Your hiking holiday in Val Pusteria –Hiking in Valle di Casies
Nature lovers who love the beauty of the mountains will appreciate a hiking holiday in Casies – Val Pusteria. From the Hintnerhof you can explore the breathtaking natural scenery of the Valle di Casies. A multitude of hiking trails lead you into a wonderful mountain landscape and to managed alpine huts with traditional dishes, whether on foot or by bike. It is an uplifting feeling to just pause, take a deep breath and let the alpine picture-book landscape take its effect.
Hiking holiday in Valle di Casies –where South Tyrol’s diversity is at home
Anyone who decides on a hiking holiday in Casies can look forward to warm hospitality and a fabulous natural backdrop. Valle di Casies is close to the Austrian border and is a tributary of the Val Pusteria. This alpine gem is named after the river of Val Casies, which meanders gently babbling over lush alpine pastures, through shady forests and along imposing mountain slopes. Our traditional hereditary farm is located at 1250 meters above sea level near the picturesque mountain village of Pichl, which, together with the villages of St. Magdalena and St. Martin, forms the municipality of Valle di Casies.
Valle di Casies offers you an incomparable mountain, hiking and alpine world! In Casies alone there are 14 managed alpine huts, in hardly any other region of South Tyrol there is a larger selection. Whether on foot or by bike, start directly from our farm and experience an abundance of natural spectacles and sights.
Our farm is the ideal starting point for the most famous excursion destinations in the Dolomites, whether it is the most famous lake in the Alps, the Braies Lake, the UNESCO World Natural Heritage landmarks of the DOLOMITES the 3 PEAKS or the many excursion destinations in the PLAN THE CORONES holiday region in the Puster Valley.
Val Pusteria cycle path network
Gorgeous bike trips without being disturbed by traffic – you can enjoy this along the Pusterbike and other cycle routes in the Val Pusteria.
It is a highlight of the PLAN THE CORONES holiday region. From Casies, past blooming meadows, lush fields and rustic courtyards, to Bruneck, Brixen, into the Ahrntal or across the Austrian border to Lienz.
Particularly popular by families with children is the Drava Cycle Path which proceeds from San Candido in South Tyrol down to Lienz, the main village of East Tyrol. 40 km, mostly downhill, through the green meadows of the Alta Pusteria…