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St. Pankraz is the outermost and at the same time the biggest village of Ultental Valley branching of Etschtal Valley near Meran. Pleasant tranquillity, idyllic nature and ancient traditions shape the area that is perfect for relaxing days in the mountains.

St. Helena
St. Helena

Church in St. Pankraz in Ulten

© TV Ultental-Deutschnonsberg
St. Pankraz in Ulten
St. Pankraz in Ulten

The surroundings of St. Pankraz in Ulten are ideal for hikes and walks discovering the picturesque farms, green meadows and dense woods.

© Internet Consulting - Patrick Kammerlander
Eschenlohe ruin & Baumannhof farm
Eschenlohe ruin & Baumannhof farm

The ruin of Eschenlohe Castle is located on a picturesque hill near St. Pankraz in Ulten.

© Internet Consulting - Patrick Kammerlander
House on a rock
House on a rock

In 1882, Ulten was hit by floodings. This house remained undamaged as it was built on a rock.

© Internet Consulting - Patrick Kammerlander
Old farmhouse in St. Pankraz
Old farmhouse in St. Pankraz

The farmhouse is decorated with many wonderful flowers.

© Internet Consulting - Patrick Kammerlander

The village centre of St. Pankraz is located at 730 m of altitude. Houses and farms are nestled to the sunny side on the slopes surrounded by dense forests. Until almost to the tree line, you can find idyllic farms with wonder facades tanned by the sun.

If you like hiking or cycling, St. Pankraz and environs offer a wide and varied terrain. Cosy walking paths are as well available as challenging high-alpine tours, such as the Falkomaier high-alpine path.

Small attractions & a lot of tranquillity

One of the peculiarities of St. Pankraz, for instance, is the "Häusl am Stoan". In 1882, the house was spared by the floods of Falschauer river as it was built on a big rock that could not be washed away by the water in comparison with the surrounding grounds. No need to worry, today the stream is no more dangerous, rather it is a very romantic place where to have a picnic with the whole family or a romantic walk.

Other sights of St. Pankraza are St. Helena chapel, St. Sebastian chapel and the parish church with its 56 m high church tower. The church clock on the bell tower is richly painted. The church’s portals are carved with figures of saints. Another landmark of St. Pankraz is Eschenlohe Castle.

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St. Pankraz in Ultental
St. Pankraz in Ultental

St. Pankraz is located at the entrance of Ultental Valley and right next to Lana. On this picture, in the village centre, you can see the parish church.

© IDM Südtirol/Frieder Blickle
St. Helena
St. Helena

Church in St. Pankraz in Ulten

© TV Ultental-Deutschnonsberg
St. Pankraz in Ulten
St. Pankraz in Ulten

The picturesque village at the entrance of Ulten Valley offers several sights and is surrounded by a magnificent natural landscape.

© Internet Consulting - Patrick Kammerlander
St. Pankraz in Ulten
St. Pankraz in Ulten

The surroundings of St. Pankraz in Ulten are ideal for hikes and walks discovering the picturesque farms, green meadows and dense woods.

© Internet Consulting - Patrick Kammerlander
St. Pankraz reservoir
St. Pankraz reservoir

2.5 km above St. Pankraz, there is the reservoir formed by Falschauer river, used for the generation of electricity.

© Internet Consulting - Patrick Kammerlander
Eschenlohe ruin & Baumannhof farm
Eschenlohe ruin & Baumannhof farm

The ruin of Eschenlohe Castle is located on a picturesque hill near St. Pankraz in Ulten.

© Internet Consulting - Patrick Kammerlander
St. Pankraz
St. Pankraz

St. Pankraz is the largest locality in Ulten.

© Internet Consulting - Patrick Kammerlander
Eschenlohe Castle
Eschenlohe Castle

Eschenlohe Castle in St. Pankraz is a landmark in Ulten and is situated 2 km from the village centre.

© Internet Consulting - Patrick Kammerlander
House on a rock
House on a rock

In 1882, Ulten was hit by floodings. This house remained undamaged as it was built on a rock.

© Internet Consulting - Patrick Kammerlander
Old farmhouse in St. Pankraz
Old farmhouse in St. Pankraz

The farmhouse is decorated with many wonderful flowers.

© Internet Consulting - Patrick Kammerlander
Hiking paths in St. Pankraz
Hiking paths in St. Pankraz

In Ulten, nature lovers will look forward to wonderful hikes.

© Internet Consulting - Patrick Kammerlander
Church in St. Pankraz in Ulten
Church in St. Pankraz in Ulten

The 56 m high Gothic church tower is decorated with a particularly beautiful clock.

© Internet Consulting - Patrick Kammerlander

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