Easy and eventful hike through orchards and forest, suitable for pushchairs.
Een waterval, grot of kinderboerderij. Kinderen hebben vaak wat motivatie nodig om te wandelen. Deze wandelingen met kinderen staan garant voor een leuk uitje met het hele gezin.
Easy and eventful hike through orchards and forest, suitable for pushchairs.
The Speikboden is more than just a favorite ski area. It is also an ideal hiking area. The mountain got its name from a little flower that grows in the high mountains – Alpine valerian, or “Speik” in German – and that is in fact because this lovely flower is often found in the hiking area.
With the cable cars you can reach the "Speikboden Alm" at 2000 metres of altitude or the Sonnklar mountain at 2400 metres above sea level. Both are starting points for fantastic walks and hikes along well maintained trails. Particularly popular are the sunrise walks - to spot the first sunrays while the valley still lies in darkness is a memorable experience.
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).
This hike leads across the blooming Latemar meadows to the Eggental mountain cinema, from where you can enjoy the view of the mountains, before entering the rock labyrinth - a true adventure at the foot of the Latemar.
From the end of the Valler Tal valley, take a left at the Kurzkofelhütte hut over the bridge and on mountain trail no. 17, the Milk Trail, uphill to Fane Alm Alpine farm. All the way along the trail are interesting information panels explaining all about the dairy industry in South Tyrol.
The romanesque church St.Jakob on the Langfenn is positioned on the most visible and on the highest point of the Salto (1525m). The church stands on prehistoric ground and could tell us probabely many interesting and exciting historical things. On the altar we can see Saint Jakob, the protector of all hikers, and on his side the two Patrons of the pest, Rochus and Sebastian..
This trail runs smoothly on a forest road through forests and meadows. At Frassineto you have the possibility to have a rest, to stop at one of the restaurants and to return then to Meltina by public transport (bus no. 204).
The so called Knottnkino on the rock Rotsteinkogel is a special view point. Enjoy a wonderful panorama on the Rotsteinkogel. From here you have a view on the mountains Texel, Penegal and you can see even the Weißhorn. The Etsch-Valley spreads under the rock. There are 30 armchairs made of steel and chestnut wood. If you sit down, you can enjoy nature as a whole, as you where sitting in a cinema.
From Antholz Mittertal > Riederhof > Müllerkofl trail (route n. 1) > Nösslerhof > further on the forest road n. 2 back towards Antholz Mittertal until you reach the turnoff for trail n. 2 (signposted Antholz Mittertal) > continue on the forest road n. 8a (Burgegger mill) > the last part back on path n. 1 to Antholz Mittertal.
10.5 km long, comfortable walk at 450 m altitude, above the villages of Lana, Tscherms and Marling.
Those who are not yet tired of the hike can take the Algunder Waalweg (end Marlinger Waalweg, across the road, cross the small bridge in the direction of Lagundo) and then the Tappeinerweg (to Merano center) in the hike.
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 Salto. From here you have a excellent panoramic-view. For small and large is provided with a large sun terrace and a small children's playground with swing. Typical South Tyrolean dishes and cakes are offered.
Surrounded by larch forests and alpine meadows, the alpine restaurant Lanzenschuster is located on the northern part of the plateau Salten, above Flaas. The restaurant Lanzenschuster serves hearty home-made South Tyrolean specialities with regional products and home made products, like strudel with apple or cheese. During the summer often barbeques and live music are waiting for you, and for children a playground and a petting zoo are offered.
This path between the water irrigation channels, so called Waalwege, embraces the valley basin of Merano and allows hikers to experience the area on a 80 km walking path.
The road joins eleven separate paths allowing the discovery of huts along the channels and even castles, churches and natural wonders. The path between the Merano channels isn't at high altitude, but cut into the valley between 400 and 900 meters in height.
Hikers can walk the entire trail in eight stages over one week, or alternatively experience one leg as a day tour. The path between the Merano irrigation channels supplements the beloved Merano High Mountain Trail.
"The channels" are artificially created canals for irrigation originating from the thirteenth century. A narrow bridge was built to maintain and care for each channel. In the past, the farmers dedided to build the channels using rudimentary tools to regulate the distribution of water, a very clever idea. Today, the paths along these water irrigation channels have become popular hiking trails and walks, suitable at any time of the year.
The old mills of Bulla, a hamlet situated above Ortisei, were built in the 18th-19th century and were used to grind the locally grown cereals. The hike starts from the bus stop in Bulla and follows the steep street to the farmhouses Tuene and Kontot, follow the trail 3A until you get to a street. Take the street upward for 300 meters and then turn left downhill along the rill to the mills. The path continues in direction of the church and brings you again to the bus stop.
From Antholz Niedertal > passed the curch > Maierhöfe (Pfaffingerhof) > Wiesemannhof > Ausserweger sawmill > Antholz Mittertal and lastly back to Antholz Niedertal on the main road.
This hike can also be started from Antholz Mittertal!
Twelve kilometers long, the Marlinger Waalweg trail is a popular hiking trail which runs along the former irrigation channels, the longest of its kind in South Tyrol. Starting at the Töllbrücke bridge, the 250 year-old path gently ascends through apple orchards and woods to firmer and more level ground. After pausing to admire the medieval Lebenberg Castle, hikers continue slightly downhill along the slope of Marling mountain to the village of Lana.
Beautiful hiking trail from the idyllic mountain village of Mölten/Meltina to the neighbouring Vöran. The trail is surrounded by beautiful woods and green meadows, from here you can enjoy a wonderful panoramic view of the surrounding mountains.
Voor kinderen vormt de reis de bestemming. Van wandelroutes door een zee van appelbloesems in de omgeving van Bolzano/Bozen, Meran/Merano en Brixen/Bressanone, een de onvergetelijke overnachting in een berghut in de Dolomieten- of Kronplatzregio: de talloze opties en tochten in Zuid-Tirol zijn heel leuk voor volwassenen én kinderen.