Enjoy your summervacation in Siusi allo Sciliar
During your summer holidays in Siusi allo Sciliar, you will also have the opportunity to embark on long hikes on the Alpe di Siusi and to experience nature up close. Regardless of whether you wish to take a leisurely stroll starting directly from our farm or a challenging mountain tour, there are many trails waiting for you during a summer holiday in South Tyrol.
If you love nature and like to go hiking where you don’t need your car, then you are in the right place on a holiday at the farm Miesnerhof. There are many hiking trails that start directly from our farm. From easy hikes with children to demanding tours, forest trails or summit hikes, everything is at your doorstep.
You may reach our Lodge Saltnerhütte, for example, via the Geologist Trail or the alpine hut Schlernbödelehütte. It is located directly on the tourist trail to Mount Sciliar, in the heart of the nature park Sciliar-Catinaccio.
You may discover different destinations via several forest paths, such as the Hauenstein Ruin, the Salegg Ruin or the Lake of Fiè. Of course, these hikes are suitable also for children.
For those who love challenges and are very fit, the climbing trail “Gamssteig” is a good choice. You may reach it from the alpine hut Schlernbödelehütte, and it leads you to Mount Sciliar. Of course we are always available for information. During the summer holidays on the Alpe di Siusi, you can do so much more than just hiking – there are many other options available for you to be active in the midst of nature.
Around the holiday region Alpe di Siusi, joggers or Nordic walkers may take advantage of the many circular trails of the Running Park Alpe di Siusi, set in breath-taking mountain scenery.
The Alpe di Siusi also offers you a total of 1000 kilometres of bicycle paths! Rent a bike and take an amazing and unforgettable tour, accompanied by striking mountain views. For example, the Castelrotto Panorama Tour (from the valley station Marinzenlift and back 25 km) or several other trails on the Alpe di Siusi.
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Put your climbing skills to the testin the climbing garden on Mount Sciliar…
…in the climbing garden in Val Gardena or in the boulder hall at the Sports Center in Telfen. You will also find many boulder blocks around the Hauenstein Ruins. There is a variety of alpine climbing tours awaiting you in the Dolomites. We recommend that you only embark on your alpine adventure with an experienced mountain guide.
Would you like to explore the Alpe di Siusi from a bird’s eye view? Then, you should try paragliding.
Golfers will also get their money’s worth in our unique mountain landscape. The 18-hole golf course in Siusi allo Sciliar invites every golfer to an exciting game in the heart of the Dolomites.
In the evening, you have the opportunity to enjoy a jovial barbecue here with us at the farm Miesnerhof where you may indulge in food and drink talk about the day’s adventures.
The villages in the Sciliar area are embedded in the rural cultural landscape and the centre of lived tradition and their proud people. This is particularly noticeable in summer, as traditional costumes are presented at church days and traditional celebrations.
Many attractionsculture in South Tyrol
Thus, use your summer vacation to get to know the tradition, arts, and culture in South Tyrol. Many sights make it clear that culture plays a very large role in our country and our life.
A special attraction is the Castle of Presule in the municipality of Fiè allo Sciliar, where regular tours and other events take place that bring you closer to the history of the castle. The Hauenstein Ruins and the Castel Trostburg are also worth a visit.
You may experience even more culture in the many different museums in South Tyrol or in the Sciliar area, such as the Farmers’ Museum in St. Oswald, the Traditional Costumes Museum in Castelrotto or the Archaeology Museum in Bolzano.
Visit the Touriseum in Merano, which is located in the unique gardens of Castle Trauttmansdorff. Plants from all over the world bloom here on an area of 12 hectares and in 80 different garden landscapes.
Here in South Tyrol there is something for every taste.