At the entrance to the Val Martello, between the ridges of the Monte Sole mountain and those of the Monte Tramontana mountain just below the Stelvio National Park and the Texel Mountain Nature Reserve, lies one of the most diverse network of paths to be found anywhere in the Alps.

Thanks to the highly varied topography, the tourist area of Laces-Martello/Latsch-Martelltal is a big draw for visitors. There are trails to suit everyone: undemanding itineraries for the family to explore including the so-called ‘Waalwege’ – the irrigation channel trails; educational themed walks and excursions, guided tours and walks up to the mountain shelters. There are also mountain hikes and climbing trips into the high mountains at heights of up to around 4,000 m.