The simple pleasures in nature…
Alpine holiday apartments: Experience winter beyond the pistes
Enjoy winter in comfort: in the Pustertal valley, the winter landscape can be explored in many ways, not just on skis. A walk through the snow-covered countryside, a hike over the alpine pastures on snow shoes or a ski tour with wonderful views: there are so many ways to experience winter around our farm and apartments.
Winter walks with panoramic views
There are many winter walking trails around Brunico and in the Valle Aurina valley that will take you through picturesque snowy landscapes. You can follow cleared, level paths through the valley and around the apartments, or if you prefer the alpine pastures there is an easy walk from Tesido up to the Taistner Alm (2,012 m), where you can enjoy a wonderful view over the Dolomites and home-made South Tyrolean specialities. Another walk that would suit children in particular is a trip to the Pertinger Alm, an alpine hut above Terento, which is around an hour’s walk away.
Explore the world on snow shoes
If you prefer your winter walks to be a bit more strenuous then put on some snowshoes and tramp across untouched snowy slopes! A wonderful three-and-a-half hour snowshoe hike leads up above Selva dei Molini in the Tures and Aurina valleys, through deeply snow covered woods past the giogo Val dei Covoni and the Bacheralm, Roaner and the Forer Alm pastures up to the Wurmtaler Spitze summit (2,348 m). Your reward for all that effort is a spectacular view!
The Pustertal valley – a ski tour paradise
If you love ski tours, then you will find that the Pustertal valley is as close as it gets to paradise. You can choose gentle slopes or steep descents – there are ski tours of all levels of difficulty around Plan de Corones and in the Valle Aurina valley. The tours have one thing in common: they offer perfect views over the Dolomites or the Alpine ridges. If you are an experienced skier, we recommend a particularly scenic tour from Casere in the Valle Aurina valley via the Rötalm alpine pasture to the Cucchiaio piccolo summit (12.4 km, around six hours, 1,450 m ascent).
Mountain biking: Saddle up!
Our young farmer Andreas is a qualified cycling guide. He can take you on guided rides and show you the best trails in the Pustertal valley; he also provides top-level cycle servicing directly at the farm.