in the mountain pasture region Gitschberg Jochtal
provides a beautiful mountain experience at the intersection of Val Pusteria and Valle Isarco. Here you will find many gentle hikes across wide pastures and alpine tours in the stunning Fundres mountains. The choice of mountain tours and excursions into nature is almost unlimited: Over 100 km of perfectly signposted and cared for paths take you to idyllic pastures, clear mountain lakes and mountain peaks. The hikes to the Malga Fane, the tour to lakes Laghi di Campolago or the circular walk into the Valle d'Altafossa are among the most beautiful walks anywhere in Valle Isarco and Val Pusteria.
The free tickets guests of the hotel Fichtenhof receive for unlimited use of the two cable cars “Gitschberg” and “Jochtal” for the duration of their holiday make hiking
in Gitschberg Jochtal
twice as much fun. Getting up the mountain is free and comfortable.
From May to October Monday to Friday, the Hotel Fichtenhof’s hiking programme offers you several free guided hikes. The activity programme put together in collaboration with the Tourism Association is sure to include the right tour for you!
- Legend walks
- Summit tour to the panorama platform Gitschberg
- Legend hike in in Rodengo
- Hike through the South Tyrolean golden autumn (from mid-September)
- From farm to farm in Fundres
- Bunker hikes in Spinga
- Guided tour of the hermitage Chiusa di Rio Pusteria (mid-June - mid-September)
- Guided tour of an organic farm in Rio Pusteria
- Kneipp hike in the Valle d'Altafossa in Valles
- Sunrise hike to the Stoanmandl cairn in Jochtal
The beautiful far reaching views you enjoy on your hikes
in the mountains in the holiday region Gitschberg-Jochtal
are truly unique. From Valle Isarco, the “valley of the walks” the view stretches over the spa town of Bressanone, the Valle di Funes and far into Val Pusteria. In and amongst this the eye rests on the incomparable mountain range of the Dolomites, often said to be the “most beautiful mountains in the world”. Because of their unique landscape the Dolomites were awarded UNESCO World Heritage status in 2009. A “Grand Tour” through the Dolomites is one of the highlights of a hiking holiday
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