Hiking and more: Drei Zinnen Dolomites
In winter, the skiing region Drei Zinnen Dolomites is a paradise for skiers and snowboarders, with varied slopes and guaranteed snow. In summer, it gives mountain fans of all ages unique peak experiences too.
In Hochpustertal, everyone choose himself how much he or she wants to exert on the way to lofty heights. Cableways and chairlifts comfortably take nature lovers to Mt. Helm, Stiergarten, Rotwand and Col d'la Tenda within a few minutes. Advanced sportsmen do only relate on their muscular power and climb their favourite mountain on foot or with the mountain bike starting from the valley – a great challenge for trained people.
A mountain world to fall in love with
Romantic winter hikes or challenging fixed-rope routes, easy e-bike routes or steep trails for endurists – there are many possibilities to discover the Dolomites – UNESCO World Natural Heritage. As different as the preferences practising outdoor activities may be, all guests love the South Tyrolean specialities on the sunny terraces of cosy mountain huts.
The view from Helm to the worldwide largest rock sundial in Sexten with the peaks of Neuner, Zehner, Elfer, Zwölfer and Einser is indeed breath-taking – especially at sunrise. This experience is already worth early rising!
If you like trying new things: Helm is a good flying spot and a tandem flight offer strong emotions and great perspectives of the impressive Dolomites.
Adventures for all ages
“Olperls Bergwelt” adventure park begins directly at the top station of Helm lift facilities. The 1.5 km long circular tour helps families to learn more about the Alpine fauna with ten exciting stations.
Haunold skiing and hiking area in Innichen offers the 1.7 km long summer toboggan run “Funbob” – once a week also in the evening. The reindeer feedings at Rotwand top station in Sexten is also popular among families. Animal lovers closely experience the only reindeer herd in Italy from and get to know many things about these convivial four-legged friends.