The magic of variety is the term that describes the Valle Aurina best. It is the most northern, and one of the biggest side valleys in South Tyrol. Valle Aurina is one of the valleys with the most water in the Alpine region with the Aurino river flowing into Rienza river near Brunico.
Look forward to climbing high summits, enjoying cultural and historic hikes, and discovering the splendid landscape. In Campo Tures, the Vedrette di Ries-Aurina Nature Park House offers something for everyone, old or young. And finally, Tures Castle tells one of the most exciting stories of the past. Another highlight in this hiking region is the Mining Museum in Predoi, telling the more than 500-year old history of mining in Valle Aurina. In the side valleys like Valle Selva dei Molini or Riva di Tures you are spoiled for choice in summer and winter. During your hike you should definitely take a break in one of the alpine huts in Valle Aurina to enjoy the local delights, especially the typical “grey cheese”. Don’t wait! The Valle Aurina hiking guides are pleased to accompanying you. If you are looking for a hiking guide in Valle Aurina, you’ll find him here.
Meaning banner “registered in the special register“:
This member is registered in the special register of Wanderleiter/Wanderleiterinnen in accordance with the provincial law of 13 December 1991, No. 33.
Die Wanderführer Südtirols der weiteren Regionen findest du hier: Vinschgau, Meraner Land, Südtirols Süden, Eisacktal, Dolomiten und Tauferer Ahrntal.