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Original and unique

Between special summit experiences and historic Irrigation Channel Paths

Surrounded by the second largest nature reserve in Europe, the Stelvio National Park, the Texel Group Nature Park and three mountain groups, the Vinschgau valley is one of the most eventful and original valleys in South Tyrol - and the Residence Montani is right in the middle of it. Typical for Vinschgau valley? The special dry climate with lots of sunshine, mild temperatures and the famous “Vinschger Wind”. What makes the Vinschgau valley so special? The lush green vegetation on the Monte Tramontana mountain and the barren slopes of the dry Monte Sole mountain with a flora and fauna unique in the Alps. 
What I am looking forward to
Location, location, location
Nature as far as the eye can see! Surrounded by greenery and centrally located in the Vinschgau valley, the family-run Residence Montani is the perfect starting point to experience the Vinschgau valley up close. On foot or in just a few minutes by car you can reach the most beautiful places and viewpoints of the Vinschgau valley. 
In summer there are numerous shady paths along the green, water rich Monte Tramontana mountain: on extensive summit or panoramic tours you will be truly enchanted by the view and the mountain world. Must see? The historic Irrigation Channel Paths, which can be walked all year round without any significant incline. v
Where to hike?
Theme trails, unforgettable hikes, high altitude trails, high mountain and summit tours are waiting for the big and small adventurers. You will be accompanied by a magnificent panoramic view of the surrounding 3,000-meter mountain world and the Ortler mountain, which at 3,905 meters is the highest mountain in South Tyrol. 
Rather with the cable car
High up you can go with the two cable cars in Latsch. The St. Martin im Kofel cable car leads to a mountain farming village and to the Monte Sole mountain. The hiking paradise Tarscher- and Latscher Alm on the opposite Monte Tramontana mountain can be reached with a simple chairlift.
The alpine pasture calls
The landscape in Vinschgau valley is characterized by high pastures and the greatest density of traditional South Tyrolean alpine huts. The vastness, tranquility and view of the mountain world of the alpine huts give a stunning atmosphere and summer peace and relaxation. What must not be missing? A typical South Tyrolean alpine meal. How that tastes!
On the right track
With the interactive Vinschgau valley map you are always on the right track. Here you can find everything you need for your tour planning at a glance: the most diverse hikes, climbing tours and gardens, alpine pastures and refuges, but also the nearest train station. Discover all the highlights here.
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Your vacation home
300 sunny days and a fresh breeze
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The Residence Montani is the perfect starting point and made for a summer vacation with your loved ones. In this quiet and central location, unforgettable vacation moments are guaranteed with 300 days of sunshine a year and a constant breeze. For relaxing vacations the large sunbathing lawn and for adventurous experiences the Vinschgau valley mountains with their unique flora and fauna.
What I am looking forward to
In the National Park
The Stelvio National Park is the second largest nature reserve in Europe. Glaciers and rock, high peaks and breathtaking views, but also green forests and torrents form the landscape. Wild animals and rare plants cavort here. Maybe you will discover some on your hike?
In the side valley
The high alpine Martelltal valley is one of the most imposing side valleys of the Vinschgau valley and extends from 950 m to the glacier of the Cevedale at 3,769 m. The glacier is a small valley. Here it is easy to recharge your batteries: tranquility, healthy mountain air and a lot of untouched nature with a unique fauna and flora. What more could you want? 
Would you like an alternative?
The sun-drenched Vinschgau valley is a top spot for active vacationers thanks to its scenic diversity and wide range of leisure activities: climbers will find numerous tours for vertical adventures, families practice in the climbing gardens, rafting enjoys great popularity along the Etsch river, and paragliders enjoy fantastic views. 
For water lovers
Windsurfers and other water sports enthusiasts can enjoy the 6 km long and 1 km wide Reschensee lake, fishermen and hikers are also attracted to the nearby natural Haidersee lake. Would you like an open-air swimming pool? The AquaForum Latsch with its wellness and sauna world is particularly popular. Relax and enjoy!
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