From the parking Schneeberg, about 5 minutes drive from the hotek, a winter hiking trail or a toboggan run leads first through the dense forest. After a good hour's walk to clear the trees and reaching the Pertinger Alm (refreshments available and sled rental). The walk can - depending on snow tracking - be continued until Upper Pertinger Alm without further equipment (another 45 minutes walking, no refreshments available). Here a splendid panorama opens on the entire Puster Valley.
This classic ski or snowshoe tour begins at the parking Schneeberg, about 5 minutes' drive from the hotel.
It is a simple, popular tour, which is also suitable for beginners. The tour can be shortened at any time.
The path leads past the Pertinger Alm, the Obere Pertinger Alm and then across the vast plateau rising pleasant and not difficult to the summit cross the Terner yoke.
Walking time: 2.5 hours
Altitude difference: 700 m
Also suitable for ski touring. Snowshoe and ski touring mostly use the shortcuts through the woods to the top Pertinger Alm.
Depending on snow and tracking is the hike to the Gols with winter hiking boots or snowshoes easily to master.
The walk starts at the car park Sonnberg and leads through the forest, always the broad forest along to the Gols.
Walking time: about 1 hour
Altitude difference: 400 m
The walk begins at the parking lot "joints" in Hofern, 10 minutes' drive from the hotel. Over a slightly rising forest path you walk through the forest in an hour's walk to the Moarhof Alm (refreshments available and toboggan hire). Depending on snow and tracking you can extend your walk without additional equipment to the upper pasture.
The hike up to the Grünbachsee or Putzenhöhe is only possible with snowshoes or touring skis.
About half an hour away from Terenten is the Rodeneck Alm, a plateau at about 2000 m above sea level, which presents itself in the winter as a true winter wonderland. Winter hiking, snowshoeing, cross country skiing, sledding in untouched nature with several rest stops and a magnificent panorama of the Dolomites and the Zillertal Alps. What more could you want?