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Holidays Vierschach at the foot of Mt. Helm

You are looking for tranquillity, relaxation and nature and you would like to start skiing and hiking right on your doorstep? Then let’s get to Vierschach at the foot of Mt. Helm!

Haunold
Haunold

Haunold in summer. In winter, it becomes a skiing and tobogganing paradise.

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Besides Winnebach and Innichberg Vierschach is the third district of Innichen. The little village is divided into Obervierschach and Untervierschach, is located at about 1,130 meters above sea level, has several hundreds of inhabitants and is the second last village in the valley Hochpustertal and the last village with a railway station. Between Vierschach and the border with Austrian East Tyrol, there is only Winnebach.

Vierschach nestles in mighty and legendary mountains with well-known names such as Haunold or Helm. So of course it is an ideal starting point for hikes, mountain tours and climbing adventures of every stripe. The Three Peaks, the most prominent and probably also most famous rock faces of the region, and the nature park Three Peaks are within the grasp, too.

If the valley and the surrounding mountains are covered with a thick blanket of snow, Vierschach does not hibernate at all, because everybody goes skiing and snowboarding on the nearby mountain Helm. The local skiing area Helm-Stiergarten-Rotwand belongs to the skiing region 3 Zinnen Dolomites and offers not only the longest slope of the ski carousel, but also a popular sunny terrace next to the Helm restaurant and an always exciting event program with fun for the whole family.

Vierschach in Hochpustertal
Vierschach in Hochpustertal

The picturesque village near the Austrian border is a famous holiday destination and a good starting point for active summer or winter holidays in the Dolomites.

© Internet Consulting - Benedikt Trojer

South Tyrol’s most beautiful church hill

In addition to so much sport and action, we probably need also a bit of culture. In Vierschach cultural variety is ensured thanks to the church hill ranking among the most beautiful ones throughout South Tyrol. St. Magdalena parish church is worth seeing, too.

The first church on this site was consecrated already in 1212. The foundation walls and parts of early Gothic frescoes are preserved to date. During the 15th century the building was converted in Gothic style. At the end of the 20th century the church has been renovated, so that today it is an appealing building with decorative elements.

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Vierschach
Vierschach

View from Vierschberg to Mt. Dreischusterspitze and the surrounding mountains

© Tourismusverein Innichen - Manuel Kottersteger
Vierschach
Vierschach

Obervierschach with St. Magdalena church

© Tourismusverein Innichen - Manuel Kottersteger
Vierschach
Vierschach

View of Vierschach near Innichen in Hochpustertal

© Tourismusverein Innichen - Manuel Kottersteger
Vierschach in winter
Vierschach in winter

The valley station of Helm ski area, Obervierschach and the dreamlike winter landscape of Hochpustertal from above.

© IDM Südtirol - Klaus Huber
Vierschach in Hochpustertal
Vierschach in Hochpustertal

The picturesque village near the Austrian border is a famous holiday destination and a good starting point for active summer or winter holidays in the Dolomites.

© Internet Consulting - Benedikt Trojer

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