Ski and holiday area Gitschberg Jochtal: hiking holiday at Maranza/South Tyrol
The ski and holiday area Gitschberg Jochtal is almost an untouched natural paradise with a ramified network of walk and alpine paths. This South Tyrolean alpine region is dominated by the 2.510 metres high Monte Cuzzo. 30 alpine inns, historical and romantic farms turn this region in an Eldorado for excursionists and nature lovers. During your hiking holiday in Maranza/South Tyrol along diversified thematic and didactic paths you will learn a lot of interesting details about the flora and fauna of the alpine area. Along the Bienenweg in Maranza, the Elfenweg in Vandoies and the Pfunderer Höfeweg you will have an overlook of the activities and the nature of this alpine region.
High alpine experiences during the hiking holiday at Maranza/South Tyrol
The hiking region of the ski and holiday area Gitschberg Jochtal will welcome you with many high alpine paths, where you have to be bit and walk safely. The excursion to the lakes of Seefeld lasts almost four hours and covers a difference in altitude of around 950 metres, passing along the big, the medium and the small lake of Seefeld. Directly from the Felderhof you can walk to the wild romantic Fane Alp and to the Bressanone alpine inn. The trip leads you along the meadows full with flowers and the steep rocky forms. During your hiking holiday in Maranza/South Tyrol do not miss a visit to the panorama terrace of Monte Cuzzo. By good weather you can enjoy a brathtaking panorama view over the Dolomites and till the Zillertal and the Ötztaler Alps.
Family and alpine path in Maranza
In the hiking area of the ski and holiday area Gitschberg Jochtal families with children can enjoy a great variety of easy family paths that have mostly a ground-level and so can be walked also by our youngests guests. Along the paths ancient alpine inns invite to have a rest and to enjoy the South Tyrolean cooking. Among the most preferred tracks there is the Altfasstal Rundweg. This romantic Altafossa valley is only around five kilometres from the Felderhof and the starting point for the excursion is the parking place in the town. Other interesting paths are the Blütenwanderung, the Bergl Rundweg and the Möserweg. The Rodengo Alp represents a high alpine hiking area with untouched natural landscapes only 22 kilometres far away from the Felderhof.