence in the male-dominated world of winegrowing. From the start of February to the end of May open from Thursday to Sunday and on public holidays from midday. From the end of September to mid-December open from Thuesday to Saturday from 6.00pm. Bookings made for groups of at least 20 persons for Monday and Saturday and during lunchtime. Prior booking recommended.
    Mountain Huts & Alpine Farms
    Faglsalm Alp
    Riffian/Rifiano, Meran/Merano and environs
    Faglsalm Alp (1,980 m) Starting point: Magdfeld, parking area "Rappenhöfe" ¦ parking area in front of the Naserhof Snack Bar ¦ Vernuer/Vernurio, "Öbersthöfe" Hiking trail number: 4 or 4a+5+4 ¦ 6a+6 ¦ 5+4 Difference in altitude: 694 m or 953 m (ascent) 258 m (descent) ¦ 693 m ¦ 930 m (ascent) 342 m (descent) Walking time: 1 hour 45 minutes or 4 hours ¦ 2 hours ¦ 3 hours 15 minutes Difficulty level: medium Opening hours: middle of June - middle of October (middle of September - middle of October only on Saturdays and Sundays) Closing day: none Above the pasture lies the Faglssee lake (walking time: 20 minutes)
    Franz Gojer - Glögglhof
    Bolzano/Bozen, Bolzano/Bozen and environs
    Less is more – at least sometimes. For that reason, the Gojer family restrict themselves with their estate winery Glögglhof in Santa Maddalena above Bolzano to doing only what is necessary and otherwise giving their wines peace. Peace and enough time to be able to develop.

    The Glögglhof Estate Winery is a small, family-run operation that is located right in the heart of the Santa Maddalena winegrowing zone which is blessed with a long tradition. Here, just a bit above the provincial capital of Bolzano, every detail counts, Franz Gojer is convinced: “Every single step of the work, be it in the vineyard or in the cellar, makes it possible for us to have an influence upon the results. In the end, the bottled wine is nothing other than the sum of all of these steps.”

    And with all of the steps that the Gojers take, the consideration of nature and care are in the topmost position. “We act according to the principle that quality originates in the vineyard,” says the winegrower of the Glögglhof Estate Winery in Bolzano.

    His minimalistic approach then comes to fruition in the winery. “We restrict ourselves to the most necessary of interventions and give the wine time to develop,” Gojer explains. In that way, authentic wines that are typical to the location are created at the Glögglhof, at the same time elegant and harmonious. “We are constantly trying to safeguard the character of the origin and the differences between the vintages,” Gojer says, “and thus with their unadulterated character, our wines distinguish themselves from industrial wines or wines that are only good at the tasting bar.”
    Restaurants & Taverns
    Falkensteiner Hotel Antholz
    Rasen-Antholz/Rasun Anterselva, Dolomites Region Kronplatz/Plan de Corones
    There are no secrets as to how we come up with our culinary creations, we simply have a clear approach to what makes good food: The use of local, natural, biological products that are fresh and seasonal. Artificial seasonings, additives and processed food are off-limits. We believe that this is the first requirement for an excellent meal. This alone however is clearly not enough. Imagination and creativity are also required- but above all we rely on our chefs special culinary skills and talent. All of this is combined with great hospitality and excellent service. Part of South Tyrolean culture is South Tyrolean warmth; treating our guests comes naturally to us. Nothing has to be forced, as we gain pleasure by satisfying our guests. Every day that ends at our restaurant ends with a real highlight: a wonderful dinner with friends.
    Mountain Huts & Alpine Farms
    Ulten/Ultimo, Meran/Merano and environs
    The Fiecht Alm is located above Weißbrunn in St. Gertraud in the Ultental Valley. Starting point: Weißbrunn (1,884 m), hiking trail no. 101, end point: Fiechtalm, walking time: 40 min, difference in altitude: 179 m (easy mountain tour)
    Mountain Huts & Alpine Farms
    Flatschberg Alm
    Ulten/Ultimo, Meran/Merano and environs
    Ausgangspunkt: Parkplatz Flatschhöfe (1.750 m), Wanderweg: Nr. 143, Endpunkt: Flatschberg Alm, Gehzeit: 1 h 30 min, Höhenunterschied: 360 m (leichte Bergtour)
    Franz Haas
    Montan/Montagna, The South Tyrolean Wine Road
    Since its inception, Franz Haas winery has tirelessly worked to express the quality of the grapes at their finest. Founded in 1880, the winery has been handed down for eight generations to the firstborn son, to whom has always been given the same name, Franz.

