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An activity-filled summer for body and soul

Family holiday in the mountains

Running through tall grass, dancing on soft forest moss, strolling through revitalising forests, past roaring waterfalls and impressive mountain peaks: as the temperatures rise, so does the desire to explore the outdoors, get active and soak up the sun. There is no better place to experience all of this than the Feuerstein – in the heart of nature, right beneath the mountain called Tribulaun and the two peaks of the Feuerstein mountain. The special location amidst this place of power at the head of the Pflerschtal valley offers endless opportunities to savour summer in all its facets. 

This great variety of activities starts right outside our door: enjoy pleasant strolls with the pram, scenic hikes, challenging summit tours, bike tours and many more! It’s the ideal place for a hiking holiday in South Tyrol with your kids.

As far as your feet will carry you

Feel the power of the mountains on leisurely strolls and relaxed hikes leading from alp to alp, exciting waterfall tours, mountaineering and summit hikes or even climbing adventures. The Pflerschtal valley boasts countless hiking trails suitable for both little and experienced trekkers, children and grown-ups alike. As a hiking hotel in South Tyrol we also offer guided tours on a regular basis.

Hiking tips around the Feuerstein

There is something wild and pristine about hiking in the Pflerschtal valley. Reconnecting with nature evokes a familiar feeling, a sense of getting back to our roots. Whether it is an easy or one of the most challenging hikes. We have created a selection of the most beautiful tours in the surrounding area.

The Lampskopf climbing route

Starting from the Feuerstein, turn right across the bridge and follow the stream. Once you have reached the most eastern farm, the trail (signpost in the direction of "Via Ferrata") winds its way ascending towards the part of the track where the steel rope begins. The climb onto the Lampskopf offers great variety. The ascent then continues "climb-free" along steep meadows to the Gogelberg, where another steel rope awaits you at the summit. Soon after reaching the peak, you will meet trail no. 7/32A which will lead you quickly to the Tribulaunhütte. The return is via trail no. 8.

Suitable for children

Waterfall Trail in the Pflerschtal valley

Starting from the Feuerstein family hotel, turn right and cross the bridge. Subsequently follow the narrow path which leads slightly uphill to the farms called Außerstein and then into the forest. The trail takes you to the impressive waterfalls called "Hölle/Inferno" and proceeds to the homonymous parking space. From here it is well worth taking a detour to the viewpoint overlooking which may be the most famous waterfall of the Pflerschtal valley. Afterwards you can return to the starting point along trail no. 6 or hike to the mountain hut called Furtalm/Malga Furt for one more hour.

Suitable for children

A stroll across the valley

This walk runs along the stream and leads out of the valley, from the Feuerstein to the locality of Ladurns, where children can romp around on a great playground. The way back follows the same track. This walk is also suitable for prams.

Suitable for children

To the Alriss Alm mountain hut

Starting from the Feuerstein, follow the signpost towards “Allriss”. At first, hike southwards and cross the large bridge above the stream called Talbach and proceed along the road leading to the hamlet of Stein until you reach the road junction. Then turn left onto the forest path and follow trail no. 27 until you reach the mountain hut. This hike is also suitable for prams.

Suitable for children

To the Furtalm mountain hut

Follow trail no. 6 to the right from the parking space "Hölle/Inferno" in the locality of St. Anton/S. Antonio in Innerpflersch/Fleres di Dentro. The trail leads across the bridge and through the forest. Once you have reached the branch to the mountain hut called Tribulaunhütte/ Rifugio Tribulaun, keep left and proceed along the trail to the Furtalm/Malga Furt. As an alternative, you can also take the forest path which starts at the parking space "Hölle/Inferno".

