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Farm Holidays in Truden im Naturpark
Farm Holidays in Truden im Naturpark

Harmony in the mountains

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Truden im Naturpark

Farm Holidays in Truden im Naturpark

A holiday on a farm in Truden im Naturpark at the heart of Trudner Horn Nature Park means being entirely surrounded by nature and the traditions in harmony with it. 

Trudner Horn Nature Park stretches over an area of 7,000 hectares and upwards nearly 1,500 kilometres. Its extensive mixed coniferous forest, moor landscape and larch meadows are home to lots of animal species and a variety of sub-Mediterranean and high-Alpine plants. In the nature reserve there are countless forms of life, from fire salamanders to dormice and hoopoes, from fir trees and spruces to holly and butcher's broom. 

A holiday on a farm in Truden im Naturpark at the heart of Trudner Horn Nature Park means being entirely surrounded by nature and the traditions in harmony with it. 

Trudner Horn Nature Park stretches over an area of 7,000 hectares and upwards nearly 1,500 kilometres. Its extensive mixed coniferous forest, moor landscape and larch meadows are home to lots of animal species and a variety of sub-Mediterranean and high-Alpine plants. In the nature reserve there are countless forms of life, from fire salamanders to dormice and hoopoes, from fir trees and spruces to holly and butcher's broom. 

A holiday in a holiday flat or room in Truden im Naturpark will give you the chance to visit the visitors' centre in the village and examine the special features of the park in an exhibition or under the microscope.


Tradition and nature in harmony 
The visitors' centre, the 'Alte Mühle', or 'Old Mill', which was converted in 2000, also affords insight into the traditional lifestyle and way of life in the southernmost mountains of South Tyrol. It features a completely functioning, three-storey elevator mill that still produces flour during the cereal-milling days in summer that is then made into bread baked in the house wood-fired oven. Memories of former handcrafts such as peat cutting, resin production or lime burning are kept alive. The programme at the visitors' centre aims to convey a sense of tradition to guests, which is still very popular with the population of Truden. A healthy and considered attitude to nature also plays a decisive role in the local lifestyle, as visitors will gather. A monument and landmark to this is a 600-year-old lime tree, which adorns the main square of the mountain village.
 

A holiday in a holiday flat or room in Truden im Naturpark will give you the chance to visit the visitors' centre in the village and examine the special features of the park in an exhibition or under the microscope.


Tradition and nature in harmony 
The visitors' centre, the 'Alte Mühle', or 'Old Mill', which was converted in 2000, also affords insight into the traditional lifestyle and way of life in the southernmost mountains of South Tyrol. It features a completely functioning, three-storey elevator mill that still produces flour during the cereal-milling days in summer that is then made into bread baked in the house wood-fired oven. Memories of former handcrafts such as peat cutting, resin production or lime burning are kept alive. The programme at the visitors' centre aims to convey a sense of tradition to guests, which is still very popular with the population of Truden. A healthy and considered attitude to nature also plays a decisive role in the local lifestyle, as visitors will gather. A monument and landmark to this is a 600-year-old lime tree, which adorns the main square of the mountain village.

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Fam. Rizzoli Pernter  | Truden im Naturpark  (Bolzano and environs)
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breakfast, half board
Product corner: eggs, fruit jams, cordial ...
Farm offers: Helping out in the barn, Bread-making course
4,9
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(24 Reviews)
Room from 110€ a night
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Fam. Stuppner  | Truden im Naturpark  (Bolzano and environs)
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Farm's own products: milk, cordial, fruit juice ...
4,9
"Very good"
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Holiday flat from 90€ a night
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Fam. Thaler Epp  | Truden im Naturpark  (Bolzano and environs)
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Farm's own products: milk, eggs, fresh vegetables in season ...
Farm offers: Experience everyday life on the farm, Helping out in the barn, Barn visits ...
5,0
"Very good"
(12 Reviews)
Holiday flat from 80€ a night
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A holiday in Truden im Naturpark

Trudner Horn visitor centre
in an old mill

Original mountain village
on the edge of Fleimstal valley

A journey of discovery
in the nature reserve

Inhaling fresh mountain air on the move

A cycling tour along the old railway tracks it a must for keen sports fans. The stretch was built by Russian prisoners of war under Habsburg rule and served as a connection between Auer and Predazzo in Trentino from 1917 to 1963. 

A cycling tour along the old railway tracks it a must for keen sports fans. The stretch was built by Russian prisoners of war under Habsburg rule and served as a connection between Auer and Predazzo in Trentino from 1917 to 1963. 

The gravel path leads steadily but gently uphill through deciduous and coniferous forest past vineyards over viaducts and through tunnels. Otherwise, a Farm Holiday in Truden im Naturpark has lots of hikes that are easy for families to do. Very popular with kids is the legend walk of around two kilometres' length, which teachers and primary school pupils have adorned with signs and works of art. A hike to Hochwand on Cisloner Berg mountain is a little more challenging, but rewards with an impressive view of the Lagorai mountain group, the Zillertal Alps, the Schwarzhorn and Weißhorn mountains, as well as the whole of the Etsch river valley.
Keen climbers will have their hands and feet full at 'Untere Mühle' climbing garden in the district of Mühlen at the heart of the Trudner Horn Nature Park. The facilities were refurbished in 2002 and guarantee climbing fun for the whole family.


Life to take to heart
Truden im Naturpark has lots more to offer than just fresh mountain air and wonderful views. The parish proves to be traditional and nature aware in its way of life as well as regarding cultural events such as the torchlight walk before New Year and the 'Almabtrieb' in September, when the cattle are driven back down to the valley. Even everyday life seems to flow naturally and harmoniously in this little mountain village – and visitors can go with it.

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The area around Trudner Horn Nature Park at a glance
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