Hiking holiday in South Tyrol in the alpine region Gitschberg/Jochtal
With over 40 alpine inns and huts the hiking area Gitschberg/Jochtal will grant you an amazing hiking holiday in South Tyrol. During your stay a wide offer of hiking trails at all levels of difficulty will wait for you. This alpine region is dominated by the Gitschberg with 2.510 metres. Along various thematic hike trails during guided excursions you will have a description of the flora and fauna of this alpine region. Furthermore along the Fundres high route, the bee hike trail in Maranza and the elves track in Vandoies you will learn more details about the surrounding nature and the South Tyrolean traditions.
High alpine experiences during
the hiking holiday in South Tyrol
The hiking alpine region Gitschberg/Jochtal will wait for you with many high routes and mountain trips. With the cable car to Maranza, whose valley station is located directly near the Hotel zur Linde, you reach the high alpine area just in a few minutes. An idyllic excursion leads you in four hours to the Seefeld lakes, overcoming a total altitude difference of 950 metres. An interesting excursion will bring you from Maranza to Fane Alp and further to Bressanone mountain hut. This amazing high route has got a length of around 11,5 km and crosses deep woods and green meadows.
Family walks in
the alpine region Gitschberg/Jochtal
A lot of family hiking trails turn the excursion region Gischberg/Jochtal into a paradise that you will enjoy during a hiking holiday in South Tyrol with your whole family. These tracks have got an easy level of difficulty and are ideal also for the youngest guests of this alpine region. The walk along the circular daily trip in the Altafossa Valley is very much appreciated by both children and adults. The Altafossa Valley is located only 3 km far away from Rio Pusteria and is the starting point for a funny daily trip in the alpine world; on site there are also parking places. Among further attractive family routes in the region there also the “Möserweg” in Maranza, the blooms excursion “Blütenwanderung” and the Bergl circular path.