The village of Sesto lies in the Puster Valley in the far east of South Tyrol. With its countless hamlets, it stretches from the valley entrance at San Candido up to the Passo Monte Croce. Towering skywards is the symbol of the Alta Pusteria, the pinnacles of the famous Three Peaks of Lavaredo. Sesto is widely known as a paradise for hikers but it is also a winter sports resort. In summer, numerous hiking trails lead across the barren mountain ridges, through dense forests, along narrow paths and steep rock walls. Alpine huts are dotted here and there, inviting places to stop and rest. The Sesto Dolomites ski carousel has 91 kilometres of slopes offering stunning views and pure ski pleasure. Cross-country skiers have 1,300 km of tracks – the longest cross-country area in Europe, including those of Sesto – so they can follow their passion to their heart’s content. The region around your Vitalpina Hotels in Sesto is also perfect for snow-shoe hikes and winter hiking, many tours will take you to some of the most stunning views in the country. And when you finally retire tired but happy to your holiday home, you can relax in comfort and happily look back on a rewarding day.