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Lift Facilities

Lift Facilites in the Venosta Valley Holiday Region

The rich vineyards and orchards reach to Silandro and Lasa. On the border with Upper Venosta Valley, the cornfields and pastures begin. The fertile valley floors are framed by high, snow-capped mountains of the Ortles-Cevedale group and the Ötztal Alps on the one side. Opposing, the Monte Sole mountain, snow-free and sparse, thrones. There are higher mountains, but none more beautiful, Reinhold Messner says about the Venosta Valley mountains.

In order to bridge the high vertical distances quickly and to adjoin the many mountain farmsteads and inns with the valley, transportation such as cable cars, mountain railways, gondola lifts and chair lifts were built in all of South Tyrol. They belong to the South Tyrolean mountains like the train and bus in the valley. Around Silandro and Lasa there are around a dozen gondola lifts and chairlifts up to the high plateaus of the Monte Sole and Monte Tramontana Mountains. Here you can safely leave your car behind, and make use of the discount cards for taking public transportion.

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Discover the many advantage cards available in the cultural and ecological South Tyrolean Region.
 
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When visiting the Venosta Valley and South Tyrol, be sure to take advantage of our new cost-saving offer Venosta Valley Card
 
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The cultivation of fruit and vineyards characterize the valleys of South Tyrol. The local vineyards and apple orchards stretch across the entire Venosta Valley.
 
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The marble-transporting train has been operated in the same original state since 1930 and carries the marble from the marble quarry to the valley.
Welcome in Silandro-Lasa
Hike along ancient irrigation channels at the Monte Sole, in the Stilfser Joch National Park 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.
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