skytrek vipiteno Climbing in the tree peaks ... this is pure nature experience! Even if you are always assured, it requires courage, skill and overcoming. You have to grow beyond yourself and go to your limits. You will experience thrill and adventure!

Cascades of Stange
The Gilfenklamm – It is on the whole world the only narrow gorge, which cuts into white South Tyrolean marble. This bizarre gorge with its extraordinary beauty is surely one of South Tyrolean most important natural monuments. Walking through the narrow gorge, which lies between high walls of rock is an adventure. During the walk you hear the enormous thundering of the water, see the spray of the waterfalls and witness the rapid stream.

mountain adventure world - Racines The adventure area is located near the cableway uphill station and consists in a picturesque ring trail with lots of original attractions. Adults and children can play and have fun while learning many things about the Alpine world. The path is ideal for families with children and anyone looking for fun and adventure.

The world of mining Ridnaun Schneeberg Discover the extreme conditions in which miners extracted the treasure of the Alps, bringing fame, power and wealth to kings, princes and bishops. A separation system still in working order, the miner's homes, the tourist itinerary inside the tunnel and the longest open-air haulage system on tracks in the world with a horse-drawn section and enormous braking system are just some of the attractions of Schneeberg World.

Castle Wolfsthurn Mareit Wolfsthurn is the only genuine Baroque castle in South Tyrol, still in private ownership. It is now accessible as museum for hunt and fishing and imparts an idea of noble life and of hunting as a part of culture.

Reifenstein Castle
Reifenstein Castle sits on the rock that rises to the southwest of Sterzing / Vipiteno. Reifenstein in its history was never captured and destroyed and therefore now it is the best-preserved fortress of South Tyrol.

Multscher Museum and Sterzing Civic Museum The Multscher Museum conserves parts of the grandiose altar made up of four famous altarpieces, built for the Parish Church of Sterzing by Hans Multscher of Ulm between 1456 and 1459. The Sterzing Civic Museum is accommodated in the baroque halls. Various murals depict the city and the surrounding area, as well as fragments of the history of the Teutonic Order.