    In the 1980s most of the vineyards were renewed, leaving space to new varieties more suitable for the type of “terroir”. The grapes are sourced from 60 hectares of vineyards, divided between estate-owned properties, rentals and contract farmers. The vineyards start at an altitude of 220 meters, ascending to 1,150 meters with a great variety of microclimates and soils, from porphyry to clay and limestone.

    In the year 2000, due to climate change, several hectares were rented at altitudes that reach up to 1,150 meters above sea level; these are among the highest vineyards in Alto Adige today. Now, more than twenty years later, the choice of planting vines at these altitudes has proven to be optimal to produce long-lasting, aromatic wines with a strong acidity. This is supported by the wide thermal excursions between day and night and the four additional hours of sunshine per day. The vineyards are all located in the municipalities of Montagna, Egna, Trodena and Aldino.

    We have always given immense attention to our vineyards; we grow them exclusively with organic substances to enhance the natural process of cultivation and fertilization. Our vineyards do not always look like impeccably manicured gardens and often the grass among the rows grows high, but by doing so we bring forth the biological magic of nature, the pollination, the reproduction of flowers and insects that were otherwise absent, and, above all, we continue to make possible the opportunity for our children to see the beauty of blossomed fields.

    Franz Haas has always been recognized as a leading enthusiast and an expert of the most arduous, sensitive, and most satisfying grape variety of all: Pinot Nero. Despite all the attention, commitment and hard work, the product is not always up to its original standards and therefore our selection, the "Schweizer", does not always get to the market. Various varieties belonging to the whole range of Alto Adige’s wines are vinified with the same attention.

    Another detail that distinguishes Franz Haas is the connection with the brilliant artist Riccardo Schweizer who designed the winery’s labels. During his career, he collaborated with well-known artists such as Picasso, Chagall, Cocteau, Paul Éluard and Le Corbusier.
    Mountain Huts & Alpine Farms
    Faltmar Alm Alp
    Moos in Passeier/Moso in Passiria, Meran/Merano and environs
    Faltmar Alm Alp (1,682 m) Starting point: Inn Bergkristall ¦ Pfelders/Plan Hiking trail number: 5 ¦ 5+5b Difference in altitude: 120 m ¦ 350 m Walking time: 30 minutes ¦ 2 hours Difficulty level: easy ¦ medium Opening hours: middle of May - beginning of October Closing day: none Accessible by baby carriage (from the Inn Bergkristall) - playground
    Restaurants & Taverns
    Schnals/Senales, Meran/Merano and environs
    Finailhof farm, at an altitude of 1973 m above sea level and with a panoramic view of the surrounding peaks and of Vernagt Lake, is steeped in history. In 1416, the farmer at Finailhof farm apparently provided refuge to Duke Friedrich IV who was on the run with not a penny in his pocket, allowing him to work as a farm hand tending the sheep. The Duke’s beaker and cutlery are still on display at the farm today. Finailhof farm can be reached on foot along several different trails and is also easily accessible by car. We will be happy to spoil you with our traditional Tyrolean farmhouse cuisine made mainly from our own home-grown produce and served on our sun terrace with its panoramic view. We are open seven days a week all year round (please book in advance for evenings and in the winter months).
    Ferrari Roberto
    Tramin an der Weinstraße/Termeno sulla Strada del Vino, The South Tyrolean Wine Road
    Roberto Ferrari came into winegrowing from a different field. And yet not exactly. After all, he has been active forever in the world of wine, specifically as a winemaker. “After having done that for years, I wanted to create wines under my own name,” Ferrari says. For that reason, he runs the Profil Wine Factory in Termeno.

    In 2007, Ferrari made the leap, quit his position in a renowned winery, and went independent with four hectares of vineyards. Since that time, he has been growing Chardonnay, Lagrein, Pinot Blanc, Pinot Noir, and Merlot, tending them organically even if not certified. The former employee now makes three lines of his own: Profil, Pulsar, and, as a select wine in the best vintages, RF Selection.

