Gsiesertal / Valle di Casies
Gentle hills, wide meadows, traditional mountain huts surrounded by mighty mountain peaks: Valle di Casies/Gsies in the Val Pusteria/Pustertal is one of the most natural holiday areas in South Tyrol and has a suggestive rural character. The characteristic naturalness, reflected throughout the valley, makes Valle di Casies/Gsies an impressive and varied holiday destination. From active holidays, over family holidays up to wellness holidays, the Val Casies/Gsiesertal has a lot to offer.
Discover Valle di Casies/Gsies
Valle di Casies/Gsies lies in a side valley of the Val Pusteria/Pustertal, between the Vedrette di Ries/Rieserferner group and the Deferegg Alps in the northern part of the valley and counts about 2,100 inhabitants.
Here you can hike between rustic mountain huts, old farms and green alpine meadows. Always with a fantastic view of the Dolomites mountains. People looking for peace and quiet are exactly in the right place!
In winter, mainly cross-country skiers meet in the Val Casies/Gsiesertal, after all there are 42 km of cross-country ski runs here. Ski tourers are in good hands at the Forcella di Casies/Gsieser Törl and also snowshoe hikers will find numerous opportunities to explore the white winter landscape.
Many surrounding ski areas invite you to snowboard, ski and toboggan. The small Santa Maddalena ski area is ideal for beginners.
Discover the picturesque Val Casies/Gsiesertal! Find accommodation and hotels for your next holiday in the Val Casies/Gsiesertal, in Terento/Terenten or in Monguelfo/Welsberg.
Places in this region
- Bruneck / Brunico
- Dietenheim / Teodone
- Geiselsberg / Sorafurcia
- Gsiesertal / Valle di Casies
- Kiens / Chienes
- Olang / Valdaora
- Percha / Perca
- Pfalzen / Falzes
- Rasen-Antholz / Rasun-Anterselva
- Reischach / Riscone
- St. Georgen / San Giorgio
- St. Lorenzen / San Lorenzo di Sebato
- St. Martin in Thurn / San Martino in Badia
- St. Vigil in Enneberg / San Vigilio di Marebbe
- Terenten / Terento
- Uttenheim / Villa Ottone
- Welsberg-Taisten / Monguelfo-Tesido