Winter vacation in the Venosta Valley
Between untouched winter landscapes and legendary ski runs
Active holidaymakers and families will definitely get their money's worth on a winter holiday in the Vinschgau Valley. Skiers and snowboarders, cross-country skiers and tobogganists can expect a varied and varied range of all levels of difficulty in the ski areas in the Vinschgau. The fun parks and snow parks, toboggan runs, cross-country trails and high-altitude trails promise sporting challenges and lots of fun.
In winter, ski tourers climb sunny altitude targets with a great mountain panorama. Lonely winter trails can also be discovered while snowshoeing. There are separate centers for Nordic skiing in Schlinig with its cross-country trails and in the Martell valley for biathlon. Ice climbers are also drawn to the Martell valley or the high alpine Sulden. Further down in the valley, around the frozen Reschensee and Haidersee lakes, ice skaters, sailors and snow kiters from all over Europe meet.
In the Venosta Valley in South Tyrol, individual winter sports have long been a priority instead of mass tourism. This avoids annoying waiting times at the lifts. Horse lovers and families can enjoy the gentle side of winter on a sleigh ride. The huts along the way offer authentic regional cuisine. An evening visit to the sauna in one of the many wellness facilities in the Vinschgau in South Tyrol stimulates tired bones for the next day.
The top 3 winter hikes around Latsch:
- Snowshoe tour to the Tarscher Alm
- Suachbichl view
- Hike to the Lyfi Alm
What you shouldn't miss on your winter vacation:
o The four ski areas in the Vinschgau
o The most beautiful ski tours in the Alps can be found in the Vinschgau
o The cross-country center in the Martell valley
o Tobogganing on natural toboggan runs
o Ice skating in Laces
o Ice climbing towers and natural ice walls in the Ortler-Cevedale group
With the online map Vinschgau maps.vinschgau.net you are always on the right track.