Hiking tours through the
beautiful Vinschgau Valley

Our tips for your hiking holidays

The unspoilt hiking paradise in the Vinschgau Valley leaves nothing to be desired – and the best hiking tips are all available at our reception. We know our homeland like the back of our hand and are enthusiastic hikers ourselves.

For the first couple of meters, the numerous lifts are also very helpful. In this way, also an inexperienced hiker may take a pleasant stroll in the high alpine region. Just tell us what makes you happy and we will lead you in the right direction!

Benefit from the Venosta Valley Card when exploring the surrounding countryside. So even your car can have a few days of holiday and you can concentrate totally on our wonderful landscapes in the Vinschgau Valley.

Fishing ponds Prato allo Stelvio

Langtaufers/Vallelunga

öhenweg/High mountain trail to Melag/Melago

At a glance: The still very peaceful valley Langtauferer Tal leads from Graun/Curon in the Upper Vinschgau Valley up to the foot of the Weisskugel (3738 m).

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Hiking in the Venosta Valley

Goldseeweg/Lago d'Oro path

From the Stilfserjoch to the Furkelhütte/Alpine hut Furkel

At a glance: A 1-day tour on a high mountain trail along the southern slopes of the Stilfs ridge, with wonderful views to the Ortles range and the Stilfserjoch…

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Hiking in the Venosta Valley

Sulden/Solda

The easiest 3.000 m high mountain in the Ortles region

At a glance: by cable-car from Sulden, South Tyrols's highest village, up to the high regions and then an alpine walk without much effort but with wonderful panoramic views…

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Churburg Castle Schluderns

Schluderns /Sluderno

Circular walk with a visit to the Churburg castle

At a glance: The walking path takes to the Churburg Castle/Castel Coira where you can admire a unique collection of arms and valuable furnishings. Then along the Schludernser Waalweg above the Saldurbach and back to the village…

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View on the Venosta Valley

From St. Martin/ San Martino to Schlanders/Silandro

A walk along the “Vinschgauer Sonnenberg”

At a glance: There are many walks which lead through the “Vinschgauer Sonnenberg” (sunny mountain) to St. Martin am Kofel. This route takes you up from Latsch/Laces by cable-car to the mountain village (1736 m) with its church and superb views

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Venosta Valley sunny mountain

Martell

To the Marteller Hütte/Alpine hut Martelll (2610m) at the Konzenlacke/Lake Konzen

At a glance: the drive into the Martell valley leads into an unspoilt landscape. Little was built here and behind the resevoir a real nature paradise awaits you. This easy mountain walk takes you to the Martellerhütte/Alpine hut Martell at the lake Konzen…

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Apple blossom

Schnalstal/Senales valley

A circular walk to some of Tirol's highest farmsteads

At a glance: this not-too-strenuous day tour takes you to the high mountain farmsteads of the Schnalstal valley. The living quarters and the farm buildings are all of wood, weathered by wind and snow. Staying on the sunny south-facing slopes, the path passes many splendid farmsteads and leads around the Schnalser Stausee reservoir …

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Hiking in the Venosta Valley

Pfossental Valley

Hiking walk to the mountain farms Eishöfe

At a glance: the Pfossental Valley, a side valley of the Schnalstal valley, leads into the high mountain regions of the nature reserve Texel group…

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Waalweg Venosta Valley

Waalweg Tschars/Ciardes (irrigation channel path)

To Reinhold Messner's residence at Juval Castle

At a glance: the prettiest Waalweg (irrigation channel path) on the Vinschgauer Sonnnenberg (sunny mountain) leads through different vegetation zones up to the Juval Castle, soaring high above the entrance to the Schnalstal Valley…

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