LEG 1 – December 4th
Bressanone / Brixen – Alto Adige / Sud Tirol
The Isarco valley / Eisacktal, which has in Brixen its centre, extends from the Brenner Pass to Bozen and it is characterized by high peaks, rolling hills and valleys covered with orchards.
The city of Bressanone is the perfect symbiosis between past and present and between culture and nature.
In Bressanone, in fact, the charm of the oldest city of Tyrol coexists with its picturesque alleys and the life of the historic center full of bars and attractions, as well as the evocative landscapes that surround it and above all the Plose mountain, one of the most beautiful hiking and cycling areas from South Tyrol with a wonderful view of the Dolomites.
LEG 2 – December 5th
Seefeld in Tirol
Seefeld in Tirol is one of the five localities of the Olympiaregion Seefeld, a region rich in tradition that is characterized by the charm of its landscape, the warm hospitality and a wide sporting and cultural offer.
Situated on a plateau at 1,200 metres above sea level and open to the south, the region, in addition to Seefeld, includes four other locations: Leutasch, Mösern-Buchen, Reith and Scharnitz, which offer an excellent variety of sports and proposals for free time, ideal for spending unforgettable holidays in a breathtaking natural landscape.
LEG 3 – December 6th
St. Moritz is thoroughly cosmopolitan. The Alpine resort’s blend of glamour, sport and pristine nature outshines even the world’s greatest cities.
Breathtaking landscapes meet culinary extravagance, highclass events, luxury and design to create a uniquely exclusive lifestyle that can only be found in St. Moritz.
As you stroll through its picturesque lanes, you’ll soon understand why St. Moritz is one of the most famous holiday destinations in the world.
Nowhere else can you find such a concentration of gourmet restaurants, grand hotels, luxury boutiques and galleries.
LEG 4 – December 7th
Ponte di Legno
Ponte di Legno is a real jewel set amongst imposing peaks which are extremely fascinating in every season. Ponte di Legno belongs to the Pontedilegno-Tonale ski district, one of the most admired ski resorts of the Alps with 100 km of ski slopes to suit all abilities.
In Summer time this is the ideal destination for lovers of trekking within the beautiful location of the Adamello Park, the National Stelvio Park and the Natural Adamello-Brenta Park. This is also a Bike resort appreciated by all kind of bikers with Passo Gavia, Passo Mortirolo and many freeride itineraries.