Summer. Warm. Full of experiences.
Enjoy the fantastic view and the refreshingly clear mountain air while hiking in south Tyrol. Due to its central location, Rodengo is the perfect starting point for hikes all over the country. In a few minutes you can reach all the beautiful places around. Whereby - leave you car behind and use local public transport for free.
Countless opportunities await you to experience the wonderful nature. Discover the numerous attracitve hiking routes and natural beauties on the sunny plateau. During the weekly house hike, the hotel owner Hubert will show you particularly beautiful and hidden places in the hiking paradise of South Tyrol. Look forward to long hikes and a pleasant cool-down in our outdoor swimming pool (from May to October).
Very close. Far from the hustle and bustle.
The Alp of Rodengo and Luson can be reached in 15 minutes by car or with the free shuttle bus. It is located at an altitude of around 1,500 m up to almost 2,200 m on the Astjoch, the highest peak of the Alp. Due to the size, there are several routes, each with different requirements and degrees of difficulty. Various rustic huts invite you to stop off. Gentile alpine meadows and fresh forests are an Eldorado for hikers, mountain bikers and for everyone who likes to have fun.
Climb mountains. Aim high.
Hikes can also be combined with an overnight stay in a mountain hut. The pure feeling of freedom, the silence of nature and a fabulous dream panorama. The online tool Sentres gives you an initial overview of the most beautiul hikes in South Tyrol. Leisurely family hikes, panorama hikes, hut tours or extensive routes by mountain bike - have you found something yet?
Rodengo is part of the Gitschberg Jochtal holiday region and this ensures that every day your holiday will be unforgettable. You participate free of charge at the weekly program with our AlmencardPlus, which offers a wide variety of activities for the whole family in the surrounding villages. Take a look at the summer program here!
What are you waiting for? Lace up your hiking boots!