Adventures & Outings

South Tyrol offers many possibilities of different types of sport, fun and outings. To mention but a few ...
rockclimbing, paragliding, mountainbike tours and even rafting are available for those that enjoy loads of action.

And only a two minute walk away are our local tennis courts. Here you can enjoy a meal and drinks after a hard game of tennis. There are also covered courts in the Lanarena which is only a five minute journey away by car.

  • Rafting in Lana bei Meran / Südtirol
  • Tandemfliegen und Paragliden in Lana, Pension u. Hotel Valtnaungut
  • Mountainbiken in Lana, Pension u. Hotel Valtnaungut, Unterkunft

An unforgettable adventure in South Tyrol.

For those who enjoy golf, we have a lovely big nine-hole golf-course in the nearby suburb of Lana.


Another attraction is the Hochseilgarten in Terlan. Just a ten minute drive will bring you to one of the most impressive climbparcours high up in the treetops. A definite challenge to both young and old!


Also much-loved by the guest visiting us, are the many hiking tours in the area. For those who wish to go for a short hike, this is possible right on our doorstep. After a short climb from our property you will reach the idyllic even wanderroute at a height of 450m. This runs along fruittrees and grapevines and allows a 360° view over the whole Etschvalley. Along the 13km long wanderroute are many typical Buschenschänken and guesthouses where one may stop and tank up on appetisers of many sorts.

Nearby are also the well-known "Algunder" wanderroute and the "Tappeiner Promenade".


And for the hikers that are drawn by the exhilarating heights, the nearby mountain cableway "Vigiljoch" will bring you to the most breathtakingly artistic hiking trails with beautiful views all the way over the Dolomites, a smaller mountain lake and other day tours at a height of 1800m.


Another must for all guests is a drive into the oldest valley of South Tyrol, Utlental. Here the times appear to have remained still. A wonderful way to spend a day is taking a hike from one of the oldest Bauernhöfen to the next. Take a moment to admire the old Schindeldächern, flowering alm plateaus with flowing streams and listen to the cowbells as they ring over ancient churchtowers and forests. One of the highlights of this roundroute are the famous Urlerchen, the oldest trees of Europe.


Impressive mountain peaks, unforgettable peak crosses and breathtaking views from a height of up to 3500m for those that are experienced, anspruchsvollen mountainclimbers.