Suitable for children

Dolomieu Trail

Starting at the Ladurns mountain station, take the Ladurns circular trail ("Ladurnser Rundweg") in the direction of Hinkerboden and the panorama viewpoint. Subsequently the trail leads towards Wastenegg and Hirschlackn. Follow the trail called “Dolomieuweg/6-Almen-Weg” which takes you to Toffring, Pfoffnberg, Hauseben, Allrisstal, Plottn and Blintekofl. Then descend towards the locality of St. Anton/S. Antonio in the Pflerschtal valley to reach the place of power called Bront.

To the Tribulaunhütte mountain hut

Follow the signpost leading to the mountain hut called "Tribulaunhütte/Rifugio Tribulaun" starting from the parking space "Hölle/Inferno" in the locality of St. Anton/S. Antonio in Innerpflersch/Fleres di Dentro. The trail leads across the stream and then slightly uphill. Turn right onto trail no. 8, along the many hairpin bends which follow the steep and rocky grass slopes, until you reach the Tribulaunhütte near the lake called Sandessee.

To the Magdeburger Hütte mountain hut

Follow the signpost leading to the mountain hut called "Magdeburger Hütte/Rifugio Cremona" starting from the parking space "Hölle/Inferno" in the locality of St. Anton/S. Antonio in Innerpflersch/Fleres di Dentro. At first, hike briefly uphill and then follow trail no. 6, which leads largely through open terrain and is dominated by grass slopes and rock surfaces. Initially, the trail ascends gradually before it becomes quite steep all the way up to the Magdeburger Hütte.

Suitable for children

Waterfall Trail in the Pflerschtal valley

Starting from the Feuerstein family hotel, turn right and cross the bridge. Subsequently follow the narrow path which leads slightly uphill to the farms called Außerstein and then into the forest. The trail takes you to the impressive waterfalls called "Hölle/Inferno" and proceeds to the homonymous parking space. From here it is well worth taking a detour to the viewpoint overlooking which may be the most famous waterfall of the Pflerschtal valley. Afterwards you can return to the starting point along trail no. 6 or hike to the mountain hut called Furtalm/Malga Furt for one more hour.

Suitable for children

A stroll across the valley

This walk runs along the stream and leads out of the valley, from the Feuerstein to the locality of Ladurns, where children can romp around on a great playground. The way back follows the same track. This walk is also suitable for prams.

Suitable for children

To the Alriss Alm mountain hut

Starting from the Feuerstein, follow the signpost towards “Allriss”. At first, hike southwards and cross the large bridge above the stream called Talbach and proceed along the road leading to the hamlet of Stein until you reach the road junction. Then turn left onto the forest path and follow trail no. 27 until you reach the mountain hut. This hike is also suitable for prams.

Suitable for children

To the Furtalm mountain hut

Follow trail no. 6 to the right from the parking space "Hölle/Inferno" in the locality of St. Anton/S. Antonio in Innerpflersch/Fleres di Dentro. The trail leads across the bridge and through the forest. Once you have reached the branch to the mountain hut called Tribulaunhütte/ Rifugio Tribulaun, keep left and proceed along the trail to the Furtalm/Malga Furt. As an alternative, you can also take the forest path which starts at the parking space "Hölle/Inferno".

Suitable for children

Dolomieu Trail

Starting at the Ladurns mountain station, take the Ladurns circular trail ("Ladurnser Rundweg") in the direction of Hinkerboden and the panorama viewpoint. Subsequently the trail leads towards Wastenegg and Hirschlackn. Follow the trail called “Dolomieuweg/6-Almen-Weg” which takes you to Toffring, Pfoffnberg, Hauseben, Allrisstal, Plottn and Blintekofl. Then descend towards the locality of St. Anton/S. Antonio in the Pflerschtal valley to reach the place of power called Bront.

To the Tribulaunhütte mountain hut

Follow the signpost leading to the mountain hut called "Tribulaunhütte/Rifugio Tribulaun" starting from the parking space "Hölle/Inferno" in the locality of St. Anton/S. Antonio in Innerpflersch/Fleres di Dentro. The trail leads across the stream and then slightly uphill. Turn right onto trail no. 8, along the many hairpin bends which follow the steep and rocky grass slopes, until you reach the Tribulaunhütte near the lake called Sandessee.

