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Holidays in Spinges

Spinges is located on a sunny plateau above Eisacktal and is a particularly quiet place, where time sometimes seems to stand still.

Katharina von Spinges Monument
Katharina von Spinges Monument

The Battle of Spinges on April 2nd 1797 is an important event in the village's history. Katharina Lanz, a farm girl, fought against the Napoleanic army.

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Spinges
Spinges

Spinges is located above Mühlbach, on the opposite of Natz.

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Spinges is located at 1,105 m of altitude and is part of the municipality of Mühlbach in Eisacktal. Its history presumably dates back to the 12th century – and still today, the picturesque village is dedicated to pleasant and tranquil life. In addition, it offers many interesting and unique treasures for attentive observers, because the nearly pristine nature of the mountain pasture of Spinges is really enchanting and the view to the city of Brixen and the surrounding villages- the valley of Pustertal and the mountain world are absolutely breath-taking.

In Spinges, you will never be bored. In fact, countless activity offers invite you to spend some time outside the whole year round. Extensive hikes and mountain tours are waiting as well as varied ski days in the nearby ski area Gitschberg Jochtal.

Katharina Lanz – the brave girl from Spinges

Spinges has an exciting and eventful past. Katharina Lanz – the “brave girl from Spinges” and heroine of the Tyrolean struggle for freedom – found her way into the historiography of the Napoleonic Wars in 1797. Together with the Tyrolean freedom fighters, she defended the inhabitants of Wipptal valley with a pitchfork. A monument in Spinges remembers her still today.

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Further information:

Ski- & holiday area Rio Pusteria/Gitschberg Jochtal
Jochtalstr. 1 - 39037 - Mühlbach/Vals
+39 0472 886 048
info@gitschberg-jochtal.com
www.gitschberg-jochtal.com
Katharina von Spinges Monument
Katharina von Spinges Monument

The maid Katharina Lanz fought against Napoleon's troops in the Battle of Spinges on April 2nd 1797.

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Spinges
Spinges

Spinges is located above Mühlbach, on the opposite of Natz.

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Spinges in winter
Spinges in winter

The small village of Spinges is located at the famous ski area Gitschberg Jochtal.

© Gitschberg Jochtal AG - Hannes Niederkofler Photography
Spinges in Eisacktal
Spinges in Eisacktal

The small village of Spinges is part of the municipality of Mühlbach and is located on a plateau above Eisacktal Valley.

© Internet Consulting - Piergiorgio Caruso
Katharina von Spinges Monument
Katharina von Spinges Monument

The Battle of Spinges on April 2nd 1797 is an important event in the village's history. Katharina Lanz, a farm girl, fought against the Napoleanic army.

© Internet Consulting - Piergiorgio Caruso