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Vacation in Bressanone / South Tyrol Summer fun on three wheels

Are you looking for an active holiday in Brixen? The Nussbaumerhof is a box seat with a view on all the attractions that Plose has to offer. From St. Leonhard it is only a stone’s throw to the Plose-Seilbahn. This begins running in June, and opens up the summer season on the Brixner Hausberg. Here you will find a huge range of activities like mountain biking, hang gliding and marathon running right down to the newest ways to have fun in the mountains. How about a go on a mountain cart, for example? This is a combination of bike, go-cart and mountain bike, and you can drive it through the forest down to the Plose-Talstation. Great fun for children and adults!

Are you looking for an active holiday in Brixen? The Nussbaumerhof is a box seat with a view on all the attractions that Plose has to offer. From St. Leonhard it is only a stone’s throw to the Plose-Seilbahn. This begins running in June, and opens up the summer season on the Brixner Hausberg. Here you will find a huge range of activities like mountain biking, hang gliding and marathon running right down to the newest ways to have fun in the mountains. How about a go on a mountain cart, for example? This is a combination of bike, go-cart and mountain bike, and you can drive it through the forest down to the Plose-Talstation. Great fun for children and adults!

Active holidays in Bressanone

Or have you ever tried geocaching? With the help of a GPS or smartphone, you go on a treasure hunt. You find the treasure with the help of GPS coordinates, a bit of wit, and some patience. A joy for children, tech-geeks and adults still young at heart. The treasure is not gold – but a booklet in which you enter all successful points. There is also a web portal for showing off your achievements to the rest of the world! Some of the geocaching treasure is hidden on the Plose – so give it a go. Another high point of families is the Woodywalk. This leads from the Plose-Bergstation to Rossalm and gives children many things to explore and discover. There is a wooden raft, hammer mill and tree telephone near the path itself. There are also wooden sculptures along the way to try out gymnastics and agility games.

Courage and condition

The Plose is an Eldorado for endurance sports enthusiasts. That is why the Brixen Dolomiten Marathon has taken place here for many years. It is a chance for advanced runners to compare their physical condition. The local mountain is also popular among downhill riders. The Caidom competition has taken place here for many years, where participants race through the forest on special bikes. There are also less extreme options: the Brixencard gives you a free trip each day on the Plose-Seilbahn. Why not ride up the mountain and enjoy a nice cup of cappuccino with a mountain panorama?

Holiday for eyes and soul during spring

Early in the year is a time for all those holidaymakers with an eye for topographical beauty. At the end of March and beginning of April, the orchards are in full bloom under a blue sky against the magnificent backdrop of snow-covered mountains. The landscape is decorated, and is ripe for hiking. But the main season has yet to begin, and it remains peaceful in the mountains and in the valleys. That does not mean that there is nothing to do: in Brixen, the Kassiansprozession takes place shortly after Easter – a musical high point. A celebratory service in the cathedral hosts several choirs. The Brixner Bürgerkapelle accompanies the procession along with others through the city, culminating in a finale at the cathedral.

A real draw is the Apfelblütenfest in Natz/Schabs. This is where the greatest variety of crowned heads come together: apple queens, bacon and hop queens, hay princesses, sugar fairies and other living incarnations of their respective religions. The high point is the royal festival procession, surrounded by music and South Tyrolean specialities. On the subject of specialities: in March, you can take part in the Eisacktaler Kost, where 43 guest businesses present their typical dishes in a modern guide – along with cherished wines from the region, of course. The gastronomic week Eisacktaler Kost has been running for 43 years. This counts among the oldest culinary events of its type in the whole of South Tyrol.

Hiking in a sea of blossom

Walkers can enjoy the blossom hike in spring on the apple plateau. You start this circular walk in the main square in Natz, head off to Flötscher Weiher and then follow the Raiermoos back to Natz. But why ramble into the distance? Right by your accommodation at Nussbaumerhof is a very nice circular walk, beginning in Milland and going via Mellaun, St. Andrä and Mairdorf back to the starting point.

Season for bons viveurs Autumn in Bressanone

During autumn, there are two events right at the top of the Brixen events calendar: Törggelen and the Brot- und Strudelmarkt in October. During Törggelen you can try hearty local dishes, chestnuts and wines in many guest houses and on the farms around Brixen. There is also a Törggele-Markt. During the Brotund Strudelmarkt the baking masters have their turn to show off their wares. It is an experience for both young and old: wandering around the Domplatz gives you the chance to experience a range of breads and other baked goods. You can also learn a bit about traditional agriculture and artisan baking at live presentations and demonstrations.

Conquer the Eisacktal on foot

When autumn is showing its prettiest side – sun, blue sky, mild temperatures – nobody stays inside. From the Nussbaumerhof, some of the most beautiful hiking paths in the Eisacktal are right by the door. There is the Brixner Höhenweg for example, an easy hike, which goes from the Plose-Seilbahn mountain station to the traditionally cultivated Ochsenalm. If you take the the route to the Plosehütte, you will reach the Telegraph, the highest point of the Plosemassiv. There is a superb view up there. But it is not all about the Plose. Do not miss the Keschtnweg, an easy walk with many opportunities to stop off for refreshments, and a magnificent view into the valley. You can start in Vahrn, and hike via Feldthurns to the Kloster Säben, which is always worth a visit. The Keschtnweg is around 60 kilometres long in total, and goes all the way to Bozen and Ritten. For many holidaymakers, this is the epitome of winter fun. A further straightforward and beautiful hike is the Brixner Promenade, beginning in Milland and going via the Rienzschlucht to the Kloster Neustift.

Törggelen in the Eisack Valley South Tyrol

Törggelen in the Isarco Eisack / South Tyrol

Törggelen is an ancient South Tyrolean tradition oft he areas where sweet chest nuts and wine grow well. The word it self comes from the term“Torggel”, the room with the wine press. Today, the South Tyrolean people celebrate Törggelen in the fall, with merry get-togethers to taste the new wine, to enjoy a hearty meal of barley soup, “Schlutzkrapfen” (homemade ravioli), cheese dumplings, meat platters, sausages, pork ribs and sauerkraut. Nuts, apples, sweet donuts and roasted chestnuts generally follow the sumptuous meal.

Törggelen is an ancient South Tyrolean tradition oft he areas where sweet chest nuts and wine grow well. The word it self comes from the term“Torggel”, the room with the wine press. Today, the South Tyrolean people celebrate Törggelen in the fall, with merry get-togethers to taste the new wine, to enjoy a hearty meal of barley soup, “Schlutzkrapfen” (homemade ravioli), cheese dumplings, meat platters, sausages, pork ribs and sauerkraut. Nuts, apples, sweet donuts and roasted chestnuts generally follow the sumptuous meal.

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