- 02:387.99 mi3.0 mph1,300 ft1,300 ft
There are several ways to get from St. Christina to St. Ulrich and we decided to take the Legendenweg today. This tells the legend of the Jacobs chapel on several information boards and makes the way very entertaining. Especially when there are children. (You can use the altitude profile to assess whether your children can do it.) Past the Jacobs chapel, you can take hiking trail no. 6 to Ortisei. Shortly before Ortisei you can then decide whether to hike directly or via the Annatal to Ortisei. If there are children, the latter is highly recommended as there is a large playground and a climbing garden in Annatal. Incidentally, the Pauli Hütte is also on this path and invites you to stop and sunbathe.
From Ortisei you can go back to St. Christina in various ways. Quite by bus if there are children!
I would like to give a hint.
If you take the loop over the Annatal you have to go down a 250m long stair path. You may have to take children by the hand there!
June 28, 2020
The start / finish of the tour was Plan de Gralba. At the beginning, she climbed a couple of meters. Past the Valongia hut to the Comici hut and then up to the Ciampinoi. Then we continued along the panorama path through the stone town to the Sella Joch and on to the Malaga hut, which is located slightly below. Our insider tip for the tour. It is nicely protected and is not too big. By the way, you can also eat very well. Try the soup with cheese dumplings. Delicious 😋
From here it goes comfortably back to the starting point.
A bit of physical fitness is required especially for the ascent, but from then on you can just enjoy yourself.
Advice for bikers - There is also a great bike park with a family tour and a somewhat challenging tour
June 27, 2020
- 03:4711.1 mi2.9 mph2,250 ft2,400 ft
18 km circular route with start and finish in St. Christina.
After a short downhill the most strenuous part of the tour begins. It goes up to the Hartl and that means "climb" with steep parts. It's worth the effort, because here you have a completely different view of St. Christina. At 1800m altitude you continue on a wide hiking trail and every now and then you have great views of Sassolungo and Sassolungo. Unfortunately it was cloudy, so the corresponding pictures are missing here. After a while it goes back down to the valley, but then a bit up to Saltria. From here you can take hiking trail no. 30 to Monte Pana. Here you can again reach the 1800 m. Finally it goes back down to St. Christina past the beautiful waterfall.
The tour is quite long and there is only the opportunity to stop at Saltria and Monte Pana!
June 26, 2020
Very nice wide valley, ideal for a "relaxing or family hike" It is steadily but comfortably uphill. You hardly notice the 250 vertical meters. After 4.5 km, however, the cosiness is over. Experienced can climb up to the Puez Hut via a now narrowing hiking path! If you don't want that, you just turn around.
June 25, 2020
- 02:325.92 mi2.3 mph1,150 ft3,200 ft
Great tour with 2 great highlights - Before we could start the tour, we hiked from our guesthouse to the Col Raiser gondola. (Separate tour description) With the gondola we went to the starting point and then continued on foot. First up to the Trojer hut where you have a great view. Continue towards Pic. The climb is not entirely without. You should be sure-footed on the path. Once at the top you will be rewarded with a fabulous view. Geisler Group, Sella Massiv, Lang- u. Plattkofel and Alpe di Siusi. From there the descent begins and after 30 minutes the next highlight is waiting. The Seurasas hut. You just have to be here. Just look at the pictures. We only went downhill to our pension. On paths and trails, sometimes quite steep.
June 24, 2020