Spring awakening in South Tyrol
Idyllic days in Gsies and the Pustertal
Feel with all five senses how nature springs to new life in the Pustertal holiday region. First, the snow retreats to higher and higher elevations and makes way for lush, green, dazzling alpine meadows. Then, a colourful sprouting of countless flowers begins. First come the crocuses – a dance of colours that lasts until the alpine roses bloom in June. Take part in this springtime celebration and book your holiday in the Pustertal in the most beautiful time of the year.
Multifaceted spring sensations
In the spring, the Gsieser Tal opens up for alpine hikes along easily walkable panoramic trails at moderate altitudes. The huts are open and welcome you with a hearty snack. The first mountain bike tours are also now possible, depending on snow conditions. Popular trails like the Pustertal bicycle path from Innichen to Lienz in East Tyrol are great fun in the gentle rays of the spring sun. You also have more freedom in the spring for excursions to the cultural highlights of South Tyrol, such as the old bishopric of Brixen, the Messner Mountain Museums, or the medieval city centre of Bozen, where you can also pay a visit to “Ötzi.” Because the large streams of tourists are still far off.
The final days on the ski slopes
Our St. Martin is part of the Kronplatz ski region. If you visit us in the spring, depending on your arrival date and the weather, you can rush down the slopes there and – at the same time – experience a “snow-free” program in the Gsieser Tal. We will gladly give you tips in advance for your spring holiday, so that you can get started right away without missing any of our many spring surprises.