Eschenlohe & Alpin: your sports hotels in Schenna

Make your way to the sports hotel in Schenna

Are you yearning for sun, mountains, and boundless freedom? Then our sports hotel in Schenna is the perfect destination for an active holiday. Here, you can fully immerse yourself in the beauty of nature while engaging in a range of sporting activities. And for those seeking a more adrenaline-powered experience, we’ve got you covered. If you’re an adventure seeker ready to test your limits, our hotel serves as the perfect base camp. Whether you want to go rafting on wild rivers, paraglide above the Dolomites, or climb to dizzying heights – at our sports hotel in Schenna, your holiday is sure to be an unforgettable adventure.

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A sports holiday in South Tyrol:

endless possibilities

Merano/Meran 2000

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The Merano/Meran 2000 leisure mountain is located above the spa town of Meran and is a true paradise near our hiking hotel in Schenna. The largest cable car in South Tyrol whisks you comfortably to this sun-kissed recreational area beneath the towering Ivigna/Ifinger mountain in just minutes. Here, you can enjoy a breathtaking view of the South Tyrolean mountains – extending from the imposing Ortles/Ortler to the Dolomites – a UNESCO World Heritage site.

Varied hiking trails suitable for all preferences and fitness levels take you to rustic Alpine pastures or mountain peaks with stunning views. Action-packed mountain bike trails with 360° panoramic views lead along forests and Alpine meadows – a particularly immersive way to experience the breathtaking natural landscape.

Those who prefer a cosy atmosphere can indulge in authentic South Tyrolean cuisine at traditional mountain huts.What’s more, Merano/Meran 2000 also caters to the younger crowd: the Outdoor Kids Camp situated at the cable car mountain station provides the perfect environment for children to unleash their energy and have a great time.


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Not far from our sports hotel in Schenna, you can experience the breathtaking diversity of the region while climbing. On the Taser Alm mountain pasture in Schenna, you will find the Taser high ropes course – a fantastic destination for a family climbing holiday in South Tyrol. Under the guidance of professional mountain guides, you can ascend to heights of up to 15 metres. The most notable feature of the Taser high ropes course is the 45-metre-long suspension bridge with the Flying Fox, a 60-metre-long zipline. The spectacular panoramic view from the Ortles/Ortler mountains over the Texel Group to the Stubai Alps is also an unforgettable highlight.

You can also explore the Xsund high ropes course in Terlan (ideal for families), the Saustall climbing area in Naturns for true professionals (with some of the most difficult climbing routes in South Tyrol), the Burgstallknott climbing area in Partschins (perfect for beginners but not suitable for children), and the challenging Heini-Holzer via ferrata over the south-west flank of the Piccolo Ivigna/Kleiner Ifinger (self-belaying required) during your active holiday in South Tyrol.


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Game, set, match – if you’re a true tennis enthusiast, our small hotels in Schenna offer the perfect base camp. Schenna has two well-maintained public clay courts, which are available from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. daily and are floodlit in the evening.

If you are looking for even more tennis fun, the Meran Tennis Club has 13 impeccably maintained clay courts – four of which are in a heated tennis hall, and five of which are floodlit in the evening – as well as its own tennis school with experienced instructors.


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Who hasn’t dreamt of soaring high in the sky, gliding over the mountains, and gaining a fresh perspective on the world? The Ifinger Tandem Paragliding Club offers active holidaymakers in South Tyrol tandem flights all year round, from take-off points including the Hirzer mountain station, the Taser Alm mountain hut on the Scena/Schennaberg mountain, and the Gasthaus Hochmuth in Dorf Tirol. Upon request, you can even have photos taken during the flight to keep as cherished souvenirs.


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Another thrilling adventure near our sports hotel in Schenna is rafting, which is possible from May to September. Test your mettle against the roaring waters of the Adige/Etsch or Passirio/Passer rivers in a rubber dinghy, together with professional rafting guides from the Acquaterra Adventure Club and see another side of South Tyrol. For those looking for something a little more unusual, we recommend night rafting, kayaking, canyoning, or hydrospeed (also known as “riverboarding”)!

Nordic walking

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Nordic walking fans will find a variety of routes suitable for all skill levels around the Schenna Hotels. Discover the Nature.Fitness.Park Schenna-Hirzer-Meran 2000 with its total of seven routes and the Nature.Fitness.Park Naturns with ten routes. Alternatively, you can walk along one of the varied walking and irrigation channel paths around the sunny village of Schenna.

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