The simple pleasures in nature…
A hiking holiday in the Pustertal valley: Explore the mountains on foot
The Pustertal valley is a hiking paradise and and a most sought-after holiday destination. Trails with breathtaking panoramic views over the Dolomites, mountain peaks for proven climbers, gentle pasture walks or demanding fixed-rope climbs – Christlrumerhof is surrounded by magnificent mountain scenery which is best explored on foot. Whether it is a pleasurable stroll, a race to the top or a family outing, you will have South Tyrol’s idyllic landscape literally at your feet!
Plan de Corones – the panorama mountain
Plan de Corones, Brunico’s local mountain, offers impressive views over the Dolomite summits and the Alps. A picnic on the mountain pastures is fun for children, and the cable car from Brunico allows you to reach the heights in comfort. Plan de Corones has many paths leading through pastures and alpine meadows. The Corones circular trail begins at the summit of Plan de Corones and offers plenty of opportunities for refreshment. At the foot of Plan de Corones you will find the biggest Nordic walking park in Europe, stretching from Falzes through Brunico and Valdaora as far as Rasun. Here you can discover around 220 km of Nordic walking paths of all levels of difficulty.
Get close to nature in the Tures and Aurina valleys
The untouched Tures and Aurina valleys, with several three thousand metre peaks, are very close to our farm. Both offer all sorts of opportunities, from simple walking routes to glacier tours, with many tracks passing by roaring waterfalls, such as those in Riva, or impressive natural lakes. If you enjoy walking in comfort but still want to reach the heights, you can use the mountain railways to ascend Speikboden or Klausberg. Once there, you can follow maintained circular routes that are accessible to all. One thing you really must do is pop into an alpine hut and try some delicious South Tyrolean specialities.