Do you like to get as close to the sky as possible, on alms and peaks? Or would you rather stay in the picturesque valley with its rustic, typical farmhouses?
No problem - with 140 peaks, there is no lack of places to choose from. In the valley, you can take easy, sedate walks and there is the Sarner Talrundweg that leads around the valley. At higher altitudes, well-marked paths lead to mountain refuges and former alms, such as the Stoanernen Mandlen or Stone Man, the Sarner Scharte, the Hirzer or Cima Cervina, the Weißhorn, also called the Corno Bianco or the Jakobsspitze, aka Cima San Giacomo. We certainly recommend the Reinswald hiking area.
The “Urlesteig” nature path, with its six different parts, invites you on a fascinating voyage among animals and plants and through the culture and history of the Sarentino valley. No matter if you are water rats, climbing nuts or thirsting for wisdom: this is a new adventure for the whole family!
The “Urlesteig” path is named for the „Urlelacken“, two tiny lakes near Reinswald. It is divided into six parts, which can be done as individual shorter walks or as a day outing.
You love the peace and quiet of nature, but you still want to do sports?
The Sarentino valley is the ideal place to go mountain biking. Countless paths lead through the valley to lovely farms,alms and mountain huts. In the Sarentino valley, you can choose among easy routes and harder ones up to 1,500 m that every year attract regular guests and new enthusiasts as well. Enjoy our free bike stand at the hotel; small repair jobs are also possible. For real bike fans, there is a professional bike store around the corner. Mike’s Bike Garage stands for quality, competence and fun on two wheels. So nothing can get in the way of your biking holiday.
Secret tip: Mike's Bike Park