To the Magdeburger Hütte mountain hut

Follow the signpost leading to the mountain hut called "Magdeburger Hütte/Rifugio Cremona" starting from the parking space "Hölle/Inferno" in the locality of St. Anton/S. Antonio in Innerpflersch/Fleres di Dentro. At first, hike briefly uphill and then follow trail no. 6, which leads largely through open terrain and is dominated by grass slopes and rock surfaces. Initially, the trail ascends gradually before it becomes quite steep all the way up to the Magdeburger Hütte.

The Lampskopf climbing route

Starting from the Feuerstein, turn right across the bridge and follow the stream. Once you have reached the most eastern farm, the trail (signpost in the direction of "Via Ferrata") winds its way ascending towards the part of the track where the steel rope begins. The climb onto the Lampskopf offers great variety. The ascent then continues "climb-free" along steep meadows to the Gogelberg, where another steel rope awaits you at the summit. Soon after reaching the peak, you will meet trail no. 7/32A which will lead you quickly to the Tribulaunhütte. The return is via trail no. 8.

Suitable for children

A stroll across the valley

This walk runs along the stream and leads out of the valley, from the Feuerstein to the locality of Ladurns, where children can romp around on a great playground. The way back follows the same track. This walk is also suitable for prams.

Suitable for children

To the Alriss Alm mountain hut

Starting from the Feuerstein, follow the signpost towards “Allriss”. At first, hike southwards and cross the large bridge above the stream called Talbach and proceed along the road leading to the hamlet of Stein until you reach the road junction. Then turn left onto the forest path and follow trail no. 27 until you reach the mountain hut. This hike is also suitable for prams.

Suitable for children

To the Furtalm mountain hut

Follow trail no. 6 to the right from the parking space "Hölle/Inferno" in the locality of St. Anton/S. Antonio in Innerpflersch/Fleres di Dentro. The trail leads across the bridge and through the forest. Once you have reached the branch to the mountain hut called Tribulaunhütte/ Rifugio Tribulaun, keep left and proceed along the trail to the Furtalm/Malga Furt. As an alternative, you can also take the forest path which starts at the parking space "Hölle/Inferno".

Suitable for children

Dolomieu Trail

Starting at the Ladurns mountain station, take the Ladurns circular trail ("Ladurnser Rundweg") in the direction of Hinkerboden and the panorama viewpoint. Subsequently the trail leads towards Wastenegg and Hirschlackn. Follow the trail called “Dolomieuweg/6-Almen-Weg” which takes you to Toffring, Pfoffnberg, Hauseben, Allrisstal, Plottn and Blintekofl. Then descend towards the locality of St. Anton/S. Antonio in the Pflerschtal valley to reach the place of power called Bront.

To the Tribulaunhütte mountain hut

Follow the signpost leading to the mountain hut called "Tribulaunhütte/Rifugio Tribulaun" starting from the parking space "Hölle/Inferno" in the locality of St. Anton/S. Antonio in Innerpflersch/Fleres di Dentro. The trail leads across the stream and then slightly uphill. Turn right onto trail no. 8, along the many hairpin bends which follow the steep and rocky grass slopes, until you reach the Tribulaunhütte near the lake called Sandessee.

To the Magdeburger Hütte mountain hut

Follow the signpost leading to the mountain hut called "Magdeburger Hütte/Rifugio Cremona" starting from the parking space "Hölle/Inferno" in the locality of St. Anton/S. Antonio in Innerpflersch/Fleres di Dentro. At first, hike briefly uphill and then follow trail no. 6, which leads largely through open terrain and is dominated by grass slopes and rock surfaces. Initially, the trail ascends gradually before it becomes quite steep all the way up to the Magdeburger Hütte.

