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Summer Summer holidays in Val Pusteria
Terento is situated right at the entrance of the Val Pusteria. Here, you will find our family-friendly Nature Hotel Edelweiss. Our town is also known as the sun village! Due to the fact that during summer time, you can enjoy the sun from 4 am to 8 pm every day. The reason why we are so blessed by the sun is that the village is situated on a sunny highland plateau 1.210 m above sea level. Hence, our Nature Hotel Edelweiss is the ideal place to enjoy a spectacular summer holiday in Val Pusteria.
Active vacation – Hiking, biking and swimming in Val Pusteria
Your holiday home is the perfect starting point for many leisure activities, offering plenty of destinations for your excursions. The nearby forest, the wide mountain pastures and alpine meadows, as well as the bizarre alpine landscape offer the ideal surrounding for fascinating hikes along mountains and alpine pastures. Bike enthusiasts can look forward to countless cycling tours and mountain bike trails. To cool down and refresh, our hotel pool, the idyllic Laghetto d’Issengo in Falzes or the adventure pool “Cron 4” in the close by village of Riscone are the perfect locations.
Other adventures in Val Pusteria?
In front of the impressive scenery of the majestic Dolomites, our guests can enjoy plenty of amazing adventures during their summer holidays in Val Pusteria. If you wish, you can discover the surroundings on horseback. Golfers will have the time of their life in the Golf Club Pusteria in Brunico. For families with kids we recommend a visit to one of the Nature Park Houses, such as the one in the Nature Park Puez-Odle. A very special treat awaits you in one of the many paragliding clubs in Val Pusteria. Beginners can enjoy a tandem flight and experience the stunning landscape from a bird’s perspective. River rafting through the wild-water rivers Isarco and Rienza guarantee unforgettable adventures for all ages. Different rafting clubs also offer tours for beginners.
Hiking Exciting hiking holidays in Val Pusteria
During a hiking holiday in Val Pusteria – with its picturesque landscapes and mountain lakes – you may discover a variety of hiking trails with different difficulty levels. For example, families with kids will love a walk to the biotope in Rasun-Anterselva. Along a wooden boardwalk, an educational trail will give you many insights about this amazing marshland. You will also come across little ponds, where with a bit of luck you can spot frogs, dragon flies and even small fish.
The Three Peaks – the ideal destination for active guests
From the Val di Landro in Dobbiaco, a beautiful trial will lead you the foot of the Three Peaks. For this beautiful trail, however, your fitness level has to be quite high. The Three Peaks are part of the UNESCO World Nature Heritage and are considered the landmark of the Dolomites. Another highlight is a hike around this amazing mountain in order to enjoy the 360° view over the breath-taking scenery. Different climbing trails in the magnificent Nature Park will make both beginners and experienced mountaineers very happy.
Adventures for experienced hikers
One part of the Fundres High Altitude Trail will offer you spectacular insights into the rough mountain landscape und the wild and pristine Fundres Valley. This hiking trail is ideal for all those hikers, who are looking for a rather challenging hiking holiday in Val Pusteria. These are just some of many diverse hiking trials available to you in Val Pusteria.
Mountain biking in the holiday region Plan de Corones
Those spending their summer vacation in our Nature Hotel Edelweiss can look forward to a vast network of bicycle paths and mountain bike trails. Mountain bikers will find trails of all difficulty levels at Plan de Corones. For example, the trail leading from S. Vigilio to the peak of Plan de Corones is considered one of the most challenging routes. But once you have reached the top, you will be rewarded with a stunning panoramic view over the Dolomites and the Sarentino Alps. Experienced riders can also circle the Plan de Corones on their mountain bike. The partly asphalted track will lead you across lush meadows, through shady woods and will surprise you with a fantastic view over the Valle di Marebbe and the Sas de Putia.
Bike & Train – A clever combination
Of course, there are many bicycle paths that are great for families with kids! For instance, the Val Pusteria Cycling Trail is almost completely levelled and asphalted. Thus, it is a favourite for many racing cyclists! The perfectly maintained route leads from Rio Pusteria via Lower and Upper Vandoies to Brunico. Those who do not want to pedal along the entire rout of 105 km, can easily take the train. The Val Pusteria train connects Fortezza via Brunico with the Alta Pusteria. Many trains have special bike compartments which can be used the whole day with your train-bike ticket. Both cyclists and mountain bikers will find the perfect trail around the Plan de Corones.