Olperl Nature Park
The entertaining alpine circuit for the entire family
Our perfect summer highlight: The entrance to the new nature park is right next to the Helm-Bahnen mountain station and invites visitors to meet Olperl’s best friends – in the realm of the animals’ mountain world. The circular trail is 1.2 km long and is suitable for buggies. As you walk, you’ll come across 10 special and very exciting places - with fantastic views of the Sesto Dolomites. Olperl, the hoaxster with luminous eyes as big as saucers, keeps you company along the trail.
BAREFOOT in Olperl’s footprints
The highest barefoot trail in the Dolomites at 2,150 m above sea level is the healthy and enjoyable way to explore Olperl’s Nature Park. Soft moss, fragrant larch trees, stone slabs and shingle stimulate the foot reflex zones, before you immerse your feet in the cool spring water – so refreshing.
The world of the giant
Once upon a time, a small child drank from an enchanted spring. In no time at all, the small child grew into a giant with the strength of a bear! You can discover the home of Gigante Baranci in our new giant's realm at the Monte Baranci
. There you can follow in his footsteps by visiting various interactive stations No matter if you are little or grown up, the realm guarantees a lot of fun!
The family-adventure-mountain Baranci
Baranci is the popular mountain for family excursions. The 4-seater chair lift is situated 3 minutes from San Candido village centre and takes you quickly up to an altitude of 1,500 m. Flowering meadows and lush green pastures provide a wonderful playground for young and old: There are waiting highlights like the children’s highlight adventure trail, a tubing run and the fun bob. The mountain station is the starting point for many easy and medium hikes through spruce forests and up to the Baranci summit with stunning views of the Three Peaks.
In the dwarf village
Very close to the "giant's footprint" lakes by the Rifugio Baranci, you'll find hidden away an alpine recreation area, a wonderful place to unwind. Right there you will also find the Dwarf Village. High up in the branches. The life of a dwarf is reflected in the nine mountain huts below.
Reindeers at the Croda Rossa mountain
Reindeer? In the Alps? Who’d have thought it? But our herd of reindeer have actually made the long journey from Finland to Croda Rossa and the third generation are now living here! You can be there when the only reindeer herd in the Alps is being fed and pick up lots of interesting and curious facts about the peculiarities of this particular deer species. The friendly four-legged friends are looking forward to your visit!