Val d'Ultimo and Alta Val di Non - Where summer is a resort
A holiday in the rustic Val d’Ultimo means immersion in a lively, rough tradition that has survived the unscrupulous progress unscathed. The thousand-year-old ancient larches in Santa Gertrude (St. Gertraud), considered the oldest conifers in Europe, are a testament to this.
You can get away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life by taking to some of the almost 600 kilometres of hiking trails that cover the valley. On these relaxing hikes, you can marvel at the surrounding vistas, places of great natural beauty, such as the impressive mountains in the Stilfs national park, some of which are more than 3000 metres high.
In winter time, you can enjoy mountain skiing: The skiing area Schwemmalm, which is 2600 metres high, offers wonderful ski slopes.
Alta Val di Non, with its four villages San Felice, Laurengo, Proves and the place of pilgrimage Senale, is also located in an endearing spot. You will find peace and rest in this quiet and remote area.