The summiteer, as well as the hiker, can equally experience the real mountainous country which is South Tyrol. The mountains, the lakes and the forests are truly breathtaking and the hikers can reach them on any of the many well maintained paths. The proverbial South Tyrolean hospitality at many of the very well catered alpine huts contributes to an unforgettable experience. Our weekly program offers activities for those who love the mountains and for those who want to discover our beautiful region.
Experience the true mountainous South Tyrol: With our experienced hiking guide Elmar you will discover the most beautiful spots and peaks of our holiday region. The landscape is breathtaking and hiking in a company makes even more fun!
Do you still find it silly to walk with a pole? Then simply try it here, in the largest Nordic Walking Park in Europe. Vital walking is the ideal sport for all people, regardless of age and size. It can be done everywhere, with little expenditure at any time of the year. Furthermore we, as a partner of the Nordic Walking Schools, offer you to take part, free of charge, in introductory or advanced courses.
All those who are already passionate about walking will be enthusiastic about the Nature Fitness Park Kronplatz, Europe’s largest Nordic Walking Park. Here 275 km of well-marked walking trails await you. You may take any of the countless, moderate and more difficult, walking tours in the midst of the breathtaking scenery of the Dolomite Mountains.
Camping Corones is situated right next to the bicycle path. This central location opens countless possibilities for bicycle tours in the Antholz valley, alongside the Pustertal valley way or into many beautiful adjacent valleys. Depending on what you feel like and your fitness level, you can reach rewarding destinations at an easy pace or working up a sweat, over an impressive 1,163 km of cycle paths and mountain bike routes. Here mountain bikers and cyclists are in the right place!
A multitude of various cultural events are awaiting you. Those who like to investigate the history of old venerable buildings and ruins, as well as the art lovers who are interested in pieces of art such as handwoven articles, ceramics, wood carvings, etc. made by the local artisans and craftsmen, will be rewarded by their visits. If you would like to learn more about the way the people, especially the farmers lived in times long gone by, a visit to the Folklore Museum in Dietenheim would be most rewarding. Interesting is also a visit to a real operating cheese dairy in Toblach, where you may purchase local products. Other interesting places to visit nearby are Taufers Castle, Monastery of Novacella, the soldier's cemetery in Bruneck as many other fortresses and castles. A new highlight is the RIPA museum at the Bruneck castle, which was opened by Reinhold Messner. It is dedicated to all the mountain people worldwide. In Rasen and in surrounding communities you may attend events where you will learn more about the land, the history and the local customs. During these events, you will also have the opportunity to meet the people of the Puster Valley and get to know them better.