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Snowshoe Hiking

Snowshoe Hiking in Val Venosta

On Soft Soles Through the Winter Holiday

Snowshoe hikers will find a vast network of well-marked hiking routes, mountain trails and secluded tracks in Venosta Valley, many of which offer a spectacular view of the mountain range from the Ortles group, Sesvenna and the Oetztal Alps all the way to the Dolomites.

Snowshoe hiking in the Venosta Valley mountains is a winter activity that can be enjoyed by friends, families and groups. There are also challenging tours for visitors who wish to experience true high-Alpine nature adventures. With snowshoes, one can experience winter in its most original form, hiking through unspoiled forests, breathing in fresh air, and enjoying the clear view over the mountains.

Along the way there are many opportunities for taking breaks, including pasture huts like the Slingia/Schlinig Alpine hut, the Lyfi Alpine hut in Val Martello/Martelltal Valley or the Melago Alpine hut in Vallelunga/Langtaufers at the Melago circuit.

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The biggest draws among the museums of Venosta Valley are the two branches of the Messner Mountain Museum (MMM) founded by Reinhold Messner.
 
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The white season in Val Venosta is showcased in all its beauty during winter hiking. The snowed-in mountain landscapes under the mild winter sun are ideal for extended tours.
 
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In the sunny Val Venosta, there are 5 ski resorts, which form part of the larger Ortler Skiarena association. In total there are 330 km of slopes which can be enjoyed with the same Ski Pass.
 
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Tips for planning your holiday: maps.vinschgau.net
Welcome to the Venosta Valley cultural region
Hike along ancient irrigation channels, partake of winter sports on glacial areas beneath impressive Alpine peaks or ride your bike along the Roman trade route Via Claudia Augusta. Relax in small villages and peaceful valleys with amiable hosts. Discover numerous cultural sites and the unique culinary delights of Venosta Valley.