Activities & Attractions in South Tyrol 

Find out about things to do in Bolzano as part of a wonderful holiday at the fabulous Chalet Grumer

Find out all about the wonderful variety of things to do in Bolzano and the many excursion destinations in South Tyrol as part of your adventure holiday.

Chalet Grumer is the ideal starting place for many activities, ensuring you have an unforgettable and action-packed holiday. The numerous opportunities and excursion destinations in South Tyrol include activities to take part in on your own, as well as fun and adventures for all the family.

It doesn’t matter if the weather’s bad or if the sun’s shining as you can rest assured of an enjoyable time during your holiday.

Take a day trip to our region’s historic castles, palaces and churches or visit one of the many museums in South Tyrol. Have you heard about the ancient iceman?

The numerous little villages with their farms and cosy parlours are also a great place to experience the South Tyroleans on your adventure holiday. Get to know their living environment, festivals and traditions, as well as their music, arts and crafts and, last but not least, the traditional local dialect. Are you aware of all the love and care that goes into South Tyrolean craftsmanship in Sarentino valley and its significance today? Which traditional South Tyrolean specialities would you like to try? How much fun can you have with the convivial South Tyroleans between the Schuaplattler and the Oachelschnalzer? Have you tasted the new wines available at Törggelen during the autumn when going from parlour to parlour? Maybe you’ve even been on a tour of a vineyard to find out all about the processing and production of their wine? Do you like the South Tyrolean Wine Route, the beautiful mountain lakes and the legendary Catinaccio mountain panorama? Do you already have a favourite destination in South Tyrol?

Perhaps you’d like to benefit from experienced mountain guides or country experts to show you the wonderful world of the Dolomites on your adventure holiday or find out about the amazing fauna and flora of our landscape? How about a visit to the gardens of the Trauttmansdorff Castle for breakfast with Empress Sissi or going on an energy-filled drive along the winding serpentines and over the high mountain passes as far as Lake Garda?

There’s an inspiring selection of things to do in Bolzano, with numerous sights and countless destinations for excursions, guaranteeing a fabulous adventure holiday and unforgettable moments. Philip, your personal hotel-concierge and host at Chalet Grumer and his partner Alexandra will be happy to assist you at any time with tips and information to plan your holiday.
We’re happy to help you make arrangements to ensure everything goes smoothly and without a hitch.

When it comes to sporting activities, we can recommend certain places that are good for hiking, numerous boulder and climbing opportunities, downhill and mountain bike tours and beautiful panoramic trails and hiking routes. Whether you’re on foot or out on a romantic carriage ride, our local Renon mountain is the ideal place to get to know an incredibly beautiful fairy-tale world. Take the Renon mountain railway up to the sunny plateau and enjoy a stunning 360° panoramic view or take the Renon cable car and soar above the rooftops of the region’s capital. There are plenty of things to do in Bolzano. Stroll through the dreamy alleyways of Bolzano’s old town, explore the little fashion boutiques and enjoy the Italian lifestyle.

Up in the mountains and down in the valley, you’ll find just the right activities for you, your family and friends on an adventure holiday in South Tyrol. Of course, we always welcome your favourite four-legged friend, the dog, at Chalet Grumer. However, please let us know in advance so we can take care of all the important details like food and accommodation for your dog before you arrive.

We look forward to welcoming you here and maybe helping you with local insider tips on places to visit in South Tyrol.
See you soon,
Philip, Alexandra and Labrador Mike