Follow the Plosestraße road to the Finktal Valley, then turn right uphill along trail no. 7), This leads partly over the Kreuztal meadows (used as ski slopes in winter). Continue to the east via trail no. 17, known as the "Woody Walk", then to the right descending to the Skihütte mountain restaurant. Return briefly to the paved street, then turn to the left (trail no. 8) on to the forest trail before a last brief stretch on the paved road leading down to the mountain village of Plancios/Palmschoss.
Opposite the church in Antermoia, take a left onto trail no. 8 and follow the small road to the bridge at Fidelis. Head back to Antermoia along the main road (left).
The Marlinger Waalweg is one of the most beautiful irrigation channels in the Meran region. With a length of 12 km, it is the longest irrigation channel path in South Tyrol. It starts in Töll/Tel (municipality of Partschins) and leads through the villages of Forst (municipality of Algund), Marling, Tscherms and Lana. The trail runs almost level along the irrigation channel and is ideal for families and children. Between chestnut groves and extensive orchards, the magnificent views of the Meran basin are inspiring. The ideal hiking time for this irrigation canal trail is spring (when the trees are in blossom) and autumn.
The Mühlwaal along the Wasserfallweg and the Pröfingweg was renovated by the canal guards in 2011. It draws its water from the Zielbach stream, coming from the well-known Zieltal valley, and is used to irrigate the Rabland/Rablà orchards that spread along the east and south sides of the village. In winter, the historic Waal is used for fire fighting by the volunteer fire brigades.
The Malga Lingeralm is located above the village Meltina in the middst of the sunny high plateau Tschögglberg. From here you have an excellent panoramic-view. For small and large is provided with a sun terrace and a small children's playground with swing. Typical South Tyrolean dishes and cakes are offered.
This hike is an easy and family-friendly route which can even be done with a buggy. The Weiher Bruggen pond is one of the attractions: it is a resting place for young and old. Parents can enjoy the view toward the Ifinger mountain whilst children can admire the many fish in the pond.
The Beimstein Knott is one of three tuff knolls. These three tuff knolls are of volcanic origin and are unparalleled in South Tyrol. Additionally is impressive for its stunning view overlooking the village of Vöran.
On the red rock is placed a new installation, called “Attimo” installation. It is comprised of five chairlift seats placed in a row, representing an imaginary chairlift.
Very nice path through the wood below the foot of the Rosengarten | Catinaccio.
From the mountain station of the cable car Laurin I or the car park at the Frommer hut, the hiking trail [1A] starts, which leads at the foot of the Rosengarten | Catinaccio below the street Nigerstraße | Via Nigra.
Hiking through the white snowy landscape from Welschnofen | Nova Levante to the Schiller farm. Breathtaking views of the Dolomite mountains Rosengarten | Catinaccio and Latemar!
This winter hike starts at the bus stop in Nova Levante/Welschnofen and leads via path [4A] and path  to the wolf pit; then via path  to the Schiller farm. On the way back to Nova Levante/Welschnofen you first follow path  and then path [4A].
Variant: From Nova Levante/Welschnofen ascent by cable car Laurin I up to the Frommer hut - path [1A] – Passo Nigra/Nigerpass - path  - Schiller farm
The hike starts directly at the mountain station Stiergarten and leads from there always slightly downhill over the Malga Klammbach to the Malga Nemes and from there to the Passo Monte Croce. From there the ski bus brings you back to the starting point Signaue.
Bad Egart is considered the oldest spa in Tyrol. The spring has been used for drinking and bathing cures since 1430, but probably as early as Roman times. Today Bad Egart is home to one of the most extraordinary museums of the Imperial and Royal period as well as an open-air museum with many curiosities.Lake Rabland/Rablà in the midst of the Partschins mountains in Rabland: a small oasis of peace and the right place for relaxation and a nature experience directly on the water!
Walk suitable for children and buggies!