From Alpine roses to mountain lakes


With its spectacular panoramic views, the Plose massif is an unforgettable place to visit. And one of the best ways to explore it is by going on a guided hike. There are plenty of options, including challenging summit hikes, leisurely strolls with tasting sessions, or walks to hidden sources of spiritual energy and well-being. Some even include experiences which are only available to guided hike participants. The hikes are organised all year round. You will be accompanied by locals who have made a career out of their passion for hiking in the mountains and know the terrain like the back of their hand.

Our weekly planned guided hikes are accompanied by German and Italian speaking hiking guides.Our guides are ready to join you on a guided hike in English. Simply contact us for further information and to organise your hike. Discover some tour examples here for inspiration.

Information and Registration
Tourist Info Brixen
Tel. +39 0472 27 52 52


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Our guided hiking tours

Hiking tours during summer:

  • To the emerald green Schrüttenseen lakes:
    A hike away from the hustle and bustle to the Schrüttensee lakes, on to the Lorenzischarte and through the Sarntal Alps.
  • Burning Mountains – Sunset hike to the Schönjochl:
    That unique, almost indescribable feeling of peace and tranquillity - enjoy the sunset atmosphere on the mountain with us.
  • Towards the moon - full moon hike on the Rodenecker-Lüsner Alm:
    As the sun sets and people head down to the valley, we embark on a unique mountain adventure, with nocturnal creatures emerging from their hiding spots.
  • Dolorama – Immerse yourself in the Dolomites UNESCO World Heritage:
    Fantastic views, vast natural landscapes and majestic mountains: this is what awaits you on this guided hike.

Hiking tours during Autumn:

  • The fifth season in Brixen: Törggelen with wine tasting:
    A joint Törggele hike to the traditional wine taverns around Brixen with a stop for refreshments and wine tasting.
  • Mountain autumn on the Plose:
    One cannot miss a trip to the mountains when the trees and meadows change colour and the sun casts an incredibly beautiful light on the landscape.
  • Experience Törggelen up close:
    The "Törggele time" marks the fifth season in Brixen and the nearby areas. Together, let's delve into the origins of this tradition
  • Explore the Keschtnweg:
    The "Keschtnweg" (Chestnut Trail), which starts at the Neustift Monastery and stretches a total of 90 kilometres to Vilpian, is known far beyond Brixen. Our hike starts in Klausen and takes us to Säben Monastery and then further along the Keschtnweg trail to Felthurns.
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