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Hiking in South Tyrol becomes an unforgettable experience

Embark on what are probably the most beautiful hikes in the Dolomites - the Val Pusteria valley will delight you with its numerous paths, peaks, alpine pastures and lakes.

South Tyrol is a land of mountains, forests and magnificent lawns. Year after year, tourists from all over Italy and the world arrive in our region to explore its beauties. In this section, you will find a selection of best excursions in South Tyrol and, particularly, in the Val Pusteria/Pustertal valley. Easy routes, suitable for the whole family, evocative short trips, discovering the hidden corners of the paradise, and ascents to the most charming mountain tops for the true experts. Choose an excursion in South Tyrol that is right for you!

Alpine pasture circuit around Valdaora

A pasture circuit seems to be a pleasant prospect, but do not be misled because this hike can boast of its 930 meters of altitude gap!

Fanes-Sennes-Braies Nature Park

Originating in the Braies Dolomites and in the Fanes Group, the regional Park Fanes-Sennes-Braies, 25,680 hectares wild, offers a large living, still untouched, for numerous animal species, as well as for the plant species, some of which are endangered.

Lake Braies/Prags

This treasure of the Fanes-Sennes-Braies Nature Park is situated at the height of 1494 meters above sea level in the Braies Dolomites, only a few kilometres south of the Alta Val Pusteria.

Earth pyramids of Plata/Platten

Small turrets, middle and high columns rise up in the air like lots of teeth.

Klammbach waterfall

A natural phenomenon can hardly enchant people with different origins so much, as water, falling from great heights upon the stones, does.

The Rieserferner Group in Val Pusteria

The imposing mountain range, partially consisting of high glacial peaks, overtops the South Tyrolean territory and embellishes a region of another emblem.

Val Casies/Gsieser Tal Valley

South Tyrol can be divided into 5 principle valleys, from which more secondary valleys come out to make their way between various massifs.

Hike to the Rit lawns in San Vigilio

Do you want to experience the South Tyrolean mountains as they used to be? Don’t worry, you do not have to put the clumsy boots of the past on your feet.

Hike at Passo delle Erbe

The advantage of the hike at Passo delle Erbe/Würzjoch is that children can get to know beauty and authenticity of the mountains without getting too tired.

The eastern of Hochgrubachspitze

Are you a passionate trekker fond of challenging hikes? Don’t altitude gaps frighten your brave heart and trained physique?

Tre Cime di Lavaredo in the Dolomites

Unfortunately, not all the peaks and natural monuments can be reached with the same easiness by every mountain lover.

Castle Casanova/Neuhaus in Gais

South Tyrol is a land rich in castles. Ancient vestiges of the past have arrived to us well-preserved and almost intact to tell us distant and fascinating stories, in their language of stone and wood.

Easy hike along the Terento stream

To enjoy South Tyrol to the full, learning what this land was like in the past – this desire will not remain unfulfilled if you visit Terento/Terenten, where tourists have the possibility of finding out how the local life has changed from the times when the mills would assure many inhabitants of the valley of livelihood.

From Vila di Sopra to the Montone

A tiring trip but worthy of every single drop of sweat! From Perca up to the summit at a height of 2384 meters, you will get to see all kinds of scenery offered by these mountains.

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