Try out the traditional hiking stick from Valle Aurina
Zint Sticks are a traditional tool to climb the mountains of Valle Aurina. They will fix you on steep and slippery ground. Around the area of the huge water falls of Rein/Riva we would like to introduce you to the ancient use of the poles. Meet obstacles, listen to legends about mysticism and Tyrolean history.
ready for a little hike, ups and downs
min age: 10 years
Swimming area Cascade
10 am (13.05. - 07.10.)
trekking clothes, snack, drink
Between the Dolomites and the glaciers of the Zillertal Alps, there is a lot of room for fun, action and adventures of all kinds - literally. This is the place where incomparable and unforgettable holidays are spent. KREAKTIV and Faszination Berg are your expert partners and the best address for planning adventurous holiday activities. Be it summer or winter, we know how to fill fans of South Tyrol with enthusiasm. The fascination and magic of the diversity South Tyrol has to offer in every respect are brought to life in our Ahrntal Aktiv programmes!
The traditional trekking pole is a bold upright walking stick with an amazing lenght of almost two meters. For kids and children the stick is of course shorter. Walking with the trekking pole is a ancient tradition of the farmers, hunters and poachers.
The technical mountain bike training offered by KREAKTIV allows you to improve your biking skills within just three hours. We will show you our best tricks and techniques and give you useful tips on how to remain firmly in the saddle in our own outdoor training area. This is an afternoon full of fun awaiting you!
Time for one of our highlights! Take a mountain bike, a medieval castle and a bold rappelling manoeuvre, stir them together et voila, you have the perfect recipe for a fun adventure for the whole family. Those who have tried it know that nothing is impossible in the Ahrntal/Valle Aurina.
This hike offers great insights into a beautiful valley situated at considerable altitude. You are going to visit the village of Rein in Taufers, follow well-kept hiking trails, and explore the unspoilt alpine pastures with their old shepherd's huts, many of which have been turned into small gastronomies with an incomparably local flavour. After the initial ascent, this hike leads on through woods and over meadows at a fairly gentle pace, offering a spectacular view on the surrounding glaciers and majestic three-thousanders.
During the winter months, the Speikboden is a popular skiing area, and during the summer months it offers a variety of options for hiking. The mountain bike tour proposed here, however, offers a new vision and a new experience of this beautiful landscape. Exploring the Speikboden on two wheels will reward you with great views of a fascinating mountain world.
Oh yes, the Kronplatz: In winter a magnificent ski area, in summer a playground for biker and other free spirits. The three coolest rides lead from Kronplatz-summit to St. Vigil, to Olang and Reischach. All possible in one day.
The Schwarzenstein glacier is heaven sent, for despite its height, it is relatively easy to climb, especially in comparison to most of the other glaciers in the Ahrntal valley. This tour does not only lead into perpetual ice, but also to a fantastic vantage point in the Zillertal Alps. The summit is almost at the centre of a long row of majestic mountains.
Nature is the greatest playground. It allows us to learn in a natural way. Forget about artificial holds in stuffy climbing halls. Our taster course is the real thing. We will take you outside where you can acquire basic climbing skills on real rock, enjoying the fresh air and the sunlight. A mountain guide will teach you how to feel out small holds and grips in the roughness of the rock. You will be given numerous tips for climbing and will be shown how to properly secure yourself.
Mountain bike: Super bike tour Ahrntal Ronda - Exploring the Ahrntal valley by bike
The Ahrntal valley has recently developed into a real insider tip for ambitious mountain bikers. Our clever bike tour guides have found the perfect route at the feet of the majestic Zillertal Alps. This MTB tour will not fail to fill you with enthusiasm.
Extreme mountaineer Hans Kammerlander learnt how to climb and go mountain climbing in the Rieserferner/Vedrette di Ries group, opposite the Zillertal Alps. On our tour, crossing the glacier to reach the summit of the Magerstein/Monte Magro, we will be following in the footsteps of one of the greatest alpinists of our times. While not being technically demanding, the tour still rewards us with a spectacular view.
A person, very informally, once said that the village of Rein in Taufers was "in the arse end of nowhere", jokingly adding that it was, however, the prettiest "arse end" anyone could ever see. Curious to see the place for yourself? Then follow us on this snowshoe hike to the sunny village situated at considerable altitude in the north of South Tyrol.
Icefall climbing looks truly spectacular. Anyone can try it - absolutely anyone. You will get all the necessary tools from us: ice pick, crampons, climbing harness, and a helmet. What you need to bring: yourself and the wish to try something new. Our mountain guide will see about your safety on well-kept climbing routes.
The small village of Kasern/Casere is the head of the Ahrntal/Valle Aurina (valley). Here, the majestic three-thousanders seem to grow out of the valley floor and directly up into the sky. If you have experienced this scenery on a snowshoe hike once, you will definitely want to come back for more.
If not for any other reason, the 360-degree panoramic view of South Tyrol is worth the hike. Imagine this great view is then enhanced by the experience of reaching the Sonnklar summit by snowshoes, and an unforgettable circular walking tour to a rustic alpine chalet. By the end of the day you will know all the beauty South Tyrol has to offer you.
Have you ever simply fallen over while trying a kick turn on a steep slope with snowshoes? We will show you the essential techniques to turn all your future tours into a success. We will be ascending off-slope, trying out different things on our way up, eating in a traditional chale and descending with the slage - if you like.
Experience pleasurable snowshoe hikes at the Klausberg. A ropeway ride reduces the demands of the ascent, and only a moderate physical effort is required for being rewarded with fantastic views from panoramic viewpoints. The north of South Tyrol never fails to surprise in the most pleasant ways.