The Lampskopf climbing route

Starting from the Feuerstein, turn right across the bridge and follow the stream. Once you have reached the most eastern farm, the trail (signpost in the direction of "Via Ferrata") winds its way ascending towards the part of the track where the steel rope begins. The climb onto the Lampskopf offers great variety. The ascent then continues "climb-free" along steep meadows to the Gogelberg, where another steel rope awaits you at the summit. Soon after reaching the peak, you will meet trail no. 7/32A which will lead you quickly to the Tribulaunhütte. The return is via trail no. 8.

Suitable for children

Waterfall Trail in the Pflerschtal valley

Starting from the Feuerstein family hotel, turn right and cross the bridge. Subsequently follow the narrow path which leads slightly uphill to the farms called Außerstein and then into the forest. The trail takes you to the impressive waterfalls called "Hölle/Inferno" and proceeds to the homonymous parking space. From here it is well worth taking a detour to the viewpoint overlooking which may be the most famous waterfall of the Pflerschtal valley. Afterwards you can return to the starting point along trail no. 6 or hike to the mountain hut called Furtalm/Malga Furt for one more hour.

Freedom comes on two wheels

More of a two-wheeled adventure seeker? The Pflerschtal valley also offers a whole world of possibilities for bike lovers, boasting bike trails of all levels of difficulty, spanning from tracks across the valley and all the way up to the peaks. To top it all off, many of them start directly from our hotel! At the Feuerstein, you can rent bikes free of charge while e-bikes are available for a small fee. In addition, we also organise guided bike tours on a regular basis.

Bike tours all around the Feuerstein

A powerful push on the pedals and the majestic peaks always in sight as you cycle up and down along fantastic routes on your two wheels. Our bike tips for your adventures are like the Pflerschtal valley itself: varied, exciting and well worth the experience. Hop on and off you go...

Bike tour to the Sandjöchl mountain pass & Sattelberg mountain

Starting point: the parking space next to the church in the locality of Brennerbad/Terme di Brennero. Follow the cycle path to Gossensass/Colle Isarco and turn off at the signpost leading to the mountain pass called Sandjöchl/Passo del Santicolo. The route proceeds towards the Sattelberg mountain in Austria, where you can either walk or push your bike for the last few metres to the summit. If you choose to set off directly from the Feuerstein you have to add another 14 kilometres to the length of the tour.

Suitable for children

Bike tour to the Alriss Alm mountain hut

Once you’ve left the Feuerstein, follow the signpost leading in the direction of "Allriss". At first, the track leads you southwards, across the large bridge above the stream, and then for a short stretch along the road to the locality of Stein until you reach the road junction. Turn left onto the forest track and follow trail no. 27 to the Alriss Alm/Malga Alriss mountain hut.

Suitable for children

Bike tour to the Furtalm mountain hut

Head southwards from the Feuerstein and cross the large bridge above the stream. Follow the road until you reach the hamlet called Stein. Proceed along the forest road until you reach the mountain hut called Furtalm/Malga Furt.

Suitable for children

Bike tour to the Alriss Alm mountain hut

Once you’ve left the Feuerstein, follow the signpost leading in the direction of "Allriss". At first, the track leads you southwards, across the large bridge above the stream, and then for a short stretch along the road to the locality of Stein until you reach the road junction. Turn left onto the forest track and follow trail no. 27 to the Alriss Alm/Malga Alriss mountain hut.

Suitable for children

Bike tour to the Furtalm mountain hut

Head southwards from the Feuerstein and cross the large bridge above the stream. Follow the road until you reach the hamlet called Stein. Proceed along the forest road until you reach the mountain hut called Furtalm/Malga Furt.

