in Campo Tures
We’ve been waiting a long time to share this moment with you: Many of our lodging facilities are opening their doors beginning on 25th May. They’re looking forward to welcoming you with true South Tyrolean hospitality. Our restaurants, bars and huts will once again indulge you with Alpine-Mediterranean specialties, and a delicious refreshments. Public transport is operating again at the usual driving times (school buses and nightliners excluded) and the tourist offices are open again. Our cable cars will again carry you up to the most beautiful peaks: Speikboden is opening on 06th June and Klausberg on 13th June. Our colorful weekly program starts on 3th June.
And you’ll once again find plenty of space in the great outdoors. Your own personal space, which allows you to take a deep breath and enjoy newly gained freedom.
We’re heading towards a new normal, finding strength in our unity and employing measures necessary to ensure safety. Some things are different; many things might be new.
But we’re still the same – and look really forward to welcoming you.
In an open area and with an open heart, Campo Tures-Sand in Taufers receives its visitors at the entrance to the valley but then suddenly withdraws behind Tures-Taufers Castle. Massive, like a giant block of stone with several towers, it stands there, the medieval fortress, just as if it wants to prevent travelers from continuing on further into the Valle Aurina-Ahrntal, encouraging them to pause for a moment. And then, between the village of Gais and the main center of Campo Tures, landscape images open up that could hardly be more exciting. Right in the midst of the Vedrette di Ries-Aurina/Rieserferner-Ahrn Nature Park, where mountains try to vie with each other for height, visitors are fascinated by steep slopes, dense forests, lonely peaks, and wild waters. Mountain lakes, streams, the wild Aurino-Ahr River, and roaring waterfalls – the water of the valley bears the power of the mountains.
Where nature has prepared so much to discover, people will actively do so. Sliding the feet into the hiking boots or pushing the pedals, cutting a curve with the skis, stomping thick covers of snow down flat or looking for a foothold in a narrow crack in the rock – in Campo Tures, there is always plenty to do. Anyone who feels like heading upward can scale one or another of the more than 80 three thousand meter (ten thousand foot) peaks, which surround the valley like the points on a crown. Here, where extreme mountain climber Hans Kammerlander makes his home, the crosses on top of the summits are a challenging destination for an excursion, competing for attention with archetypal mountain refuges and crystal-clear Alpine lakes. In the winter, too. Because anyone who wishes to experience the quiet side of wintertime, beyond the hectic action on the ski runs of the Speikboden ski area, can do so on a snowshoe hike or a ski tour.
Your discount card in Camp Tures/ Sand in Taufers e Valle Aurina/ Ahrntal!