Paradise in the south alpine valley
Hiking surrounded by beautiful impressive mountain scenery
The real charm of the Val Gardena is the beautiful nature. If you wander through the forest you will come across pine, larch and spruce trees. Above the altitude of 1800m, Swiss stone pine characterise the landscape, but you can also find a species-rich animal world.
Squirrels, roe deer, finches, swallows, goldfinches and robins are just a tiny example of the amount of flora and fauna in the area. At higher altitude and with a bit of luck you will be able to admire the mountain goat and the golden eagle.
Summer holidays in the Dolomites. Idyllic!
Are you a fan of hiking? Then our Garni Crepaz house is the ideal departure point for relaxed walks and unforgettable hikes in the unique mountain world of the Dolomites.
The Naturonda is very popular with families. It’s an easy walking route that starts at the Sella Pass and goes through the “City of Rocks”.
Val Gardena Active – Walking in Selva – South Tyrolean Dolomites
These majestic mountains offer plenty of opportunities to explore, with hiking paths, via ferratas and tours to the mountain peaks. With the Val Gardena Active programme there is a wide range of leisure activities such as guided hikes, Nordic walking, yoga, a children’s programme and much more.
This programme gives you the opportunity to discover the unique nature of the Dolomites, meet new people and try new sports without having to worry about anything.
High-level hiking, a unique experience
The Ladin mountains
A long hiking trail where you reach an altitude of 3000 m. You go through a rocky terrain partially secured with cables.The Ladin mountains
Through the Sassolungo
This trail is mostly downhill, but still spectacular. You can marvel at the beautiful peaks of Sassolungo.Through the Sassolungo
Sella Pass – Sassolungo
An ideal hiking route for hikers, it is flat with downhill sections. You will enjoy the pink dolomite stone on your way.Sella Pass – Sassolungo