Hiking in Maranza
Breathtaking panoramic views, lasting memories
Wide mountain pastures, steep rock walls and panoramic mountain tops – that is how you could describe South Tyrol’s mountains in just a few words. You don’t need to know much more about hiking in Maranza, because everyone who has ever been on a summit cross and had the chance to watch the wonderful landscapes around him, knows how fascinating it is.
We still want to give you some details about hiking in Maranza: there are just under 30 alpine pastures in the area Gitschberg-Jochtal, interesting themed paths for small and big discoverers, the possibility to hike in the high level Alps as much as the chance to go on a walk with the entire family, even with stroller.
To make hiking in Maranza even more pleasant, we give you the AlmencardPLUS, valid for the duration of your stay between May 01st and November 30th. This card gives you unlimited access to the ropeways and cable cars of the region, free participation to the exciting entertainment programs and discounts with many partners.
Erna’s tip for hiking in Maranza
- Round walk in the Altafossa valley (Maranza): wonderful hiking tours in idyllic surroundings, ideal for families, accessible also with strollers.
- Hike to the Moseralm and the small Gitsch (2.262 m – Maranza): demanding tour with fantastic panoramic views over the Isarco valley and the Dolomites.
- Hike to the large Seefeld lake (Maranza): hike of intermediate difficulty up to 2.270 m above sea level, reaching a wonderful lake; accessible via the Altafossa valley or the Gitschberg.
- Malga Fanes (Valles): probably the most beautiful alpine village in South Tyrol, located in the middle of nature and starting point for numerous demanding tours; ideal for families, accessible also by shuttle bus.
- Picco della croce (Valles): from the Malga Fanes to the main summit of the Fundres mountains (3.130 m). Demanding tour, which offers a unique panoramic view over various mountain tops and the lago selvaggio.