If you're looking for a change from skiing, or are an avid sledger you'll find several attractive options here. The 6.5km long sledging piste from the Ladurno mountain station ends right at the hotel and is one of the most lovely in South Tyrol. If you prefer to warm up before sledging by taking a healthy walk, then the Allriss-Fleres sledging piste is the right one for you, with its 1 hour walk up, and 3.5 km ride back down into the valley. This can also be done at night. If that still isn't enough, then walk with your sled the 2 hours up to the start of the Zirog – Brennero sledging run where you'll find 6.5km of sledging fun before of you, and the chance of stopping by at the Zirogeralm.
The Val Fleres is considered to be one of South Tyrol's most beautiful scenic valleys; it forks off from the Alta Valle Isarco and runs for some 16km into the Stubai Alps. Our hotel is situated right in the middle of the mountains and is directly connected...Continue
From our hotel you can head straight from the breakfast table up to the mountains, and after your last run of the day return directly from the piste into the ski cellar! Ski and boot rental is right next to the hotel by the Ladurno cable car valley station...Continue
Our hotel is situated right in the middle of the Val Fleres hiking area, and has direct access to the valley station of the Ladurno cable cars. Winter hikers particularly love the tranquillity of the natural experience they find here...Continue
If you're looking for a change from skiing, or are an avid sledger you'll find several attractive options here. The 6.5km long sledging piste from the Ladurno mountain station ends right at the hotel and is one of the most lovely in South Tyrol...Continue
For experienced Nordic skiers or beginners, our area covers all levels of difficulty and distance. The Silbertal (silver valley) Nordic ski trail from Ladurno (1150 – 1250 m) doesn't only have a promising name, but is just right to warm up. It is 9 km long...Continue
Hiking with “over sized winter shoes“ has become increasingly popular in South Tyrol in the last few years. No wonder: you can go off-piste to enjoy nature and are not tied to cleared tracks or need the necessary ski technique to reach a peak...Continue
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