Mountains and hiking

An impressive landscape and intact nature make hiking and trekking in South Tyrol a lasting holiday experience.

No matter if you prefer walking comfortably round a lake or you decide to scale the highest mountains, South Tyrol offers a wide range of tours! More than 17,000 km of trails are spread all over this area, representing the foundation for unforgettable hiking holidays. Above all the panorama in the Dolomites will fascinate you, alike the intact nature in Gruppo di Tessa mountain range or the calm in Sciliar Nature Park.

In summer particularly alpine tours are very popular, as in higher altitudes you cannot only enjoy a great view, but also refreshing temperatures. In spring, however, you can pleasantly walk down in the valleys, when nature comes out of hibernation and a sea of colourful flowers covers the meadows.
No matter if you explore higher realms or enjoy walking down in the valleys, you will love hiking in the great outdoors of South Tyrol!

  1. Hikes by category

    In South Tyrol, the choice for hiking passionates ranges from easy walking trails…  read article

  2. Hikes by season

    South Tyrol offers plenty of walking and hiking tours in every season of the year.  read article

  3. Hiking in Alta Badia

    The Dolomites, Unesco World Natural Heritage site, dominate the landscape of Alta…  read article

  4. Hiking in Bolzano and surroundings

    From romantic promenades to the panoramic mountain Corno del Renon: the capital of…  read article

  5. Hiking in Valle Isarco

    With the cascades of Barbiano, the mountain hut Tribulaun and the Puez-Odle nature…  read article

  6. Hiking in Val Gardena

    To hike in the Dolomites means to experience new adventures.  read article

  7. Hiking in Merano und surroundings

    Promenades, “Waalwege“ and long-distance hiking trails: everything is possible in…  read article

  8. Hiking in Val Passiria

    The Val Passiria exhibits one of the most beautiful panoramic hiking tours in South…  read article

  9. Hiking in Val Pusteria

    With the Zillertaler Alps, the Vedrette di Ries and not to forget the Dolomites,…  read article

  10. Hiking in Val d’Ega

    The legendary mount Catinaccio, the kingdom of king Laurin, offers a great variety…  read article

  11. Hiking in Val Senales

    The Val Senales, one of the most unspoilt valleys in South Tyrol, exhibits a more…  read article

  12. Hiking in Alpe di Siusi area

    Mount Sciliar and the largest high altitude plateau in Europe make of the hiking…  read article

  13. Hiking in the South of South Tyrol

    The South of South Tyrol presents itself surprisingly Mediterranean but still also…  read article

  14. Hiking in Valle di Tures & Aurina

    The valley of Tures and Aurina is one of the most genuine valleys in South Tyrol…  read article

  15. Hiking in Val d’Ultimo and Alta Val di Non

    The valley Val d’Ultimo enchants with its rustic charm and old farm houses,…  read article

  16. Hiking in Val Venosta

    From an atmospheric walking tour in the valley to the adventurous climbing of…  read article

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