Experiencing the beauty and mystery of nature up close
Hiking and walking in the pristine Pusteria Valley
At some point in time, every visitor to the Pusteria Valley will be seized by the temptation to explore the surrounding mountainsides by foot. You’ll be treated to impressive vistas and views of lonely mountain summits waiting for you to climb them. And there are so many quaint inns along the way where you can stop for refreshments and soak up the South Tyrolean sunshine. And there are plenty of interesting things to see: Ripe wild berries, a spider web glistening with dew, strangely shaped branches, gnarled trees, lots of animals, or a brook making its crooked way through the stones.
Professional guides will accompany you and your family along easy and medium-hard hiking trails to the most-beautiful spots in the vicinity, e.g., to the charming Plätzwiese. Early-risers will be enthralled by a hike in the early-morning sunlight. Plant-lovers can go on an herbal hike and learn more about the therapeutic value of natural remedies. And during a hike over the alpine meadows, you can listen to fascinating stories of bygone days. The charming natural beauty of the Pusteria Valley will ignite your imagination and delight your senses. That’s true for both little hikers and adult adventurers.