In Stelvio National Park

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  HEIGHT:  1.095 m
  HAMLETS:  San Bernardo, Bagni di Rabbi, Piazzola, Pracorno


The valley

Val di Rabbi is one of the most awe-inspiring valleys in Trentino. There has been little human intervention in the valley and it is protected under the Stelvio National Park; it winds its way along the Rabbies stream for about 12 km, at an altitude between 800 and 1400 meters. The valley forests and mountains count numerous animal species and various types of plants, flowers, and minerals among their treasures.
The first hamlet along the road up the valley is Pracorno and its lodges. Not far ahead stands San Bernardo, which is the seat of public services. Continuing along the road next to the stream, you come to Rabbi Fonti. This is the site of the Spa of Rabbi, with its ferruginous water springs and once a favourite of the ruling Austrian monarchs, and the Stelvio National Park visitor centre. The hamlet of Piazzola stands a little higher up, in a commanding position. Val di Rabbi is a pristine valley and ideal for quiet contemplation of nature.

Masi Val di Rabbi in inverno | © Archivio APT Val di Sole - Ph Caspar Diederik
Ciaspole in Val di Rabbi | © Archivio APT Val di Sole - Ph Tommaso Prugnola


In winter

In the winter months, you can relax and immerse yourself in the silence and whiteness of the snow. Indulge in the pleasure of meandering through the meadows and forests with your snowshoes or touring skis and then taking a break at any one of the open huts to enjoy a traditional dish by the fireplace. 


In summer

In the summer, but also in the autumn and spring, Val di Rabbi offers plenty of excursions for all tastes. You can go to the very famous Saent Waterfall, the hanging bridge over the Ragaiolo waterfall, the Dorigoni hut, the Corvo lakes, or the Valorz waterfall, which you can reach along the Valorz trail that winds its way through the typical farmsteads of Val di Rabbi. 

Molino Ruatti Val di Rabbi | © Archivio APT Val di Sole - Ph Tommaso Prugnola


Molino Ruatti

Molino Ruatti is a mill situated at the entrance to Val di Rabbi. It is a genuine gate into the culture of the valley where you can immerse yourself into the everyday life of an Alpine atmosphere of the past.
The mill, in fact, preserves working milling equipment and there your can discover how it was used and how the population in Val di Rabbi ate in the past. Part of the complex is the family’s 19th-century house, which has much of the original living spaces and objects, narrated by the expert guides of the Mulino Ruatti Association, who will walk you through real knowledge about the history, the local area and the life of the people who live there.


Find out all the places to visit and activities to do in Pellizzano


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