The Jochgrimm features climatic and geographic conditions that make it a perfect and beautiful base camp for high-altitude training – of growing importance for both leisure sport enthusiasts and professional athletes.
So, besides the idyllic landscape (with running trails, mountainbike routes, hiking paths for every level, and cross-country courses), visitors can also profit from the pristine high-altitude air for optimal and healthy training conditions.
The culinary specialties served in our restaurants, B&Bs, and alpine huts – prepared with fresh and healthy South Tyrolean ingredients from our region – thus round out the comprehensive training package available here.
The Jochgrimm is an incomparable starting-point for undertaking countless superb hikes and numerous mountainclimbing tours on the Reggelberg, to the mountains of the Eggen Valley, or in the Dolomites of South Tyrol. Due to the vast number of different hiking destinations and options available here in the south of South Tyrol, we will mention only a few highlights. Numerous local Internet sites and hiking guides can provide you with more tips, insider information, and suggested routes.
Among others, there are routes to the Weisshorn/Corno Bianco (2317 m), Schwarzhorn/Corno Nero (2437 m) and also the Zanggenberg (2,488 m), with wonderful panoramic views of the sorroundings
There’s also a wonderfully relaxing hike over the meadows to the famed Sanctuary of Maria Weissenstein/Pietralba.
Everyone has heard of them. From movies, photographs, and stories. Many have attempted to describe them and to capture their atmosphere – with words, and in pictures. But the magic you feel when you stand on them, hike through them, or when you stare in awe at them, can only be experienced in person.
The Dolomites, this world-famous range of mountains also known as the “Monti Pallidi” (the “Pale Mountains”) in Italian, extend over five Italian provinces: South Tyrol, Trentino, Belluno, Udine, and Pordenone. They are also home to five nature parks.More about the dolomites
It was included in the list of because of its special beauty and geological importance. A mysterious and impressive experience in the Unterland of South Tyrol that simply mustn’t be missed!
The Bletterbach Gorge is a canyon carved out of the western flank of the Weisshorn/Corno Bianco over the course of millennia. It has a length of about 8 km and a depth of up to 400 meters and belongs to the communities of Aldein/Aldino and Radein/Redagno. It features not only fascinating rock formations – like the wild “Butterloch,” rocky basin with a whirlpool – but also geological strata allowing you to trace Earth’s history back millions of years.More about the GEOPARC Bletterbach
The Great Dolomites Road leads from Bozen/Bolzano, via the Carezza Pass into the Fassa Valley. Continue via the Pordoi Pass (2,239 meters above sea-level) and via the Falzarego Pass (2,105 m) to Cortina d’Ampezzo. This one-day stretch is about 110 km long and is well built, with a lot of curves, and offers stunning alpine views (including the Rose Garden, the Sella Massif, the Geisler Peaks, the Langkofel, and the Marmolada).
You can explore typical South Tyrolean mountain areas and villages on numerous other, shorter and individual tours for motorists and motorcyclists which will take you through the valleys of the Dolomites and through the passes.
The idyllic alpine meadow landscape around Aldein/Aldino,, Petersberg/Monte S. Pietro, and Deutschnofen/Nova Ponente with countless beautiful managed alpine huts (Schönrastalm, Schmieder Alm, Lahner Alm, Neuhüttalm, Laab Alm) invites you to go on easy roundtrip walks. Experience it with all your senses – Stop and listen, smell, admire, take a little rest, and enjoy the blossoming meadows and quiet forests. And sample the delicious South Tyrolean bacon while sipping from a glass of good local red wine.Discover the alpine huts and hotels of Passo Oclini