Hiking holiday in the Isarco Valley: mountain trails in the heart of South Tyrol
The South Tyrolean Isarco Valley is one of the most beautiful cycling regions of South Tyrol. Routes of all difficulty levels attract hikers from all parts of Europe. The hotel Schoberhof lies halfway between the town of Brixen and the Alpine town of Klausen and for its central location it’s a perfect starting point for excursions through the mountains. With the Villanderer Alm at Meransen, the Brixen house mountain Plose and the nearby Dolomites there are fantastic hiking areas in the vicinity of the operation. Walking areas are crossed by nature trails and theme trails that have wait for you with a lot of information about the flora and fauna and the geology of the Alpine region besides the enjoyment of nature draw.
Family walking paths in front of a high alpine scenery
The hiking region on the Plose is known for its family-friendly trails that offer a plenty of variety for the kids. At the mountain station Kreuztal the kid-friendly hiking trail “Woody Walk” starts. Directly at the mountain station with the mountain playground the first highlight waits for the children. Fluctuating suspension bridges, climbing frames and multi-colored playground equipment conjure children durin a hiking holiday in the Isarco Valley. The easy-to-go road is lined with numerous stations as a Kneipp pool, a forest telephone and climbing trees. After an hour of walking you reach the Rossalm where you can rest.
Popular excursion destination in the Isarco Valley
Schoberhof is located in the South Tyrolean village Feldthurns. In the 16th century the bishops of Brixen could build a magnificent summer residence in the village, which is one of the most popular hiking destinations in the region. A delightful walk takes you over the Keschtnweg to Brixen. The episcopal city is located about six kilometers from the Schoberhof. Clear and clean mountain air you breathe on the Brixener Trail, which runs in large parts above the tree line. A hike in the Alpine town of Klausen takes you into the world of the Middle Ages. Narrow winding streets run through the historic center and high above the city, where the Sabiona Monastery lies on a ledge.