VAL DI SOLE IN SUMMER

In summer the Val di Sole offers a really wide range of activities!

Mountain excursions are doubtlessly the most recommended, given the thick network of paths characterising the valley. There are easy walks as well as paths that can take you up to the peaks almost 3500 metres high.

Rafting on the Noce river is another entertaining sport available that suits the whole family. In a dinghy, you can travel along the valley’s major river for about 10 km.

There is a cycle path 35 km in length that stretches from the village of Cogolo to the Mostizzolo bridge. It ensures an extremely pleasant cycling afternoon for the entire family since it can be ridden downhill and there is a train available for the return trip.

There are also e-bike tours available, that grant the privilege of a view over the valley using an eco-friendly means of transport that doesn’t require too much effort. Another option is downhill for the most reckless: there are two bike parks and lots of trails to experience our woods at full speed!

You can also practice Nordic walking if you wish to experience physical and mental well-being during your holiday.

WELCOME TO THE OUTDOOR PARADISE

The Val di Sole is the valley of western Trentino wedged between the Brenta Dolomites and the Stelvio National Park. It’s full of resources and extends for about 50 km from the Tonale Pass to the Mostizzolo bridge. The villages are distributed between the main valley along the river Noce and the two lateral valleys: Val di Pejo and Val di Rabbi.

WHAT TO DO IN VAL DI SOLE

Nature nature lovers and mountains find what they are looking for in Val di Sole, among majestic peaks, more than 100 mirrors of water and infinite woods and networks of trails and the Walnut Creek, awarded the title of one of the 10 best rivers by National Geographic for the rafting to the world. In winter, the Val di Sole is a real ski paradise thanks to an infinite number of trails and connections with the most prestigious ski areas.

VAL DI SOLE IN WINTER

The Val di Sole is the ideal place for ski, given the many skiing, given the many ski areas that are part of it: Campiglio Brenta Dolomites with more than 150 km of slopes, the Pejo ski area with the cable car Pejo 3000 which takes you to the foot of Cima Vioz offering a very long slope that takes you all the way to Pejo Terme, and the ski area Ponte di Legno-Tonale with the Presena Glacier and the imposing peaks of the Adamello-Presanella Group.

However, if you aren’t a ski lover don’t worry: there’s a lot more in Val di Sole!

Snowshoeing In the company of mountain guides or independently, snowshoe hiking in deep snow even in the moonlight in the Stelvio National Park, ski mountaineering to reach the highest mountain pastures and taste delicious Trentino dishes, exciting sledding downhill and ascend in snowmobile.

You can also experience being pulled by sled dogs at the Tonale pass. And, last but not least, there are relaxing walks and wonderful cross-country ski trails that provide the opportunity for healthy exercise during your holidays.

SPAS AND WELL-BEING

With its crystal clear and pure air, trees and fields in endless shades of green and walks for every level of ability, the Stelvio National Park is almost 90 years old. It highlights history, culture and traditions, magical silences, precious and healing mineral waters

Pejo Spa boasts a long tradition of hydrotherapy thanks to the richness of the mineral sources present in the valley. The beneficial qualities of the Antica Fonte, of the Nuova Fonte and of the Fonte Alpina are used to heal a range of pathologies.

The healing possibilities have been broadened with several new treatments and well-being areas where you can practice activities that help overcome states of physical and mental fatigue.

WELCOME TO THE OUTDOOR PARADISE

The Val di Sole is the valley of western Trentino wedged between the Brenta Dolomites and the Stelvio National Park. It’s full of resources and extends for about 50 km from the Tonale Pass to the Mostizzolo bridge. The villages are distributed between the main valley along the river Noce and the two lateral valleys: Val di Pejo and Val di Rabbi.

WHAT TO DO IN VAL DI SOLE

Nature nature lovers and mountains find what they are looking for in Val di Sole, among majestic peaks, more than 100 mirrors of water and infinite woods and networks of trails and the Walnut Creek, awarded the title of one of the 10 best rivers by National Geographic for the rafting to the world. In winter, the Val di Sole is a real ski paradise thanks to an infinite number of trails and connections with the most prestigious ski areas.

VAL DI SOLE IN SUMMER

In summer the Val di Sole offers a really wide range of activities!

Mountain excursions are doubtlessly the most recommended, given the thick network of paths characterising the valley. There are easy walks as well as paths that can take you up to the peaks almost 3500 metres high.

Rafting on the Noce river is another entertaining sport available that suits the whole family. In a dinghy, you can travel along the valley’s major river for about 10 km.

There is a cycle path 35 km in length that stretches from the village of Cogolo to the Mostizzolo bridge. It ensures an extremely pleasant cycling afternoon for the entire family since it can be ridden downhill and there is a train available for the return trip.

There are also e-bike tours available, that grant the privilege of a view over the valley using an eco-friendly means of transport that doesn’t require too much effort. Another option is downhill for the most reckless: there are two bike parks and lots of trails to experience our woods at full speed!

You can also practice Nordic walking if you wish to experience physical and mental well-being during your holiday.

VAL DI SOLE IN WINTER

The Val di Sole is the ideal place for ski, given the many skiing, given the many ski areas that are part of it: Campiglio Brenta Dolomites with more than 150 km of slopes, the Pejo ski area with the cable car Pejo 3000 which takes you to the foot of Cima Vioz offering a very long slope that takes you all the way to Pejo Terme, and the ski area Ponte di Legno-Tonale with the Presena Glacier and the imposing peaks of the Adamello-Presanella Group.

However, if you aren’t a ski lover don’t worry: there’s a lot more in Val di Sole!

Snowshoeing In the company of mountain guides or independently, snowshoe hiking in deep snow even in the moonlight in the Stelvio National Park, ski mountaineering to reach the highest mountain pastures and taste delicious Trentino dishes, exciting sledding downhill and ascend in snowmobile.

You can also experience being pulled by sled dogs at the Tonale pass. And, last but not least, there are relaxing walks and wonderful cross-country ski trails that provide the opportunity for healthy exercise during your holidays.

SPAS AND WELL-BEING

With its crystal clear and pure air, trees and fields in endless shades of green and walks for every level of ability, the Stelvio National Park is almost 90 years old. It highlights history, culture and traditions, magical silences, precious and healing mineral waters

Pejo Spa boasts a long tradition of hydrotherapy thanks to the richness of the mineral sources present in the valley. The beneficial qualities of the Antica Fonte, of the Nuova Fonte and of the Fonte Alpina are used to heal a range of pathologies.

The healing possibilities have been broadened with several new treatments and well-being areas where you can practice activities that help overcome states of physical and mental fatigue.

MASO NOCE

VAL DI SOLE – TRENTINO

RUSTICO PEJO

VAL DI SOLE – TRENTINO

MASO GIANNINO

VAL DI SOLE – TRENTINO

MASO NOCE

VAL DI SOLE – TRENTINO

RUSTICO PEJO

VAL DI SOLE – TRENTINO

MASO GIANNINO

VAL DI SOLE – TRENTINO

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