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    Winter hiking in South Tyrol

    During winter hikes on groomed trails, you will get to know South Tyrol's quiet side. Discover enchanting viewing points in the Dolomite mountains, snow-covered forests in quiet side valleys in the Kronplatz region and enjoy nature by yourself in complete silence. On snow shoes, you travel away from the ski slopes and lifts into untouched forests. This is how snowshoe hiking and winter hiking becomes a true experience.
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    Burgusio - San Valentino alla Muta
    Mals/Malles, Vinschgau/Val Venosta
    Hiking tour to the lake Haidersee along the Adige River
    Go from the market place in Burgeis to the Gasthaus Gerda inn, straight on along the Adige River to S. Valentin Lake. Start of the hike around the lake at landing (No. 1). After the circuit 2 trails lead back to Burgeis: 1: the same way back, along the Adige River (marked as a bike path); or 2: at the end, follow trail No. 5A to the Faulen See Lake and use trail No. 4 to the mountain lake. From here take trail No. 3 back to the village of Burgeis.
    Difficulty: medium
    245 altitude up
    3h:30 min duration
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    To Greitererhof Mountain Inn
    Schenna/Scena, Meran/Merano and environs
    Easy family hike on Schennaberg with a breathtaking view over mountains and valleys awaits you. The Greitererhof Farm features an awesome sandbox with plenty of toys and play items.
    Difficulty: easy
    196 altitude up
    1h:30 min duration
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    Mountain station Stiergarten - Malga Klammbach - Signaue
    Sexten/Sesto, Dolomites Region 3 Zinnen

    The hike starts directly at the mountain station of the cable car Stiergarten and leads from there always slightly downhill over the Klammbachalm and the Nemesalm to Passo Monte Croce. There you can take te bus to reach the starting point Signaue. 

    Difficulty: medium
    7 altitude up
    1h:28 min duration
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    The Marlenger Waalweg irrigation path beginning from Töll
    Partschins/Parcines, Meran/Merano and environs

    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.

    Difficulty: easy
    443 altitude up
    3h:10 min duration
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    Orecchia di Lepre
    Latsch/Laces, Vinschgau/Val Venosta

    High mountain tour to the peak that dominates Laces – an "easy" three-thousander

    Difficulty: difficult
    1362 altitude up
    5h:05 min duration
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    Mühlbacher Badl
    Gais, Dolomites Region Kronplatz/Plan de Corones

    The „Badl im Mühlbacher Talele“ is the highest spa in the Puster valley. It is situated in the beautiful national park Rieserferner, about 1700 m above sea level.

    Difficulty: easy
    107 altitude up
    0h:30 min duration
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    Brugger Alm Alpine Pasture – Zerzertal valley in winter
    Mals/Malles, Vinschgau/Val Venosta
    Explore the snow-covered winter landscape in the idyllic Zerzertal valley towards the Brugger Alm. A beautiful, moderately difficult snowshoe or winter hike with picturesque views.
    No refreshments available at the Brugger Alm.
    Difficulty: medium
    504 altitude up
    2h:47 min duration
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    Round Trip "Bad Egart"
    Partschins/Parcines, Meran/Merano and environs

    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.
    Walk suitable for children and buggies!

     

    Difficulty: easy
    45 altitude up
    1h:00 min duration
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    Mountain station Monte Baranci - Bagni di San Candido - San Candido
    Innichen/San Candido, Dolomites Region 3 Zinnen

    The hike starts directly at the mountain station of Monte Baranci, accessible by the 4-seater chairlift from the centre of San Candido/Innichen. From there you pass the Bagni di San Candido and then you arrive again in the town. 

    Difficulty: medium
    0 altitude up
    1h:30 min duration
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    Mühlwaal Hiking Circuit along an Age-old Waterway
    Partschins/Parcines, Meran/Merano and environs

    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.

