Discover nature on a hiking holiday in South Tyrol!
Here with us in Pinzago/Brixen you will spend your holiday in the middle of a hiking paradise. From the first rays of spring sunshine until late autumn you can explore the Valle Isarco/Eisack Valley along numerous hiking trails, without losing valuable time due to long car journeys.
The Sigmundhof farm is located directly on the famous Chestnut Trail, which leads through colourful chestnut groves and invites you to go on wonderful hikes.
Whether you are an enjoyable hiker, you are taking your first ever steps in mountain boots or you are an experienced mountaineer – here, you will find excellent conditions in a varied landscape for your hiking holiday in South Tyrol. This region has no secret for us, and we are always available for route suggestions and for one or two special tips.
An exciting holiday in Pinzago near Brixen Valle Isarco – Eisack Valley / South Tyrol
Would you like to set off on an aimless journey or would you prefer a certified mountain and hiking guide at your side? The choice is vast. Is a wonderful panoramic view of the glaciers of the Zillertal Alps, the UNESCO World Heritage Dolomites and the highest mountain, the Ortler, not enough for you? Would you like to experience the mountains up close? No problem, there is the ideal hike for everyone to always enjoy unique experiences.
The Latzfonser Kreuz, the highest pilgrimage site in South Tyrol, and the San Cassiano peak are extremely rewarding destinations with great panoramic views of the Dolomites.
Experience the sunrise on Sass de Putia – one of the most beautiful panoramic peaks in the Dolomites.
The Adolf Munkel trail beneath the imposing north faces of the Geisler/Odle Mountains (home mountains of mountaineer Reinhold Messner) is also one of the most spectacular Dolomite trails.
If you are a hiker who prefers walking, the wine and chestnut trails are perfect for you.
Fascinating excursion destinations such as the Sabiona Monastery, the Fortress of Fortezza and the Novacella Abbey are ideal for combining culture and exercise.
Hiking on the Mount Plose
Do you want to plan your own excursion, or do you prefer a professional guide? From June to October, certified mountain and hiking guides are ready to accompany you on your hiking holiday, e.g. on an ascent to the three peaks of the Mount Plose, on the Alta Via of Brixen or along the fantastic Dolomite Panorama Trail. You only need to decide the duration of your walk and how much time you have available. The choice of hikes is unlimited, as is the panoramic view from one of the three peaks of the Mount Plose, ranging from the nearby Dolomites to the Ortles. And if you want to go even higher, just put on your hiking boots and climb one of the many challenging peaks in the area. Or simply hike to an alpine hut, stopping off whenever you like. For your children, the Woody Walk is a fun family trail on the Mount Plose with many exciting stations.
Your advantage with the BrixenCard: One return ride with the Plose cable cars.
Holidays with your bike, racing bike, mountain bike or e-bike here at theSigmundhof farm – South Tyrol
Finally, outdoors again, in nature. Plan your cycling holiday just the way you like it, with various bike tours in the South Tyrolean mountains. Try out various downhill routes through the forests or cycle along the extensive network of cycle paths in the green valleys. On your mountain bike, you will be thrilled!
We are happy to provide you with a lockable storage room for your bikes.
Guided mountain bike tours
For all those who want to explore the surroundings of Brixen with an experienced guide, the PloseBike bike school offers guided mountain bike tours 6 times a week. From Sunday to Friday tours with different levels of difficulty are offered (until mid-October).
Day tours: duration approx. 09.30 am to 4.00 pm.
The Brixen Bikepark on the Mount Plose offers 4 freeride routes with different levels of difficulty. The Jerry Line is the easiest and most suitable for beginners and families. It is never too steep, too fast or too difficult. The medium difficulty line is the Hammer Line, which is still suitable for beginners, but requires a certain level of safety on the mtb. The Sky Line and Tom Pro Line are challenging routes that require experienced bikers.
The Brixen Bikepark can be reached with the Plose cable car and this summer for the first time also with the Palmschoß chairlift. Bike transport is free with both lifts.