Into the wild we go

Hiking service

Our service for hikers!

  • 2 x weekly hikes, from easy to challenging *
  • Free use of walking sticks
  • SouthTyrolGuestPass for the use of all public transportation means in South Tyrol for free
  • Hiking maps, brochures and information about the area
  • Washing machine and dryer

*depending on the requests, subject to change

5 mountains ready to be explored: off to the mountain train!

In no time at all you arrive at the mountain railways * of the 3 Peaks Dolomites area with various areas to be explored, divided on five mountains, Helm, Stiergarten, Rotwand, Haunold and Comelico.

*There's a lovely surprise for guests staying in Alta Pusteria! The "3 Zinnen Mountain Card" is a pass valid for several days, allowing unlimited use of all the ski lifts in the Three Peaks Dolomites area. The pass is also great for MTB enthusiasts, who can take their bikes with them in the cable car and start their adventures up in the peaks.

  • Haunold: made for families …
    kids big and small, and those who are still kids at heart will love the giant Haunold. Highlights: the circular trail of the giant, the FunBob summer toboggan run, the “Zwergenparcours” ropes course, a lake for wading barefoot, a tubing run, and much more.
  • Stiergarten: for hiking and exploring
    … put on your hiking shoes or climb onto your bike – at Stiergarten we are off into the open! Highlights: the Sextner alpine meadow hike, the Karnische Höhenweg, Giro Enduro Bike Tour and much more.
  • Helm: for photographers
    … just don't forget your camera when you are on the way to the Helm mountain, because such a view deserves to be immortalised! Highlights: Oplerls mountain world, gorgeous sunrises and sunsets and much more.
  • Rotwand: for fans of reindeer
    … we admit it is not the only attraction on Rotwand, but it is the sweetest: the only reindeer herd in the Alps is looking forward to your visit! Highlights: the surroundings are seeped in history, with stations from World War I, via ferrata and much more.
  • Col d’la Tenda (Dolomiti del Comelico): for sports lovers
    … in nearby Belluno, the hiking trails on the mountain tempt you with adrenaline, enjoyment and challenging hikes. Highlights: a wide selection of hikes for all levels of difficulty, two challenging single trails and much more.

5 absolute classic attractions: off into nature!

  • The Three Peaks: UNESCO World Heritage Site
    Observe them from afar, watch them from the sky, hike to them, walk around them, climb up them – the Three Peaks can be admired from different perspectives. Which one will be your favourite?
  • The Three Peaks View: peaking through the keyhole
    For those who first only want to have a brief look of the imposing trio, they can do that about 7 km from Toblach in Höhlensteintal in Landro. A wood platform shows you which way to look and a free telescope is available. On a clear day you can see the north faces of the Three Peaks also with the naked eye.
  • Fischleintal: picture-postcard views in Sexten
    It is only 4.5 km long, but every metre is decked out with scenic beauty. You simply can't get enough of the panoramic view all around you, therefore you might need a little bit longer to get back.
  • Plätzwiese: so close to the sky
    The high pasture in the Fanes Sennes Prags Natural Park is at an altitude of 2,000 m and provides beautiful views. The high pasture does not only tempt you to go for a hike, but also mountain biking. If you hike to Dürrenstein or Strudelköpfen, on a clear day you can admire the imposing Three Peaks.
  • Lake Braies: the most famous lake in the Alps
    It is one of the most beautiful lakes in the Dolomites and is an eye-catcher in every season. We recommend going to Lake Braies during off-peak periods so that you can admire this corner of the earth in peace and quiet.
Hiking in summer
Three Peaks
Pragser Wildsee