The warm time of year is particularly beautiful in South Tyrol, on the sunny side of the Alps. The pleasantly warm climate, the countless sunny days and the azure blue sky encourage people to exercise in the fresh air. Many excursions start by just stepping out the front door and lead to the surrounding villages, meadows, forests, alpine pastures and mountain peaks on a hiking holiday in Val Pusteria. If you spend a hiking holiday in Val Pusteria with your family, you can choose, for example, the well signposted Gaiser Waalweg through woods and meadows, which was used for irrigation until 1950 and offers interesting cultural-historical insights over two kilometres today. Culture lovers on a hiking holiday in Val Pusteria/Pustertal will opt for the Gais culture trail. The picturesque trail invites you to reflect and meditate; artists have installed works along the path with which they pay tribute to great personalities whose lives once led to Gais.