At the Fragsburg Waterfall, water impresses visitors as an element of life with its elementary power and beauty. Surrounded by wild and romantic nature, the water of the tallest waterfall in South Tyrol roars and tumbles 135 metres into the depths. You can hike through apple orchards and vineyards and be in this secluded spot in 20 minutes.
There are several kilometres of hiking routes along the Waalwege paths, which have been used as an irrigation system for Alpine valleys with low rainfall since the reign of Maria Theresa. The walk along the slow-flowing water channels is a leisurely one, as there are no notable inclines. The Lagundo Waalweg is particularly worthwhile.
Surrounded by majestic spruce and larch trees, the Hirzer mountain region is a genuine hiking paradise. The paths wind scenically from meadow to meadow up to a summit 2,781 metres above sea level. Nature lovers will find their happy place here, where they can forget about the hustle and bustle of daily life. Fans of authentic experiences will love stopping off at rustic cabins such as the Gompm Alm.