From Mules, the Valle di Mules branches off, stretching up to the Passo di Valles.
Once upon a time, and several centuries long, Mules used to be an independent community, only in 1929 it was affiliated to Campo di Trens. However, this area has been already been settled very early in time, which is by the way testified by a Roman milestone of 210 AD, that was layed open in Mules.
Mules is located at the entrance of the homonymous valley, branching off from the Valle Isarco, and stretching up to the Passo di Valles (1.933 m). The latter is by the way also a popular holiday excursion destination. Regarding hikes you can also make a walk to Rizzoli, or go promenading along the Romedisteig trail. A curiosity: there is one natural monument in the village, which is a century-old nut tree. A further sight that deserves a visit is the S. Osvaldo parish church.