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Farm Holidays in Mölten - Jenesien
Farm Holidays in Mölten - Jenesien

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Mölten - Jenesien

Farm Holidays in Mölten - Jenesien

Whether on the back of a Haflinger pony or amidst one hundred stone pyramids, the variety of the Tschögglberg plateau is revealed on a Farm Holiday in Mölten - Jenesien. 

Both mountain villages of Mölten and Jenesien lie on the Tschögglberg plateau. This long mountain ridge between Bozen and Meran forms part of the Sarntal Alps. The climate here is ideal for hikes with the whole family all year round. A walk to Salten, a unique high plateau featuring a varying cultural landscape, features very pretty countryside. It stretches between Mölten and Jenesien and in summer, you can escape the heat of the valley here. 

Whether on the back of a Haflinger pony or amidst one hundred stone pyramids, the variety of the Tschögglberg plateau is revealed on a Farm Holiday in Mölten - Jenesien. 

Both mountain villages of Mölten and Jenesien lie on the Tschögglberg plateau. This long mountain ridge between Bozen and Meran forms part of the Sarntal Alps. The climate here is ideal for hikes with the whole family all year round. A walk to Salten, a unique high plateau featuring a varying cultural landscape, features very pretty countryside. It stretches between Mölten and Jenesien and in summer, you can escape the heat of the valley here. 

 

In autumn, the needles of the largest larch forest in Europe rest like a carpet on the ground and the Salten plateau takes on a firey red hue. A few weeks later sees the start of the best time for cross-country skiers and snow shoe walkers. In Meran 2000 skiing and hiking area, skiers and snowboarders will really come into their own.

 

Horseriding heaven 
Haflinger ponies are the trademark of the Tschögglberg and Jenesien is the cradle of the Haflinger. No other place in South Tyrol breeds and keeps so many Haflingers as here. Lots of farms offering Farm Holidays in Jenesien, Mölten, Hafling or Vöran are specialised riding farms. They organise horse and cart rides and excursions on Haflinger ponies for their guests. In Jenesien alone, there are three horse events over the course of the year. Whether it's western riding tournaments, dressage and show jumping or a fun tournament, the village is dedicated to these blonde creatures. In winter, the Scandinavian sport of 'Skijöring', which involves skiers being pulled along on the end of a rope by a horse, is increasing in popularity. 


A hiking holiday without your car
Anyone staying in a holiday flat or room in Mölten - Jenesien can let themselves be whisked up to the heights in comfortable fashion: both villages are not only accessible by means of a scenic road, but by cable car, too. Mölten cable car takes locals and guests from Vilpian in Etschtal valley upwards over a thousand metres in just four minutes, while Jenesien cable car leaves from Bozen. A bus for hikers runs between both villages on the Tschögglberg several times a day, meaning that Salten is within easy reach. Numerous pleasant hikes that are not too difficult for families to do start there. At the end, hikers are rewarded by views of Bozen and the Dolomites mountain chain. At Möltner Wetterkreuz, there are panoramic views of the Geisler mountain peaks, Plattkofel, Schlern, Rosengarten and Laugen mountains to be had. Rustic mountain inns and pastures provide plenty of opportunities to rest your legs.


Silent stone witnesses
Out hiking, you will come across some impressive sights again and again, such as the over-hundred-year-old 'Stoarnernen Mandln' cairns on the Hoher Reisch mountain. This 2,000-metre-high mountaintop is said to have been a cult site for witches in the Middle Ages. Nowadays, hundreds of piled-up stone pyramids that look like little 'Steinernen Männchen', or 'little stone men', stand here. The site is said to afford one of the best views from the Sarntal Alps, with views of the Dololmites, Marmolata and Ortler mountains.


Crocus flowers and cuisine
There is a colourful events programme featuring the right mixture of relaxation and inspiring entertainment on the Tschögglberg. At the end of April, when the mountain pastures of the Salten are transformed into a sea of lilac and white, the traditional crocus flower festival takes place in Mölten.
In spring, eateries in Jenesien spoil their guests during the speciality weeks and in autumn the village is dedicated to chestnuts during 'Keschtnwochen', or 'Chestnut Weeks'.

 

 

Why you should take a Farm Holiday in Mölten - Jenesien:

  • Tschögglberg represents a skiing and hiking heaven between Meran 2000 and the Salten plateau
  • The highest-lying 'Sekt' cellar in Europe in Mölten
  • Crocus blossom in spring

In autumn, the needles of the largest larch forest in Europe rest like a carpet on the ground and the Salten plateau takes on a firey red hue. A few weeks later sees the start of the best time for cross-country skiers and snow shoe walkers. In Meran 2000 skiing and hiking area, skiers and snowboarders will really come into their own.

