Snowshoeing at the Reschen pass – walk through a winter wonderland
If skiing or snowboarding is not for you, you still do not have to completely give up on trips to the gorgeous snowy winter landscape of the Reschen and its surroundings. A wonderful idea is snowshoeing at the Reschen pass. Put on your snowshoes and head out for a winter hike under glorious sunshine out in the fresh air that opens up your lungs. Explore the wintry forests, visit secluded pastures above the Reschen lake and discover the silence of the winter landscape.
Great ways of enjoying snowshoeing offers the lake hike St. Valentin, a hike from Reschen to Rojen and finally to Schöneben or a trip from Reschen to Tenders. More sporty snowshoe hikers who like to explore the high alpine landscape also get their money´s worth and can book a guided snowshoe hike at the Reschen pass in one of the ski schools. Several ski rentals and sports shops in the holiday region Reschen pass also offer snowshoes to borrow, so that you are well equipped for your snowshoeing experience in South Tyrol.


 

©Vinschgau Marketing – Frieder Blickle

©Vinschgau Marketing – Frieder Blickle

Winter hiking in South Tyrol – discover a paradise of snow and ice
Even on a winter walk, you can enjoy the clean air, the warm sun rays and the silence of the south tyrolean winter landscapes. Discover pastures and cottages, which offer the ideal opportunity for a short break and a delicious south tyrolean meal with traditional specialties.
Winter hiking at the Reschen pass is possible during a circular walk around the pass or the Haider lake, or you decide to go for a hike from Melag to the Melager alp. Find more than 110 kilometers of cleared and specially groomed slopes for paths in the nearby Austrian ski resort Nauders. Numerous ski huts and restaurants in and around Nauders are waiting to welcome you and offer you besides regional delicacies the typical magic of south tyrolean huts which rounds the experienced winter walk out perfectly.