Summer in the Almenregion Gitschberg Jochtal promises unforgettable days for older and younger guests alike. Themed hiking trails for families, leisurely cycling tours to more than 30 Almen with animals to pet and lots of space for playing ensure happy kids.
Almencard, which you receive free of charge for the duration of your stay with your host, offers even more diversity. Use the cable car facilities of the region free of charge and experience South Tyrol in all its facets when joining our diversified framework programme. With Almencard PLUS, you additionally use all public transport means throughout South Tyrol free of charge and are also granted free admission to over 80 museums.
Plan your family vacation in the Almenregion Gitschberg Jochtal as individual as you please!
Hiking tips for families
- Family hike Mühlbach – Mühlbacher Klause
The historical dam was for the first time mentioned in a document as early as in 1269. A visit is worth your while and takes you far back in time, all the way to knights and damsels.
- Almencard tip: Discover wild herbs, game & the inconspicuous along the way to the Rodenecker-Lüsner Alm.
- Hike to the spectacular Fane Alm with cows, sheep and a typical mountain chapel from 1898 at an altitude of 1,739 metres.
Tips for family trips
- Explore the Pustertaler cycle trail: With bikemobil Card you can comfortably use buses, trains and rental bicycles in the whole of South Tyrol and easily get from place to place.
- A trip to the Alpinpool Meransen experience pool guarantees fun for water lovers and impresses with views of the Dolomites.
- Trip to Bruneck with shopping and a visit of the MMM - Messner Mountain Museum Ripa.
GIMMY’s adventure tips for kids
- Almencard tip: Krixly Kraxly – trial climbing for children between 5-9 years of age in Jochtal and/or Kletterhetz – trial climbing for children between 10-14 years of age in Vals.
- Almencard tip: Horse-sleigh rides for kids in Meransen, from age 5.
- How about a round of mini golf in Meransen or Vahrn?