Hiking means enjoying nature and doing something good for body, mind and soul. The Passeiertal is a true hiking paradise with countless opportunities for hiking with different levels of difficulty.
Particularly popular are the trips to idyllic pastures and mountain farms. In addition to the walking and hiking trails in high elevations, there are also many easy-to-walk trails and easy tours especially for families with small children.
In recent years, some theme paths have been established. Among others the Schluchtenweg, the Kummerseerundweg, the Sonnenrundweg and many more.
Whether a bike ride on the beautiful bike route on the Passer or a great mountain bike tour through the Passeir mountains. With us, the cyclists get their money's worth.
With the road bike also recommend tours to Jaufenpass and Timmelsjoch.
In the outdoor pools of St. Leonhard in Passeier and St. Martin in Passeier you can immerse yourself in the refreshing water. The public free swimming pools offer bathing fun for the whole family in the hot months, a great experience for adults and children.
Adventure outdoor pool St. Leonhard
Gänsboden 14/16 - St. Leonhard (behind the sports field) - Tel. +39 0473 656226
Opening hours: Monday to Sunday from 09:30 to 19:30
Closed: Tuesday, only in bad weather!
The Passeier Valley offers a number of climbing opportunities: Families and moderate climbers feel especially at home in various climbing gardens. Depending on the season, the offer includes shady, sunny and high altitude areas. Thus, the Passeier is a good holiday destination for climbing enthusiasts who love fascination, movement and emotions.
The selection of climbing gardens and walls in the Passeier Valley:
Stuls (at the "Unterstuaner Hof")
Rock crystal (before Pfelders opposite Gasthof Bergkristall)
Moss (towards Bunker Mooseum)
Customs (a few km to Gomion at St. Leonhard, right is a single house)
In Obermais above Meran, where the Austrian Empress Elisabeth used to visit on a regular basis, there are now the gardens of Trauttmansdorff Castle. Today, the castle houses the Museum of Tourism (Touriseum). It is about 200 years of Tyrolean tourism history. More than 100,000 plants, including 3,000 different species, have been planted in the four garden areas. Particularly interesting: grotto with multimedia show, geological mosaic as walkable rock world of Tyrol, Japanese garden, orchid house.