Mountain bike tours, bike tours, walking and hiking, climbing and fishing ... the Resia Pass holiday area offers an action-packed summer to all those keen to enjoy the numerous outdoor fun opportunities on land, water and in the air! Along 300 kilometers of well-maintained, clearly signposted paths and across 250 km of bike tracks, visitors can discover the end of the Venosta Valley, bordering with Austria and Switzerland. The lakes are popular destinations for both fishermen and wind sailors and there is kite-surfing on Resia Lake. Even a boat trip on the MS Hubertus might be an original way to discover the area. Ride through the woods on the local Haflinger horses and with two via ferrata climbing routes.

Fun-filled ski runs for the family down the sunny slopes in a magnificent setting, cross-country ski excursions along the panoramic tracks and winter walks amidst a pristine natural environment. The Resia Pass holiday area is ideal for those who wish to spend their winter in the white outdoors.

There are numerous options for skiers as well as other winter sports enthusiasts in the side valleys of the Langtaufers and Rojen, which invite you to explore the winter landscape of the Venosta Valley. The Resia Lake, with the curious old church steeple protruding out of the water's surface and the smaller St. Valentino Lake are ideal for action sports such as high-speed ice-skating, ice-sailing and snow-kiting.