    Difficulty: easy
    128 altitude up
    1h:22 min duration
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    To the mountain hut Maseben
    Vinschgau/Val Venosta
    Kappl, a hamlet at the far end of Langtaufers valley, is the starting point of the hike and also the place where the car park is located. From there you walk towards the out of service Maseben ski-lift station, cross the Karlinbach river, climb up the former ski slope to the forest road signposted no. 15 on your left for about 600m, then keep to the right on the path signposted no. 19. Via the forest road, you climb through the forest, passing the old mid station, the Masebener Alm alpine pasture and the ski-lift, which is still in use in winter, and you reach your destination, the Maseben mountain hut. Once you arrive at the mountain hut, you can enjoy an amazing panoramic view of the surrounding mountains at 2,200m. The descent follows the same route as the one going up.
    Note: There is also an option to take the shuttle service, which takes guests to the mountain hut via an adventurous journey.
    Difficulty: medium
    445 altitude up
    2h:45 min duration
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    To the Ochsenberg alpine pasture
    Vinschgau/Val Venosta
    At the beginning of the hike, starting from the hamlet Kapron in Langtaufers valley, it is difficult to imagine the paradise that awaits you: The first ascent to the Ochsenberg mountain is fairly steep, but flattens after the first part of your hike. After 30 minutes you are surrounded by the most beatutiful scenery, at which to marvel. By following the path no. 14 you soon reach the Ochsenbergalm alpine pasture (not farmed) with the chapel St. Wendelin located at 2,160 m in the middle of this beautiful valley. The way back to Riegl follows the same route as the one going there.
    Note: After the first few metres of the hike, a small signposted path branches off the main route. This is a very steep shortcut to the alpine pasture.
    Difficulty: medium
    510 altitude up
    2h:30 min duration
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    Castle trail "Castelronda" Bolzano-San Genesio-Terlano
    Bolzano/Bozen, Bolzano/Bozen and environs

    The Castle trail „Castelronda“ is about 20 km long and connects the castles and ruins of Bolzano, San Genesio and Terlano: Castle Roncolo/Runkelstein, Castle Rafenstein, Castle Grifo/Greifenstein (vulg. also called Castello del Porco, which means „Pork Castle“), Ruin Helfenberg and Castle Neuhaus (also called Maultasch). The efforts of hikers will be fully satisfied with magnificent views over the most beautiful castles and ruins of the region, in the middle of the nature.

     Trilingual information pillars near the castles and ruins will inform your whole family of interesting history facts and entertaining tips.  

    The hikes on the „Castelronda/Burgenweg“ trail are especialliy recommended in spring, autumn and winter.

    Difficulty: difficult
    1113 altitude up
    5h:55 min duration
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    Möltner Kaser
    Mölten/Meltina, Bolzano/Bozen and environs

    The Möltner Kaser is below the Stoanernen Mandlen and is a very beautiful alpine pasture with restaurant

    Difficulty: medium
    372 altitude up
    1h:08 min duration
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    Castle trail "Castelronda" San Genesio variation B
    Terlan/Terlano, Bolzano/Bozen and environs

    The Castle trail „Castelronda“ is about 20 km long and connects the castles and ruins of Bolzano, San Genesio and Terlano: Castle Roncolo/Runkelstein, Castle Rafenstein, Castle Grifo/Greifenstein (vulg. also called Castello del Porco, which means „Pork Castle“), Ruin Helfenberg and Castle Neuhaus (also called Maultasch). The efforts of hikers will be fully satisfied with magnificent views over the most beautiful castles and ruins of the region, in the middle of the nature.

    The trail starts at the Castle Roncolo/Runkelstein in Bolzano/Bozen and leads to the Castle Runkelstein passing the San Genesio cable car valley station. Then you continue to Restaurant Noafer in Cologna/Glaning (a hamlet in the municipality of San Genesio), situated above the Castle ruin Grifo/Greifenstein. Next, you reach the Helfenberg castle ruin and at the same time you can enjoy the marvellous panorama of the surrounding area. The descent towards Terlano/Terlan leads you to the final castle ruin Neuhaus/Maultasch and here ends the trail „Castelronda“. 

