Königswiese mountain at the Trudner Horn Nature Park
Here in the extreme south you can explore one of the quietest yet most diverse corners of South Tyrol. The land features shady forests and unexpected views. This fairly long tour is suitable for families who love hiking and learning, and is a great way to get to know the flora and fauna of the Trudner Horn Nature Park.
This hike features steep passages, some on forestry trails, some on remote trails. The route – winds up through the forest and leads to a sparsely populated and unexpectedly pristine forest landscape. The park was named after the Trudner Horn, a modest mountain with a height of 1,781 m. It’s the lowest and southernmost nature park in South Tyrol and is situated between the Fleimstal, Etschtal and Cembratal valleys and covers 7,000 hectares in the municipalities of Anterivo/Altrei, Montagna/Montan, Egna/Neumarkt, Salurno/Salurn and Trodena/Truden, from where it’s worth a trip to the nature park visitor centre. Getting here is not exactly easy, but the rewards are beautiful views, a great variety of trails, and countless possibilities to observe nature.