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    Tous les chemins de grande randonnée dans le Sud-Tyrol

    Les sentiers de grande randonnée du Sud-Tyrol sont plus ou moins exigeants et permettent d'échapper au stress quotidien. Trouve des circuits qui te permettront de vivre la nature et les montagnes de manière particulièrement intense.
    Trail of the legends
    Jenesien/San Genesio Atesino, Bolzano/Bozen and environs

    Along the way there are 12 stations, which were designed by the pupils of the local primary school. There are lots of small master pieces which were smoothly integrated into the landscape of the Salten high plateau. Each station tells you about a local fairy tale from the area of San Genesio. The stories and fairy tales about witches and similar legendary creatures have always excited the fantasy of children and adults alike. Examples of the many exciting stories are the explanation why the Castle Greifenstein is always called ”Sauerschloss“, the fairy tale of the sunken city, the endless ball of threads, the butter witch of Afing, how the Castle of Greifenstein got its name, the captured mermaid, and many more. Duration: approx. 2 hours Length: 7 km Starting point: Parking space Schermoos Destination: bus stop Straße Jenesien - Mölten

    Difficulté : facile
    0 altitude
    2h:30 min durée
    Campitello - Men of Stones
    Mölten/Meltina, Bolzano/Bozen and environs

    From the Schermoos parking place, walk along the E5 European long-distance walking trail until you reach the Möltner Kaser restaurant/mountain hut. Keep on walking along trail no. 23A until you reach the famous "Men of Stone" with its amazing view on the Dolomites. On your way back, follow the path no. 23 and no.5 to reach the Jenesier Jöchl pastures.
    From the pastures, go on along trail no. 5 until you reach the parking Schermoos. Walking hours around 5 hours- Drop/rise 730 m

    Difficulté : moyenne
    722 altitude
    4h:54 min durée
    Marble Circuit Trail
    Vinschgau/Val Venosta

    This multi-day hike at high altitude is through the tree linein the Stelvio National Park.Twisting its way around the imposing Laas/Lasa mountains,the breath-takingMarble Circuit Trailhas a total length of 80 km. Part of the formidable Ortler Alps, this spectacular mountain range is internationally renowned for its unusual pure-white Laas/Lasa marble. With stops along the way the circuit trail can be hiked in one go or split into six single-day stages.

    Lining the Marble Circuit Trailare several panels delineating the rich natural diversity found along the trail. Each of these 30 info panels is centred on a specific theme. A further 10 orientation placards offering descriptions of the start and end of the trail are positioned at strategic points along the trail.

    Difficulté : difficile
    4164 altitude
    36h:00 min durée
    Schermoos - Gschnofer Stall - Tomanegger
    Mölten/Meltina, Bolzano/Bozen and environs

    Follow the E5 European long-distance trail or trail no. 1 and stop at the Gschnofer Stall restaurant. From here, walk along to Tomanegger and come back to the point of departure. Duration of the excursion: 3 hours - Drop/rise: 360 m

    Difficulté : facile
    121 altitude
    1h:37 min durée
    European E5 long-distance trail: Hirzer Hut - Meraner Hut
    Hafling/Avelengo, Meran/Merano and environs

    The European hiking trail E5 is 3,200 kilometres long and leads from the Atlantic coast of France across the Alps to Venice. A highlight of the entire trail leads through the hiking area of Schenna, via the Hirzer Hut to the Meraner Hut on Meran 2000.

    Difficulté : difficile
    1212 altitude
    4h:35 min durée
    Rasen-Antholz/Rasun Anterselva, Dolomites Region Kronplatz/Plan de Corones

    From Antholz Obertal > Müllerhof (Antholz Obertal) > at the "Müllerkreuzl" (cross) path n. 9 starts on the right side > crossing the river "Plötzlbach" > military path on the Grüblalm (which is not managed ad rest stop) > eventually continue to the Grüblscharte.

    From Antholz Mittertal > Riederhof > path n. 1 until you reach the path n. 9 in Antholz Obertal.

    Difficulté : moyenne
    1065 altitude
    3h:16 min durée
    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

    Difficulté : facile
    421 altitude
    2h:16 min durée
    Tru di pra certified path
    La Val, Dolomites Region Alta Badia

    This trail has been certified by 'Europäisches Wandergütesiegel'.

