In the upper Val Venosta, right on the famous Joch Pass Road lies the peaceful village of Stelvio, which offers a whole wealth of attractions for your hiking holiday in South Tyrol. In Stilfs and the Stilfserjoch National Park, you will find a typical Val Venosta mountain village with oodles of charm.

Holiday in Stelvio - South Tyrol

The idyllic holiday village of Stelvio is located in Alta Val Venosta, next to the famous road leading to Passo dello Stelvio. Stelvio offers a wide array of attractions for your hiking holiday in South Tyrol. During your holiday in Stelvio, in the midst of the Stelvio National Park you will get to know a typical and very charming mountain village of Venosta. The picturesque houses are built one after the other, nestled on the sunny hill at the foot of the Ortles massive (3,905m). The village seems to shade off into the clear blue sky, with some farms located at an altitude of 1,800m. Let the Ortles region work its magic on you during your hiking holiday in Stelvio in South Tyrol and enjoy the fresh mountain air. We invite you to experience the friendly atmosphere of one of the many hotels in Stelvio and bed and breakfasts in Stelvio. Your hosts bid you a warm welcome!

Relaxing hiking tours in the Stelvio National Park

The unspoiled nature of the Stelvio National Park, surrounded by the impressive mountain setting of the Ortles Group offers a wide array of possibilities for enjoyable hiking tours in South Tyrol during your hiking holiday in Stelvio. Whether you prefer leisurely hikes through the woods, rambling tours at high altitudes or challenging hiking and mountain climbing tours around King Ortles, Gran Zebru or Palla Bianca - hiking in the Stelvio National Park offers something to suit everyone and lets you experience the fascinating natural treasures of the national park. The Sesvenna region, spanning from Passo dello Stelvio to Passo di Resia, offers a wide range of hiking routes for your hiking holiday in Stelvio in Val Venosta. The Sesvenna region is also known as the western natural border between Val Venosta and the canton of Grigioni in Switzerland. In any case a holiday in Stelvio would not be complete without a visit to the Passo dello Stelvio (2,800m). The famous road that leads to Passo dello Stelvio has 48 switchbacks. Other popular destinations for your diverse holiday in Val Venosta in Stelvio are the mountain village of Solda and the medieval city of Glorenza. Your active holiday in Stelvio even offers you the possibility of skiing in South Tyrol in the summer - with the summer skiing region of Stelvio right in the heart of the wonderful world of King Ortles.

Set out on cultural adventures and enjoy plenty of leisure activities during your winter holiday in Stelvio

Stelvio and its surroundings offer numerous cultural attractions that are definitely well worth a visit during your holiday in South Tyrol. We recommend a visit to the game reserve of Stelvio, where you can watch red deer or a trip to the pilgrimage chapel Tre Fontane Sante in Trafoi. Moreover, you should gain an insight into the geology of the Ortles massive in the visitors' centre of the National Park, Naturatrafoi, or learn more about the topics ice and Ortles in the Messner Moutnain Museum Ortles in Solda. Your active leisure programme during your holiday in Stelvio offers a whole feast of activities such as wonderful cycling tours and mountain bike tours through the Stelvio National Park or exciting Nordic Walking tours. In the winter, you should explore the winter wonderland during your winter holiday in South Tyrol in Stelvio. The ski resorts of Solda, Passo Madriccio and Trafoi, which always have plenty of snow, invite you to enjoyable snowboarding and skiing in South Tyrol. The sunny and not too big Trafoi ski resort offers fun in the snow for the young and old during your family holiday in Stelvio in South Tyrol. Enjoy relaxing hours during winter hiking tours, snow-shoe hikes and horse-drawn sleigh rides through the snow-covered landscape during your winter holiday in Stelvio.

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