Opening hours

CLOSED! 

Winter
21 December 2018 - 6 January 2019
and from then on Friday till Sunday

Summer
18 April 2019 – 3 November 2019

No closing day!

Hike through the snow

Winter hiking is a very special experience.

The Schlern-Rosengarten Nature Park offers lots of possibilities to all passionate hikers. Even in winter, the beauty of this area invites you to explore it in search of breathtaking views. Get seduced by the charm of the snow and the whiteness of winter landscapes. Specifically for you, we have selected some of the best excursions to be taken on during the winter season. Choose the one most suitable to your needs.

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Völser Lake-Tuff Alm-Hofer Alpl

Hiking time: 1h 25m

This is a leisurely family hike with an altitude difference of 417 metres.

Tip: in winter, when the Völser Lake pond is frozen, you can enjoy ice skating

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Ums-Hofer Alpl (hiking trail No. 3)

Hiking time: 1h 15m

This hiking route is also called “La Direttissima” – which means “the direct route”, because it is the shortest route to Hofer Alpl. The altitude difference is 377 metres.

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Ums-Hofer Alpl (hiking trail No. 8)

Hiking time: 1h 50m

This hiking trail leads via the forest road up to Hofer Alpl.
The altitude difference is 501 metres.

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Siusi-Völser Lake-Tuff Alm-Hofer Alpl

Hiking time: 3h 50m

This hiking trail leads past Völser Weiher via Tuffalm up to our Alpl. The altitude difference is 1,113 metres.

Trails No. 6, 7, 2, 1

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Tiers-Völsegg-Schönblick-Hofer Alpl

Hiking time: 3h

This hiking trail runs along the “Hammerwand”. Here you cover an altitude difference of 963 metres.

Hiking trails No. 4, 6B, 6, 7, and 3

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Sledding

Fun for the whole family!

The forest trail from the parking area to Hofer Alpl is ideally suited for sledding and tobogganing in the winter. After a sporty ascent and refreshments at Hofer Alpl, there is a nearly 5 kilometre long descent with the sled back to the starting point. The unique mountain panorama of Schlern-Rosengarten Nature Park will accompany you during your sledding descent through snow-covered forests and meadows.

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Snowshoeing

This is an experience which you will remember for a long time.

What is more beautiful than hiking through the largest high-alpine plateau in Europe – Schlern-Seiser Alm – with snowshoes on your feet in the winter? 

Thanks to snowshoes you can also dare to walk in deep snow without sinking in and having to dig your feet up again. As a result you can effortlessly reach special places and landscapes in the middle of natural surroundings which you would never discover on normal trails, accompanied by the silence of winter and the crunching of fresh snow under the snowshoes. Try it!