From apple orchards to glaciers: The 80 km long Val Venosta valley stretches from the surroundings of Merano to the Resia Pass
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Video : Waalweg paths in Val Venosta
video : MTB on the Ortles war front
video : Sunrise at Passo Stelvio
video : The shaman of the Venosta Valley
video : Via bike & train through Venosta
video : Autumn in Val Venosta
video : Apple blossoms Val Venosta
video : Spring in Venosta Valley
In the west of South Tyrol, the Val Venosta stretches from Naturno near Merano to the Resia Pass, where the Adige river rises and a steeple towers in the waters of Lake Resia. Hardly could a holiday area be more varied: Apple orchards and apricot trees on the one side, rough mountain peaks and glaciers on the other side, the most famous of which is of course King Ortles (3,905 m a.s.l.).
On discovery journey in the Stelvio National Park, a walk along the centuries-old Waalweg trails along ancient irrigation canals, a coffee in one of the historic villages of the valley, or a visit to the Monte Maria Monastery - the choice is yours. Snow-sure skiing areas in quiet alpine valleys such as Solda, far away from hustle and bustle, complete the offer in the winter season.