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The Vinschgau is a long valley, more than 80km, shaped by its high mountains, marked by its customs, angular and idiosyncratic like those who live there.

The Vinschgau has a lot to offer, from culture, customs, landscape and enjoyment. But above all, sports enthusiasts and nature lovers will find what they are looking for.

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Latsch is considered a bike paradise in South Tyrol and the almost 170 kilometers of MTB trails around Latsch and the Martelltal are well signposted and promise lots of trail fun for everyone. 

You can move quickly and easily to dizzy heights with the St. Martin cable car and then enjoy pure trail fun on Monte Sole from Latsch or take the chairlift to the Tarscher Alm at over 1700 meters above sea level to enjoy typical South Tyrolean cuisine in one of the alpine pastures and then return to the valley on the new Barbarossa Trail.

The highlight for every racing cyclist is the Stelvio Pass road.

Those who prefer to take it easy will find beautiful cycle paths in the valley, such as the Via Claudia Augusta cycle path. A well-equipped bike rental, bike schools and bike shuttles ensure 360-degree service.


315 sunny days invite you to hike and climb around Latsch.

Latsch is located at the entrance to the high alpine Martelltal, between Sonnenberg and Nörderberg, at the foot of the Stelvio National Park and the Texel Group Nature Park and offers everything from varied irrigation channels, alpine hikes, but also mountain tours and climbing tours in the high mountains to just under 4000 m above sea level.

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In the Latsch climbing garden there are 78 different routes, ledges, holes and slabs to discover and all this in compact gneiss. 

On bad weather days, you can go to the Martell climbing hall: around 16 meters high, two self-belay systems and a total of over 100 routes as well as a bouldering area.

If you have nerves of steel then climb the Martello dam wall with 35 different routes up to 80 meters high. Difficulty levels range from 4a to 7c.

Thrills are also offered by the Hoachwool via ferrata at dizzy heights along a historic water pipe system or the high-alpine Tabaretta via ferrata with its exit at 3,070 meters above sea level.


The original and rough mountain world of the Martell valley satisfies nature lovers and those seeking peace and quiet alike.

Pleasure hikers trudge through the crunching snow to untouched places and are enchanted by the wonderful view over the mountains of the Ortler-Cevedale group.

With its 3,000m peaks, the Latsch-Martell holiday region offers one of the most beautiful ski touring areas in the Alps. The best firn and deep snow conditions ensure ideal conditions well into spring.

Skiers and snowboarders get their money's worth in the nearby ski areas of Schnals, Sulden and Schöneben.

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Our farm is embedded in nature with a panoramic view of the surrounding mountains. The ideal environment to combine vacation and work. For digital nomads, remote workers and all those who can't stop working but are still looking for relaxation. 

We offer free fiber optic internet - so that work is done faster and there is more time for vacation. 

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