    In the winery, Ferrari pursues the goal of creating extraordinary wines, wines which, as he himself puts it, are characterized by passion, expertise, and creativity. “I always attempt to mix that extra breath of personality into my wines, and in that way, wines are created with my name, my signature,” explains the head of the winery.

    Today, around 18,000 bottles per year leave the Profil Wine Factory in Termeno: aromatic and mineral rich, surprising and genuine, but above all else natural wines, That was also the reason why Ferrari wanted to go independent. He wanted to create his own wines: with strong character, individual, but not overbearing.
    If winegrower Ferrari’s life had a navigation system, it would now announce, “You have arrived at your destination.”
    Ferien-und Wellnesshotel Windschar
    Gais, Dolomites Region Kronplatz/Plan de Corones
    Cosy and bounteous Windschar house bar with many delicacies from the ‘Riesenpfanne’ frying pan, pizzettes, snacks and great drinks, Törggele evenings with music, dance, roasted chestnuts and new wine
    Fr. Kupelwieser
    Kurtinig an der Weinstraße/Cortina sulla Strada del Vino, The South Tyrolean Wine Road
    “Fritz” was not just the first name of the founder of the Kupelwieser Estate Winery in Cortina sulla Strada di Vino. It is also the name of the fresh, youthful line of this estate winery. Through his passionate commitment, as early as the founding in 1878 Fritz Kupelwieser already paved the way for later developments, and his enthusiasm for people, nature, and environment can still clearly be felt even today.

    Kupelwieser’s wines clearly express the characteristics of the terroir and the varieties, whereby excellent soils, numerous hours of sunshine, and prominent temperature differentials between day and night are the guarantee for the constantly high quality. What is bottled is exclusively the core varieties that are typical for Alto Adige, the unambiguous representatives of their kind. Within that context, attention is paid to traditional processing and adherence to the strictest quality standards. 

    In “Fritz”, the spirit of innovation of Kupelwieser is shown: stylish, tasteful bottles designs bring out the exquisite quality wines in an appealing, contemporary form. The connecting element is value. Which creates trust – as it did yesterday, so it continues to do so today.
    Restaurants & Taverns
    Fernblick im Weinberg
    Tirol/Tirolo, Meran/Merano and environs
    Our establishment, which is ten minutes above the famous Tappeinerweg trail surrounded by vineyards, is the perfect destination for visitors looking for peace and relaxation. A playground is available for your children. Treat yourself to a drop of home-made wine, or a Marende, a traditional snack of cold meat, cheese and bread on a wooden board, and more. We look forward to your visit!
    Countryside Fare
    Völs am Schlern/Fiè allo Sciliar, Dolomites Region Seiser Alm
    First mentioned in records in 1379, Fronthof farm is the largest fully-preserved farmhouse in South Tyrol built on a steep slope from stone and is something special. The old, panelled dining rooms provides the ideal setting for special occasions and makes a great stopping point after a walk along the 'Oachner Höfeweg' Farmstead Trail. Open from March to May on Sundays at midday, in July, August and September from Tuesday to Thursday from midday to 11.00 pm, in August also on Sundays at midday, in October and November from Wednesday to Sunday from midday to 11.00 pm. Advance booking recommended.
    Restaurants & Taverns
    Bolzano/Bozen, Bolzano/Bozen and environs
    Asian, sushi and Korean fusion restaurant.
    Mountain Huts & Alpine Farms
    Fuchsalm hut
    Prettau/Predoi, Ahrntal/Valle Aurina
    Welcome at our Fuchsalm hut!

    A nice hiking trail with departure point at Kasern/Casere leads you to our hut. Walking time approx. 1 hour.

    Restaurants & Taverns
    Kaltern an der Weinstraße/Caldaro sulla Strada del Vino, The South Tyrolean Wine Road
    Traditional cellar restaurant serving excellent, south tyrolean dishes . Home-made wines, tasty snacks, home-made dumplings, goulash as well as grilled meat and delicious cakes. Wine and grappa degustation, roasted chestnuts in autumn. Large garden beautifully surrounded by nice wineyards. For groups open also out of opening hours.
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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