Selva dei Molini

Selva dei Molini valley in South Tyrol

Selva dei Molini (1220 m) and Lappago (1436 m) are two villages in Selva dei Molini valley in South Tyrol. These captivating and welcoming villages are ideal starting points for fantastic hikes and excursions, for expert climbers and for the fans of easy mountain walks.

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The classic routes lead you to mountain huts such as the Rifugio Porro and Rifugio Ponte del Ghiaccio, and to the Neves artificial lake.

For lovers of high altitudes, superb peaks: Gran Pilastro (3,510 m), Cima Bianca (3,371 m), Gran Mesule (3,478 m) and Turnerkamp (3,418 m).

South Tyrolean Museum of Mines

The intriguing Museum of Mines at Predoi portrays the history of copper or mining.

Winter

The winter is a festival of snow and outdoor winter sports: 16 km of tracks for cross country skiing, from Selva dei Molini to Lappago and interminable toboggan rides for sports lovers, starting from Malga Weizgruber in Selva dei Molini, or shorter but no less exciting downhill runs with a toboggan on the run near the Kreuzwirt restaurant in Selva dei Molini or on the slope at Lappago.

Pride and joy of the valley: the ski areas of Speikboden and Klausberg, connected by the ski lifts, with snow that's always splendid and abundant.

Dolomites
The Dolomites

Climbing in the best known and spectacular mountains in the Alps

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Sciliar plateau
Sciliar plateau

The highest plateau in Europe, situated in the middle of the Dolomites

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DolceVita
The Dolce Vita feeling

5 wellness hotels in South Tyrol

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Merano's Alta Via
Merano's Alta Via

The path 24 encompasses the reserve of the Tessa mountains

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