Active holiday in South Tyrol
1,000 possibilities in the Dolomites
The Dolomites are rich in extraordinary landscapes. But what makes your holiday in Villnöss so special is the fascinating juxtaposition of the most diverse natural landscapes in only one region: here the charmingly curved valley crossed by the Villnöss stream – next to the terraced low mountain range and crowned by the majestic Geisler peaks. This is the most attractive place for the most varied activities. Read what is possible during a holiday in South Tyrol. And have a look at our interactive map.
Nordic walking along 100 km
Information about the hiking paradise Villnöss is provided by a separate webpage. Here you can find out more about the optimal conditions that our valley offers for Nordic Walking fans. Sure, you can swing the poles on many of the 33 circular trails in Villnöss and on numerous other routes. At the same time, the Nordic Walking Park Villnöss is open to you, which offers you 6 panoramic paths on about 100 km of best views, for example the ubiquitous mountain panorama of the Dolomites from the most beautiful angles. Cross lovely meadows, pass through high valleys and rugged rocks – this is how fitness matches with fun!
With the mountain bike in the “pale mountains”
What do you prefer? A relaxed MTB-tour on smooth forest paths, scented with softwoods, a gentle ascent in the Dolomites or a streamlined single-trail that requires everything? In Villnöss with its network of about 140 km mountain bikers find routes of all levels of difficulty and terrain. You can, for example, complete the Jochrunde, the Aferer valley round or the very challenging Peitlerkofel round. The comfortable Villnösser Almentour, on the other hand, is an excellent family fun where you will be on a wonderful circular route for about 3 hours (departure / destination: car park Schwarzwald).
Climbing in an adventure holiday
For many of our guests, of course, climbing is one of the most important activities for an active holiday in South Tyrol. Who does not want to become active in the Dolomites once in front of bizarre limestone formations and magnificent rocks? At the bottom of the Peitlerkofel you will find the “Würzjoch” climbing garden with about 50 routes with level of difficulty from 4 to 8b. The “Zanser Alm” climbing garden runs along the Adolf Munkel trail. At an altitude of 1,950 m there are also about 50 routes of difficulty levels from 3 to 8a for climbers. If you want to expand your adventure holiday further, we highly recommend a visit to the Adventure Park Villnöss. The complex is located in a forest and attracts with about 100 exciting stations, including a 14 m high climbing tower.
The perfect cooling
On a hot summer day, do you want to refresh yourself, instead of sweating in the “pale mountains” on the banks of a cool stream? Then we suggest you to drive to nearby Klausen and cool down in the free swimming pool. Fun for the whole family is a one-day visit to the Acquarena water park in Brixen.