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The Val Venosta Valley
is an alpine valley between Merano
and the Resia Mountain Pass
. Characteristic for the valley is the small amount of annual precipitation. The reason for this climate is the imposing mountain chains: The Ortles-Cevedale Group
(Ortler 3,905 m, South Tyrol’s highest mountain) and the Ötztaler Alps
, which stop the clouds.
The climate also offers ideal prerequisites for hikers
and nature enthusiasts
. Whether you climb up to over 3,000 metres or you hike along the irrigation channels
in the valley – everywhere you will be accompanied by the mild and sunny climate of this area. In high summer
it has a very refreshing effect and in spring
it offers comfortable warmth.
The Venosta Valley is located in the hiking paradise of the Stelvio National Park
, where professional guides offer exciting hiking excursions.