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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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    E-bike charging station
    E-Bike charging station Knuttenalm
    Sand in Taufers/Campo Tures, Ahrntal/Valle Aurina
    You can charged your e-bike at the Knuttenalm in Rein in Taufers/Riva di Tures.
    • The alpine lodge is easily reached by the forest road.
    • Charging is free of charge.
    • The charging station is located outside.
    • A maximum of 25 e-bikes can be charged at the same time.
    • Please bring your own charging cable.
    • An air pump and tools are also available if required.
    • Luggage storage would be possible.
    Culture & Attractions
    Wishing bell on the Rosskopf / Monte Cavallo
    Sterzing/Vipiteno, Sterzing/Vipiteno and environs

    The wishing bell on the Rosskopf / Monte Cavallo carries your wishes, thoughts and prayers high above the peaks of the mountains into the country. The ringing of the bell brings hope, joy and confidence.  

    Places to See
    Earth pyramids in Terenten
    Brixen/Bressanone and environs
    The formation of the pyramids in Terento probably dates back to 1837. As a result of a strong storm, the Ternerbach River swept away 3 residential houses, 16 mills, 13 beaters, a smiths and a sawmill. 13 people died during this storm. It is very likely that the slope started to disintegrate as a result of this storm. Over the following decades, the erosion had an impact on two different types of debris: the classic pyramids were formed from the material mix with stone blocks; from the material containing no stone blocks only ravines and ridges were formed. Starting point: car park in the village center
    Forts & Castles
    Messner Mountain Museum Firmian
    Bolzano/Bozen and environs

    Located at the southern-western outskirts of Bolzano/Bozen, this castle is considered one of the emblems of South Tyrol. The original name "Formigar" stems from the Latin word "formicaria". From the 10th century a.d. the castle belonged to the Prince-Bishop of Trento, while during the second half of the 15th century Duke Sigismond , Count of Tirol, bought it and transformed it into the biggest and most prestigious of his castles naming it Sigmundskron (Sigismonds' crown). At the present date it has become the Mountain Museum of Reinhold Messner MMM Firmian.

    E-bike charging station
    E-Bike charging station Thara SeeLounge
    Sand in Taufers/Campo Tures, Ahrntal/Valle Aurina
    You can charged your e-bike at the Thara SeeLounge in Kematen/Caminata – along the cycle way “Sand in Taufers-Bruneck”.
    • Charging is free of charge.
    • The charging station is located outside; the box can also be locked.
    • A maximum of three e-bikes can be charged at the same time.
    • Please bring your own charging cable.
    • An air pump, tools and bicycle tubes are also available if required.
    • Luggage storage would be possible.
    Churches & Monasteries
    St. Zeno church in Pein/Terenten
    Brixen/Bressanone and environs
    Church San Zeno at Pino/Pein S. Zeno in Pino was constructed during the 12th or 13th century. The chapel is located south-west of the Parish Church on a secluded hill between two ravines. The chapel shows the former Roman construction style at the door and window areas. The tower was added in 1794/1795. Major construction works took place in 1770. This could be the first time the church was vaulted. The frescos inside the chapel were realised by the Baroque painter Johann Mitterwurzer (1745-1788). The baroque altar construction with an image of Mary dates back to the second half of the 18th century. Also worth a mention is the bell dating back to 1539. The last restoration took place in 1987/88. The church is closed.
    Forts & Castles
    Heinfels Castle
    Dolomites Region 3 Zinnen

    History and stories from the castle and the region, an unforgettable experience for the whole family.

    Prices:

    www.burg-heinfels.com

    winter 2023/24: upon request open for groups (min. 10 persons)

     



    Climbing
    The Laces Climbing Crag
    Latsch/Laces, Vinschgau/Val Venosta

    At the Laces rock-climbing crag practice wall, beginners can try their hand at the easiest climb, the ‘Alpingeschichte’, while the more advanced would prefer the ‘Laces Vegas’ course. In total, there are 78 different climbs with strips, holes and plates, all positioned on the compact gneiss. On the ‘Alpingeschichte’ course, the names have a specific meaning. The various practice climbs are intended to represent some of the great Alpine mountain climbing courses.

    Forts & Castles
    Lime kilns at Quadrat
    Meran/Merano and environs

    Most of the small and relatively larger lime kilns which were found in many places centuries ago have now fallen into disrepair and are difficult to see but remains of some of these ovens are still visible at Quadrat along the Mahlbachweg, just under the "Weißwand". The site is not far from the Quadrat marble quarry and is easy to get to.
    Most of these kilns were cut into safe, sheltered places in the rock face to ensure a minimum loss of heat. The inner walls of the ovens were shaped like a barrel. This particular lime kiln is believed to date back to about 1700 and may have gone on working until 1880.
    It is thought to have been one of the largest and most interesting kilns in the whole area. The kiln is still in a very good condition and was declared a Place of Historic Interest in 2006. The site has been cleared of trees, bushes and other vegetation so that passers-by can get a better look at it.

