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Quanto bene conoscete l’Alto Adige? Le tradizioni, la storia e gli usi e costumi di ogni sua valle? Se a queste domande scuotete la testa, allora siete finiti sulla pagina giusta. In questo blog vogliamo condividere con voi esperienze, eventi e particolarità del nostro amato territorio, i punti panoramici più belli da cui ammirare il tramonto, le migliori ricette di ogni singola valle (le calorie non si contano!) e le attività più entusiasmanti. E molto, molto di più. Partite per un viaggio virtuale attraverso l’Alto Adige!
During a hike in South Tyrol there’s so much to experience for young and old: spectacular views, fresh mountain air ... and shy marmots!

Leading role: the Dolomites

Imagine this: step by step, you walk along narrow paths, that wind through wide Alpine meadows. Majestic mountains appear on your left and on your right and tell you their very own story. Every mountaineer will absolutely fall in love with them, don’t you think? Your kids will enjoy the view, particularly beautiful rocks and rushing mountain streams. You breathe in the fresh and clean mountain air. The all of a sudden ... a whistle! The Dolomites are home to the fluffy marmots, and if you’re lucky, you might not only hear them whistle, but also spot them. We’re about to introduce you to three hikes in the Dolomites where you can try your luck at marmot spotting.


Val Gardena/Gröden: up the Sëurasas!

The Ladin term “Sëurasas” means as much as “above the rock”. A very fitting name for the homonymous summit, because once you reach the top, you have a marvellous panoramic view! But let’s start from the beginning ... er, from the valley. The hike begins from Cristauta parking, in St. Christina. Take the trail no. 4 and follow it in the direction of St. Jakob. At the crossroads, turn right and follow path no. 20. You are now at Sëurasas ... follow the trail until you’ve reached the peak. Return via the same path.
Length: 6.6km
Altitude: 449m
Duration: 3 hours

Val Badia/Gadertal: above the Pralongià plateau

Would you like to combine leisurely hikes with the whole family with stunning views of the Dolomites and plenty of places to stop for a break? Then off to Pralongià! The Pralongià chairlift takes you comfortably up to 2,016 metres. Follow trail no. 25 to Pralongià hut, which you’ll reach in 20 minutes. Then continue on trail no. 23 along the main ridge to the Bioch hut at 2,073 metres. Follow the path further downhill until you reach the Tablà hut. Now keep left westwards to Piz Arlara hut. Now continue descending until you reach a crossroads where you change to path no. 30/A until you reach a crossroads with path no. 24, which you follow southwards. You’ll then come to a crossroads with path no. 25/B to the chairlift car park.
Length: 7.5km
Altitude: 252m
Duration: 3 hours

Psst ... one more insider tip!

If your kids are a little older and enjoy hiking, we have a special tip for you: the marmot circuit, right below Mt Sassolungo/Langkofel. It lives up to its name, as there is a large population of marmots at the foot of Mt Sasso Piatto/Plattkofel. The hike starts at Monte Pana (near Monte Pana inn) and winds its way along trail no. 30 to Saltria. You then follow trail no. 9 to Tirler Alm hut and then to Zallinger mountain house. Once you’re there, take trail no. 531 that leads to Murmeltier hut. Continue along Mt Sasso Piatto/Plattkofel to Piz da Uridl peak, and then on to Confinböden until you reach the starting point again via trail no. 30.
Length: 17.7km
Altitude: 681m
Duration: 5.5 hours

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