Hiking in the Isarco Valley is impressive: through blooming meadows and scenting forests, the hiking trails start right at the hotel and lead to the picturesque village lane, to old farmhouses, romantic chapels amidst the forest (St. Ann), waterfalls, aromatic herbal gardens, or to the once most significant mine in Tyrol, the mine in Pfunders. Also very popular amongst our guests is a hike to the Sabiona Convent, which thrones on a rock above the artistic town of Klausen/Chiusa. There is a reason for the Isarco Valley being called the "Valley of Trails": the innumerable trails and paths in the valley are ideal for hiking. During ancient times the Romans used to travel through South Tyrol. Later on, mainly pilgrims on their way southwards sought accommodation in the convents. However, kings and emperors also had to pass through the steep valley of the Dolomites.
Here you'll find the most beautiful hikes in the Isarco Valley: