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Hiking, MTB & the Alpine Coaster Klausberg in Valle Aurina | myLoisl

A very special summer in the Aurina Valley

Nature, unspoiled and all-embracing. The call of the mountains, the desire for adventure.
Hiking or mountain biking in the Aurina Valley is like seeing a unique natural spectacle from the front row of the stalls...
Mountaineers have a splendid choice of more than 80 peaks over 3,000 metres high.
And there are at least as many peaks over 2,000 metres high, offering some amazing opportunities for those venturing up into the mountains for the first time. With 850 km of trails, the area provides plenty of variety and excitement for hikers and climbers of every age and ability.

Up above, there's perpetual ice. Down below, there's the green of the meadows.
Between the two, there's simply freedom. The joy of living and exploring.


NEW May and June 2023: our guests enjoy free and unlimited use of the Speikboden and Klausberg mountain cable cars.

Bergbahn-Pass FREE


„We are now in the mountains and they are in us,
kindling enthusiasm, making every nerve quiver,
filling every pore and cell of us“

John Muir

myHiking | draußnzeit

Pssst: 5 tips from an insider

  • For 360-degree views: a hike up Mount Lupo/Wolfskofel (2,054 m)
    An ideal excursion for trained hikers who'd like to enjoy a view of the entire Aurina Valley.
  • For the whole family: hike up to Malga Schönberg (1,792 m)
    The new Schönberg mountain hut makes a pleasant rest stop. Do you want to go further still?
    Just carry on up Mount Bello/Schönberg.
  • A journey through time: a walk to Malga Gruber (1,917 m)
    Certainly one of the most original mountain huts, managed in the "old way" by its owner. Here, you can enjoy a really delicious "kaiserschmarrn" (sweet omelette).
  • Exploring mystical places: Keilbachmoos / Sondsieda
    Starting from the Hofschenke Waldlechen tavern, you follow a themed trail past fresh natural springs with an unusual story behind them.
  • Rifugio Vittorio Veneto at Sasso Nero (3,026 m)
    It stands under the Sasso Nero, at a height of 3,026 metres; the highest mountain hut on the South Tyrolean side of the Zillertal Alps, it accommodates hikers during the summer months. The climb up is certainly demanding, but well worth the effort for the breath-taking scenic views you can enjoy on arrival.  

Three is a perfect number:
in our case, three waterfalls

  • Rio Nero waterfall (at Lutago, near our apartments)
  • Riva waterfalls (at Campo Tures)
  • Pojer waterfall (at Lutago)

myBiking | radlzeit

Silent paths through the woods, exciting single-track descents, strenuous climbs, or easy rides for the whole family: mountain biking is another excellent way to explore the area around Lutago. P.S. There's a bike rental centre just 10 minutes from our apartments.


myAdventure | öppas dolebm

  • Rafting and canyoning with "Club Active"
  • Fly-Line ride over the Riva waterfalls at Campo Tures
  • "Klausbergflitzer" Alpine Coaster summer toboggan run
  • Via ferrata on Mount Spicco/Speikboden
  • "Drittlsand" and "Kofler zwischen den Wänden" outdoor rock gyms
  • Paragliding and hang gliding with Kronfly and tandem flights at Plan de Corones
  • Horse riding at the Herbert stables in Lutago
  • Klausberg water park
  • CASCADE swimming pool
  • Ski lifts in the Aurina Valley: Speikboden and Klausberg
	Paragliding

mySightseeing | gschichtnzeit

  • Tures/Taufers Castle at Campo Tures
  • Mining Museum in the Grain Store at Cadipietra
  • Mining Museum and Climate Centre at Predoi
  • Kirchler Mineral Museum at San Giovanni
  • MMM "Ripa" at Brunico Castle
  • MMM "Corones" on the Plan de Corones
  • LUMEN - Museum of Mountain Photography up on the Plan de Corones
Mining Museum
Mining Museum