Spring and Summer
The perfect place to enjoy sport and revitalise your body and mind!
At the gateway to the Stelvio national park, close to the Brenta Dolomites here in the Italian Alps, the Val di Rabbi is waiting to welcome you for a holiday immersed in nature and packed with sport, outdoor activities, wellness and traditions. A chance to recharge the batteries and energise yourself!
The Val di Rabbi in spring
A walk through the meadows in bloom, filled with the sweet scents of the brightly coloured spring flowers, inhaling the bracing air which comes down from the summits still covered in snow, the thrill of cross a 60 metre high suspension bridge with a breathtaking view of the Ragaiolo waterfalls, or fishing right next to the farmhouse in the crystal-clear waters of the Rabbies river. These are just some of the reasons to visit the Italian Alps as the green shoots of spring appear!
Fishing in the Italian Alps
The Val di Rabbi is one of the most famous fishing areas in the Italian Alpine region of Trentino. Fishing in the clear waters of the Rabbies river or the turquoise depths of Lake Soprassasso at an altitude of 2,200 m is an indescribable experience that you have to try for yourself! The most commonly found species of fish in this area are the marble trout, brown trout and the Arctic char.
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Picking wild herbs
Spring in Trentino brings its own special treat: fresh, young herbs which grow wild in the pristine meadows and woods of the Val di Rabbi. The Casna family use their expertise, patience and passion when picking these herbs for use in the traditional dishes served to their guests in the evening.
The Val di Rabbi in summer
In summer, the Val di Rabbi offers a range of activities for hiking fans: easy, gentle walks for the whole family leading to traditional Alpine dairies and beautiful green pastures, as well as more demanding and panoramic hikes to Alpine mountain huts and summits. A suspension bridge, outdoor “Kneipp” water therapy paths, spas and culture are just some of the possibilities that are waiting for you!
The Val di Rabbi is also much a loved destination in the Italian Alps for fans of mountain biking. Here you can find gravel roads and paths, suitable for both beginners and more experienced riders. Just 8 km from our hotel, there is the Val di Sole cycle path, 35 km long with an altitude gain of 565 m and the option to travel up the valley by train. And if you are feeling less energetic, why not try out the convenience of an E-bike: it has never been so easy or so much fun to reach the traditional dairies of the high mountain pastures!
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Stelvio National Park: waterfalls, lakes and mountain huts.
The Val di Rabbi, along with the Val di Peio, includes a large part of the Stelvio National Park, the largest protected area in the whole of the Alps.The park’s scenery is some of the most varied and beguiling in the Italian Alps: mighty summits, green forests full of wildlife, mountain pastures, streams and waterfalls, Alpine dairies and traditional farmhouses.
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The healing waters of the Terme di Rabbi spa
Just 2 km from Maso Fior di Bosco is the Terme di Rabbi spa, known since ancient times for the healing properties of its waters which are rich in iron and carbon dioxide. The thermal waters help to cure rheumatic, vascular, respiratory and digestive complaints. The Terme di Rabbi wellness centre offers physiotherapy and beauty treatments using the exclusive “Ferrum C” brand of spa products based on thermal waters and mountain herbs.
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Val di Sole outdoor activities: pure adrenaline!
Experience a burst of adrenaline from one of the Val di Sole’s many outdoor activities! Rafting, hydrospeed and kayaking on the Noce river, just 10 km from our farmhouse! As well as rock climbing on bolted outdoor routes, adventure parks for all ages with ropes, Tibetan bridges and pulleys, plus canyoning, tarzaning and via ferrata. For more information
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A suspension bridge and a open-air “Kneipp”Water therapy path
Imagine walking in complete safety on a suspension bridge, 57 m high, with just fresh air below your feet and one of the most impressive waterfalls in the whole of Trentino, the Ragaiolo waterfall, right in front of you. You don’t have to imagine it! In the Val di Rabbi, you can enjoy this unique and thrilling experience which is suitable for anyone. Just 700 m from our farmhouse, there is the first open-air “Kneipp” water therapy path in Trentino.
Set in 550 m² of parkland, the Kneipp path will give you an immediate release after a day of hiking, as you wander through the cool waters of the Rio Valorz, on pebbles, grass, bark and natural materials from the forests of the valley, plunge your face and arms into fountains, stretch out on wooden deckchairs and enjoy the fabulous scenery.
Fishing in the Val di Rabbi
Do you want to fish in the Italian Alps but can't decide where to go? Enjoy the thrill of fishing in the Val di Rabbi, in the Rabbies river or Lake Soprasasso.- Find out more about fishing in the Val di Rabbi and buy your permit online Hiking and the great outdoors For fans of hiking, do not miss the walks to Rifugio Lago Corvo (2,425 m) or Rifugio Dorigoni (2,437 m) and the extraordinary colours of the Sternai glacial lakes.
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Hiking and the great outdoors
For fans of hiking, do not miss the walks to Rifugio Lago Corvo (2,425 m) or Rifugio Dorigoni (2,437 m) and the extraordinary colours of the Sternai glacial lakes.The Valle di Saent, a valley famous for seeing marmots, houses one of the jewels of the Val di Rabbi: the Saent waterfalls, one of the best-known images in this little valley in the Italian Alps. Another wonder of the Valle di Saent is the enchanting staircase with 700 steps leading up to 23 mighty larch trees that are centuries old, famous for their distinctive shapes.
Culture and tradition
The Val di Rabbi still retains much evidence of the traditional life of days gone by. The Molino Ruatti museum, an ancient watermill for grinding cereals, dates back to the end of the 18th century. The Venetian sawmills, which are still working, use the power of the Rabbies river to cut cut through the tree trunks. The Somrabbi creamery museum, housed in the mid-1800s cooperative creamery. Learn more about the secrets of cheesemaking or taste the fresh cheeses, which include ricotta, with their distinctive flavours. You can also visit one of the many Alpine dairies higher up the valley. For more information