• Wandern im Vinschgau

The hiking hotel in the Vinschgau Valley

Your hiking advantages in detail:

  • 2 free guided tours with our hotel guide on Monday and Thursday from April to October
  • ashplants, backpacks, water bottles and maps at your disposal
  • tips in our daily morning post on the breakfast table
  • information and descriptions at the reception
  • ring binder with different hiking trails
  • cable cars, traditional cottages and a unique mountain scenery await you
  • 4 guided tours from Tuesday through Friday during the summer months from July to September in cooperation with the National Park and the tourist office
  • flexible on the way – with the Venosta Valley Card (valid from march until november): When visiting the Venosta Valley and South Tyrol, be sure to take advantage of our new cost-saving offer! It will enable free utilization of the Venosta Valley train as well as all other types of public transport throughout South Tyrol. By simply showing your Venosta Valley Card, you'll also receive various discounts such as on cable-car rides, museums and recreational facilities.

This could be your hiking week in spring or autumn here:

  • 1st day: Hike from the Hotel along the Archaik path to the village of Stilfs. Five hours on a trail with history.
  • 2nd day: The Piz Chavalatsch offers the most magnificent panoramic view over the whole Vinschgau Valley
  • 3rd day: Schnals-Waalweg: on the prettiest path along the canal of irrigation to Reinhold Messner's Castle Juval.
  • 4th day: Light hike with a visit at the Castle Churburg of Schluderns
  • 5th day: High up via the mountain pasture of Prad and along the trail to the mountain pasture of Stilfs.
  • 6th day: With the cable car from Latsch to St. Martin – a fantastic hike on the “sunny mountain” via the Zuckbichl to Schlanders.

This could be your summer hiking week here:

  • 1st day: We start with the magnific Gold Lake path. From the Stelvio Pass – the mountain hut Garibaldi to the hut Furkelhütte.
  • 2nd day: On the way to the hut Düsseldorfer Hütte you leave the tree line behind and climb up to 2700 m.
  • 3rd day: We take the chairlift to the hut of Langenstein and hike via the hut of Tabaretta to the hut of Payer on 3000m. This is the starting point for climbing the Ortler.
  • 4th day: Today a litte leisurely: with the Watles-chairlift we pass the tree line and hike on the path n. 8A to the hut Sesvennahütte. On the way back we get to the little mountain village Schlinig.
  • 5th day: We saw the mountains of the Ortler and Sesvenna groups. Missing are now the Alps of Ötztal. Starting vom the Valley Langtaufers there is a magnificent hike via the mountain pasture Melag to the hut Weißkugelhütte.
  • 6th day: Starting point today is the hut Enzianhütte. After the hut Marteller-Hütte we reach the hut Zufall-Hütte at the end of the Martell Valley.