Blue lakes, rugged cliffs and deep green forests: in Val di Sole in northwestern Trentino, the atmosphere of alpinism and hiking is tangible. The most diverse hiking trails, mountain and climbing Tours lead you up into the Adamello-Presanella Alps and the Ortler Group. Often, you’ll be on historic military routes that lead you to the remains of days long gone as well as to unique views.
Whether trekking, hiking, mountaineering or climbing, once you’ve arrived in Val di Sole, the surrounding mountain world opens up endless possibilities. Trails for beginners, advanced climbers and active alpinists let you explore the mountains of the Eastern Alps in your own way. So that you can quickly find the right experience for you, we’ve put together a cross-section of all mountain experiences in this Collection. In addition to challenging, alpine mountain hikes that take you over glacier passages to the highest altitudes of the Eastern Alps, you can also explore the historical places of the area on relaxed hiking trails.
If you want to experience the mountains over several days, you’ll also find two multi-day treks that you can tackle with a backpack. Always pay attention to the level of difficulty and the equipment tips for each Tour because you need mountaineering equipment for some of these adventures. For others, suitable weatherproof clothing is sufficient. If you want to go on the Tours with a professional guide, there are plenty operating in the area.
In Val di Sole, reconnecting with nature in the midst of the mountain world is the top priority. With every Tour, you leave stress far behind, while the atmosphere of the valleys, rocks, forests and wonderful huts captivates you.
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This mountain stage goes up and down again to the Hinteren Eggenspitze (Cima Sternai). There are demanding 18.4 kilometers ahead of you - so plan enough time. The starting point is the Sentiero degli alpinisti above the Malga Stablasolo alpine pasture. You follow the path to the Dos de la Cros viewpoint. Then the tour takes you straight ahead and now always along the river Torrente Rabbies.
This mountain tour up the highest mountain in the Ortler group is challenging and historically special. As so often in the Val di Sole region, you walk on old military paths. You don't need crampons or other climbing equipment for the ascent to Monte Vioz, but this route will demand a lot from you, especially in terms of stamina. But after a little more than six kilometers, a top-class panorama awaits you.