Sports

In summer

Located on the cycle path between Innsbruck and Bozen
Coming from Munich or Innsbruck over the Brenner pass, the cycle path starts with a short detour to our shady resting place. From there, you can continue through the Pustertal valley to Lienz and Marburg in Slovenia, or by Brixen and Bozen down to Verona. The 600 kilometres of biking in the valley unveils the diverse landscape of South Tyrol.
> Cycle paths in South Tyrol: www.sentres.com
> www.eisackbike.info

Hiking holidays in the Dolomites
Our hotel is the ideal point of departure for hikes of all degrees of difficulty in the Wipptal, Pustertal and Eisacktal valley. A never-ending network of tracks, with treats of spectacular and panoramic views, not to mention unforgettable nature experiences, is waiting to be trekked by you. Plan and start your adventure of a lifetime holiday in South Tyrol – a vacation paradise for hikes in the Alps!
> Trekking trails in South Tyrol: www.sentres.com

Riding club of the Eisacktal valley
The Riding school of Brixen offers professional riding lessons in Franzensfeste/Mittewald for beginners and advanced learners with nationally certified riding instructors.

Also included are year-round therapeutic riding, guided excursions, riding lessons, a free-for-all riding place, contests, assistance and riding for

 

children. Please arrange riding lessons on your own/independently. Riding teacher Kurt Überegger, will be glad to give you more information :-

Tel. +39 335 691 21 10. Eisacktaler Reitclub, St. Martinstrasse, I-39025 Mittewald.

Rafting, Canyoning and High-ropes course
From May to October, the Rafting Club offers a variety of adventures that start or end right next to our hotel. Experience our wild waters first-hand, and have a look at our homepage: www.rafting-club-activ.com!

In Winter

Winter holidays in South Tyrol – Skiing on the Dolomites
The skiing areas of the Eisacktal, Pustertal and Wipptal valleys are only 20 to 40 minutes  from our hotel. 
The fun starts at the slopes, with either cross-country skiing across 100km of the most spectacular high-altitude ski-trails in Europe. Or if you prefer more of a challenge, why not go hiking in the snowy Dolomites mountain range or race down it by rapid sledding runs.
Last but not least, after your eventful day, there are crispy pizzas and freshly tapped beer (from our very own brewery), just waiting for you...

Winter sports areas in South Tyrol: www.sentres.com

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