Hiking holiday in South Tyrol - Villanders
Hiking in Villanders & the Dolomites in South Tyrol
On the many beautiful summer days it is a good idea to go hiking in Villanders and on the beautiful alpine pastures in the immediate vicinity.
Particularly recommended is the Villanderer Alm, a high plateau with a beautiful mountain lake, the "Toten Kirchlein" and the Villanderer Berg, which is located at 2,500 m above sea level.
The Villanderer Alm is the geographical centre of South Tyrol and offers a 360° panoramic view of over 250 mountain peaks of the Dolomites and the entire Alpine region.
Six managed alpine huts (Gasser Hütte, Rinderplatz Hütte, Mair in Plun Hütte, Marzuner Schupfe, Pfroder Alm and the Stöfflhütte) invite you to stop in. Fortify yourself with hearty traditional cuisine on the beautiful alpine terraces.
But you don't always have to go high up, because the Keschtnweg, a 65 km long hiking trail from Brixen to Bozen through the individual villages on the sunny side of the Eisack Valley, passes directly in front of our front door.
As we are enthusiastic hikers ourselves, we have many great tips in store for you.
We are very centrally located, so you can reach numerous other hiking areas in the immediate vicinity:
- Alpe di Siusi with Puflatsch, Molignon, Goldknopf, Rosszähne, Schlern and Plattkofel.
- Villnöss Valley with St. Magdalena with the famous Geislerspitzen and the Peitlerkofel
- Val Gardena with the Langkofel, Plattkofel, Sella Stock, Grödner Joch, Sella Joch, Cirspitzen and many well-known via ferratas & routes
- Feldthurner Alm with the Latzfonser Kreuz and the Kassianspitze
- Rodenecker Alm with the Astjoch
- Barbianer Alm and the Rittner Horn
- Tuffalm above the Völser Weiher lake