Expert mountain and hiking guides will accompany you to the mountains several times a week. Be it in the Isarco Valley - the "Valley of Trails" - in the Puez-Geisler Nature Park - the unique Dolomites picture book - or to the alpine pasture of Villandro: here you'll experience all sides of South Tyrol during any season.
Guided hikes in the Isarco Valley
The guided hikes in the Isarco Valley are especially popular in spring. The trails and paths lead over blooming meadows and through scenting forests in a valley that was travelled through by humans for many thousands of years. We hike through the aromatic herbal garden (with a small introduction to herbs), experience a roaring waterfall, and secluded chapels and convents. The hike to the Pfunders mine in Villandro, the once most significant mines in Tyrol, is also part of the programme.
Guided hikes to alpine meadows and the Dolomites
In summer, you'll be drawn to high altitudes: now, the alpine high-plateau of Villandro impresses with endless breadths and a hike to the "Am Toten" chapel, and the lake of the same name, and an ascent to Villandro Mountain is also on the programme. Furthermore, expert mountain guides will tell you about the origins of the Dolomites during a hike in the Puez-Geisler Nature Park.
Törggelen – hike together to ancient farmhouses
Autumn in the Isarco Valley is the time for Törggelen. However, part of this old tradition is not only the socialising in cosy wood-panelled Stuben (traditional living rooms in farmhouses): first of all, you have to hike along the Törggele Trail or the Chestnut Trail to reach the farmhouse. During no other season is the Isarco Valley so colourful and shimmery as in autumn.
Unfortunately, the guided hikes are done in German or Italian only.