Gitschberg/Val Giovo – Hiking paradise at the gateway to the Pusteria Valley
The South Tyrolean mountain region Gitschberg/Val Giovo is a hiker’s paradise at the gateway to the Pusteria Valley. The highest peak is the 2,510-meters Mount Gitschberg, on the top of which there is a viewing platform. From here you have a fantastic panoramic view ranging from the main alpine ridge to the Ortles Massif and the bright limestone peaks of the Dolomites. The most popular hiking area in the region is Gitschberg-Val Giovo, where 30 pastures with alpine huts invite you to take a rest. The idyllic Altafossa Valley, the historic mountain village on the Fane Alp and the unspoiled mountain region of Rodengo count among the most attractive destinations in the area Gitschberg/Val Giovo.
Sunny winter holidays in the alpine region Gitschberg/Val Giovo
Far away from mass tourism, in the South Tyrolean alpine region Gitschberg/Val Giovo you will spend a peaceful winter holiday in high-alpine scenery. The 44 kilometres of slopes and the 16 ski lifts in the ski area Gitschberg-Val Giovo will make skiers and snowboarders happy. Fantastic snowshoe hikes take you across the Altafossa Valley and on the Maranza Plateau, which with 280 days of sunshine a year counts among the sunniest regions in South Tyrol. Cleared winter hiking paths, cross-country skiing trails and long toboggan runs make your winter dream come true in the alpine region Gitschberg/Val Giovo.