    Biking & Biking Tours
    MTB Skill Area
    Dolomites Region Kronplatz/Plan de Corones

    Since summer 2022 you can visit the new MTB Skill Area in Oberolang! 

    There you will find an approx. 500 m long natural trail with many different practice elements for beginners & kids.

    In addition, the MTB Skill Area is located directly next to the Kids World and leads past the panoramic route of the Pustertal Valley Cycle Route.

    A small uphill trail rounds it all off.

    The company Mountain Bike Movements from Innsbruck has realized many new skills:

     

    SKILLS

    • 2 x bumps
    • 2 x jumps
    • 2 x Up&Down
    • 2 x Up&Steps

     

    COURSE DETAILS

    • 40 m high level
    • Uphill section
    • 5 switchbacks
    • 2 x small berm
    • Nature trail section
    • Easy Downhill section
    • Difficult Downhill section
    • Rockgarden


    We would like to thank the administration B.N.R. Oberolang for providing the space and the two shapers Ale and Davide who helped us start the process.

    Sports and leisure
    Tennis courts Hotel Weiss
    Meran/Merano and environs

    Two sand-surfaced tennis courts with flood lighting for evening use

    Booking and information:
    Tel. +39 0473 967067

    Sport Climbing
    Adventure park
    Dolomites Region 3 Zinnen

    Don’t look down! This motto is valid not only for who has a bad head of heights, but also for adventurers who climb on rope courses at the adventure park.

    The adventure park is situated in Dobbiaco and it is targeted exclusively to beginners and because of that appropriate particularly for families with children. Besides, also experienced climbers won’t get a raw deal. In the adventure park of Dobbiaco there are 10 different courses. Seven of them are excellently suitable for children. The first two are there to familiarize with the security equipment. The following course is about 2 m high and perfect for smaller children. The green and blue courses are all 219 m long and 3–4 m high. Besides, there are also the purple and the red course. They are about 4–6 m high and a bit more difficult. The most difficult course is the black one: it is 8-15 m high. The latest attraction of the course is the new canyon course, with about 40 tricky obstacles.

    Pharmacies
    Pharmacy Dr. Aichner
    Sand in Taufers/Campo Tures, Ahrntal/Valle Aurina
    • medicine and public health counseling
    • sphygmomanometer, blood sugar meter, cholesterol meter
    • pregnancy test
    • First-aid kit
    • Homeopathy
    • Pharmaceutical laboratory
    • Cosmetic and medicine in-house production
    • Herbage pharmacy
    • Sanitary facilities
    Bread and baked goods
    Leimgruber bakery/confectionery - Gisse
    Ahrntal/Valle Aurina, Ahrntal/Valle Aurina

    We would like to invite you to enjoy our freshly baked specialties in one of our 5 branches.

    1. St. Johann/S. Giovanni (bakery and bar)

    2. Luttach/Lutago (bakery)

    3. Sand in Taufers/Campo Tures (bakery)

    4. St. Johann/S. Giovanni (bakery)

    5. St. Jakob/ S. Giacomo- (confectioner’s and bar)

    Information: www.leimgruber.info

    Leisure & Experience
    Minigolf
    Ahrntal/Valle Aurina, Ahrntal/Valle Aurina

    Playing minigolf in Luttach in the wonderful Ahrntal valley!

    Adults: 4,50 €
    Children (up to 15 years): 3,00 €

     

    Fashion, clothing
    Ladurner - casual clothing
    Meran/Merano and environs

    Exclusive women's and men's clothing of the popular brands Sportalm, Luis Trenker, Airfield, L'Argentina, Napapijri, Blauer

    Leather ware, shoes
    Shoes Unterholzner
    Meran/Merano and environs

    Footwear Unterholzner in the center of Naturno expect you with a wide range of shoes by Italian labels for the whole family, a professional consultation service included. If you are in search of suitable shoes, start at Footwear Unterholzner because we offer shoes of high quality for small and big feet. Our experience and knowledge are our strengths. Our leading labels are Nero Giardini, Fabi, Frau, Janet Janet and many more. Already in July you´ll find our new autumn fashion. Moreover we offer an in-house shoe service!

    Museums
    Aldein Museum
    Bolzano/Bozen and environs

    Dorfmuseum Aldein | | Admission ticket: voluntary contribution | Categories: Local museum, Baroque, culture, Sacred art |

    Sports and leisure
    Chill Area "Stocker"
    Dolomites Region Kronplatz/Plan de Corones

    Near the barbecue area you can find the newly designed chill area and a playground for the little ones.

    Enjoy the time out in the middle of nature!

