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Spring, summer and autumn in Selva Gardena - A pearl in the Dolomites

Discover the many summer activities during your stay at Residence Crespëina, the most popular are walking, hiking, climbing, mountain biking and road cycling

Spring, summer and fall
It's spring: the variety of our mountain flowers invites you to be kind, to your loved ones, but especially to yourself. The flower as a reminder of introspection, of tenderness toward your own soul, to recharge the batteries of the heart and the spirit.

For spring, summer and fall we propose a stroll through the Vallunga valley, the most beautiful valley in the world. Or perhaps an easy to intermediate hike towards Juac, the Col Raiser and the Secëda, Plan de Gralba, Monte Pana and the Alpe di Siusi, the Resciesa and the alpine hut Brodles and many more.
As a more challenging excursion we recommend a hike on the Stevia or on the moon-like stretches of the Puez, the Chedul valley or the Sella massif, and the trail around the Sassolungo, always under the instruction of safety and uncontaminated nature.
And further, for mountain climbing lovers, there are numerous accessible mountain routes including some more challenging routes through our UNESCO world heritage mountains, the Dolomites, if necessary accompanied by our excellently equipped alpine guides.

But let's not forget about the bicycle: there are countless possibilities for the mountainbike: starting from the light excursion for the whole family to more demanding paths through valley, up to the Sellaronda by bike, a new idea that has been proposed and that includes the lifts of the Sellaronda.
Also, the passes of the Dolomites are closed yearly for Bike Day, to create the opportunity to enjoy the streets of the passes without the car.
For those who prefer the racing bicycle there are innumerable routes in the valley, surrounding the Sella massif but also to and from neighboriung valleys, such as the Val d'Isarco or the high plateaus of the Sciliar.