Winter and ski holiday in Val Venosta
Skiing, cross-country skiing, ski touring, snowshoeing or rather snowkiting? The winter presents itself in the upper Val Venosta as varied as the landscape itself! Whether you want to walk through glittering powder snow, ski touring, exploring the beautiful winter landscape while cross-country skiing or want to spend a relaxing ski holiday in the Venosta Valley: The entire tri-border region is the ideal destination for an adventurous ski and winter holiday in South Tyrol!
Active winter holidays in the holiday region Passo di Resia
Whether beginner or advanced: A skiing holiday in the holiday region Passo di Resia is a adventure for everyone! The three ski areas Malga di San Valentino, Belpiano and Nauders in Austria, with a total of 120 kilometers of slopes, are just waiting to be explored - and all this with just one ski pass!
Even the followers of nordic skiing in the Upper Venosta Valley are welcome! The plateau of Resia an the alp of Muta offers optimal conditions for cross-country-skiing. 45 km of slopes lead through sunny fields and sparse forests. Also very popular is the three-country trail, which even reaches up to Nauders in Austria or the snow-sure and 15 km long trail “Weißkugel” in Vallelunga which performs a unique natural landscape.
If all that is too boring, you can test your limits on the lake Resia during exciting snowkiting courses for beginners.
You see - the active options in winter on Passo di Resia are almost limitless!
Biking and hiking holiday in Venosta Valley
Whether hiking, biking or various trend sports: The Venosta Valley is an ideal destination for nature lovers and sports fans! The tri-border region provides countless opportunities for hiking and mountains to explore. So are for example the alp of San Valentino, Belpiano at Resia, Nauders or the natural Vallelunga, not far away for a hike or mountain tour and can partly be achieved easily and conveniently with the new cable cars and ski lifts. 200 km of marked hiking trails offer the perfect package for every requirement!
Active holidays in the natural paradise Upper Venosta Valley
While the mountains around San Valentino invites to adventurous hikes or challenging mountain tours, the valley is ideal for enjoyable cycling trips or leisurely walks. Numerous trails ensure pure action in a high alpine terrain. On a route network of around 350 km of well-marked bike paths, you can discover the colorful landscape of the Upper Venosta Valley on the border with Austria and Switzerland.
Even those who look for sporting challenges and action, is right in the Venosta Valley! Kiting, snow kiting, sailing or paragliding let the hearts of outdoor enthusiasts beat faster! Who wants can explore the Lake Resia during a excursion with the ship MS Hubertus or spend relaxin hours while fishing. Of course, the turquoise lakes can be circumnavigated without great effort on foot.
Who spend their summer holidays in Venosta Valley, will not be bored for sure!