Meraner-Hoehenweg

The Meraner Höhenweg or Alta Via di Merano is one of the most remarkable and most popular circular hikes in South Tyrol. The path runs along the edge of the Texelgruppe/Gruppo di Tessa nature park, circumnavigating the homonymous Mountain Group over a distance of 100 km, at an almost constant altitude. I recommend tackling, continue…

Almerlebnis-Pfossental

The Almerlebnisweg Pfossental (Pfossental Mountain Pasture Trail) runs through a landscape formed by natural forces to the charming Eishof at the head of the valley. Together we will discover the unmistakable nature of this upper alpine valley. The lowest point of the Pfossental/Val di Fosse at Schnals/Senales forms the border between the Schnalskamm/Cresta di, continue…

Im-Hirzergebiet-von-Alm-zu-Alm_hafling_hirzer

Enjoy the fragrant aroma of alpine herbs and the sounds of bells worn by goats and cows at the foot of the rocky slopes of Monte Cervina. Starting at Saltaus/Saltusio in Passeiertal/Val Passiria, the Hirzer Mountain Railway takes us up to 1985 metres above sea level in two stages. Here we can enjoy views, continue…

Vigiljoch-Aschbach

From the car-free home mountain and recreational area of Vigiljoch/Monte San Vigilio near Lana, through larch-dotted meadows and mountain forests to Naturnser Alm, on the ridge between Ultental/Val d’Ultimo and Vinschgau/Val Venosta. We travel to Vigiljoch/Monte San Vigilio (1489 m) via cable car. This cable car was originally built more than 100 years ago, continue…

Almwanderung-in-Hafling

In a journey through shady forests and sunny paths, we pass by three managed dairy huts and explore the habitat of the Haflinger horses. We approach the village of Hafling/Avelengo via a winding road from Meran/Merano. Our hike begins at the parish church in the centre of the village (1280 m) and mainly follows, continue…