Montan / Montagna

The picturesque and peaceful village of Montan / Montagna is located on the western flanks, directly in the Trudner Horn / Monte Corno Nature Park, about 500 meters above the valley floor. Below the Enn Castle, which dominates the scene, you’ll find the picturesque center of the village with its steep cobblestone streets, houses standing shoulder to shoulder, and garden walls. The village of Montan in South Tyrol includes the hamlets of Pinzon / Pinzano, Glen / Gleno, Kalditsch / Doladizza, Gschnon / Casignano, and Kaltenbrunn / Fontanefredde – scattered all over the sunny plateau and nestled amidst well-groomed fruit orchards and vineyards. The climatic conditions allow the best Pinot Noir to be found in South Tyrol to thrive here.


A variety of beautiful hiking trails of every level of difficulty can be found here. You can undertake an easy stroll, while more-ambitious vacationers can attempt a challenging hike in the mountains. Easy, pleasant outings to the valley floor are possible, through charming vineyards and past impressive manors. To the right and left of the Etsch / Adige River, you’ll find numerous hiking tours for the whole family, where you can conquer summits and enjoy magnificent panoramic views. Hiking vacation amidst palms and alpine meadows in the south of South Tyrol.


Are you in the mood for something special? And are you interested in nature, landscapes, and mountains? In the GEOPARC Bletterbach (part of the UNESCO World Nature Heritage Site of the Dolomites), you can have excitement, experience Mother Nature at her finest, and explore an impressive canyon – all at once.


From here, you can admire vistas reaching far out into the Etsch / Adige Valley. The area can also boast a rich history. Ancient rock walls and foundations are testimony of fortifications dating back to late antiquity and even a prehistoric settlement.

The Trudner Horn Nature Park

The Trudner Horn / Monte Corno Nature Park offers pristine wilderness and is the ideal day-trip for all hikers. At the Trudner Horn Nature Park, you’ll be enchanted by crystal-clear streams, forests, impressive mountains, and fields of wildflowers.

The Dolomites

Montan offers ideal conditions for pleasant and charming hikes: Peaceful lakes, historical sites with a mystic atmosphere – all of this in the midst of extensive fruit orchards and vineyards.


Rich in tradition and modern. Elegant and down-to-earth. Few other cities offer so many contrasts, and are yet so fascinating and multi-facetted as the cities of South Tyrol. The point of intersection of two cultures.


Walking instead of standing,this is the motto of the Black and White Trail, the new long-distance hiking trail in the south of South Tyrol. It is 77.3 km long in total, divided into six stages that lead from village to village, through forests and chestnut groves, over peaks and through vineyards.


Throughout the year, South Tyrol is a gigantic fitness center for relaxed or heavy-duty activity in the Great Outdoors. Especially in the south of South Tyrol, one can experience a rich landscape reaching from apple orchards on the valley floor (200 meters above sea-level) and the summit of the Weisshorn / Corno Bianco (2,317 meters above sea-level).


The wine villages along the South Tyrolean Wine Route are perfectly suited for cycling beginning in the spring. The bike trails around the Trudner Horn / Monte Corno Nature Park will take you through this unique, exciting, and variegated landscape.


Take full advantage of your vacation and play at the most-beautiful tennis courts in the south of South Tyrol. Two sand courts in a stunning location are waiting for here in Montan / Montagna.


A few curves up the mountainside and you’ll reach the Petersberg golf course. The 18-hole tournament links are located on a high-altitude plateau more than 1,200 meters above sea-level, amidst a magnificent landscape of meadows and forests in wonderful South Tyrol.


Embracing the face of the cliff – South Tyrol was and is one of the most-important goals for rock climbers. The little village of Mühlen (near Truden / Trodena), just ten minutes from us, is waiting for guests in one of the most-popular climbing facilities of South Tyrol.


Warm water, Mediterranean flair, and lots of nice people. Guests at South Tyrol’s bathing lakes and numerous outdoor swimming pools can relax and enjoy the water from May till September.


How would you like to experience the quaint custom of Törggelen? Törggelen is a time-honored tradition in South Tyrol. Numerous wine taverns enrich South Tyrol’s splendid landscape and offer a unique atmosphere in which to enjoy good wine and rustic dishes.

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