Summer: Hiking & Biking
Summer: Hiking & Biking
Summer: Hiking & Biking
Summer: Hiking & Biking
Summer: Hiking & Biking
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Holidays at our sports hotel in South Tyrol

If you love exploring the great outdoors, then we strongly recommend you to spend your summer holidays in our sports hotel in South Tyrol. The surroundings offer something for everyone, whether you are looking to venture out by foot or by bike. We are a member of the “hiking hotels – best alpine” which is why we offer you a variety of hiking tips for your ultimate hiking holiday in South Tyrol. We also invite you to participate in our guided hikes offered several times per week.

Hiking in South Tyrol: by foot across the region

Did you know that hiking improves your overall fitness including circulation and general wellbeing? The greatest side-effects of an active holiday in South Tyrol, however, is the feeling of great joy when facing the spectacular views of the fascinating mountains. The surroundings of our sports hotel offer hikes ranging from easy to intermediate to challenging. Take your pick: a high-mountain trek, a stroll to an alpine cottage or a walk through the woods? If you need help planning your hike, we are here for you.

Hiking tour to Mt. Sasso di Mareta/Mareiter Stein

The hike to Mt. Sasso di Mareta/Mareiter Stein situated at 2,192 metres is one of the more challenging ones, but certainly worth the trouble. Starting point is Pratone/Pardaun, a village located at about seven kilometres distance from our sports hotel. Start your hike at Platzhof and follow the steep trail number 25. After about three to four hours you reach the summit cross where you are rewarded with fantastic panoramic views. For the way back choose between the same route or trail number 14 leading to Racines valley station. The trail leads you back to Pratone/Pardaun and our sports hotel in South Tyrol.

Cycling in Ridanna: on two wheels across the valley

Do you love to explore the region on two wheels while taking in the spectacular sights? Then our sports hotel in Ridanna Valley is the place for you. The road leading across the valley is ideal for a leisurely bike tour. Families family hotel in South Tyrol are especially invited to explore the region by bicycle. If you prefer a longer tour, follow the bicycle trail from Vipiteno/Sterzing to Bressanone/Brixen or even to Val Pusteria/Pustertal or Bolzano/Bozen.

If you are looking for a greater challenge, hop on your mountain bike and head out for some real adventure. At our sports hotel we offer free mountain bike hire. Simply get in touch; we are waiting for you at the front desk of our hotel in Ridanna!

Tour to Aglsbodenalm in Ridanna

This MTB tour starts in Masseria/Maiern, about four to five kilometres from our sports hotel in South Tyrol. Cross the river and follow the forest road towards Aglsbodenalm. Once you have arrived at the alpine cottage, treat yourself to a little break at the fish pond, before heading back to our sports hotel in South Tyrol. Freeriders and all those looking for a kick can cruise down to the valley following the adrenaline-thriving bike trails in the forest. The entire tour takes about one and a half hours

Offers at Gassenhof

The best offers for your experience holiday in Ridanna

Are you looking to collect lots of unforgettable experiences during your holiday in South Tyrol? While enjoying a care-free sojourn? Take a look at our offers and make your pick!

News from Gassenhof

What’s new?

There is always something going on in and around Gassenhof. Find out here what’s new in our experience hotel in the Ridanna Valley and get up-to-date info on hot events, popular sights and must-see destinations in South Tyrol.

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