Hiking in South Tyrol
Today, hip people in particular talk about walking or trekking tours. What is meant, of course, is still classic hiking, and hardly any other holiday destination is more suitable for this than South Tyrol.
The south side of the Alps is pleasantly warm in summer, in autumn the sheer endless views lure you up into the heights, and in all parts of the country the average hiker is spoilt for choice. Because there are plenty of hiking opportunities in South Tyrol.
Hiking in South Tyrol is fun
Depending on your mood and fitness, you can either go on a leisurely pilgrimage from hut to hut, explore the irrigation channels in Vinschgau and around Meran, or tackle the challenging high-altitude trails and alpine tours in the Texel Group or in the Tauferer Ahrntal. Not to mention the Dolomites, which offer both pleasant alpine tours and difficult but no less beautiful climbing routes.
The hiking possibilities in South Tyrol are countless and made for both experienced hikers and families with small children. There is something for everyone! In addition, there are several associations and organisations that offer guided hikes, so all you have to do is concentrate on hiking and enjoying the beautiful nature!
So, dear mountain friends, have fun hiking in South Tyrol!