Your summer holiday in South Tyrol
Active in the Dolomites, active in the Italian Alps
Almost too kitschy to be true: dreamlike views of the Dolomites, lush green meadows and golden autumn days await you in the Casies Valley. Discover the breathtaking landscape during your active holiday in the Casies Valley.
Reach the summit, experience moments of joy
The Italian Alps are a true paradise for people loving nature and sports. Anyone who has already spent an active holiday in the Casies Valley is wont to come back. Anyone who likes to move around in nature, breathe in the fresh mountain air and love the feeling of happiness at the top of a mountain, is very welcome here at the Mountain Residence Montana.
Alpine huts in summer
The Casies Valley is famous for its alpine huts. Many of the alpine huts are open in summer and winter and offer a crowning conclusion with a traditional meal after a strenuous hike.
MTB and E-Biking
The Casies Valley also has a lot to offer to enthusiastic mountain bikers and cyclists with many trails and famouse passes nearby. So a cycling holiday in the Casies Valley is always worthwhile!
Via ferratas in the Dolomites
The Tre Cime holiday region is famous for the Dolomites and their countless mountain peaks.This diversity is reflected especially in the different degrees of difficulty of the fixed rope routes which offer something for professional climbers as well as beginners of all ages.
High ropes courses
If you don't feel like climbing a peak during your holiday, high ropes courses offer a welcome alternative to still be able to exercise in nature.
Paragliding at Plan de Corones and the Casies Valley
Those who are free from giddiness can enjoy a view to the Dolomites from above. This change of perspective is definitely worthwhile.
Horse riding in the Casies valley
You can not only hike, bike or view the Gsiesertal from the air, but also explore it on four hooves.
To bring even more variety into your holiday, the Casies Valley has a sports fiel where you can enjoy your tennis passion.
Fishermen also have some fun in the Gsiesertal. There is a variety of waters where you can pull out all kinds of fish.
Climbing halls in the Pustertal
You want to go climbing, but the bad weather puts a spoke in your wheel? Then a climbing hall in the area would be the best offer. Take the chance and explore our climbing halls in South Tyrol.