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Holidays in Sulden-Stilfs at the foot of Mt. Ortler

In Sulden in Vinschgau the mighty mountain “King Ortler” seems to be within your grasp, although it is 3,905 m high. The highest mountain of South Tyrol as well as the equally remarkable Mt. Königspitze (3,851 m) impress with a real scenic beauty.

Sulden skiing area
Sulden skiing area

Sulden skiing area, the perfect choice for winter holidays with the entire family.

© PhotoGrünerThomas
Sulden skiing area
Sulden skiing area

Sulden skiing area, the perfect choice for winter holidays with the entire family.

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Sulden skiing area
Sulden skiing area

Sulden skiing area, the perfect choice for winter holidays with the entire family.

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Sulden skiing area
Sulden skiing area

Sulden skiing area, the perfect choice for winter holidays with the entire family.

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The old parish church in Sulden
The old parish church in Sulden

The church in Sulden has very clear lines – a massiv building at the foot of Mt. Ortler.

© Internet Consulting - Patrick Kammerlander

The mountain village of Sulden is located at 1,900 m of altitude and is part of the municipality of Stilfs. Thanks to its position at the foot of Ortler massif, it is a paradise for mountain sports fans and nature lovers. In and around Stilfserjoch National Park, you will look forward to family-friendly hikes, challenging glacier tours, winding pass roads for road bikers and panoramic mountain bike trails for all tastes.

An Eldorado for winters sports & glacier fans

The ski runs of Sulden ski area go to an altitude of 3,250 m and are open for skiers and snowboarders from October to the beginning of May. Cross-country skiers are offered well-prepared and partially lit trails and ski mountaineers can explore wonderful routes in the high alpine mountain landscape. Also, snowshoe hikers, winter hikers and ice climbers will feel like in paradise.

Ortles - Messner Mountain Museum
Ortles - Messner Mountain Museum

Auf 1900 Meter wurde das Ortles Museum unterirdisch angelegt.

© Internet Consulting - Patrick Kammerlander
Ortles - Messner Mountain Museum
Ortles - Messner Mountain Museum

Auf 1900 Meter wurde das Ortles Museum unterirdisch angelegt.

© Internet Consulting - Patrick Kammerlander
Ortles - Messner Mountain Museum
Ortles - Messner Mountain Museum

Auf 1900 Meter wurde das Ortles Museum unterirdisch angelegt.

© Internet Consulting - Patrick Kammerlander
Ortles - Messner Mountain Museum
Ortles - Messner Mountain Museum

Auf 1900 Meter wurde das Ortles Museum unterirdisch angelegt.

© Internet Consulting - Patrick Kammerlander
Ortles - Messner Mountain Museum
Ortles - Messner Mountain Museum

Auf 1900 Meter wurde das Ortles Museum unterirdisch angelegt.

© Internet Consulting - Patrick Kammerlander
Ortles - Messner Mountain Museum
Ortles - Messner Mountain Museum

Auf 1900 Meter wurde das Ortles Museum unterirdisch angelegt.

© Internet Consulting - Patrick Kammerlander
Ortles - Messner Mountain Museum
Ortles - Messner Mountain Museum

Auf 1900 Meter wurde das Ortles Museum unterirdisch angelegt.

© Internet Consulting - Patrick Kammerlander
Ortles - Messner Mountain Museum
Ortles - Messner Mountain Museum

Auf 1900 Meter wurde das Ortles Museum unterirdisch angelegt.

© Internet Consulting - Patrick Kammerlander
Ortles - Messner Mountain Museum
Ortles - Messner Mountain Museum

Auf 1900 Meter wurde das Ortles Museum unterirdisch angelegt.

© Internet Consulting - Patrick Kammerlander
Ortles - Messner Mountain Museum
Ortles - Messner Mountain Museum

Auf 1900 Meter wurde das Ortles Museum unterirdisch angelegt.

© Internet Consulting - Patrick Kammerlander
Ortles - Messner Mountain Museum
Ortles - Messner Mountain Museum

Auf 1900 Meter wurde das Ortles Museum unterirdisch angelegt.

© Internet Consulting - Patrick Kammerlander
Ortles - Messner Mountain Museum
Ortles - Messner Mountain Museum

Auf 1900 Meter wurde das Ortles Museum unterirdisch angelegt.

© Internet Consulting - Patrick Kammerlander
Ortles - Messner Mountain Museum
Ortles - Messner Mountain Museum

Auf 1900 Meter wurde das Ortles Museum unterirdisch angelegt.

© Internet Consulting - Patrick Kammerlander
Stifserjoch Pass
Stifserjoch Pass

48 narrow bends take you up to the highest mountain pass of South Tyrol

© rboehme / Fotolia.com

Sights in Sulden-Stilfs

The Messner Mountain Museum Ortles is all about ice and glaciers too. Right next to it, Reinhold Messner has renovated an ancient farm house, where visitors can taste yak meat specialities today. Worth seeing as well is MMM Curiosa, a mini museum with free access.

