In the heart of South Tyrol there is one of the biggest plateaus in all of Europe, the Rodenecker alpine meadow. Extending to an altitude of 2000m this combination of the Lüsner and Rodenecker alpine meadows makes for a charming excursion destination. Roam the lush, green alpine meadows and pastures, shaded forests with their characteristic spruces and larches and enjoy the fresh mountain air and view of the dolomites with every step you take.
One of the main attractions of this area is undoubtedly the Astjoch and the Joggele Stöckl which are at 2197m and likely to be raved about again and again. As you walk, you will definitely have occasion to stop in one of the many alpine lodges. The Roner lodge on the Rodenecker alpine meadow is especially worth a visit. A short break never hurts and then you’re off to your next attraction amongst the dolomites.