    You can choose to start in Bolzano, San Genesio or in Terlano and you can also hike partial sections at your discretion.

    The hikes on the „Castelronda/Burgenweg“ trail are especialliy recommended in spring, autumn and winter.

    Difficulty: medium
    760 altitude up
    4h:52 min duration
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    Castle trail "Castelronda" San Genesio variation A
    Jenesien/San Genesio Atesino, Bolzano/Bozen and environs

    The Castle trail „Castelronda“ is about 20 km long and connects the castles and ruins of Bolzano, San Genesio and Terlano: Castle Roncolo/Runkelstein, Castle Rafenstein, Castle Grifo/Greifenstein (vulg. also called Castello del Porco, which means „Pork Castle“), Ruin Helfenberg and Castle Neuhaus (also called Maultasch). The efforts of hikers will be fully satisfied with magnificent views over the most beautiful castles and ruins of the region, in the middle of the nature.

    The trail starts at the Castle Roncolo/Runkelstein in Bolzano/Bozen and leads to the Castle Runkelstein passing the San Genesio cable car valley station. Then you continue to Restaurant Noafer in Cologna/Glaning (a hamlet in the municipality of San Genesio), situated above the Castle ruin Grifo/Greifenstein. Next, you reach the Helfenberg castle ruin and at the same time you can enjoy the marvellous panorama of the surrounding area. The descent towards Terlano/Terlan leads you to the final castle ruin Neuhaus/Maultasch and here ends the trail „Castelronda“. 

    You can choose to start in Bolzano, San Genesio or in Terlano and you can also hike partial sections at your discretion.

    The hikes on the „Castelronda/Burgenweg“ trail are especialliy recommended in spring, autumn and winter.

    Difficulty: medium
    67 altitude up
    1h:33 min duration
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    San Genesio/Jenesien: Salto Salten, Europe's largest larch tree high plateau
    Jenesien/San Genesio Atesino, Bolzano/Bozen and environs
    A paradise for hikers - don't miss the meadows of Salto/Salten with its calming larch trees and the panoramic view on the Dolomites! 

    The legend trail: starting from restaurant Edelweiss until Lavena (E5), you will find 14 figures and statues about San Genesio's legends. 132 students of the elementary school of San Genesio have worked on this amazing project.
    Difficulty: easy
    294 altitude up
    2h:07 min duration
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    Skihütte - Valcroce Circular Hiking Tour
    Brixen/Bressanone, Brixen/Bressanone and environs

    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.

    Difficulty: medium
    0 altitude up
    3h:10 min duration
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    Mountain station Monte Elmo - Rifugio Gallo Cedrone
    Sexten/Sesto, Dolomites Region 3 Zinnen

    The hike starts directly at the mountain station Monte Elmo, reachable by the cable car from Sesto or the cable car from Versciaco. From there it goes over a wide forest road slightly uphill to the Rifugio Gallo Cedrone. 

    Difficulty: medium
    100 altitude up
    0h:34 min duration
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    Mölten - Lingeralm
    Mölten/Meltina, Bolzano/Bozen and environs

    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.

    Difficulty: easy
    202 altitude up
    0h:43 min duration
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    "Suachbichl" viewpoint
    Martell/Martello, Vinschgau/Val Venosta

    Discover the area of the Kondlwaal (wooden irrigation channel) and sunny Selva from Europe’s highest corn farm.

    Difficulty: easy
    269 altitude up
    1h:33 min duration
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    San Genesio - Salto - Lavena
    Jenesien/San Genesio Atesino, Bolzano/Bozen and environs

    Trail no.1- Suitable for pushchairs. Jenesien, departure from the sportsground on trail no. 33 or trail no.1. Walk along trail no. 1 or the E5 European long-distance walking trail trough the hilly landscape offered by the Salten, to then reach the little church of St. Jacob and Langfenn. Our Hikers' bus can drive xou back to Jenesien. Duration of the excursion: 2 hours and 30 minutes - Drop/rise: 440 m

    Difficulty: easy
    421 altitude up
    2h:16 min duration
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