The upper Vinschgau is home to a well-developed network of cycle routes. Look forward to some comfortable cycling tours or mountain bike adventures in the region’s pristine natural surroundings.
Our Hotel is right by the Reschenpass-Meran cycle path Via Claudia Augusta, and is the ideal starting point for cycle tours of the Vinschgau and for traversing the Stelvio Pass (2757 m).
The Venstacard gives you unlimited access to all public bus and rail routes throughout South Tyrol for free during your stay.
You can store your bicycles in our secured and video-monitored bikeroom.
In our E-Bike rental we offer various types of electric bikes. E-Mountainbikes for Euro 30.-/day and E-Trekkingbikes for Euro 25.-/day. Reservation is possible.
Hikers and nature lovers will get their money’s worth in Vinschgau. Pleasant strolling paths, biotopes, hiking on kilometre-long flat Waalweg paths, adventurous hikes over broad Alpine meadows or challenging tours of the mountains adjacent to the Stilfser Joch National Park.
The most stunning hiking paths in the Vinschgau
Interactive Vinschgau hiking map
Hiking across all of South Tyrol
The starting points for many beautiful walks can be reached on foot, by public transport (free to hotel guests) and by car. A hiking bus also operates during the Summer months.
The BELVENU boutique hotel is located in the heart of the Alpine town of Glurns.
Tyrol and Italy’s smallest town, it is an architectural jewel.
The fully preserved town wall with its three massive towers and an entire series of defensive towers surround picturesque alleyways and squares, 16th century townhouses, and arcades with a charm entirely their own.
From Carolingian frescoes, Roman edifices and paintings through to the latest buildings, you will find numerous monuments to art here. Vinschgau natives, it is said, are individualists who have often succeeded in making a virtue out of a necessity. Our settlement culture is very special, with a strong Rhaeto-Roman influence.
The Vinschgau is a unique Alpine valley extending from the Reschen Pass to Reinhold Messner’s Schloss Juval.
Winter is a very special time of year here. A fascinating variety: Still, valleys deep in snow, enchanting landscapes, and villages full of life and fun. Skiing, snowboard fun, ice skating – and thousands of other fantastic possibilities for sports and leisure: Cross-country skiing, ice skating, snow-kiting, tobogganing for the whole family, winter hiking…
Winter in Glorenza is milder than in the higher neighbouring villages. Glorenza is located amidst the Ortles Ski Arena/Two Country Skiarena: excellent slopes up to 3,000 metres of altitude and wonderful nature landscapes. Unlimited winter fun for the entire family.
A free ski shuttle operates between the hotel and the Watles ski resort several times a day.
15 km of perfectly groomed cross-country tracks (skating and diagonal) for beginners and advanced skiers from the village of Slingia (1726 m) to Slingia Pasture (Alp Planbell 1868 m). Difference in altitude: 230 m Cross-country courses are offered daily between 10 a.m. and noon.
Ski tours & winter hiking
Val Venosta offers one of the most beautiful ski tour areas in South Tyrol. Snow-shoe hiking is a wonderful nature experience. Discover the unspoiled winter landscape in Val Venosta with snow-shoes and enjoy the quietness and beauty of nature.