The mountain village of Moso (1007 m) lies on the E5 European Long Distance Trail, serving as the departure point for various tours and hikes. Clear mountain air, healthy forests, idyllic lakes and colourful Alpine meadows.
The first touch with Moso - Moos in Passiria valley in South Tyrol brings love at the first sight in the midst of the beautiful architecture of the mountain world.
A visit to the Gothic Maria Himmelfahrt parish church, with its suggestive Baroque Via Crucis and high altar, is a must.
The spectacular Stieber waterfall plunges down in two stages, from 19 m and 18 m, attracting visitors of every age. The Pfeldererbach torrent flows through the localities of Moso and Plata.
The trail from Moso to San Leonardo passes through the breath-taking gorge of the Passirio river. Over the bridges and suspended walkways, one is surrounded by protruding rocks, overlooking the river and the Stulles waterfall.
The Bunker Mooseum in Moso is a special museum located in a 1940s bunker and provides information about the Nature Park Gruppo di Tessa as well as an overview of the origins, settlement and a timeline of the rear Passiria Valley. The entire family will enjoy the walking tour, providing exciting facts in a unique environment, which invites you to explore the region further. A vast enclosure enables you to observe a group of Alpine steinbock up close.
The St. Martin am Schneeberg settlement is a former village for miners working at the Schneeberg Monteneve mine and can only be reached on foot. Today the shelter, exhibition and the mine itself document the history of one of the most important lead and zinc mines in Tyrol.
The Ski Resort of Plan can guarantee a large amount of natural snow, and has slopes that cater for all tastes and experience levels.
Climbing in the best known and spectacular mountains in the Alps
The highest plateau in Europe, situated in the middle of the Dolomites
On a sunny plateau with wonderful views of the Pustertal
The path 24 encompasses the reserve of the Tessa mountains