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Summer Activities in Schnalstal Valley

The untouched mountain landscape of Schnalstal Valley offers plenty of opportunity for movement and adventure in nature. 

Among the most popular summer activities in Schnalstal Valley is climbing the high rope course, field archery at the 3-D archery course, tennis and swimming at the Olympic pool. The valley can be discovered by bicycle, mountain bike or motorbike. Organized day trips take visitors to the Dolomites or further south.

 
 

All types of climbing in Val Senales/Schnalstal Valley are possible – alpine climbing as well as sport climbing and bouldering.

 
 

The high ropes course in Val Senales/Schnalstal Valley combines the experience of nature with genuine thrills.

 
 

The Val Senales/Schnalstal Valley landscape, with high alpine peaks and the Hochjochferner Glacier, forms a fascinating backdrop for archery.

 
 

Unlike the neighboring Val Venosta/Vinschgau Valley, the narrow Val Senales/Schnalstal Valley is not a traditional mountain biking area. Nevertheless, the...

 
 

Tennis in Val Senales/Schnalstal Valley keeps you doubly fit: playing tennis at over 1,000m a.s.l., the body consumes more energy.

 
 

The Maso Corto swimming pool in Val Senales/Schnalstal Valley, the Naturno Adventure Pool and the swimming pool in Laces/Latsch as well as the Terme...

 
 

Schupfer Prokulus Reisen travel agency organizes weekly day trips from Naturno/Naturns to Lake Garda, Verona and Venice. Enthusiastic hikers can take part...

 
 

Ride your motorcycle through untouched mountain landscapes to the glacier – the rugged Val Senales/Schnalstal Valley is an inspiring setting for bikers.

 
 

Many other activities in Val Senales/Schnalstal Valley invite visitors to enjoy the great outdoors in summer: for example, fishing for rain and brook trout...

Accomodation for your holiday in Schnalstal Valley

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Directly at the lake with a panoramic view

 
 

Alpine lodge & holiday apartments since 1912. A true gem born in harmony with the natural landscape of the imposing Val Senales mountains.

 
 

We are a small family business and taking personal care of our guests is our highest priority. "Mamma Lydia" will spoil you with traditional South Tyrolean...

 
 

The Gfallhof is a mountain bio farm on 1.840 m of sea-level.

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