Hiking during your autumn holidays: An explosion of colours
Autumn is hiking season in the Isarco Valley. In no other season, nature reveals itself more colourful than in the autumn. The air is still mild, but nature is getting ready for the approaching winter. Golden yellow, rust brown and brick red – the leaves on the trees shine in all these colours. In between, the dark green of the evergreen conifers create stunning contrasts. Hiking during your autumn vacation in the Isarco Valley an experience for all senses. The vines are heavy with grapes and on the apple trees tasty varieties such as Golden Delicious and Jonathan Gold await the upcoming harvest.
Törggelen in Isarco Valley – living traditions in South Tyrol
When the trees in Isarco Valley change their colours, and grapes and apples are harvested, the Törggelen season begins in Isarco Valley. The ancient South Tyrolean tradition is celebrated every autumn. In the taverns, hearty South Tyrolean dishes are served and everywhere there is the scent of roasted chestnuts. Enjoy South Tyrolean delicacies in the mountain restaurants and taverns, sipping on a glass of young wine of the current season. Fresh unfiltered apple juice on your walks during the autumn holidays is a welcome refreshment. The paths will take you through vineyards and colourful alpine terrain.
Hiking during your autumn holiday – discoveries in Isarco Valley
The farm Kaserhof in S. Leonardo is the ideal starting point for exciting discoveries in Isarco Valley. With the medieval Castle of Rodengo you visit a massive fortification which is among the largest in South Tyrol. The South Tyrolean city of Bolzano lures with a visit to the “Ötzi” Museum and in the old silver mine in Villandro you will learn exciting details about the history of mining in the region. On the high alpine trail of Bressanone you may simply enjoy the breathtaking nature and the fascinating panorama of the Alps while hiking during your autumn holiday.