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Valle di Tures e Aurina

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This beautiful holiday region stands out due to an amazing environment and a diverse recreational, sportive and cultural programme. Valle di Tures e Aurina, home to the South Tyrolean extreme climber Hans Kammerlander, offers an attractive holiday programme for everyone’s taste.

Both, during summer and winter, there is a wide range of activities to choose from for everyone. You can do anything from hiking, rock climbing, paragliding, river trekking, canyoning or playing tennis, to conquering one of the 3.000 meter peaks. In this context especially the big natural park Vedrette di Ries-Aurina with its breathtaking mountains is worth mentioning. Equally impressing are the Riva falls which drop down about 100 metres and rank among the most beautiful waterfalls in South Tyrol.

While being the ideal areas to go on excursions and hikes during the summer months, they are also prime locations for great fun on the slopes: the ski areas Lo Speik and Klausberg.

Both ski resorts feature modern ski lifts and optimally groomed downhill runs. Numerous ski huts are inviting places to stop for a rest and to stock up on energy. Typical South Tyrolean dishes will certainly delight your taste buds. Valle di Tures e Aurina not only caters for skiers and snowboarders but also for cross-country skiers, offering a well developed network of cross-country ski runs of the length of about 80 km, embedded in a fantastic nature backdrop. Come and explore this vast cross-country ski paradise!

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