Running holidays in Europe: a unique nature experience
Running life can be so good
I simply set off running and leave everything behind me. Letting my thoughts go, I feel free. Since the first time I came to South Tyrol to go running, I know what it means to feel independent and completely free. I set off running right in front of the Hotel Cendevaves on the Monte Pana in Val Gardena. The most beautiful routes leading directly into the wonderful mountain world of the Dolomites start from here. Depending on how fit I feel, I choose a simple or a more demanding circuit. But I am always accompanied by the most beautiful views of a natural scenery that is second to none.
“The special thing about running is the variety.”Albert RunggerRunning coach
Marathon training in South Tyrol makes me happy
Here I can give free rein to my emotions
Challenging mountain run
I discovered my love for trail running in the Dolomites on Monte Pana.
Experience natural wonders on running holidays in Europe
10 different running routes make my runner’s heart beat faster.
Running camps: on the way to top form
Marathon training and high-altitude training camps put me into a great running holiday mood.
The running paradise on Monte Pana
Relaxed runs at an altitude of 1,650 keep me fit and healthy.
To marathon training with professionals
Marathon training on Monte Pana: the best preparation for my next run.
Getting moving has never been this easier as on my running holiday in Europe in the Hotel Cendevaves in Val Gardena. The countryside draws me outdoors in the early morning too. The fresh mountain air flows into my lungs, the purest of spring water refreshes my body and off I run. Spectacular views of the mountain world of the Dolomites accompanies me at every step. The path leads me through forests, over meadows steep uphill climbs and descents. Until I return to my starting point again. Exhausted but happy and satisfied with myself. Now I can relax and re-energise for the next run in this unique natural environment.
Lean back, enjoy and get inspired.
Lauf-Camp with A. Rungger and H. Achmüller