Collepietra



Located just 13 km north east of the regional capital Bolzano on a plateau in the legendary Catinaccio- Latemar region, is the idyllic mountain village of Collepietra (Steinegg) plus the villages of Blumau, Cornedo (Karneid) and San Valentino (Gummer).

Holiday in Collepietra (Steinegg) - South Tyrol


The idyllic mountain village of Collepietra with its fractions Prato all'Isarco, Cornedo and San Valentino in Campo is located 13km north-east of the capital of Bolzano, situated on a high plateau in the midst of the legendary Catinaccio/Latemar area. A far cry from noise and traffic, you will enjoy a relaxing and peaceful hiking holiday in the Dolomites in the heart of the South Tyrolean Dolomites. Enjoy the breathtaking panoramic view of the Sciliar, the Catinaccio and the Latemar massive and of the impressive gorge of Val d'Ega in the south-west and over Val d'Isarco and Val di Tires in the north-east while hiking in Collepietra. The extremely favourable location offers infinite possibilities for your well-earned, relaxing holiday in Collepietra. Stay in one of the hotels in Collepietra, where your hosts bid you a warm welcome and do the utmost to make your stay an unforgettable one. After strenuous hiking tours on Catinaccio and Latemar you will be pampered from top to toe in one of the wellness hotels in Collepietra.

Catinaccio/Latemar in the Dolomites - a true hikers' paradise


The mild climate and the favourable location in the midst of the unique Dolomite region around Catinaccio and Latemar offer the perfect conditions for your hiking holiday in the South Tyrolean Dolomites. The wide array of hiking and walking trails guarantees something to suit every taste and age. Numerous hiking trails, most of which are circle paths, lead through beautiful scenery and run past rural taverns and inns, inviting you to recharge your batteries with South Tyrolean specialties in a wonderful setting. Let the South Tyrolean mountains work their magic on you during spectacular hiking tours in the Dolomites to the mountain tops of Sciliar, Passo Nigra or Catinaccio. Other popular destinations are Lake Carezza, the nearby Val d'Ega, Nova Ponente or the famous place of pilgrimage Pietralba. Make the most of the wide offer during your hiking holiday in Collepietra!

Active relaxation during your holiday in the Dolomites


Your holiday in Collepietra offers exciting hiking tours in the Dolomites, but during your holiday in South Tyrol you will also enjoy a whole feast of leisure activities in this picturesque mountain village. With a network of more than 100km of cycling trails for all abilities, Collepietra and its surroundings are a veritable haven for mountain bikers. In the summer, many hotels in Collepietra offer special mountain bike weeks. Mountain climbing enthusiasts will have their fill when they go hiking at Catinaccio/Latemar, a mountain climbers' paradise and at the nearby Sciliar massive. Take advantage of the numerous leisure facilities during your active holiday in the Dolomites: a public pool, playgrounds for kids, tennis courts, a fitness path, skittle alleys, a shooting stand and a leisure and sports fishery.

Culture and sights during your holiday in Collepietra


Your hiking holiday in Collepietra is the perfect opportunity for visiting South Tyrol's first and only public observatory. The public observatory Max Valier is situated in the village of San Valentino in Campo - when the weather is good in the summer, you can see the overwhelming firmament. Your cultural programme during your holiday in Collepietra would not be complete without a visit to the museum of local history in Collepietra, where you will gain an insight into Tyrolean history and tradition. Why not go fo a hiking tour along the pyramid circle path through beautiful meadows and deciduous woodland to the earth pyramids of Collepietra, dating back to the Ice Age? The numerous earth cones with stones at their top point to the sky. The mighty Cornedo Castle, the monument of Collepietra, is situated above the gorge of Val d'Ega.

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