    Once you have left the village centre, you will understand why La Val is called the village of Alpine meadows: green, well-kept meadows will constantly surround you during this hike. The man-made landscape between 1300 and 2000 metres above sea level developed through the hard work of our farming ancestors, which today is facilitated by the use of agricultural machinery. 

    As the altitude increases, so does the consistency of the meadows: from meagre meadows to the pingui meadows and larch meadows of Armentara. Along the route you will find wonderful viewpoints, a sulphurous water spring at Al Bagn and several refreshment points where you can refresh yourself with some of the delicious Ladin specialities that can satisfy every palate: try the typical canederli (dumplings) or snack on a well-earned slice of strudel.

    Every year in July, the non-competitive half-marathon 'Tru di pra' takes place on this route... are you ready for it? Sign up now, we are waiting for you!

    Difficulté : moyenne
    1713 altitude
    8h:37 min durée
    Hiking on the "Keschtnweg
    Ritten/Renon, Bolzano/Bozen and environs

    Hiking & "törggelen": This ancient South Tyrolean custom alone is worth a trip. From October to the beginning of the Advent season, you meet the "törggelen" in the Renon inns and taverns with young wine, sweet cider and hearty delicacies. When the chestnuts are roasted over the "Keschtnfeuer", you feel as if you have travelled back in time. One-time quaint!

    Difficulté : moyenne
    707 altitude
    4h:46 min durée
    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

    Difficulté : moyenne
    372 altitude
    1h:08 min durée
    San Jacob´s path in South Tyrol
    Bolzano/Bozen, Bolzano/Bozen and environs
    The Way of St. James leads along the slope over the Ritten. On the Keschtnweg from Klausen to Barbian and further to Lengstein to Siffian and Unterinn. There up to Wolfsgruben via Oberbozen down to Bozen. Romanesque, Gothic and Baroque churches and chapels, hospices, castles and countless works of art created by important painters and sculptors await pilgrims right along the way.
    Difficulté : moyenne
    820 altitude
    6h:37 min durée
    Entry segment | Buchholz – Gfril
    The South Tyrolean Wine Road

    From the small village of Buchholz, you will then continue on to Gfrill. Right after Buchholz, the Truden Faultline becomes especially noticeable. This boundary is visible not only on the basis of the different geological strata (dolomites and porphyry), but also due to the change in vegetation. The trail is steadily uphill until you come to the ruins of the walls of an old cableway. You continue along the old cableway trail, steadily uphill, until arriving in Gfrill, an alpine village surrounded by plenty of natural beauty.

    Difficulté : moyenne
    933 altitude
    3h:04 min durée
    GEOTour GEOMuseum Redagno - Bletterbach Canyon
    Aldein/Aldino, Bolzano/Bozen and environs

    The GEOTour starts at the GEOMuseum Radein/Redagno which shows the Bletterbach canyon’s special geological features. Our tour leads through a forest to the so called “Zirmersteig” (trail). Then we go down the canyon and follow the river upwards to the head of the valley (“Gorz”). From here we have to walk back to the “Gorzsteig”. This trail leads to the Visitor Centre GEOPARC Bletterbach in Aldino. From here we have two possibilities to return to Redagno/Radein: to walk back or to take the bus.

    Difficulté : moyenne
    431 altitude
    2h:22 min durée
    GEOTour Bletterbach Canyon
    Aldein/Aldino, Bolzano/Bozen and environs

    The hiking tour “GEOTour Bletterbach Canyon” starts from the Visitor Centre in Aldino and leads to the “Taubenleck” and finally to the waterfall in the so called “Butterloch”. This tour is a journey through the “geological Middle Ages”.

    Difficulté : moyenne
    316 altitude
    1h:23 min durée
    Entry segment | Gfrill – Buchholz
    Neumarkt/Egna, The South Tyrolean Wine Road

    When you take this extra segment, you will begin from Gfrill, which is located at approx. 1,300 meters above sea-level, and continue to Buchholz at 560 meters above sea-level. At first, you'll have a pleasant, relaxing stroll downhill until you come to Unterstein. You can then continue along the old aerial lift trail until you reach the vestiges of an old cableway. The trail then goes downhill until you come to the brook where the Truden Faultline is especially noticeable. This boundary is distinctly visible not only on the basis of the different geological strata (dolomites and porphyry), but also due to the abrupt change in vegetation. You can then continue to the small village of Buchholz.

    Difficulté : moyenne
    159 altitude
    1h:45 min durée
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