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The Olperl’s Nature Park is the adventure-filled Alpine circular walk for the entire family. Our perfect summer highlight: the entrance to the new nature park is right next to the Helm-Bahnen mountain station and invites visitors to meet Olperl’s best friends – in the realm of the animals’ mountain world. The circular trail is 1.2 km long and is suitable for buggies. As you walk, you’ll come across 10 special and very exciting places – with fantastic views of the Sesto/Sexten Dolomites. Olperl, the trickster with glowing eyes as big as saucers, keeps you company along the trail.
The highest barefoot trail in the Dolomites, at 2,150 m above sea level, is the healthy and enjoyable way to explore Olperl’s Nature Park. Soft moss, fragrant larch trees, stone slabs, and pebbles stimulate the foot reflex zones before you immerse your feet in the cool spring water – how refreshing!
Baranci/Haunold is THE mountain for family excursions. The 4-seater chair lift is situated 3 minutes from San Candido/Innichen village centre and takes you quickly up to an altitude of 1,500 m. Blooming meadows and lush green pastures provide a wonderful playground for young and old. Highlights include: the Dwarf Village, the high ropes course “Zwergenparcours”, the barefoot lakes, a tubing run, and the summer run, Fun Bob. The mountain station is the starting point for many easy and medium hikes through spruce forests and up to the Baranci/Haunold summit with stunning views of the Three Peaks.
Very close to the ‘giant’s footprint’ lakes by the Rifugio Gigante Baranci/Giant Haunold Hut, you’ll find an Alpine recreation area tucked away. It’s a wonderful place to unwind. Now, you can enjoy a new attraction: the Dwarf Village. High up in the branches, there are quaint tree houses which can you can explore via ladders and rope bridges. The life of a dwarf is reflected in the nine mountain huts below.
Reindeer? In the Alps? Who would have thought? Our herd of reindeer have actually made the long journey from Finland to Croda Rossa/Rotwand and the third generation are now living here! You can be there when the only reindeer herd in the Alps is fed and learn lots of interesting facts about the peculiarities of this particular deer species. The friendly four-legged friends are looking forward to your visit!