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Valle Isarco/Eisacktal Pave the way!

Valle Isarco/Eisacktal: Hiking with children in the valley of trails

Wonderful mountains, sunny heights – Valle Isarco turns little couch potatoes into hiking fans. Exciting theme trails, panoramic circular hikes, and easy summit tours know how to impress. Pack your bags and start your family holiday in South Tyrol!

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Valle Isarco: Hiking with children is a pleasure

Walking on sunshine: the most beautiful hikes in Valle Isarco

The warm sunshine kisses your skin, the magnificent view delights your eyes, and countless attractions fill your heart with joy – Valle Isarco/Eisacktal makes hiking with children fun. We, the host families at Familienhotels Südtirol, will tell you where your next adventure should take you.

To the Tribulaun hut

It thrones majestically above Val di Flerse/Pflerschtal: Tribulaun. Legend has it that only the chosen see the face of the giant in the rock face. Do you belong to this circle? Find out during the sweaty but rewarding hike to the Tribulaun hut. Good fitness required.

To the picturesque Allriss-Alm

South Tyrol at it’s best is what you’ll experience on the rustic Allriss-Alm in the Val di Fleres/Pflerschtal, which is a worthwhile destination especially on hot days. The path leads through a shady forest to the idyllic alpine hut, which is known for its culinary delicacies.

To “Hölle” near Gossensass

To hell and back, please. Don’t worry, this hike near Gossensass doesn’t require you to visit the purgatory and defeat demons. The easy hike takes you directly to “Hölle”, or hell in English, which is the name that the locals gave to the imposing waterfall.

To the Ratschings-Jaufen BergerlebnisWelt

What would a hike be without fun? Really boring! In the BergerlebnisWelt in the Ratschings-Jaufen hiking area there is no danger. The world of ants and marmots, the petting zoo, the water games, the climbing frames, and many other highlights ensure fun, games, and action.

Adventure trails in Ratschings

Hiking is your hobby? Then off you go to the adventure trails in Ratschings, such as the pasture trail, the Pfeifer Huisele path, the educational “Forest and Water” trails, or the barefoot path. Other highlights: the hikes to the Gilfenklamm, to the Wasserfall Lakes, or through the Burkhardklamm to the Agelsbodenalm.

To the Fleckner or Zinseler

Do you want to be at the summit of your family holiday in South Tyrol this summer? In Ratschings you can celebrate two summits victories: on the Fleckner or the Zinseler. Both mountains are easy to climb and offer you a dream view of the surrounding landscape.

To the Kneipp facility in Valle di Altafossa/Altfasstal

Whether with a pram or with a small child at hand – the alpine hike to the tranquil Valle di Altafossa/Altfasstal near Meransen is very easy. The alpine Kneipp facility and the stream invite you to play. If this is too easy for you, you can climb up to the Großer Seefeldsee at the end of the valley.

Alpine hut circuit on the Gitschberg

Not ten at one go, but six alpine huts can be discovered on the alpine hut circuit on the Gitschberg. The hike also leads you to the sun park with giant trampoline, climbing igloo, giant slide, telescope, sun throne, human sundial, and other attractions.

To the tranquil Fane Alm

One word to describe Fane Alm in Vals? Picture-perfect! The Milchsteig leads you to the unique alpine village, which has already served as a film set several times. If you feel like it, you can hike on to the Brixner hut or the Wilden Lake. Taxis also run between the car park in the valley and the alpine pasture.

To Steiner Mandl

Enjoy a grandiose panoramic view during the leisurely hike to the Steiner Mandl. And do not forget your camera! After the hike, the Jochtal adventure park with its petting zoo, climbing bear, water park, telescope, hammocks, chimes, and viewing platform invites you to play.

Peak victory at Cima Lasta/Astjoch

Ready for a peak victory? Then head straight to Cima Lasta/Astjoch. An easy hiking trails leads past the Alpe di Luson/Lüsner Alm and Alpe di Rodengo/Rodenecker Alm to the panoramic peak. At the top you can enjoy a fantastic view in all directions. Good fitness required.