Passeiertal Val Passiria

Val Passiria

This valley extends in the south of the Stubai & Ötztal Alps.

Ever heard of Andreas Hofer? Well, this is the name of the most legendary freedom fighter all over Tyrol. He was the leader when in 1809 the Tyroleans so bitterly fought against Napoleon and the French sovereignty. After the fight he was captured and shot without mercy in Mantova. The brave man was born in beautiful Val Passiria. His birthplace, the Sandwirt Inn, became a unique museum introducing visitors to the fascinating life of Andreas Hofer…

Numerous sport and free time activities are waiting for you in Val Passiria. In summer, you can look forward to canyoning, rafting, horse riding or hiking. Not to forget the 18 holes golf course! In winter, the near-by ski area of Racines has a lot to offer to skiers and snowboarders alike. And the ski area of Plan is a true paradise for families and children! Those looking for a special kind of experience may embark on a comfy trip on a traditional horse-drawn carriage!

  1. Kuens Caines  

    Caines is located above Merano, near Rifiano at the entrance to the Val Passiria.  more

  2. Riffian Rifiano  

    The municipality of Rifiano is located at the entrance of the Val Passiria at 500 m asl.  more

  3. St. Martin in Passeier San Martino in Passiria  

    In the heart of the Val Passiria, there is the village of San Martino, considered the largest village of the valley.  more

  4. St. Leonhard im Passeiertal San Leonardo in Val Passiria  

    San Leonardo in Passiria is the main place of the Val Passiria and the birth place of the freedom fighter Andreas Hofer.  more

  5. Moos in Passeier Moso in Val Passiria  

    Moso is a municipality in Alta Val Passiria that attracts a large number of visitors by nature and traditions.  more

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