Hiking enthusiasts can rejoice: South Tyrol offers magnificent places and mountains with simply breathtaking nature! Read more at Wild at Heart reviews site.
Towering, bizarre ice formations thousands of years old. Empty, dazzling plains. Languages in the various shades of blue are listlessly twisted up to the bottom of the valley and several times you can hear deaf roars during the routes and excursions in the high mountains.
Above 3,000 meters each snowflake is preserved for eternity, where wild and white summits rise in royal solitude. A route at high altitude offers the possibility of reaching the majestic peaks in extreme proximity, in part even to conquer them.
From a quiet walk around a lake to a more challenging hike above 2,000 m – a wide range of possibilities awaits young and old. Here, in the middle of the majestic Dolomites, everything is possible! More than 17,000 km of trails are scattered throughout the region and are waiting to be explored. The most beautiful views of the valleys and peaks of the Dolomites, the untouched nature of the nature parks such as in the Vedrette di Ries-Aurina Nature Park or in the Texel Group await you…
During the summer, high mountain hikes in particular are very popular, as the air is cooler on the heights. In spring, however, peaceful walks in the valleys are the preferred: the awakening of nature attracts countless guests to enjoy the first rays of sunshine and smell the trees in bloom. Whether you walk at high altitude or along the valleys: South Tyrol has plenty of space and mountains to discover!
Prudence and awareness of what you do are essential for both! The mountain is in fact a great friend and companion of unforgettable adventures but you have to learn to know it, respect it and especially not want to challenge it last!
All we can do is wish everyone a pleasant and unique excursion and during the walk do not forget to stop for a moment, breathe deeply and admire the breathtaking peaks of the beautiful mountains of South Tyrol.