Your invite to hike South Tyrol

Northern Italy’s South Tyrol region offers walking and hiking for all levels. Experience the beauty of the Dolomites – a UNESCO World Heritage site – and its rosy glow at sunset, the famous ‘Enrosadira’ phenomenon. There’s no better way to relax and stay fit with your family, so enjoy every step of the way.

3 special Dolomite hikes

Whether you’re walking with family or friends, here are three stunning hikes you won’t want to miss.

  • Test your stamina on the Three Peaks Lodge tour, taking in the Zsigmondyhütte, Büllelejochhütte and Dreizinnenhütte huts. Take the tour
  • Far from any traffic, the Prato Piazza high altitude plateau near Braies/Prags is a magical place. Discover the route
  • Calling all experienced hikers to take on the 4 Peaks Alta Badia Challenge. Ascend all breathtaking summits in one day and take your place in the wall of fame. Explore new heights
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Your visit to South Tyrol
  • By plane
    The closest airports are Innsbruck and Verona, both less than two hours’ drive away. Others include Munich and Venice.
  • By train
    From Munich, there are five daily Deutsche Bahn trains to South Tyrol. Bolzano/Bozen can be reached in under four hours.
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