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The forest calls

Living in the heart of nature

Experience the homely atmosphere in the Tyrolean Chalet Village or on the traditional Fane Alm itself. Surrounded by endless peace and quiet you have the time to concentrate on the essentials. Restore your energy at the private wellness centre and experience the freedom of the mountains. We look forward to meeting you!

Our phone number: +39 388 77 07 444
 

Hiking in Valles

A truly unique paradise

Pack your rucksack, put on your mountain boots and off you go at a measured pace. The only sounds are the twittering of the birds, the murmuring of the brook and clicking of hiking sticks. Happiness requires nothing more.
Reach your destination and breathe in the air, enjoy the view and then fortify yourself with typical South Tyrolean products.
The Dolomites offer a variety for hikers - exciting themed paths for children, leisurely half-day hikes for connoisseurs and challenging summit tours for the adventurous. The Valle Isarco and Val Pusteria valleys lie at your "hiking feet". More than 30 rustic alpine huts on your route invite you to take a relaxing break and sample typical regional dishes.

The quaint little village of Fane Alm with its chalets, cattle barns, small church and three Alpine hostelries. Here you can find out everything there is to know about the production of the "Valler Gold" mountain cheese. We own one of the chalets and will be delighted to rent it to you. Here you will experience languorous romance, the comfort of peace and quiet and a totally unique stay.

The hike into the mill valley in Terento to see the water-powered corn mills, which are up to 500 years old, is to be recommended. Or how about the Chestnut Trail from the Novacella monastery up to Runkelstein Castle, where you can fortify yourself with fresh products direct from the farmers? Or a tour to Rodengo Castle, where you can find out everything about life in the Middle Ages? Hiking and knowledge – a combination, which could not be more varied.
 

Back-Country Skiing Route:

WILDE KREUZSPITZE 3.132 m:
Start: Parkplatz Talende
Duration: ca. 5,5 h
Difference in altitude: ca. 1700 m
Destination: Wilde Kreuzspitze ...
 
 
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Fane Alm alpine village

The Milchsteig (Milk Trail) runs from Vals to the Fane Alm alpine village. You can find out more about the importance of the milk industry in and for South Tyrol here. Once you arrive on the alm there are all kinds of interesting ...
 
 
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Fane Alm in Vals

From the top car park it is 10 minutes on foot to the most rustic and pretty alpine village in South Tyrol with its residential chalets, hay barns, cattle sheds, a small church and three alpine inns! It can all be reached with ease with a child's ...
 
 
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Hike into the Mühlental valley from Terenten

Hike into the Mühlental valley from Terenten: from grain to bread in the flour mills. The hike starts from the centre of Terenten and passes alongside Terner Bach stream and the earth pyramids to the - in some parts - 500 years old water-powered ...
 
 
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Rodenecker Alm

Rodenecker Alm: A hike on forest tracks that lead to a large alpine pasture, from where you can overlook the Brixen basin and Eisack Valley, with wonderful views of the Dolomites, Peitlerkofel, Aferer Geisler and Villnöss!
 
 
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Schloss Rodenegg

Here you can find out all about the lives of knights, ladies and the legendary figure of the „Lauterfressers“.
The origins of the castle date back to the year 1140. The well-known Iwein frescoes from the early 13th century are among the oldest ...
 
 
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Snowshoeing & winter hiking:

VALSEGG
(starting directly from the Chalet Village):

Start: Valsegg Crossing
Duration: ca. 2.5 h
Distance: approx. 6,5 km
Difference in ...
 
 
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The „Keschtnweg“

The „Keschtnweg“ (Chestnut trail) runs from Neustift Monastery near Brixen to the Ritten high plateau and then continues into the Bolzano valley basin to Runkelstein Castle. Along the marked hiking trail you can fortify yourself with freshly ...
 
 
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WoodyWalk - Plose

This pushchair-friendly circular trail in the Brixen hiking area of the Plose offers numerous places to play and water features that are an inviting spot to let off steam or take a rest.
This makes it the perfect hiking destination for ...
 
 
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