Hiking and climbing in South Tyrol
Over 16,000 kilometres of marked and signposted hiking trails distinguish South Tyrol and make it a hiking paradise. Trails at all altitudes, whether at the bottom of the valley, in the low mountain ranges or above the timber line and high up in the mountains, make a hiking experience possible at any time of the year. Hiking is varied, from the promenades and footpaths around the towns, through the gentle meadow paths and historic paths along the irrigation channels through the flourishing cultural landscape and along walkable paths along glittering lakes, cultivated manors, castles and palaces. Well-kept forest paths lead to higher regions and lead to the original steep paths with breathtaking panoramas over the Alpine peaks, whether on the "King" Ortler or over the legendary Dolomites, whether day or stage tours, the hiking experience is assured. If you want to venture a little higher, there are countless climbing routes, fixed rope routes and climbing gardens to choose from.