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Hiking in autumn and winter

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Winter Hiking - Enjoy the atmosphere and the magic of the mountains in white

Away from the slopes, snow-covered fir branches, sparkling snow crystals and the brilliant sunshine invite you to trudge through the winter landscape and let yourself be slowed down by nature. Hiking is also a "nature experience" during the cold season.


Whether hiking trails in the mountain valleys or specially prepared winter hiking trails, experience the snow-capped mountain peaks, valleys and forests in their full splendor. Enjoy the beauties of winter to the fullest and in between strengthen yourself with South Tyrolean specialties.


Look forward to a fantastic time in the 'bircher' and in your beautiful apartment in South Tyrol, in the heart of winter sports. We are happy to advise you extensively when it comes to choosing the right tour or the ideal winter sports area.


Our recommendations:

Hiking in autumn and winter

Alriss Alm

A toboggan and hiking fun for the whole family with a cozy alpine retreat

The Alriss Alm, which is open almost all year round (closed April to May and November), lies in the Pflerschtal Valley and can be reached on foot from Innerpflersch, Ladurns and Rosskopf via the new Dolomieu Trail.


We recommend to start on the hiking car park St. Anton Pflerschtal with the toboggan and to follow the path no. 27, which lies on forest paths. This leads directly to Alriss Alm. Once at the top you can enjoy traditional South Tyrolean dishes and the wonderful panorama. After strengthening it goes the same way with the toboggan down. A fun for young and old.


Directions: From Freienfeld follow the SS12 to Sterzing and continue in the direction of Brenner. In Gossensaß, turn left into Pflerschtal. At the end of the valley turn left after the entrance to the left over a small bridge to the trail parking lot, where you can park your vehicle for free.


Note: Please contact us before starting the hiking tour. Due to weather events such as heavy snowfall or other incidents, the route could not be walked on.

Hiking in autumn and winter

Ore mine and the Aglsbodenalm in the Ridnauntal

Fascinating mining world and pasture in the valley

Even though the mining world and the alpine pasture are closed in winter, this moderate hike with its approx. 500 hm offers a magnificent view of the mining world in the Ridnaun Valley. About 150 years ago, an ore processing plant of the most modern kind was built here, which today functions as a museum and monument. In the further course of the tour, you can also make a detour to the Burghardklamm gorge, before you come across a valley at the head of the valley, which is surrounded by peaks up to 2500 m high. At the Aglsbodenalm you will experience a breathtaking view and if you wish, you can enjoy a little snack brought along. For this you will find a selection of regional specialties in the 'moidls lokäischn'.


Directions: Drive from Freienfeld to Sterzing; at the big roundabout take the third exit to Stange; Afterwards follow the signs Ridnaun / Stange; 10 km from the bar follow the road to the mining museum. Below the mining world you can park your vehicle for free.


Hike: Follow the road on foot and leave the mining world to your left until you reach the panoramic hiking trail no. 9 (on site, very good signposting). Follow this through the forest. At several vantage points you can experience the fascinating mining world and the Stubai Alps up close. Further on, you will find trail no. 8 (the bridge is the sign of the bridge that leads over the Fernerbach to your right). Here you have the opportunity to continue your way through the Burghardklamm gorge. In the further course both ways hit each other again. Follow hiking trail no. 8 to the Aglsbodenalm.


Note: Please contact us before starting the hiking tour. Due to weather events, such as heavy snowfall or other incidents, the route could not be walked on.

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