Valles: the recall of the mountains! Spend your hiking holiday in South Tyrol
Our region Gitschberg-Jochtal is famous for its challenging routes. No wonder: the Valsertal is so attractive, lying at the bottom of the Fundres mountains with two three-thousand meter high peaks, one almost three thousand meter high and the famous Wilder See, the pastures rise so gracefully that you cannot only keep watching. True mountain lovers express their admiration while walking. And so you can go on tour and have a rest in your hiking holiday in South Tyrol at the historical Malga Fane, explore the romantic area around the Wilder See or the mystery of the “Stoanamandln”. A challenge is for every hiker climbing a three-thousand-meter: Here you can choose between the Wilde Kreuzspitze with 3,132 m, 3,022 m or the Wurmaul, or the Blickenspitze with at least 2,988 m. On the Gitschberg you can enjoy a panoramic view that is unparalleled, and in Rodengo you find yourself in the legendary world of South Tyrol. Back along the Fundres high trail you can follow the huts tour and experience the life on the pasture.
So you go upward
If you want to save your energy for peak experiences, you can easily use the local ski lifts Gitschberg-Jochtal. They are also in operation in summer and as owners of AlmenCard Plus take you for free directly on the trails above Valles and Maranza. Our network of trails is perfectly maintained. It connects you with 40 mountain huts, enchanting clear mountain lakes and magnificent alpine peaks. Whether you tackle the hiking holidays in South Tyrol in Nordic walking style, you want to conquer stately peaks or just follow your spontaneously an enjoyable walk – you will always find the right route for you and will be richly endowed by nature.
Hut flair & delicacies
Speaking of hiking pleasure: The mountain huts of the very interesting Malga Fane, an unique alpine village with magnificent mountain scenery, the Nockalm, the Gatterer Hut and many more are looking forward to traveling guests with a strong appetite. Here you will find typical South Tyrolean dishes and a cold drink is not missing. You will see that on each pasture, in each hut it is a little bit different. A good reason to go on tour again the next morning!