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The skiing and mountain pasture region of Rio Pusteria

Rio Pusteria boasts over 30 idyllic mountain pastures and traditional huts. This intersection between the Valle Isarco and Val Pusteria valleys is the ideal destination for families, laid-back travellers as well as active holiday-goers. Nestled right behind the Brennero Pass and just a short car drive from the Bressanone motorway exit, tourists will find a diverse oasis inspiring peace and calm – the perfect environment to find ones’ roots. Summer is the right moment to walk off the beaten path and explore the most beautiful mountain pastures in South Tyrol, the traditional milk festival, go on adventurous hikes on farm and “honey” trails, make the most of a variety of mountain bike tours, go to a family-friendly themed park, try paragliding, and much, much more. What better way to explore the mountain pastures than leaving the car behind and rising into the sky thanks to the “Almencard”? With the pass you can use the mountain lift facilities and access the over 90 museums at no extra price. The colder months are ideal for winter hikes, sleigh rides, cross-country skiing, and the right time to rush down 51 perfectly groomed slopes for skiers and snowboarders.


Themes and research topics

  • A perfect family retreat: family-friendly themed parks across all Rio Pusteria
  • South Tyrol’s most beautiful mountain pasture: walk on the “Milchweg” (the dairy path) on a pleasant family stroll to the Fanealm, the mountain pasture village boasting hours of screen-time which has probably even graced your TVs at least once 
  • Over 800 years old: the Ywein frescoes in Rodengo Castle are the oldest profane frescoes in the German-speaking area
  • The Big Five: five select mountain excursions which will have you rushing to take unique photo opportunities
  • Meet quirky and unique South Tyrolean figures: a chivalrous gentleman on skis; Johann Mantinger, South Tyrol’s fastest speck slicer; the milliner of the traditional Pfunder hat; Konrad Unterkircher, folk dancer extraordinaire
  • A goat farm with a twist: the Untereggerhof’s natural whey cosmetics
  • On your marks, get set, go! Revel in the active “Mountain Days” weeks in summer and the “Alpine Tales” in autumn – and dawn hikes, winter camping activities, and much, much more
  • South Tyrol and its golden autumn: huts and mountain lift facilities are open until well after All Saint’s Day (1 November) – the perfect way to stretch out the autumn season