    Climbing
    Via Ferrata Ziel
    Meran/Merano and environs

    Take the Texelbahn cable car directly to the famous Merano High Mountain Trail (no. 24). Heading in a westerly direction towards Nasereit refuge, the via ferrata can easily be reached in around 1 hour on foot. The highlight of the Category C via ferrata is the bridge course with 2 zip lines and a rope bridge. There are exposed sections (difficulty C), otherwise most sections are B to B/C. Due to its fabulous location situated between streams and waterfalls in the pristine Ziel Valley, this via ferrata route is unique in the Texel Group Nature Park. An idyllic climbing highlight for experienced climbers, but also offering adventurous family fun in the mountains.

    The new Ziel Via Ferrata route up to the Gingglegg, a rocky promontory behind the Nasereit refuge hut, offers difficulty of up to a maximum of level C over a distance of 500 m. From the Texelbahn mountain station, follow the pleasant path up to the Nasereit Hut, then cross over the bridge and follow the signposts. A forest track leads to the high pastures; red marker points and cairns show the entrance to the via ferrata route (from the Texelbahn a little more than an hour). The first part of the climb, which features two exposed sections (difficulty C) with spectacular views down to the Zielbach stream, is also suitable for families with children with experience of climbing. The gaps between the individual anchor points have been kept especially small. At the exit of this section, climbers reach a grassy knoll by the Zielbach, which can either be crossed by a rope bridge or by zip line (only a climbing harness with via ferrata cable kit required). The zip line is great for families, who can then cross back again via the rope bridge. Red dots mark the descent from the grassy knoll.

    In order to reach the second, more difficult section of the via ferrata route, after crossing the Zielbach follow the marker points and you will soon reach the entrance to the upper section. The sloping slab terrain (difficulty B) requires good footwork. At the start there are still footholds - the short left traverse is conquered using the friction technique on small, steep treads (C). The first emergency exit is here. Next comes an initial short steep vertical climb, which again demands excellent footwork. Transferring the carabiner at the end of the steep vertical climb must be planned in advance in order to save energy (C). A short traverse to the right (B) leads to the next overhang (C), which is overcome with the help, among other things, of two metal ladder rungs. An apparently natural foothold on the left-hand side of the ascent facilitates climbing higher. The subsequent left traverse (B) is very exposed and ends at the next steep vertical climb (C). After this, the route continues along easy grassy terrain. Next comes a short section which can be wet, especially after bad weather or longer periods of rain. Two metal ladder rungs help to conquer the steep section (C). Level B challenges come next. A brief right traverse leads to the slightly overhanging key passage (C+), which is passable using artificial climbing aids and strength. A nice scramble (B) with many good handholds leads up to the long right traverse, the most exposed section of the entire climb (C). Even after this traverse there are still some C passages to overcome before the face register is reached. The less steep continuation of the route follows the ridge (B and C) and finally ends at the Gingglegg, a wonderful viewing point with amazing vistas of the Dolomites. The hiking trail leads back down to the Nasereit refuge hut in around 30 minutes and from there back to the starting point.

    Tour Info:
    Difficulty B and C
    Via ferrata length 500 m
    Entrance-Exit 250 metres difference in altitude
    Time required 2-2½ hours
    Good climbing technique and arm strength require

    Biking & Biking Tours
    Panorama Trail
    Dolomites Region Kronplatz/Plan de Corones
    Welcome to the Panorama Trail! This 200 meter long bike trail offers fun for beginners and advanced riders. The varied trail is perfect to improve your riding skills. The steep turns provide speed and dynamics, while the waves and jumps require control and aerial acrobatics. The Panorama Trail also offers spectacular views of the surrounding nature. Whether you're a beginner or an advanced rider, this trail offers a challenge to suit every rider. In addition, the ascent is guaranteed by means of a conveyor belt.
    Experience the thrill of mountain biking and make unforgettable memories on the Panorama Trail.
    Leisure & Experience
    Beachvolleyball
    Dolomites Region 3 Zinnen

    In the midst of nature with unique views of the mountains of Val di Landro you can relax and restore your energy at the natural swimming lake in Dobbiaco. Paddle with the kids or relax with a book in the peace and quiet of nature, with unique views of the mountain-scape, or take a swim to recover after a strenuous hike in the Dolomites - UNESCO World Heritage.

    Water Sports
    Adventure Südtirol
    Partschins/Parcines, Meran/Merano and environs
    Rafting Adventure Südtirol offers your guests lots of action, be it white water rafting or stand up paddling. Discover the lifelines of South Tyrol in an inflatable raft on the Etsch river.
    E-bike charging station
    E-Bike charging station Unterrieseralm
    Sand in Taufers/Campo Tures, Ahrntal/Valle Aurina
    You can charged your e-bike at the Unterrieseralm in Rein in Taufers/Riva di Tures.
    • The alpine lodge is easily reached by the forest road.
    • Charging is free of charge.
    • The charging station is located outside.
    • Please bring your own charging cable.
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