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Holidays in the Alta Val di Non: the crossroads between South Tyrol and Trentino
Hiking in the fresh mountain air in a pristine environment
The cuisine of South Tyrol and Trentino: a creative meeting of flavors

Deutschnonsberg

Holidays in pristine nature, where South Tyrol meets Trentino

Alta Val di Non/Deutschnonsberg is an area of exceptional beauty, with numerous hiking trails in a pristine natural landscape of spectacular canyons, rivers and wildlife. Here, South Tyrol meets the neighboring region of Trentino, and over the centuries the area has become a melting pot of the two cultures. In many ways, Alta Val di Non offers the best of both regions, as can be seen in the distinct culinary tradition, which combines organic produce like grana cheese with specialties based on local ingredients such as radicchio or dandelion.

Summer

  •   Hiking

    Hiking

    Deutschnonsberg lies in a spectacular mountain landscape on the crossroads of Trentino and South Tyrol.

    It extends from the Mendelkamm ridge to the Maddelene mountains, which form part of the Ortler massif.

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    Passo delle Palade/Gampenpass
     
  •   Cycling

    Cycling

    There are many mountain biking and cycling routes of varying levels of difficulty running through the four villages in Deutschnonsberg.

    The ascent to the Gampenpass mountain pass (Passo Palade in Italian) is one of the most popular mountain biking routes in South Tyrol.

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    Cycling
     
  •   Motorcycles

    Motorcycles

    Motorcycling enthusiasts may choose from several routes in Deutschnonsberg area.

    These include the ride from Appiano up the Mendelpass mountain pass and from Lana to Gampenpass mountain pass (Passo Palade in Italian).

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    Motorcycling in the Alta Val di Non area
     

Hiking

Deutschnonsberg lies in a spectacular mountain landscape on the crossroads of Trentino and South Tyrol.

It extends from the Mendelkamm ridge to the Maddelene mountains, which form part of the Ortler massif.

read more Make a inquiry now
Passo delle Palade/Gampenpass
 

Cycling

There are many mountain biking and cycling routes of varying levels of difficulty running through the four villages in Deutschnonsberg.

The ascent to the Gampenpass mountain pass (Passo Palade in Italian) is one of the most popular mountain biking routes in South Tyrol.

read more Make a inquiry now
Cycling
 

Motorcycles

Motorcycling enthusiasts may choose from several routes in Deutschnonsberg area.

These include the ride from Appiano up the Mendelpass mountain pass and from Lana to Gampenpass mountain pass (Passo Palade in Italian).

read more Make a inquiry now
Motorcycling in the Alta Val di Non area
 
 
 

The altitude and climate of the Deutschnonsberg region are ideal for growing Treviso radicchio, which has been cultivated here for many years.

 
 

Enclosed by the Laugenspitze peak, the Gampenpass mountain pass and the Mendelkamm ridge, the vibrant exchange of cultures throughout the Deutschnonsberg...

 
 

Surrounded by larch forests and pastures at an altitude of 1,600 m, the Felixer Weiher lake measures about 200 m in circumference, and is up to 3 m deep.

 
 

At only 1,520 m, the Gampenpass mountain pass (Passo Palade in Italian) is one of the lowest mountain passes in the Alps and was the main north-south route...

 
 

Farmers and chefs skillfully transform local ingredients into a rich array of sophisticated delicacies.

 
 

This challenging 50 km trail from the Gampenpass (Passo Palade in Italian) leads all the way to Rabbi in Trentino.

 
 

The 360° panoramic view from the Laugenspitze summit is breathtaking, with a high-altitude lake nestled in the plateau between its twin peaks.

 
 

Covering a 35-km stretch of the South-Eastern Alps, the Mendel ridge outlines and connects the Val d’Adige/Etschtal Valley with the Val di Non/Nonstal...

Deutschnonsberg

Holidays in pristine nature, where South Tyrol meets Trentino

Holidays in Deutschnonsberg in Merano and Environs

The Alta Val di Non/Deutschnonsberg plateau extends around the Laugen summit and the Mendelkamm crest, surrounding the picturesque villages of Lauregno/Laurein, Proves/Proveis, Senale/Unsere liebe Frau im Walde and San Felice/St. Felix.

Some of the most interesting hiking and biking itineraries can be found in Alta Val di Non/Deutschnonsberg, such as the cycle trails along the Maddalene mountains. There are also outstanding observation points overlooking the Penegal plateau and the Laugen mountain. Motorcyclists and motorists alike can take advantage of the exciting routes and well-maintained tar roads across Gampenpass mountain pass (Passo Palade in Italian).

Deutschnonsberg was a meeting point between Trentino and South Tyrol, with a constant exchange of people and cultures over the ages with harmonious social interaction. The local cuisine features typical specialties such as the dandelion, Grana cheese and radicchio.