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Sunnyplateau Ritten, hiking near paradise for families and gourmets

From the sunny slopes in the valley all the way up to the breezy heights of Rittner Horn/Corno del Renon – the hiking resort Renon spreads across about 300 kilometers of trails, offering challenging and pleasant hiking adventures for all tastes and intensity levels. The easy and pleasant walks along the beautiful promenades of Renon are just as intriguing as the challenging high mountain trails on Corno del Renon. All around, an indescribably amazing view of the surrounding mountains opens up in front of you. Stroll across vast meadows and through romantic woods, and anticipate a well-deserved break at one of the many excellent inns and rural taverns. There’s something for everyone: tons of fun for families, peace and inspiration for those seeking relaxation, and athletic challenges for exercise enthusiasts.

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  • Hiking trail 23 between Oberbozen - Bozen is closed.
  • Hiking trail 26 between Oberbozen - Wolfsgruben is closed.
Our Picks: Fantastic high-mountain hikes at the Rittner Horn
Panoramic Loop TrailPanoramic Loop TrailStart: Schwarzsee Spitze, 2.069m
End: Schwarzsee Spitze, 2.069m
Trail sign: Panoramic way
Tour length: 2.863 m
Descent: 99 m
Ascent: 78 m
Tour duration: 45 min
Difficulty: easy walk
Highlights on the way: magnificent panorama of the Dolomites, Round Table, Dolomitoscope, natural mountain pine labyrinth, Kneipp basin
Chasing-the-Sky Hiking TourChasing-the-Sky Hiking TourRide  the Gondola Rittner Horn to Schwarzsee Spitze where the Panoramic Loop Trail starts out. The entire trail is seamed with picturesque descriptions of the dominant tree species: the mountain pine and the Swiss pine. Passing the “Round Table” and the “Dolomitoscope” the Loop Trail leads to the Unterhorn inn with its unique Alpine Rock Garden.
Next, the hike leads across the alpine pastures of Barbian (Barbianer Almen) to the mountain pine oil distillery, the mystical location in the “Pfannenstiehl” and finally to the highest point of the hike. From thence the tour moves across the alpine pastures of Ritten to the “Neue Berghütte”- the new mountain hut (not open to the public). Following the Heusteig track, lined with comfy spots to sit down and burbling wood troughs, you reach the Feltuner Hütte – popular refreshment and snack stop. From here it’s a short and easy walk back to the mountain terminal at Schwarzsee Spitze.
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Horn trailHorn trailFrom the parking lot Pemmern/Tre Vie (1.541 m) we take the cable car to the Schwarzseespitze/Cima Lago Nero (2.070 m). From here, we follow the indication “Panoramaweg” beginning on the left towards  Unterhorn/Corno di sotto (2.040).

Following the indications for Oberes Horn/Corno di Sopra (2.260 m) we will arrive at the peak of the hiking tour. Walking back down along path N° 2, past the refuge “Berghütte” (2.090 m), until we hit N° 2A and the N° 19.
This is the way back to the mountain terminal of the gondola. Finally, we can walk trail N° 1 all the way back to Tre Vie (1.5 hours)

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Hay trailHay trailStarting point: Schwarzseespitze mountain station
This alpine pasture hike along the "Heusteig" leads from the mountain station of the Rittner Horn cable car from Schwarzseespitze towards Unterhorn and on to Gissmann, the highest settlement on the Ritten. We follow the wide alpine path (19 and 1), past the Unterhornhaus to in front of the Feltuner Hütte. This is where the actual "hay trail" begins, which was once used by the Ritten shepherds in early summer to bring the first "mown" to the hay hut (Schupfe) a little lower down. The "Heusteig" marked 2A leads past two water troughs with good drinking water and joins hiking trail 2 just after a hay hut. From here you can climb about 50 metres in altitude via an unmarked trail to the vantage point at Gissmanner Nock (1,924 m).
Hiking trail 2 descends steadily to Gissmann. Then walk the 5.3 km along the traffic-calmed access road from Gissmann to Pemmern in about 1.5 hours. Hiking bus timetable
Interesting facts about mountain hay: The production of hay is still of great importance today. The meadows at lower altitudes produce the first hay as early as June. The mowing of the mountain hay, an extremely nutritious animal feed consisting mainly of herbs, begins somewhat later.Read more
Our Picks: Gorgeous gourmet hikes on the Renon mountain
The grapeThe grapeSun - water - earth, these elements cause the colour, size and taste of the grape.
Encounter of man and natureEncounter of man and natureEncounter of man and nature, a wonderful resting place for spiritual moments...
IrrigationIrrigationNo growth without water. In the vineyards, the first large-scale vineyard irrigation with its own pressure took place in 1931 through a 450 m supply line from the tunnel along the Valle Isarco for the electric power station in Kardaun. With the construction (1951/54) of two further irrigation systems from the tunnel with water from the Sarntal valley for the electric power station in St. Anton, the higher vineyard sites (Obermagdalena, Signat) received a connection for irrigation. The supplementary irrigation ensures regular vine growth on the dry slopes with very rain-permeable soils due to their sandy-gravelly structure.Read more
Coppice ForestCoppice ForestAlong the path we are accompanied by a deciduous coppice forest, 300-900 m above sea level, widespread in South Tyrol in the Eisacktal valley as far as Brixen and in the Vinschgau valley as far as Schlanders, just north of the wine-growing border, composed of downy oak, manna ash, hop hornbeam, sour cherry, cornelian cherry, Zürgelbaum, wild chestnut, interspersed with forest pine in the upper area.
Sweet chestnutSweet chestnutThe sweet chestnut is a heat-loving light tree species at 400-900 m above sea level, thrives predominantly on acidic soils, grafting with local chestnut types, presumably native since Roman times, individual trees over 300 years old, formerly wood for vine support framework and use in barrel making, today use of the fruit as roasted chestnuts accompanied by young wine ("Törggelezeit" in autumn).
HarvestHarvestHarvesting is done exclusively by hand in the average small farm sizes of 2-3 ha, short labour-intensive period in the months from the beginning of September to mid-October, the gentle harvesting process and the right choice of time have a positive influence on the wine quality, the weather in the weeks before the harvest can have a noticeable effect on the quality of the vintage.
St. Justina churchSt. Justina churchThe high church was built around 1300, damaged by bombing in 1944 with the exception of the tower, tower with trifolium opening and brick pointed pyramid; sunny location in the wine-growing area of St. Magdalen with fourteen vineyards at three wine producers.
The wine city BolzanoThe wine city BolzanoBolzano has been a wine and trading town since the High Middle Ages, with four annual markets, embedded in a vineyard landscape to this day, also a transport hub for Alpine crossings, wine cultivation since 400 BC, donations of vineyards to monasteries including 30 from Bavaria documented since the 9th century, first mention of Bolzano wine in 955, Bolzano is the third largest wine-growing municipality in South Tyrol with a cellar cooperative, five commercial wineries, and 24 wineries of its own.Read more
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