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A 24 hour walking tour with Hans Kammerlander – as far as your feet can carry you Hans Kammerlander, the extreme climber of world renown, comes from a small mountain village in South Tyrol. If he is not at the moment in the Himalayas or Karakorum, he goes in for all kinds of tours in [...]
For the 3rd time now, the finish of that is probably the most gruelling and best- known transalpine marathon was in Sesto. Since it first took place in 2005, the GORETEX Transalpine Run has been known as one oft he greatest possible challegnes for mountain and trail runners. In teams oft wo, participants have to [...]
For 15 years now, the South Tyrolean Tre CIme Alpine Run has been held in Sesto. What began as a competition among friends to reach the Rifugio Zsigmondy, soon became a fixed event for maountain fans and mountain runners from all over the world. Annually, around 1000 paricipants start the race hoping to complete the [...]
If you love music and adore our landscape you can’t miss out this event. 90 Choirs, 3000 participants, 60 concerts will present varied music directions from a spiritual repertoire to opera as well as alpine songs. This is the Alta Pusteria International Choir Festival which takes place every year at the end of June. The [...]

Sesto / Sexten

Enjoy a relaxing and unique atmosphere in an uncontaminated natural environment and the spectacular scenery of the Dolomites to make a highlight of your event. Sesto/Sexten is one of the most picturesque mountain villages of the area where work, relax, entertainment and respect for local traditions coexist and visitors are treated to the stunning view of the Three Peaks (Tre Cime/Drei Zinnen) and the delights of local cuisine.

For more information: www.sexten.it

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