Schneeschuhwandern Rodenecker Alm
Schneeschuhwandern Speikboden
Schneeschuhwandern Rodenecker Alm

Winter hiking in the Plan de Corones/Kronplatz holiday region

Explore snow-covered landscapes on foot

Val Pusteria/Pustertal separates the Dolomites in the south and the Zillertal Alps in the north – so anyone spending a holiday at our nature hotel has a fantastic selection of prepared winter hiking trails and snowshoe routes. Corti/Hofern is situated half way between Chienes/Kiens and sunny Terento/Terenten in the middle of a wonderful winter hiking region. You can reach the Fundres/Pfunderer mountains from our hotel in no time at all.

We offer you a hiking backpack, hiking poles and touring maps on free loan. Test our Waldruhe activity app too, with which you can see your tours on the map. Or use the Guestnet in your room to find out about your tours. Naturally we are more than happy to advise you at any time in person too!

Tip: Take part in the weekly programme’s guided tours!

Tour tips for winter hiking and snowshoeing in Val Pusteria/Pustertal

Pertinger Alpine hut – winter hike

Just before Terento/Terenten a turn-off leads to the “Pertinger Alm” car park where you start your winter hike. The tour is ideal for families as it is easy to complete but leads through stunning natural scenery at the same time. The hut, the destination of this roughly one-hour tour, is open at the weekends in winter – anyone who wants can sledge back down to the valley.

270 m elevation gain – 6 km – max. 1,866 m

Il Giogo/Am Joch – snowshoe hike

Just before Terento/Terenten a turn-off leads to the “Pertinger Alm” car park where you start your snowshoe hike. First of all, it leads to the Pertinger Alpine hut. You climb past the hut continuing uphill to the upper Pertinger Alpine pasture. From there you head north over the mountain ridge to the tour’s highest point – “Il Giogo/Am Joch” – with a fantastic panorama.

820 m elevation gain – 10.2 km – max. 2,403 m

Monto Sommo/Sambock – snowshoe hike

From the hamlet of Cóvolo/Kofl near Falzes/Pfalzen, you climb up towards Monto Sommo/Sambock following the marked trail 66. After a while, there is a clearance in the forest (do not follow the forest trail but the steep path), until you get to a slightly steeper slope. Once you have left this, you can already see the summit cross – now it’s just about another half hour to get there and enjoy the panorama.

910 m elevation gain – 8.2 km – max. 2,395 m