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ALTO ADIGE

South Tyrol, an autonomous province in northern Italy, is renowned for its stunning Alpine landscapes, historic cities, and cultural diversity. This region offers a unique blend of Italian and Austrian heritage, reflected in its architecture, cuisine, and customs. With its picturesque vineyards, impressive mountain peaks, and charming villages, South Tyrol is an ideal destination for both nature lovers and cultural enthusiasts.

The 2,218-meter-high Sella Pass in Val Gardena is located right between the Sella Group and the Langkofel Group.

The Gardens of Trauttmansdorff Castle in Merano

Völser Weiher


A WORTHWHILE DESTINATION IN EVERY SEASON

SPRING

During a spring stay in South Tyrol, you'll experience a fascinating fauna and flora, from golden eagles to marmots and chamois. The landscape is characterized by edelweiss, alpine roses, and gentians. Especially in May and June, you can embark on wonderful hikes directly from Gasserhof, for example, to Drei Kirchen or the Barbian Waterfalls.

From Gasserhof, stroll through picturesque views and green landscapes, crossing the famous suspension bridge, and you'll reach the village of Barbian in just 10 minutes. There, you'll first notice the remarkably leaning church tower, an example of Romanesque architecture.

Traditionelle Köstlichkeiten wie Spinat- und Käsenocken
Die Wanderung am Seceda verspricht eine atemberaubende Aussicht. Tauchen Sie ein in eine beeindruckende Landschaft.

SUMMER

Barbian is not only an excellent starting point for extensive hiking tours to destinations such as the Seiser Alm, the Val Gardena, and the Villanderer Alm, but it is also ideal for excursions to Lake Caldaro, located 30 km away, which serves as a fantastic swimming lake in the summer. Moreover, Merano and Lake Garda are easily accessible for a worthwhile day trip.

Seceda

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AUTUMN

In this season, the landscape of South Tyrol shines in a golden glow. The vineyards and forests take on autumnal colors, and there is ample space to enjoy the warming rays of the sun.

At Gasserhof, the apple harvest begins from late September to early October, featuring varieties such as Golden Delicious, Kanzi, Sweetango, Envy, Cosmic Crisp, and Stark Delicious, available for guests for self-service. Simultaneously, chestnuts are collected around the clock. This time of year also marks the season of the famous Törggele evenings in South Tyrol, where traditionally a platter with dumplings, sauerkraut, South Tyrolean bacon, cheese, flatbread, and chestnuts is served.

WINTER

From Gasserhof, you can reach the Val Gardena, the Seiser Alm, and the Rittner Horn ski resort in just a few minutes by car. The latter offers an impressive 2.5 km long toboggan run through the snowy winter landscape.

Thanks to the central location of Gasserhof, you have access to various ski areas.

The Seiser Alm with the fascinating SELLARONDA is among the most beautiful ski resorts globally, offering a unique experience in terms of panorama, nature, and culinary delights. The Rittner Horn ski resort also impresses with a magnificent view. While it may not be one of the largest ski resorts in South Tyrol, Rittner Horn is among the most beautiful, providing a variety of activities for both professionals and beginners.

Die Seiser Alm im Winter ist ein Paradies für Skiliebhaber und bietet gleichzeitig wunderbare Möglichkeiten für Spaziergänge

Seiser Alm

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