From the Gasthof Schönblick to the end of Val Martello, a well-marked route that winds along paths no. 20, no. 39 and, finally, no. 35, without ever leaving the woods.
Solda and beyond...
Experience the true essence of winter
Winter in Val Venosta Valley is stunning as well as adventurous. Just behind Coldrano, Val Martello extends to the Stelvio Natural Park. With guaranteed snow, idyllic atmosphere and far from the bustle of the more famous ski destinations, it will win your heart. Enjoy its cross-country skiing and biathlon centre, home to national and international competitions, as well as the wonderful paths for snowshoe excursions or skiing tours. The Hölderele natural sledding run, 2 km long and close to the Plima stream, is also a delight for all ages.
No less than ten ski areas within a radius of 25-55 km invite you to spend brilliant days on the slopes of Val Venosta. Just to name a few: the area on the Solda glacier in Ortles at over 3000 m, the area for families in Watles and Trafoi as well as the ski zone on the Val Senales glacier, open almost all year round. The slopes of San Valentino alla Muta and Belpiano as well as the descents of Maseben-Vallelunga are loved by free riders. This is a real mecca for skiers.
Val Venosta SkiCard
Two countries, 5 ski areas, 211 km of slopes: the Two Countries Skiarena ski pass offers unlimited pleasure on the slopes in the form of multi-day tickets or season tickets.
South Tyrol's highest Christmas market
On the Enzianalm in the Martell Valley, in the middle of an idyllic winter landscape at 2,061 m above sea level, an Advent market is held every year on the second weekend in December.
A simple and non-challenging route, from the Stallwies to Suchbühel (with a short detour to Wiesboden). Then, continue along the Alta via di Martello (path 23) and path 5 to the starting point.
From Schönblick, located at the end of Val Martello, you can reach the old dam wall via path no. 150. Continue moving away from the valley through path no. 31A to the junction of path no. 40, and then take panoramic one no. 12, which leads back to Schönblick.