Hiking vacation in South Tyrol – discover the beauty of the mountain world
A unique aspect of the Fürstenhof is its fantastic location. You will find many hiking possibilities for all experience levels starting right in front of your doorstep. The Val di Valles runs in a north-south direction and is true hiking paradise. From here, two small high valleys branch off. One of many options would be to hike to the Campolago Lakes which are situated on the end of the valley. Set 1.705 meters above sea level, the Fane Alp counts among the most popular hiking destinations. The alpine village exists since medieval times and can be reached either by foot or with a shuttle bus. Although the Alta Via di Fundres is a very challenging high altitude trail, it will reward you with absolutely stunning panoramic views of the mountain world. Another amazing mountain tour will lead up to the Cima Lasta.
Which hiking destinations are the most popular in South Tyrol?
- From Naz to Bressanone
- Village tour in Naz
- Rodengo Alp – Cima Lasta
- Odle Peaks – Adolf Munkel Trail
- Corno Bianco – the easy peak
- Woody–Walk on Mount Plose (experience trail for children and youngsters)
- Fane Alp in Valles
- Altafossa Valley in Maranza
- From Naz across the hanging bridge to Castle Rodengo
- Gorge Gilfenklamm /Cascate di Stanghe in Vipiteno
Discover the mountain world of South Tyrol
The mountain alps in the region
In the summer, you may discover the Siusi Alp – the biggest alpine plateau in Europe – either on foot or by mountain bike. Climb Mount Sciliar and meet the Sciliar Witches!
During the winter season, you will be delighted by all the snow on the Passo delle Erbe or on the Fane Alp. Fun and exciting snowshoe hikes will lead you up to the Fane Alp, while the Passo delle Erbe offers a fantastic destination (and a well-kept insider tip!) for all cross-county skiers who are looking for beautiful and well-prepared tracks far away from the touristic mainstream.