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Dolomites On a discovery tour

Dolomites + Hiking with children = Pure family happiness

The Dolomites have always been a place of longing for alpinists. No wonder, bizarre rock formations towering majestically into the deep blue sky, the Pale Mountains cast a spell on young and old explorers alike. Let yourself be enchanted by these breathtakingly beautiful peaks! The memories of this family holiday in South Tyrol will stay with you forever.

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Dolomites: Hiking with children made easy

Magical! Hiking with witches, gnomes, giants, and kings

In the Dolomites you always walk in the best company. Accompanied by nice witches, funny gnomes, gentle giants, and great kings hiking becomes even more fun. We, your hosts at Familienhotels Südtirol, are happy to tell you the most beautiful trails in the Dolomites for hiking with children.

The PanaRaida adventure trail

Hiking is boring? Not on the PanaRaida adventure trails in St. Christina in Gröden! Look forward to ten adventure and experience stations that just wait to be discovered, as well as to an exciting Geocaching adventure.

To Val d’Anna/Annatal near St. Ulrich

The journey is the reward when hiking in Val d’Anna/Annatal near St. Ulrich in Gröden, because it leads you to a refreshing Kneipp path, to hammoks for relaxing, and to a giant playground for romping around.

To the City of Stone

A City of Stone – does something like that exist? Yes, on the Passo Sella/Sellajoch near Wolkenstein. The informative Naturaronda theme trail under the Sassolungo/Langkofel leads you directly there. An extraordinary trip!

On the Geology Trail

Would you like to explore the legendary world of the Dolomites? Then we have a great tip for you: The Geology Trail, which leads from Seis to the Schlernboden hut. On the way you can marvel at the structure of the Dolomites, which was exposed by the water of the Frötscher river.

The Sciliar/Schlern Witch’s Chair

Do you know the infamous Witches of the Sciliar/Schlern? No? Then it’s about time. From Kastelruth a mysterious path leads you to the witch’s chairs and the Marinzen Alm with petting zoo, adventure playground, and fish pond.

To the Sciliar/Schlern high plateau

Did you know that the Schlern is the symbol of South Tyrol? And that an easy hiking trail leads from the Alpe di Siusi/Seiser Alm to the impressive high plateau? After a refreshment in the Schlernhaus you will easily reach the summit cross on the Petz, the highest point! Breathtaking panorama included.

To the unique Latemarium

Near Deutschnofen a whole range of experiences stretches around the Latemar mountain massif: Latemarium. Various theme trails lead to numerous works of art, interactive learning stations, relaxation areas, viewing platforms, weather stations, and more.

The Planet Path in Gummer

Would you like to reach for the stars on holiday in South Tyrol with children? No problem, just visit the Star Village Gummer with its informative Planet Path. Tip: Take a look at the stars in the observatory and travel to distant lands in the planetarium.

The unique Bletterbach gorge

Known as the Grand Canyon of South Tyrol: the impressive Bletterbach gorge. The informative nature trail, which leads through the unique Geoparc, allows you to walk in the footsteps of the dinosaurs, which have left their footprints here. Impressive!

To the Weißhorn near Aldein

Peak victory made easy! On the Weißhorn near Aldein, small and big mountain vagabonds celebrate a very easy summit victory. In less than two hours you can reach the foothills of the Dolomites from Jochgrimm. Don’t forget to sign the the summit book.

The Fable Trail in Sexten

Numerous myths, stories, and legends revolve around the Dolomites. The adventurous Fable Trail in Sexten takes you into a magical world where you will meet countless fable characters and hear exciting stories that are said to have happened in the area.

Visit the reindeeres at Croda Rossa/Rotwand

Allow me to introduce mystelf: I’m Rudi the Reindeer. While hiking at Croda Rossa/Rotwand you’ll meet the world’s smallest reindeer pack. Those interested in history can admire the relics of World War I. An impressive open-air museum.

The realm of Haunold the Giant

Once upon a time … Visit the realm of Haunold the Giant and meet him during an adventure hike. Another highlight: the Gnome Village. Starting point for the family fun in the Haunold mountain station above Innichen.

Off to Olperl’s mountain world

Looking for new holiday friends? Let's go to Olperl’s mountain world. Hike on the short circular trail at the top station of the Helm cable car to meet the little figure and his good friends at ten adventure stations. So much fun!

Lake Antholz adventure trails

Pure nature is what awaits you during a family hike in the Riesenferner-Ahrn Nature Park near Rasen-Antholz. Always worth a visit: Lake Antholz at the end of the valley. A nature adventure trails leads you around the blue-green lake, the third largest lake in South Tyrol.

On the stone mile in Olang

Nature is full of small and big wonders. You can marvel at very special stone blocks from all areas of South Tyrol on the Stone Mile in Olang, while you discover the fascinating flora and fauna on the leisurely Schornstein nature trail.

The circular Concordia family trail

An impressive 360-degree view awaits you on the top of Plan de Corones/Kronplatz. The worthwhile Concordia circular trail is filled with attractions for young and old, such as the peace bell Concordia, the giant swing, the Skyscraper, and MMM Corones.

The butterfly and marmot trail

The butterfly trail near Kiens gives your children wings. In addition to the pretty flying animals, you will also encounter the Giant of Ehrenburg along the way. Another highlight: the marmot trail from Kiens to idyllic Lake Grünbach.

To Lake Glittner in Lüsen

Ooops, how did the boat get onto the mountain lake? That’s the question you will ask yourself after the leisurely hike from Lüsner Alm to Lake Glittner. Maybe the swans know the answer? We could ask them. Worthwile hike for mountain lovers.

Woodie Walk on Plose

Anyone who claims that hiking is boring is mistaken. In Lüsen we prove you wrong. The brook walk, the high moor path, the farm walk, the Swiss stone pine path, or the Woodie Walk on Plose lead you to impressive natural spectacles, cultural landscapes, and places to play.