Hiking in the Dolomites, South Tyrol
Deep blue sky, pleasant warmth, snow-swept mountain peaks. The magical play of mountain colors impresses again and again every year. The hiking trails lead past cozy huts up to the summit crosses. The crystal-clear air enables wonderful views of valley landscapes and mountain ranges. It is not for nothing that the Dolomites were declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site. You will experience a breathtaking nature experience, with a colorful fauna and flora and enjoy a sky as blue as it is second to none! Fantastically located in the Eggental valley, in the middle of the hiking trail network, sheltered in the lap of the Latemar, the Hotel Diana is the ideal starting point for enjoyable alpine hiking in the Dolomites. 530 km of trails over hill and dale are waiting to be discovered and climbed by you. From easy walks to difficult summit ascents, you will definitely find a suitable tour here! In order to use as many different starting points as possible for your hiking trip, the public bus is used for you. It leaves directly from the hotel and sometimes takes you on a day off for the Haxn to all desired destinations within the Rosengarten-Latemar area and across South Tyrol. Trecking Südtirol tour planner
Dolomites – climbing in the footsteps of the pioneers
In contrast to the brittle Latemar, the rose garden is an excellent climbing rock.
- Many tours of all levels of difficulty heat up mountain fever. This particularly chronic illness has already affected many. Whenever you touch the pale dolomite rocks, it runs through you and it pulls you into the vertical. So beware of contagion. The vajolet towers and the red wall, which is second to none, are world famous in the rose garden. Much more information about climbing can be found at hiking.suedtirol.com/climbing/ www.kletterland.com Mountain guide Hansjörg Welscher