In Lana, Merano and the surrounding area, you can spend your summer vacation exactly as you imagine it and experience moments that will stay with you forever. Thanks to our perfect location in the middle of the Adige Valley, you can easily start your next summer adventure.
Untermargarethenhof Summer Service
Books about hiking and biking
Hiking and biking maps
Free rental of city bikes and walking sticks
Lockable bicycle cellar
the Merano Card (from 15 October to 30 June) and the guest card
For hikers and mountaineers
Brandis Waalweg in Lana and Marlinger Waalweg from/to Lana
Themed hiking trails: Aichbergweg and Sculpture Trail
Hike to the “Schwarze Lacke” or to the Naturnser Hochwart on the local mountain Vigiljoch
Hike to the Knottn cinema in Vöran – cinema under the open sky
Hiking excursion to the primeval larches in St. Gertraud
Experience sunrise on the Großer Laugen
For mountaineers within a radius of 40 km hiking area Ulten, Passeier, Nature Park Texelgruppe and Vinschgau (3000m)
Round trip: to the famous hill to St. Hippolytus.
Lana – Tisens – Völlan – Lana
We walk to the church in Niederlana in the direction of the golf course and then follow path no. 5 to the Ackpfeif farms. Through the green deciduous forest it goes steadily uphill to the terraces lined with blossoming apple trees and then along the path 5A to Naraun.
After passing under the viaduct of the Gampen Pass road, we follow the contemplation path until we reach the little church of St. Hippolytus (12th century) on the magical hill, which offers a magnificent view of the Adige Valley with Merano and the surrounding mountains. We now follow the markings no. 5, 7 and then 8 to the valley mill at the Brandisbach and then on to Völlan. We then leisurely descend along trail no. 1 to Niederlana. After crossing the Gampenpass road, the path descends a bit steeply, then we reach the Brandis-Waalweg and Niederlana.
Starting point: Untermargarethenhof
Altitude: between 275 and 760 meters above sea level.
Signpost: No. 5, 5A, 5, 7, 8,1
Difference in altitude: about 590 m
Walk length: approx. 10.5 km (total)
Walking time: about 3.5 hours (total)
TIP: the Bikeacademy Lana regularly organizes MTB tours in and around Lana and to the most beautiful peaks in the area.
For bike and bicycle lovers
Cycle path through the Adige Valley:
Merano – Burgstall – Bolzano,
Cycle path Vinschgau from Reschen to Merano,
cycle path along the Passer river to St. Leonhard;
Road bike tours:
Gampen Pass – Mendel Pass / Jaufen Pass / Timmelsjoch and Stilfserjoch.
MTB tour to the Vigiljoch or to the “Stoanernen Mandln” in Mölten
Round tour: Moosweg: Lana – Tisens – Lana.
You start directly with us and drive, past the church in Niederlana to Unterackpfeif – Krebsbach, straight along the mountain further on Konsortialweg. At the bridge turn sharp right. Ascent on the Moosweg. Finally on road to the village center of Tisens back on the main road to the Gampenpass road. Approx. 150 m downhill turn left (parking lot) and climb to the church of St. Hippolyt, back to the Gampenpass road; and on this uphill turn right onto side road (Hofstätterkeller, Völlaner Bad). Continue to Witmer and turn right onto wide footpath no. 8A to Völlaner Bad. On wide driveway continue to Völlan on the main road in the direction of Lana, sharp left turn – place name sign Rateis, turn right, footpath No. 10 or steep driveway back to Lana.
Driving time: approx. 2h
Highest point: 817 Hm
Difficulty: easy – medium (3 degrees)
For golf lovers
Golfclub “Gutshof Brandis” in Niederlana 9-hole course (par 70), reachable in 5 min by car from us;
Golf Club Eppan Blue Monster
9-hole course (par 70)
Golf club St. Leonhard in Passeier
18-hole course (par 71)
Golf Club Petersberg
18-hole course (par 71)
Biotope Falschauer in Lana
Natural bathing pond in Gargazon
Felix pond (Tretsee) on the Deutschnonsberg mountain
Montiggler lakes in Eppan
Special destinations for children
Animal world Rainguthof in Gfrill
Bunker museum on the Gampenpass
Bird of prey show in Dorf Tirol
Summer toboggan run “Alpin Bob” on Merano 2000
Ötzi Museum in Bolzano
Archeoparc in the Schnals Valley