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Camping in the mountains

A holiday in a dreamlike setting

One thing is clear: camping in the mountains in South Tyrol is worthwhile all year round. The magnificent mountain panorama comes free of charge!

Set off for hiking, biking, skiing or cross-country skiing, or simply enjoy doing nothing at all. Discover your favourite area while camping in the mountains. From the Dolomites in the east to Vinschgau in the west of South Tyrol, there is a lot to see. The Dolomites are the ideal starting point for an active discovery tour, and Pustertal impresses with a dense network of hiking trails and spectacular slopes. The Kronplatz holiday region takes you up high all year round, and Eisacktal thrills with wonderful high plateaus and beautiful orchards. The climate around Bolzano and South Tyrol’s south is particularly mild, and in the Meran region, you can experience the diversity of South Tyrol. Last but not least, there is Vinschgau, which boasts the highest mountain in South Tyrol and invites you to go windsurfing and kiteboarding, with Alpine pasture hikes, and mountains such as Watles, and family-friendly bike tours along the Via Claudia Augusta road!

Camping in the mountains can be so beautiful!
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South Tyrol all year round

A land of variety and contrastss

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Spring
Colourful spring
Nature in full bloom
At last, the temperatures are rising and the valleys are turning green; meanwhile, up in the mountains, there is still plenty of snow. If you go to South Tyrol now, you will not only experience a particularly beautiful season, but you will also have a wealth of active possibilities to choose from. From the first mountain bike tours on the Vinschger Sonnenberg mountain and a walk through Frühlingstal (spring valley) to sunny downhill runs on the slopes – the options are endless!
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Summer
Fabulous summer
Full of variety
Summer is the time to explore South Tyrol with all your senses. Whether in the Dolomites, the Ortler region, at Kronplatz, or on the Waalwege paths – hiking and cycling are guaranteed to be rewarding at all altitudes. Of course, you are also welcome to hike to Alpine pastures and huts or go shopping in the city. And after the day’s programme, it’s the balmy summer evenings filled with South Tyrolean wines and good food that create unforgettable memories. There are virtually no limits to the variety of activities and sports you can do!
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Autumn
Magnificent autumn
Colourful possibilities
When the days are no longer so hot and the evenings are not too cold, South Tyrol’s favourite culinary season begins. In Eisacktal, in Meran, and in many other parts of South Tyrol, the “Törggelen” season is celebrated. The fruits of summer are harvested in the valleys, and speciality weeks and culinary festivals take place all over the province. And during pleasant autumn excursions, the most magnificent views of the year await.
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Winter
Wonderful winter
Holiday experiences galore
The ski resorts come to life, the idyllic landscape shows its best side during snowshoe hikes, and perfectly groomed cross-country ski trails wind through forests, meadows, and valleys. The Christmas markets come alive with the colourful hustle and bustle of locals and travellers, and the mountain huts offer delicious culinary delights.
Camping Südtirol tipsExperience a land of great variety and fascinating contrasts
Dolomiti Superski
A harmonious carousel with 16 skiing areas and state of-the-art lift facilities with a good 1,200 km of daily groomed slopes, and sunny slopes you just can’t wait to get your skis gliding over.
Ötzi the Iceman
South Tyrol Museum of Archaeology
At the South Tyrol Museum of Archaeology in Bolzano, Ötzi and his artefacts have been exhibited since 1998. Experience the fascination of Ötzi for yourself!
Benedictine Abbey Marienberg
The museum “ora et labora” of the Benedictine Abbey Marienberg houses various exhibitions with items from the monastery collection. These objects tell stories and anecdotes about the life in the monastery, the everyday life of the monks today and about their activities throughout the centuries.
The Gardens of Trauttmansdorff Castle
Colorful plants from all around the world thrive and bloom in Trauttmansdorff’s more than eighty garden landscapes. Ideal for both children and adults as well as for botany experts and laymen alike, the Gardens of Trauttmansdorff Castle is a unique blend of botanical garden and recreational attraction.
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