at Valle Aurina
The Valle Aurina-Ahrntal is famous for its fascinating mountain landscape. The glacier-covered peaks of the main ridge of the Alps that rise up behind the valley form a backdrop which lends a very particular tone to any outdoor activity.
Winter hiking trails are for the most part located in the valley, and thus there is no need for a long drive to arrive. As a rule, warm winter clothing and a good pair of shoes are all that is needed to manage a hike in the valley. In order to be informed about the condition of the winter hiking trails, it is best to contact the local tourist office. Anyone who would like to get higher up in order to be able to observe the valley from above has to put on the appropriate equipment depending upon the snow situation and take into consideration the weather reports and avalanche forecasts.
|Winter hiking trail from Cadipietra-Steinhaus to San Giovanni-St. Johann||7606 m||98 m||easy||Valle Aurina-Ahrntal|
|Winter hiking trail in the Neumannwaldile wood||4334 m||380 m||easy||Valle Aurina-Ahrntal|
|Winter hiking trail to the Felderhof||3679 m||171 m||easy||Valle Aurina-Ahrntal|
|Winter hiking trail to the Maurberghöfe||9305 m||530 m||medium||Valle Aurina-Ahrntal|
|Winter hiking trail to the Koflhöfe||3681 m||171 m||easy||Valle Aurina-Ahrntal|
|Winter hiking trail to the Stegeralm hut||7717 m||536 m||medium||Valle Aurina-Ahrntal|
|Winter hiking trail to the Locherhof||6995 m||509 m||medium||Valle Aurina-Ahrntal|
|Winter hiking trail at the end of the valley in Casere-Kasern||5008 m||98 m||easy||Valle Aurina-Ahrntal|