Hiking in the valley of trails
Get your walking shoes on and set off up into the mountains! Eisacktal is covered with a great number of trails which join the valley to the mountains. Whether you are expert climbers, weekend walkers or want to enjoy a family day out, each one of you is sure to find whatever trail is best suited to them.
Pension Torggler is the ideal starting point for these adventures. There are some beautiful tours around Gufidaun which start right from the front door, for example to Klausen and the spectacular walk to the breathtaking convent „Kloster Säben“. Or you walk to Teis admiring the surrounding woodlands and meadows. Here, at the entrance to Villnoss valley, you can visit the mineral museum with the famous „Teiser Kugeln“.
Natureparc Puez Geisler
The walks around the Villnösser Geisler are particularly breathtaking and the natural beauty of the Dolomites, which form part of the UNESCO world heritage list, will amaze you. Take a little stroll to one of the alpine meadows in the Naturpark Puez Geisler or a ridge walk to Peitlerkofel, this area is a gem of a place to visit. You ‚ won’t forget a trip in the funicular railway to Raschötz in St. Ulrich/Gröden (free of charge with the Klausen Card) either: In eight minutes you are transported to the middle of some of the most attractive landscapes in the world, with views of the Sella mountain range, the Marmolada, the Langkofel group and the Schlern.
On the Villanderer Alm, one of the largest pastures in South Tyrol, there is a spectacular view and numerous hiking tracks. A highpoint during your stay in the Eisack valley could be a stroll through the shady stone pine forests and mountain pine fields to the Villanderberg, the geographical centre of South Tyrol.
The Plose lies just a few kilometres away, with its sunny slopes and numerous routes for tots to teens. The children will love the „Woody Walk“, a child and buggy-friendly walk with adventure playground stations along the way.
The KlausenCard means you have a choice of walks here in the Eisack valley.
Explore some of our hidden secrets with one of our guided walks. If you prefer freedom, take the Summer hikers bus to where you want to go, it runs Mon to Fri. Don’t forget the Gilfenklamm Gorge and Waterfalls in Ratschings by Sterzing – reduced admission with the KlausenCard – from the path that has been built along the gorge you can admire the waterfalls and see how deep channels have been dug into the rock and white marble. We think you’ll be spoilt for choice on a walking holiday here in the Eisack valley.
alps & vine
KlausenCard, the advantage card for visitors, free of charge from us for you