Each year in summer, there is the traditional driving of yaks to their pastures with Reinhold Messner. Everyone is welcome to participate.

The municipality of Sulden-Stilfs is located at the popular Stilfserjoch pass (2,757 m), the highest mountain pass in Italy. An extraordinary destination for excursions is Tibet hut, which was built according to Tibetan model, offering a fantastic panoramic view of the mountain world.

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Above the roofs of Stelvio/Stilfs
Above the roofs of Stelvio/Stilfs

A typical view of Stelvio/Stilfs, looking over its roofs you can see in the distance the Val Venosta/Vinschgau.

© Internet Consulting - Patrick Kammerlander
Stilfs/Stelvio
Stilfs/Stelvio

On the roads leading to the Stelvio Pass lies the village of Stilfs/Stelvio.

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Mt. Ortler
Mt. Ortler

Mt. Ortler is a must for all passionate mountaineers.

© Internet Consulting - Stefan Tolpeit
Mt. Ortler
Mt. Ortler

Up there, amidst ice and snow, you’ll feel like the king of the world.

© Internet Consulting - Stefan Tolpeit
Sulden
Sulden

Tibet House Stelvio

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Sulden
Sulden

Mt. Ortler

© Campomalo / pixelio.de
Sulden
Sulden

beautiful sky

© Edith Obrist / pixelio.de
Sulden
Sulden

Views of Mt. Ortler

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Sulden
Sulden

Stilfserjoch

© Bärbel Jobst / pixelio.de
Mt. Ortler
Mt. Ortler

Arrived at the top of Mt. Ortler. Here you can still see the old cross.

© Internet Consulting - Stefan Tolpeit
The old parish church in Sulden
The old parish church in Sulden

The church in Sulden has very clear lines – a massiv building at the foot of Mt. Ortler.

© Internet Consulting - Patrick Kammerlander
Stilfs/Stelvio
Stilfs/Stelvio

Even Stelvio/Stilfs is a magnet for lovers of trekking and climbing. The Ortler is located between Solda/sulden and Stelvio/Stilfs.

© Internet Consulting - Patrick Kammerlander
The Church of Stelvio/Stilfs
The Church of Stelvio/Stilfs

The Church of Stelvio/Stilfs is located in the center of the country and is very large.

© Internet Consulting - Patrick Kammerlander
Stilfs
Stilfs

Stilfs near Passo dello Stelvio

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Stilfs
Stilfs

By looking

© Campomalo / pixelio.de
Sulden
Sulden

At the foot of the Ortler

© LianeM / Fotolia.com
Snowshoe hiking in Sulden
Snowshoe hiking in Sulden

At the glacier ski resort Sulden, snowshoe hikers will feel like in paradise too.

© Vinschgau Marketing - PhotoGrünerThomas
Ski tours in Sulden
Ski tours in Sulden

The wintery landscape around Sulden offers numerous ski tours.

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Telemark in Sulden
Telemark in Sulden

In Sulden, telemarkers are offered untouched slopes as well as perfectly prepared ski runs.

© Alexander Rochau
Yak & Yeti
Yak & Yeti

Every year at the end of June, there is the transhumance with Reinhold Messner's yaks in Sulden.

© Internet Consulting - Patrick Kammerlander
Sulden at 1900 m a.s.l
Sulden at 1900 m a.s.l

Sulden is located at the tree line.

© Internet Consulting - Patrick Kammerlander
Upper Sulden - Holidays for alpinists
Upper Sulden - Holidays for alpinists

Wild alpine landscapes at the foot of 3,000 m high peaks – Sulden is the dream destination for alpinists

© Internet Consulting - Patrick Kammerlander
Sulden
Sulden

Sulden – always with a view to the high mountains!

© Internet Consulting - Patrick Kammerlander
Yaks in Sulden
Yaks in Sulden

The yaks have been settled in Sulden by Reinhold Messner. They are very robust animals.

© Internet Consulting - Patrick Kammerlander
Yaks in Sulden
Yaks in Sulden

Since 1985, there are yaks in Sulden.

© Internet Consulting - Patrick Kammerlander
Yaks are going on high pastures with Reinhold Messner
Yaks are going on high pastures with Reinhold Messner

Yaks are going on high pastures with Reinhold Messner

© Vinschgau Marketing - Frieder Blickle
Yaks are going on high pastures with Reinhold Messner
Yaks are going on high pastures with Reinhold Messner

Yaks are going on high pastures with Reinhold Messner

© Vinschgau Marketing - Frieder Blickle
Yaks are going on high pastures with Reinhold Messner
Yaks are going on high pastures with Reinhold Messner

Yaks are going on high pastures with Reinhold Messner

© Vinschgau Marketing - Frieder Blickle