1. Skiing in the Dolomites: In the UNESCO World Heirtage Site, you can ski on perfectly groomed slopes while gazing at some of the most awe-inspiring mountains in the world.
2. Snowshoe hiking: In the idyllic winter landscape of the Martelltal valley, on the Villanderer Alm Alpine pasture pasture or in the Tschamintal valley on the Rosengarten massif.
3. Moonlight sledging: Speed down to the valley on your sleigh and experience the magic of night lights.
4. High-altitude alpine pasture: No matter if it's winter, autumn, spring or summer! For instance, the trails on the Seiser Alm can also be walked during the wintertime.
5. Swimming in a lake: Transparent waters and abundant nature await you in South Tyrol. Like at Kalterer See or Völser Weiher lakes.
6. Vie ferrate: Conquer summits and cheer for life! Climbing routes are protected and you can decide to join a rope team with the Alpine school.
7. Sunrise or sunset hike: The amzing colours of the sky will leave an unforgettable mark.
8. Bike tour: Along the Mediterranean South Tyrolean Wine Road or over an Alpine pass.
10. Hiking along the Waalweg canal trails: Explore the centuries-old trails along the water canals that wind around Meran/Merano and through Vinschgau/Val Venosta.