In summer the surrounding mountains offer perfect conditions for countless sports activities like climbing, hiking, biking, paraglideing or rafting. Golf lovers appreciate the first-class golf courses of GC Pustertal. But also in winter the area offers plenty of options for sports activities. Whether skiing, snowboarding, skating, tobogganing, strolls in a snowy winter landscape – nothing stands in the way of your winter holiday.
South Tyrol is not only a haven for hikers but also for cyclists and mountain bikers. Countless forest paths and mountain pastures offer mountain bikers divers and challenging tours in the mountains. Below in the valley on the bicycle paths of South Tyrol, pleasure cyclists can go on pleasant, easy, and relaxing bicycle tours.
Terento is the ideal starting point for hikes into the Pfunder Mountains or the Dolomites. High-altitude glacier hiking tours, mountain shelters at high altitudes, and fixed rope routes also offer the right options for the more experienced among us.
The nine golf courses in South Tyrol are among the most beautiful golf courses in Italy. The greens are well looked-after and meet the requirements of even the most passionate golfers. Tremendous golfing awaits visitors on the greens of these alpine mountains, surrounded by the breath-taking scenery of the South Tyrolian mountains. The greens in South Tyrol are also perfect for beginners who would like to discover golf for themselves during their holiday in South Tyrol.
The Hotel & Spa Sonnenparadies is located directly beside the pistes of the Sun Lift in Terento. This is where pleasure skiers and less experienced skiers find a pleasant slope to explore. The Sun Lift also offers night skiers the option to go skiing late at night. Those that find it too quiet can head over to the pistes on the Kronplatz.
Terento is also blessed with many hours of sun in the winter, which makes winter hiking a true joy. The snow-covered landscape around Terento invites visitors to discover South Tyrol on foot. Whether on snowshoes, in winter boots, or on a toboggan – whatever you decide for yourself, the winter in South Tyrol is sure to enchant you.