South Tyrol

A modern place of power for families, surrounded by majestic mountains. On daily schedule:plenty of fun, games and free development!

South Tyrol

A small and very fine world of flavours at the Feuerstein Nature Family Resort where you can truly experience the love of cooking and creating.

Kitzbühel

Aesthetics and fine living right next to the Hahnenkamm cable car: enjoy a luxurious holiday in our tasteful and sophisticated apartments.

Kitzbühel

Dolce Vita in the Alps: The LaMonte Bistro in Kitzbühel delights with culinary compositions combined with an Alpine-Mediterranean lifestyle.

South Tyrol

High-quality holiday apartments with wellness area and breakfast service directly at the ski and hiking area Ladurns – perfect for nature lovers.

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Adventure, action and adrenaline

The surroundings: story-rich and filled with experiences

For memories that last.

Well, what would the world be like without adventures? Without fun and action? Without mysteries? There are quite a number of them hidden all around the Feuerstein – visit South Tyrol and let's discover them! There is not only plenty to experience in our 5-star family resort, you will also be rich in choices in the nearby surroundings. We will reveal the best secret tips and most exciting adventures for the entire family.

Mountain carts in Ladurns

Whoo! This is where speed crosses nature. The mountain carts in Ladurns invite both young and grown-ups alike to race down the forest roads, across lush green forests, enjoying the breeze on their faces. Not only does it lift your spirits, but it's also an environmentally friendly way to have fun.

The Skytrek high ropes course in Sterzing

Rushing well-secured on the ziplines, swinging from tree to tree, climbing onto steps, crossing suspension bridges and resting on hammocks: located just a few minutes from the historic centre of Sterzing/Vipiteno, the Skytrek high ropes course awaits skillful explorers to rise above themselves.

Rafting in Sterzing

There is no better place to experience the forces of nature than in the rushing waters of the Eisack river in the locality of Freienfeld/Campo di Trens near the city of Sterzing/Vipiteno. When rafting, you will experience an outstanding adventure in water, accompanied by experienced and certified guides.

Ratschings Mountain Adventure World

Ready to discover the world of ants and marmots, jungle gyms, water features, a petting zoo and information boards on the local flora and fauna? Starting at the mountain station of Ratschings/Racines, this 45-minute circular trail – which is also suitable for prams – introduces you to nature in a very special way, leading along alpine meadows and forests. 

Gilfenklamm gorge & waterfalls

An excursion through the gorge called Gilfenklamm is a very special experience: it will lead you across wooden paths and bridges to rushing and powerful waterfalls. The gorge is framed by white marble walls and reveals the unbridled power of the water – a truly exceptional spectacle of nature.

Bärenbachl water and adventure park

On the road with Noah: the little brown bear leads children through the Bergeralm ski and recreation area, located in the northern Wipptal valley. The “Bärenbachl”, a thrilling water experience, as well as a varied and educational adventure hiking trail are sure to excite children's hearts.

South Tyrol Mining Museum, Ridnaun

Head below ground into the old mines, which are part of the South Tyrol Mining Museum in Ridnaun/Ridanna. Some of the facilities are still intact, allowing visitors to experience the production process of 150 years ago by means of fully-functioning machines. A special feature: at this place, young and adults alike will turn into miners themselves!

Wolfsthurn castle in Mareit

The baroque Wolfsthurn Castle, overlooking the locality of Mareit/Mareta, invites you to embark on an exciting journey back in time: it is home to the South Tyrolean Museum of Hunting and Fishing and features state rooms dating back to the 18th and 19th centuries as well as museum spaces where children can discover more about alpine animals.