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A hiking holiday in South Tyrol

The most stunning hikes

Spending a hiking holiday in South Tyrol is the highlight of the year for many guests. You are in exactly the right place here at the Hotel St. Veit in the Sesto/Sexten Dolomites. Surrounded by the magical peaks of the Dolomites, our hotel is the ideal starting point for leisurely hikes in the valley, high altitude trails in unique mountain settings and for challenging circular tours in the Sesto/Sexten Dolomites.

Here we would like to present you with a selection of hiking suggestions that will turn your hiking holiday in South Tyrol into a unique experience. Hike in the Val Pusteria/Pustertal and the Sesto/Sexten Dolomites – enjoying this uniquely stunning panorama in great weather and the fresh mountain air will make you really happy!  

Also use the new Mobilcard Südtirol during your hiking holiday in South Tyrol to be able to use all public transport as well as participating cable cars free of charge and unrestricted for one, three or seven days.  Simply contact us if you require more information about the prices for the Mobilcard Südtirol or about the other advantages.

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Our hiking suggestions

Three Peaks mountain hut
Starting from the Rifugio Fondovalle/Talschluss mountain hut you hike up to the Three Peaks hut at 2,405 m in approx. 2 ½ hours. A great mountain panorama provides the scenery for your hike.

Rifugio Zsigmondy Comici/Zsygmondi mountain hut
From the Rifugio Fondovalle/Talschluss mountain hut this hike in the heart of the Dolomites takes 2 hours to reach the Rifugio Zsigmondy Comici/Zsygmondi mountain hut situated at 2,224 m. Magical views into the distance and hot food get your heart beating faster.

Moso/Moos – Col Quaternà/Knieberg
From the Rifugio Malga Nemes/Alpe Nemes mountain hut a gentle uphill forest trail leads easterly up to Kniebergriedl and from there you hike over the south eastern ridge to the peak which is situated at 1,879 m. After an approx. 5 hour hike you can now enjoy the breathtaking mountain panorama surrounding you.

Monte Casella di Dentro/Innergsell
Hike from Sesto/Sexten up to the Monte Casella di Dentro/Innergsell at 2,065 m in approx. 2 ½ – 3 hours and enjoy great views into the distance. The descent takes you into the Val Fiscalina/Filschleintal.

Monte Casella di Fuori/Außergsell
From Sesto/Sexten this hike that takes 2 ½ – 3 hours leads up to Monte Casella di Fuori/Außergsell at 2,004 m. The descent leads down into the Val Campo di Dentro/Innerfeldtal.

Monte Elmo/Helm
From Sesto/Sexten Moso/Moos you reach the peak of Monte Elmo/Helm in 4 hours. The view at 2,433 m altitude is breathtakingly beautiful.

Prati di Croda Rossa/Rotwandwiesen – Monte Croce di Comélico/Kreuzbergpass
This hike takes you from Sesto/Sexten and the Prati di Croda Rossa/Rotwandwiesen via Postal/Burgstall up to Monte Croce di Comélico/Kreuzbergpass. After a 2 hour hike you reach an altitude of 1,636 m to gaze over the slopes of the Alpe Nemes.

Moso/Moos – Prati di Croda Rossa/Rotwandwiesen
From Sesto/Sexten Moso/Moos you hike over moderately steep forest trails very leisurely to the Prati di Croda Rossa/Rotwandwiesen.

Prati di Croda Rossa/Rotwandwiesen – Postal/Burgstall
This challenging hike takes ¾ hour and leads from the Prati di Croda Rossa/Rotwandwiesen up to Postal/Burgstall at 2,168 m.

Prati di Croda Rossa/Rotwandwiesen – Croda Rossa/Rotwand peaks
The hike to the Croda Rossa/Rotwand peaks at up to 2,345 m takes approx. 2 ½ hours and provides a great 360° view over the surrounding Dolomite mountains.

You can of course obtain more useful information for your hiking holiday in South Tyrol and more details about our hiking suggestions from our reception.

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