South Tyrol is known for its mountains, mountain grasslands and mountain huts. So the best way to explore our region is by mountain hiking. We want to offer our attendees authentic and comprehensive guided hiking tours to the breath-taking Dolomites close to Bozen/Bolzano.
For those who do not like long hikes, we offer an easy hiking tour at the Ritten plateau, and a city tour to the City of Meran/Merano.

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© Harald Süpfle
• Hiking #1: Ritten (easy)

Panorama hike on the plateau of Ritten/Renon, with beautiful view to the Dolomites. [ideal for everyone who likes hiking, but not in high mountain areas]

© Olga Filippova
• Mountain Hiking #1: Rosengarten (easy)

Easy panorama hike at the foot of the Rosengarten/Catinaccio in the outer Dolomites. [ideal for everyone who likes mountain hikes, but no big difference in elevation]

© Aleš Krivec
• Mountain Hiking #2: Secëda (medium)

Demanding mountain hike to the shoulders of the Geisler/Odle in the Ladinia region. [ideal for everyone who likes mountain hiking and is fine with differences in elevation of 500m]

© Wikimedia Commons
• Mountain Hiking #3: Schlern (demanding)

Long and demanding hike on top the Schlern/Sciliar, one of the most famous landmarks of South Tyrol. [for experiences mountain hikers which are fine with a difference in elevation of 1100m]

© Luca Volpi
• City Tour: Bozen/Bolzano

For all who do not want to hike we offer a city tour in Bozen/Bolzano with official city guides.