Thanks to its geographical location, the mountain village of Stulles - Stuls (1315 m) is the sunniest in all of Passiria valley and is a well-loved hiking and vacation destination.
From here you can enjoy magnificent views of a fascinating mountain world. The village is the starting point for numerous hikes and the well-known "E5 European long distance trail" leads past Stulles.
The village lies on a southern-facing terrace of the Jaufenklamm ridge and is a hamlet of Moso in Passiria valley in South Tyrol.
Signposted as "Sonnenrundweg" trail (Sun path), this simple 1.45 hours hiking circuit crossing over sunny slopes and through shady woods leads off the parking lot near the church of Stulles. In winter the wooded sections are ideal for snowshoe hiking.
The "Stuller" waterfalls tumble down in two cascades at approximately 342 m into the depths of the valley. A walk to these waterfalls, which belong among the highest in Europe, is possible directly from the village.
Stulles offers opportunities for climbing in its magnificent surroundings. The "Stuller" climbing rock is recommended for cooler days, as it is directly exposed to the sun throughout the day. There are around 60 routes with degrees of difficulty ranging from 4 to 8a, and also bouldering opportunities on the rock face.
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.
With its 70 m long magic carpet lift and the exciting sled run in the heart of the village, the Sun Park attracts visitors of all ages.
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