 

Horseriding heaven 
Haflinger ponies are the trademark of the Tschögglberg and Jenesien is the cradle of the Haflinger. No other place in South Tyrol breeds and keeps so many Haflingers as here. Lots of farms offering Farm Holidays in Jenesien, Mölten, Hafling or Vöran are specialised riding farms. They organise horse and cart rides and excursions on Haflinger ponies for their guests. In Jenesien alone, there are three horse events over the course of the year. Whether it's western riding tournaments, dressage and show jumping or a fun tournament, the village is dedicated to these blonde creatures. In winter, the Scandinavian sport of 'Skijöring', which involves skiers being pulled along on the end of a rope by a horse, is increasing in popularity. 


A hiking holiday without your car
Anyone staying in a holiday flat or room in Mölten - Jenesien can let themselves be whisked up to the heights in comfortable fashion: both villages are not only accessible by means of a scenic road, but by cable car, too. Mölten cable car takes locals and guests from Vilpian in Etschtal valley upwards over a thousand metres in just four minutes, while Jenesien cable car leaves from Bozen. A bus for hikers runs between both villages on the Tschögglberg several times a day, meaning that Salten is within easy reach. Numerous pleasant hikes that are not too difficult for families to do start there. At the end, hikers are rewarded by views of Bozen and the Dolomites mountain chain. At Möltner Wetterkreuz, there are panoramic views of the Geisler mountain peaks, Plattkofel, Schlern, Rosengarten and Laugen mountains to be had. Rustic mountain inns and pastures provide plenty of opportunities to rest your legs.


Silent stone witnesses
Out hiking, you will come across some impressive sights again and again, such as the over-hundred-year-old 'Stoarnernen Mandln' cairns on the Hoher Reisch mountain. This 2,000-metre-high mountaintop is said to have been a cult site for witches in the Middle Ages. Nowadays, hundreds of piled-up stone pyramids that look like little 'Steinernen Männchen', or 'little stone men', stand here. The site is said to afford one of the best views from the Sarntal Alps, with views of the Dololmites, Marmolata and Ortler mountains.


Crocus flowers and cuisine
There is a colourful events programme featuring the right mixture of relaxation and inspiring entertainment on the Tschögglberg. At the end of April, when the mountain pastures of the Salten are transformed into a sea of lilac and white, the traditional crocus flower festival takes place in Mölten.
In spring, eateries in Jenesien spoil their guests during the speciality weeks and in autumn the village is dedicated to chestnuts during 'Keschtnwochen', or 'Chestnut Weeks'.

 

 

Why you should take a Farm Holiday in Mölten - Jenesien:

  • Tschögglberg represents a skiing and hiking heaven between Meran 2000 and the Salten plateau
  • The highest-lying 'Sekt' cellar in Europe in Mölten
  • Crocus blossom in spring
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Larch meadows on Salten: Unique cultural landscape
Larch meadows on Salten
Unique cultural landscape
Reschensee lake: the silent witness in the water
Reschensee lake
The silent witness in the water
Glurns: tracking down the Middle Ages
Glurns
Tracking down the Middle Ages
King Ortler: the highest point in South Tyrol
King Ortler
The highest point in South Tyrol
Stilfserjoch National Park: experience natural beauty
Stilfserjoch National Park
Experience natural beauty
Waalwege in lower Vinschgau: Happy strolling
Waalwege in lower Vinschgau
Happy strolling
Via Claudia Augusta cycle path: by bike from Mals to Meran
Via Claudia Augusta cycle path
By bike from Mals to Meran
30
June
South Tyrol Strawberry Festival
Martell
13
July
Reschensee Lake Run
Graun im Vinschgau
20
July
Stilfserjoch Marathon
Prad am Stilfserjoch
03-04
August
Marble and Apricots
Laas
16-18
August
South Tyrol Medieval Games
Schluderns
31
August
Stilfserjoch Bike Day
Prad am Stilfser Joch
September
Martell and Tarsch Cattle Drives
Martell
September
Reschen Autumn Cattle Drive
Graun in Vinschgau
September
Langtaufers Sheep Drive
Graun im Vinschgau
15
October
Golli Market
Mals
02
November
All Souls' Market
Glurns
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