Curon Venosta, active holidays in every season
In the north west section of the province of Bolzano, in the Alta Val Venosta valley, rises the lake plateau of Resia Pass, bordering with Malles Venosta, Austria, Switzerland and the Resia Pass. Besides the distinctive bell tower of the Resia lake, Curon Venosta features several cycling tracks, like the Via Claudia Augusta, and hiking trails. In winter, skiing is the most popular sport here, and the area offers three ski centers: Belpiano, Malga San Valentino and Nauders. Other sports you can practice are snow kiting and ice surfing on the Resia Lake.
This village is known for the Romanesque bell tower surfacing from the Resia Lake, memory of the village of Curon Vecchia, submerged after the building of the dam in 1950. On the lake shores lies now Curon Nuova.
The village of Resia lies at the foot of the pass of the same name and is surrounded by wonderful landscapes facing, on the right, the glaciers of the Austrian border, and on the left the peaks often reaching an altitude of 3000 m between Italy and Switzerland. Most part of Resia Vecchia was submerged by the artificial lake too. Southwest lies Roja, at an altitude of 2000 m, with a church featuring Gothic frescoes going back to the XV century.
San Valentino alla Muta
This small village lies on the shores of the San Valentino Lake, also called the chartreuse lake, because once it was property of the monastery of San Valentino. From here you can admire the imposing Ortles Massif, that, with its 3905 m, is the highest mountain group of Tyrol.
Vallelunga valley stretches eastward from Curon to the imposing Palla Bianca Glacier, perfect for ice climbing, and is characterized by many small masi and hamlets. Worth a visit is the so called Krampusloch or "Devil's Hole": a rock resembling a human figure and taking on a particular shade thanks to the plants and algae growing on it. Near the valley you find the head of the Adige River and the path taking to the Palla Bianca refuge at an altitude of 2544 m.
Tourism office Resia Pass • Via Principale, 22 Resia - 39027 Resia Pass ( BZ )
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The bell tower in the lake of Resia
A lake which seems to extend as far as the eternal snow of the glaciers with the bell tower that suddenly come from the clear waters. This bell tower of the XIV century is the only evidence of the villages of...
Sailing on Lake Resia
Water sports in South Tyrol are popular, especially in the Passo Resia holiday area in Alta Val Venosta. Here, the two lakes of the area, Lake Resia and Lake San Valentino, surrounded by the white massif of Ortles,...
Running in the Passo Resia holiday area
Runners will find several jogging paths in the Resia holiday area where they can jog and keep fit surrounded by unique landscapes and panoramas. The routes range from an altitude of 1,470 meters to 1,950 meters....
There are endless activities on offer in every season in the tourist area of Passo Resia to try as a family, alone, with friends, or as a couple. It is a kingdom for winter sports, including skiing, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, sledding, and alpine skiing. In summer, a bike ride, a hike, climbing, paragliding, a horseback ride, or a boat trip will make your stay surrounded by breathtaking views memorable. It is also a renowned center for enthusiasts of Enduro Mountain bike with the 3 country Enduro Mountain bike Area Passo Resia (Italy, Austria, Switzerland). A must visit: Lake Resia and the Curon bell tower and Lake St. Valentine, the heartbeat of the Lake Passo Resia Plateau and a paradise for kite surfers, sailors, speed skaters, ice sailors, and snow kiting.
The region of the Resia Pass, with its typical bell tower rising from the Resia lake and the villages Resia, San Valentino, Curon and Vallelunga, is one of the most modern and rich tourist areas of the Alps. A true paradise for families all year round. The tourist area is very visited by the sportsmen, but not only. Resia Pass is also a land rich in art, culture, food and wine.