The scent of spring is in the air

When the world awakens again

There is hardly any other time of the year we look forward to as much as spring. Nature finally comes back to life, flowers stretch their heads towards the sky, the sun sends its first warm rays towards the earth and sparks our desire for action and adventure.


The gentle spring weather lures you out into nature. A walk in the valley, a themed hike or the first summit ascent of the year; the Venosta Valley offers many different trails leading through green forests and blooming meadows. Immerse yourself in the sunny season!

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In spring, the temperatures are ideal for bike rides along the Via Claudia Augusta in the valley; gradually, also mountains and passes can be explored. Get pedalling and follow the various routes through the Venosta Valley. There is something for every level of difficulty.

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Taste your way through the delicacies of nature and let yourself be guided by the scent of fresh herbs; for example, at the many farmers' markets in the area. All the local produce and artisan products will make your mouth water. Not to be missed: an asparagus dish and a glass of white wine.


The great thing about the Venosta Valley is the snow on the peaks even in spring. While the sun warms your back, you can head down the slopes turn by turn. Solda/Sulden with the highest peaks in South Tyrol and the Val Senales/Schnalstal glacier are particularly popular with spring skiers.

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Ski touring

Even off the slopes, there is still enough snow for your explorations on touring skis. Climb to the summit and marvel at the panorama that opens up around you. The sun transforms the mountain landscape into a sparkling wonderland under a bright blue sky. The perfect end to an unforgettable winter season!

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Between trips into the great outdoors, it's worth making a detour to the numerous sights of the Venosta Valley. Explore the medieval monasteries and libraries, follow in the footsteps of knights and damsels, and attend springtime cultural events.

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Apple and apricot blossom

A sea of white-pink blossoms wherever you look. South Tyrol is always worth a visit, but the apple and apricot blossom season is particularly special. Enjoy the sweet scent and take in the splendour of the blossoms on a hike or bike tour along the fields. It's amazing what wonders nature has to offer.

Alpine Rose Blossom

However, spring doesn't only show its most beautiful colours in the valley. Another highlight awaits you in late spring: the alpine rose blossom. This pink character plant likes to grow on shady mountain slopes. So open your eyes during your next mountain tour and let yourself be enchanted.


Spring fever will awaken as soon as you follow these old agricultural watercourses. The ‘Waalwege’, paths along old irrigation channels, are a popular excursion destination for walkers and hikers of all ages. Listen to the peaceful babbling of the water and let your gaze wander over the landscape.

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