Endless variety in Val Venosta in the west of South Tyrol. Dreamy holidays between Resia Pass and Merano.
We provide tips for your leisure time during all seasons of the year, information on gastronomy and wines, but also interesting facts about the history and culture of the valley
You will see: Whatever month you choose for your holidays in Val Venosta, every day you can visit charming villages, enjoy the unspoiled nature and culture landscape with its unique mountains, ancient traditions, local specialties and hearty people.
An endless variety of hiking and bike tours, rafting
, climbing, mountaineering, skiing, and snowboarding
adventures awaits you. Spring
Here, spring is an adventure. Observe the blooming of millions of apple trees and the scented air in the entire valley.
During clear spring nights the frost irrigation is activated in order to protect the flowers. The entire valley turns into a magical forest of ice flowers overnight. Cycling tours and hikes through the orchards or along the irrigation channels at the warm Monte Sole slope are amongst the most popular activities.
Spring in Val Venosta is very controversial. Skiers and snowboarders look forward to the perfect snow and cosy temperatures, while summer sport fans long for the first signs of spring and the new summer season.
If you decide to spend your spring holidays in Val Venosta, you are spoiled for choice... Summer
Numerous options also await you in summer: be it hiking
to a cosy alpine hut, to high peaks or to secluded alpine likes, be it an exciting mountain-bike tour
, playing tennis or a visit to one of the many outdoor pools; Val Venosta offers something for every taste and for any temperament. Autumn
Autumn is "Törggele" time. The grapes and apples ripen and you can smell the smoke of fire and roast chestnuts. This is the right time for a comfortable autumn hike, the time to sit together and to taste the new wine. Winter
Deeply snowed in slopes, surrounded by imposing mountain peaks and blue skies. Welcome to the Ortles Ski Arena which not only sets the pulses of skiers and snowboarders racing.
Nature lovers enjoy quiet spots like the quiet Val Martello, the Slingia Valley and the Vallelunga Valley. These valleys are dedicated to cross-country skiing, biathlon, ski tours and snow-shoe hiking.
Those who do not like to feel the snow under their boots can enjoy a beautiful winter hike on the snow-free Monte Sole slope.
In the evening everybody meets at a hut – Val Venosta poses no limits with regard to fun in the snow.