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Holidays in Gsies

Absolutely wonderful and idyllic: In the alpine pastures in the South Tyrolean valley called Gsies, life is still the same as 100 years ago. Explore the impressive mountain world, enjoy the silence of nature and the hearty hospitality offered by the inhabitants!

A nice view in Gsies
A nice view in Gsies

Although the valley is well-suited for an afternoon stroll - not only for mountain tours.

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Surrounded by rustic alpine huts, picturesque villages and ancient traditions, you will surely forget about the hustle and bustle of everyday life, deeply immersing yourself into the South Tyrolean mountain landscape.

Gsies is a 20 km long side valley of the Pustertal, which branches near the village Welsberg, lying between the foothills of the Rieserferner Group and the Defregger Alps. A well-constructed road leads through the valley, which is relatively broad and very sunny, passing by the villages Pichl, St. Martin and St. Magdalena.

The maybe most famous son of Gsies is Joachim Haspinger, the pugnacious Capuchin monk and freedom fighter. He fought against France and Bavaria together with Andreas Hofer and the Tyrolean in 1809.

Life and holidays are particularly cosy in the valley of Gsies, there is much space for regeneration, a beautiful natural landscape, good air and a pristine landscape with many idyllic farms. The various hotels, the hearty hospitality by the hosts and the excellent South Tyrolean cuisine complete the image of a small but wonderful holiday destination.

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Cross-country skiing in Gsies
Cross-country skiing in Gsies

In winter, Gsies is a paradise for cross-country skiers.

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Alpine huts in Gsies
Alpine huts in Gsies

Above the valley, there are many idyllic alpine huts and many marked hiking trails.

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Active holidays in Gsies Valley

In summer and in winter, hiking fans are offered a well-established network of hiking paths with numerous marked trails leading to the wonderful mountains. In the beautiful mountain huts, you can enjoy regional and traditional delicacies.

In winter, you can improve your skiing skills with experts of the ski school St. Magdalena, make some turns on the ski run of St. Magdalena or enjoy sunny cross-country skiing on the well-prepared tracks. The famous Kronplatz ski area is within short distance too.

harpf Drink Shop
Stadtgasse Nr. 53 a - 39031 - Bruneck
+39 0474 537131
getraenkeladen@harpf.it
www.harpf.it
Cross-country skiing in Gsies
Cross-country skiing in Gsies

In winter, Gsies is a paradise for cross-country skiers.

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Hikign in Gsies
Hikign in Gsies

Discovering Gsies Valley on hiking tours

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Hiking in Gsies
Hiking in Gsies

Wonderful hiking apths in autumn

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Pichl in Gsies
Pichl in Gsies

Pichl is the first village of Gsies Valley.

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St. Martin in Gsies
St. Martin in Gsies

Lush green meadows are surrounding the farms in Gsies Valley.

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St. Martin in Gsies
St. Martin in Gsies

A magic landscape in Gsies.

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St. Martin in Gsies
St. Martin in Gsies

Old farms are embedded in the picturesque natural landscape.

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St. Magdalena in Gsies
St. Magdalena in Gsies

View of St. Magdalena in the valley of Gsies.

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A nice view in Gsies
A nice view in Gsies

Although the valley is well-suited for an afternoon stroll - not only for mountain tours.

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Alpine huts in Gsies
Alpine huts in Gsies

Above the valley, there are many idyllic alpine huts and many marked hiking trails.

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Gsies
Gsies

Gsies in the Pustertal Valley is still one of the most unspoilt and original places in South Tyrol.

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