Passeiertal Valley FAQ
Frequent questions and answers about the Passeiertal Valley
Passeiertal Valley FAQ

Passeiertal Valley FAQ

Frequent questions and answers about the Passeiertal Valley

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) are a list of the most common questions visitors ask when planning holidays in the Passeiertal Valley. Questions and answers can be found in this section.
Can I take my dog hiking with me?
Dogs may accompany you on all hikes; they should, however, be kept on a leash out of consideration for the other animals. This is, in fact, the law.
Local Tax: when it was introduced and for what it will be used?
In 2014 a local tax was introduced in South Tyrol. The revenue from this tax will be used for the expansion and maintenance of local infrastructure and services, as well as for the organization of various cultural and sports events.
The local tax will be levied at all lodging establishments, on a per-guest and per-overnight-stay basis. The amount is contingent upon the category of the establishment. Children and adolescents under 14 years of age are exempt from levy.
The local tax is payable upon departure and is listed separately on the invoice.
How can I find out about available accommodations?
You can search directly on this website for available accommodations. We are also happy to advise you by phone at the following number: +39 0473 656 188
Where can I find the telephone numbers of the individual tourist offices?
The telephone number is the same for all tourist offices in the valley. It is: +39 0473 656 188
When are which mountain huts open?
The opening hours of the individual mountain huts are constantly changing. Therefore, contact the tourist office or the innkeepers themselves.
When are the passes open and where do you have to pay tolls?
You can find out whether the passes are open here. On the Jaufenpass you don't have to pay a toll, on the Timmelsjoch there is a toll station 8 kilometres after the border to Austria; you can find more information here.
Which hiking trails are currently closed?
You can find out which hiking trails are closed in one of our tourist offices. You can also contact us by telephone.
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