Bike tour to the Sandjöchl mountain pass & Sattelberg mountain

Starting point: the parking space next to the church in the locality of Brennerbad/Terme di Brennero. Follow the cycle path to Gossensass/Colle Isarco and turn off at the signpost leading to the mountain pass called Sandjöchl/Passo del Santicolo. The route proceeds towards the Sattelberg mountain in Austria, where you can either walk or push your bike for the last few metres to the summit. If you choose to set off directly from the Feuerstein you have to add another 14 kilometres to the length of the tour.

Suitable for children

Bike tour to the Furtalm mountain hut

Head southwards from the Feuerstein and cross the large bridge above the stream. Follow the road until you reach the hamlet called Stein. Proceed along the forest road until you reach the mountain hut called Furtalm/Malga Furt.

Bike tour to the Sandjöchl mountain pass & Sattelberg mountain

Starting point: the parking space next to the church in the locality of Brennerbad/Terme di Brennero. Follow the cycle path to Gossensass/Colle Isarco and turn off at the signpost leading to the mountain pass called Sandjöchl/Passo del Santicolo. The route proceeds towards the Sattelberg mountain in Austria, where you can either walk or push your bike for the last few metres to the summit. If you choose to set off directly from the Feuerstein you have to add another 14 kilometres to the length of the tour.

Suitable for children

Bike tour to the Alriss Alm mountain hut

Once you’ve left the Feuerstein, follow the signpost leading in the direction of "Allriss". At first, the track leads you southwards, across the large bridge above the stream, and then for a short stretch along the road to the locality of Stein until you reach the road junction. Turn left onto the forest track and follow trail no. 27 to the Alriss Alm/Malga Alriss mountain hut.

Way up high with
the cable cars

Around the Feuerstein you will find several cable cars which will take you up and down the surrounding summer alpine landscape: the Ladurns cable car, the Rosskopf/Monte Cavallo cable car and the Ratschings/Racines cable car are your access to the homonymous hiking and recreational areas.

Ladurns

The 10-passenger cableway leads from the valley to the idyllic alpine hiking area at an altitude of around 1,800 metres. Ladurns offers the ideal starting point for pleasant strolls, alpine and family hikes as well as high-alpine tours. A special highlight of this area are the mountain carts, which can be rented at the mountain station and provide an exhilarating descent back down to the valley.

Ratschings

A ride with the scenic Ratschings/Racines cableway is all it takes to be surrounded by picturesque alpine meadows. Along the Ratschings/Racines Alpine Hut Trail you can embark on a lovely hike leading from pasture to pasture - also suitable for prams. Children will be thrilled by the mountain adventure world which features jungle gyms, aquatic play areas, viewing platforms and a petting zoo.

Rosskopf

Take the cableway from Sterzing/Vipiteno to reach the local mountain called Rosskopf/Monte Cavallo. At an altitude of around 2,000 metres, you'll discover a wonderful sunny plateau which overlooks the valley of Sterzing, the Dolomites and the Zillertal Alps in Austria, thus providing an ideal starting point for many panoramic hikes and summit experiences. Another highlight: don’t miss out on the exciting alpine coaster!

Guestpass – Gossensass Card

With the included Guestpass you can enjoy numerous benefits during your holiday.
Here you will find an extract of the included services.

Free use of public transport throughout South Tyrol

Ladurns, Rosskopf and Ratschings-Jaufen cable cars: 20% discount on one ascent and one descent

Ladurns mountain carts: 20% discount

Skytrek high ropes course in Sterzing: 15% discount

Rafting in Sterzing: 10 % discount

10 % discount in selected stores in the Outlet Centre Brenner

"There are countless opportunities for exciting hikes in the breathtaking alpine world surrounding the Feuerstein. Free yourself from any thoughts and recharge your energies."

Werner Prechtl
General manager and hiking guide

On the back of a horse

Experience summer in the Pflerschtal valley from a new perspective: on horseback. Indeed, one of the best ways to discover the surroundings of the Fuerstein is on the back of our graceful friends. Fancy a horse ride across green meadows and pleasantly fresh forests?