What about abseiling down the waterfall, free climbing with a spectacular view, dashing down the single trail by mountain bike or jumping & cruising during a tandem paragliding flight?
There are, of course, also many activities with less adrenaline: an adventurous boat tour or stand up paddling on the Adige river, the small and nice climing area Burgstallknott for beginners, archery with animal dummies, nordic walking or jogging along the Waalwege trails, beach volleyball, mini golf, bowling, billiards, cycling for pleasure or inline skating along the Adige river.
Rablà is the entrance to two hiking areas, each served by its own cable car. To the north, the Texelbahn Cable Car leads up the Sonnenberg mountain and the Texelgruppe Nature Park, while on the south side the Aschbach Cable Car reaches up into the Nörderberg mountain known as an ideal hiking area for families and for the charming litte Vigiljoch church.
There are paths and hiking trails at different altitudes totalling 240 km: from the flat Waalwege trails along the ancient irrigation channels on the hillsides above Rablà to the high altitude mountain terrain with 13 peaks rising above 3,000m a.sl.. There are easy children’s walks as well as more challenging treks along the Merano High Mountain Trail. A hiking holiday in Rablà also includes guided tours and the excitement of Geocaching.