Welcome to the Passeier Valley
The Passeier Valley extends from Meran to the transitions of the well-known Jaufenpass and Timmelsjoch. It is surrounded and protected by the Stubaier, Sarntaler and Oetztal Alps in the middle of the Nature Park Texelgroup. Numerous marked and well-marked hiking trails make the Passeier Valley popular spot for nature lovers. The Passeier Valley is suitable for active vacationers as well as for leisure seekers. There's something for everyone in every season!
Farmers cuisine in Alta Val PassiriaGastronomic specialities: Venison, mutton, Muas & Ribl (local specialities)
The Landlords of Alta Val Passiria
ask you to take a seat:
from Friday, 26.09.2014 to Sunday, 12.10.2014
The landlords of Alta Val Passiria dish up local and refined specialities and drinks. On the menu you can find typical dishes from the end of the Val Passiria and hearty farmer’s food as culinary delights.
Hiking in the Passeier ValleyOver 300 km of hiking trails offer something for everyone all year round, with leisurely walks along the river Passer or challenging climbs in the mountains of the Texel Group. Everyday life takes a back seat and body and soul find a new harmony in the Passeier Valley unspoilt natural scenery. Enjoy the breathtaking views and top up your strength with a hearty snack in one of the many alpine huts.
The MeranCardPublic transport, museums, cable cars, sports and leisure parks in Merano and environs offer special reductions to MeranCard owners.
The MeranCard is handed out by selected partner companies in Merano and environs from just one overnight. The card is free and valid for your complete stay.
Passeiertal 3D Reality MapExplore Passeiertal for the first time in a photo-realistic, interactive 3D map. With the 3D Reality Map you get a fascinating insight into one of the most beautiful holiday destinations in South Tyrol.
Passeiertal is also the starting point for many summer activities like hiking or cycling.