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Lasa, Venosta Valley Sightseeing and activities

Sports and leisure activities in Venosta Valley and surrounding areas.


The Venosta Valley with all its side valleys is a unique alpine resort during the summertime. Along the Etsch river - a pure pleasure for all the senses.

Hike & Climb

Hiker and climber enthusiasts are going to enjoy life to the fullest in our region. Mountain peaks as far as the eye can reach and beautiful hiking trails wriggling into all directions.


Discover the surrounding area with an extensive bike tour. Along the Etsch river or even up in the mountains you will find plenty of bike trails. Bike rental stations are located at many train stations along the the valley.

Adventure/Action Sport

Rafting, kite surf, paragliding, climbing, down-hill mountain biking, there are nearly endless opportunities for outdoor or indoor sports.

Stelvio National Park

The Stelvio National Park is the second largest nature reserve in the entire Alps and located right at our doorstep. Discover the park under the open sky on your own or visit one of the four visitor centres in the Venosta Valley.

Winter in Venosta Valley

Scenic winter landscapes surrounded by snow-covered high mountains and glaciers.

Venosta Valley Ski Arena

Get access to all five ski resorts with the Venosta Valley Ski Arena. More than 130 km of ski slopes are provided for very experienced skiers as well as for beginners. The skiing pass can be purchased at any of the five sales offices in the valley.

Cross-country skiing and biathlon

Great conditions for cross-country skiers can be found in the upper Venosta Valley. Ski tracks over 45 km length will lead enthusiasts across beautiful winter landscapes. In the side valley Vallelunga is also a Biathlon Centre located on approx. 1,900m above sea level.

Winter hiking

Winter hiking popularity is on the rise over the last years. There are about 60 km of free trails in the area, which lead hikers across snowy woods and seemingly endless pastures.


The Venosta Valley is one of the well worth seeing valleys in the Alps. There is always plenty to discover.

Marble from Lasa

The white marble from Lasa is worldwide unique and also known as the “White Gold”. The marble mine is located in the narrow Lasa Valley and guided tours can be booked between April and October.


The medieval town Glorenza with its unique preserved curtain wall is 20 km distant only. Take a walk through the tiny and narrow alleys and travel back to medieval ages. There are lovely shops and cafes located across the whole town.


In South Tyrol only you can find over 800 ancient castles. One of the most popular ones is the Castel Coira in the nearby village Sluderno. Also Juval Castle and its world famous owner Reinhold Messner have shaped the popularity of Venosta Valley.


Merano, one of the most famous towns in South Tyrol, can be easily reached by car, train or bike. Worldwide known writers such as Kafka, Heinrich or Thomas Mann as well as American poet Ezra Pound have visited this town. Merano has a very impressive historic district and the famous trails such as the “Tappeinerweg” or “Waalweg”.