Self-sufficient hiking holidays in South Tyrol
Your holiday apartment in Natz-Schabs will impress you with its strategic location for hiking holidays in South Tyrol.
The following hiking destinations await you:
Alpe di Rodengo/Rodenecker Alm
With sprawling pastureland and a high Alpine plateau that offers easy walking, Alpe di Rodengo/Rodenecker Alm is the perfect place in Valle Isarco/Eisacktal for hiking with children.
This picturesque valley alone offers plenty of variety for your hiking holidays in South Tyrol. At 1,645 metres above sea level, the Großberg hut is easily accessible for experienced hikers. You’ll find routes for all here.
Malga Fane/Fane Alm
You’ve certainly already heard of the most beautiful Alpine village in South Tyrol. At 3,132 metres, Picco della Croce/Wilde Kreuzspitze is the highest summit you can reach from here. Many other routes are also available.
Stanghe/Gilfenklamm gorge near Sterzing
Experience the power of nature up close as the masses of water plunge down into the depths of Stanghe/Gilfenklamm gorge near Sterzing.
Waterfalls in Rhein near Sand in Taufers
The upper and middle waterfall in Rhein, Val Pusteria/Pustertal reach a height of some 50 metres, the lower waterfall around 10 to 15 metres – an experience for all ages and a wonderful destination for a hiking trip in South Tyrol.
The mountain world of the Dolomites
They’re considered one of the most beautiful mountain ranges on Earth and are a much-loved hiking destination, as well as being extremely popular for motorcycling holidays in South Tyrol. Climbing, mountaineering, mountain biking, and Nordic walking – it’s all possible here.
Alpe di Siusi/Seiser Alm
A holiday paradise for families and children in a sunny location awaits you on Alpe di Siusi/Seiser Alm. The surrounding peaks offer pure hiking fun and dream panoramic views.
Hiking holidays in South Tyrol can get fantastically hot. Your holiday apartment in Valle Isarco/Eisacktal with pool isn’t the only place you can cool off: Lake Caldaro in South Tyrol’s south is also worth a visit. Here, you can swim, rent rowing boats and pedalos, or even sail and windsurf – pure fun in the water. And by the way, the Acquarena adventure pool in Brixen is just a stone’s throw away.
Rafting and canyoning in the region not only promise refreshment, but also a guaranteed adrenaline kick. If you need to calm your nerves afterwards, simply lie back in our garden with pond and sunbathing lawn and listen to the birdsong.
Through the mountains on two wheels
Varied doesn’t only describe hiking holidays in South Tyrol, but bike holidays, too. The network of cycling trails covers the whole of Valle Isarco/Eisacktal, Val Pusteria/Pustertal, and Alta Valle Isarco/Wipptal. Choose between leisurely panoramic tours and thrilling mountain bike trails.
Motorcyclists are most welcome at the Am Brunnen Apartments. Explore the area or ride to the Brenner motorway in just five minutes and enjoy larger tours to the most beautiful cities and most awe-inspiring passes in South Tyrol.
Discover South Tyrol with the Almencard
From May to November, the Almencard is your key to an almost boundless world of experiences in South Tyrol. During your stay, you’ll have free access to more than 30 Alpine pastures, 8 cable cars, over 90 museums and exhibitions, plus a varied weekly programme and public transport. One more reason to make the most of your apartment’s fantastic location.