The three-valley municipality of Racines is one of the largest of South Tyrol and boasts several attractions such as the Stanghe waterfalls.

The large-scale community and former mining municipality of Racines comprises the Valgiovo, the Val Racines and the Val Ridanna valleys. Stretching from 950 to 1,500 m asl, Racines is a member of the “Alpine Pearls”, a network of destinations able to offer holidays in environmentally conscious fashion. The Passo del Giovo divides the Stubai Alps with Cima dell’Accia, Monte Altacroce and Cima Libera from the Sarentino Alps.

Castel Wolfsthurn and its Provincial Museum for Hunting and Fishing, the Provincial Museum of Mining of Monteneve, the S. Maddalena miners’ chapel, the ruins of Reifenegg Castle and the Gilfenklamm canyon make your holidays an unforgettable experience. In winter, however, the Racines-Giovo skiing area is the greatest attraction in the municipality.

  1. Stanghe

    The wild-romantic Gilfenklamm waterfalls and the ruins of Reifenegg are the main…
  2. Casateia

    Casateia is an ideal starting point for experiencing the landscape. The Valgiovo…
  3. Valgiovo

    The Valgiovo connects the city of Vipiteno to the Val Passiria and is the most…
  4. Mareta

    Mareta is located at the valley entrance of the Val Ridanna and is enthroned by…
  5. Val Racines

    The Val Racines takes its course from Stanghe and offers a wide and beautiful skiing area.
  6. Ridanna

    Ridanna harkens back on an animated mining history and offers varied possibilities…
  7. Telves

    Telves is located on the north side of the Val Ridanna valley and reflects the…

Suggested accommodations: Racines show all

  1. Hotel Plunhof

    Hotel Plunhof

  2. Hotel Sonklarhof

    Hotel Sonklarhof

  3. Hotel Gassenhof

    Hotel Gassenhof

  4. Hotel Taljörgele

    Hotel Taljörgele

  5. Residence Rainer

    Residence Rainer

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