Hike the Dolomites, Holidays at the “First Hiking Village in South Tyrol”
La Val – the Ladin village on the Alpine meadows
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Best foot forward across blooming Alpine meadows into the majestic world of the Dolomites
The Ladin village of La Val in the Dolomites in South Tyrol reveals to the attentive hiker the unique, spectacular beauty of the Dolomites in the background, the well-maintained Alpine meadows with their hay barns dating from the La Tène period; farmsteads with flowers at every window and blooming gardens of the “Viles”, ancient structures in Old La Val testifying to a history of centuries of settlement.
The Armentara pastures with their wealth of species of orchid, spruce trees, larch meadows, arrolla pine forests and more than 60 species of birds, are spread out at the foot of the Sasso Croce Mountain Group in the Fanes-Senes-Braies Nature Park. Here the hiker feels as though he is in a botanical garden, which was created in the last millennium by human husbandry. From late spring to autumn, this wealth of species take turns to enchant the walker. Not far distant lie the Rit pastures and on the opposite side of the valley are the Chi Jus Alpine meadows.