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Hiking in South Tyrol

The main things that are essential for having fun in South Tyrol and staying healthy outdoors are: a proper clothing, a waterproof cape, boots with high-slip soles, water and something to eat.

If the goal is longer than 3000 m also add mansions, gloves and hat. If your idea is to make fixed-rope routes a harness and rope.

The fundamental thing then is to well-informed on the course and weather conditions before you leave!

Below we offer excursions to various difficulties, suitable for all types of hikers, the most experienced and pretentious as those beginners.

Essential for both caution and awareness of what you are doing! The mountain is in fact a good friend and companion effects, but we must learn to know, respect and above all not wanting to challenge it!

Rifugio Fronza - Kölner Hütte
Rosengarten - Via Nigra - 39056 - Welschnofen
+39 0471 612033
info@rifugiofronza.com
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Muntejela de Sennes
Muntejela de Sennes

Trekking tour in the Nature Parc Sennes with view of Seekofel.

© Internet Consulting - Catrin Frontull
Fixed-rope route Pisciadu
Fixed-rope route Pisciadu

The via ferrata Pisciadu in the Sella Group is one of the most popular ferratas in the Dolomites. Also, it has a breath-taking suspension bridge. It can be accessed from the road to Grödner Joch pass.

© Internet Consulting - Catrin Frontull
Hafling
Hafling

Hiking in Hafling

© RW-Design / Fotolia.com
Corvara
Corvara

Hiking around Corvara

© Guenther Linder / pixelio.de
Colfosco
Colfosco

Hiking on the Sella Group

© berggeist007 / pixelio.de
Sella Pass
Sella Pass

Hike nearby the Sella peaks

© Herbert Toparkus / pixelio.de
St. Ulrich in Gröden
St. Ulrich in Gröden

Hiking at the Sellaronda

© berggeist007 / pixelio.de
Sexten
Sexten

In the Mountains of South Tyrol

© Nicole Lünz / pixelio.de
Corvara
Corvara

Hiking in South Tyrol

© Campomalo / pixelio.de
Hochbrunner Schneid / Monte Popera
Hochbrunner Schneid / Monte Popera

A 3,000 m peaks in the Dolomites.

© Internet Consulting - Silvia Frigato

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