Distance 8.4 km
A paradise on earth in the enchanting Pustertal valley: the Fane Alm (1739 m)
This village, consisting of alpine pastures, haystacks, huts and a small church a little above Vals, is waiting to be discovered. It all began in the Middle Ages, when some farmers from Mühlbach wanted to escape the plague that was ravaging the valley and decided to emigrate to the mountains. Then the place was used for raising cows and became the starting point for many hikes. Today, the Fane Alm enjoys the reputation of being one of the most beautiful alpine pastures in South Tyrol.
The starting point is the car park in Vals, Berg am Boden at 1390 m. There is a fee-paying shuttle bus to the mountain pasture, but we recommend the footpath, also known as the Milchweg. Information boards, games and replicas of animals, all related to milk, turn the former hike into an exciting climb (sometimes a medium gradient). Once at the top, we soon reach the valley entrance, where the landscape opens up, in the middle of which is the Fane Alm. The bell tower of the church, the cows in the
Parts of this content were machine translated using German as the source language
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