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Whether for the view or for the challenge, climbing the mountainous peaks in South Tyrol is the best way to experience more of this beautiful region. But with 20 to choose from, it can be tough to know which peak to proceed with. That’s why we’ve collected the best peaks and summits in South Tyrol for you here — so you can easily add one to your next adventure.

The top 20 peaks in South Tyrol

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    1

    Knottnkino

    Hiking Highlight

    As a tour on a relaxed day or with a dog super nice to go. Please wear sturdy shoes, as it is sometimes steeper and may be slippery due to gravel

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    2

    Seceda

    Hiking Highlight

    The Seceda mountain station is the starting point for many hikes, e.g. through the Pana-Scharte (for experienced) via the Brogleshütte to Raschötz. From the summit cross of the Seceda gigantic …

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    Chris
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    3

    Kastelbell

    Bike Touring Highlight

    Nice little village with a really cool castle. The castle has already gone through a lot. From a military fortress, it developed into a stately palace and was finally abandoned …

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    Tip by
    Betty
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    4

    Roen

    Hiking Highlight

    Parked at the Mendel Pass, to the Roen and back approx. 17 km with at least 800 altitude meters.
    The HM is concentrated 2 km before the summit, then it …

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    Wolfram
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    5

    Hirzer Gipfel

    Hiking Highlight

    The only summit on my Alpine crossing. Requires a little climbing and you should be free from giddiness.

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    Nico G
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    6

    In contrast to the information on the right, I would describe this mountain peak as partially family-friendly. Because: the path from the Sella Pass remains below 1000 meters in ascent. …

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    Martl
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    7

    Paternkofel

    Mountaineering Highlight

    It is best to start very early

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    Sabrina
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    8

    Meran 2000 Bergstation

    Hiking Highlight

    MERAN 2000 - EVERYTHING FOR A ENJOYING PERIOD

    The hiking and recreation area Meran 2000 attracts sun-kissed people from the city to the mountain. With the largest cable car in …

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    Heinz
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    9

    Sensational service ... sensational delicious munch ... Panorama: WOW !!!
    The location is great ... the Schlern in the back, the view towards Merano and Bolzano ... super nice ... …

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    Dirk
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    10

    Fantastically beautiful panoramic view. 4h ascent from the parking lot at Braies Lake Braies. Easy climbing from the Seekofelhütte to the summit cross.
    From the parking lot to the Seekofelhütte about 3 hours, easy ascent.

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    11

    Wilde Kreuzspitze

    Hiking Highlight

    A highlight in the truest sense of the word! The view from the summit is breathtaking and the tedious increase in debris and the small Kraxeleinlage below the summit cross …

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    Iris
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    12

    Klammeben und Hirzerbahn

    Hiking Highlight

    There is less activity in the morning. If you are too late you are at the bottom part of 1h

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    13

    Rifugio Sasso Piatto

    Hiking Highlight

    A large hut with accommodation - great views to the Plattkofel and the Marmolada!

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    14

    Similaun

    Mountaineering Highlight

    At over 3,600 meters high, the Similaun summit has its special charm due to the glacier ascent and its very scree summit location. The view into Schnalstal with the turquoise reservoir is gigantic.

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    15

    Passo dello Stelvio

    Road Cycling Highlight

    She is also known as the "Queen of the Pass roads". Truly bold is the road leading up to 2757m, to one of the highest alpine passes. The 48-sweeping driveway …

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    Stephanie
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    16

    Passo Sella

    Road Cycling Highlight

    The Sella Pass is one of the four passes on the Sella Ronda and at 2,244 meters the highest on the Dolomite circuit. You have two options - depending on …

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    17

    Mahdalm

    Hiking Highlight

    Brotzeit and a Weindal is always guad to regenerate😃

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    18

    Stoanerne Mandln

    Hiking Highlight

    On the summit plateau of the Schöneck in the Sarntal valley, hikers can expect over 100 interesting figures. From stone slabs they are piled up the "Stoanernen Mandln". For half …

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    19

    The Großer Ifinger is also known as the local mountain of Schenna and is located at an altitude of 2,581m. The summit offers a wonderful panoramic view. However, since the …

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    Heinz
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    20

    Pfitscherjoch-Haus

    Hiking Highlight

    Since 1888, the Pfitscherjoch-Haus has been up here - making it the oldest Alpine club hut in South Tyrol. To this day, it is managed as a family business of …

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