As you walk, run and observe its beautiful sights, Val di Rabbi invites you keep its air clean and its valley peaceful. Leave your car outside the Stelvio National Park and take part in the Stelviobus Rabbi project: From 5 July to 6 September 2020, from 9.45 am to 5.00 pm, you can only access the valley on foot, by bike or in the shuttle buses (unless otherwise authorised). Before and after the park closes to traffic, you can drive to the Coler car park (via Somrabbi). The park provides free car parking in Plazze dei Forni and a shuttle bus will take you to the Còler car park, the start for lots of excursion trails.
every 15 mins from 10.00am to 6.15pm
every 30 mins from 12.30 to 3.30pm
every 30 mins from 12.30 to 2.30pm from 25.07 to 23.08
Please check the time of your return journey, do not wait for the last bus. Download STELVIOBUS 2020 (pdf)
Each Stelviobus stop is the perfect starting point for simple walks and excursions of any difficulty level.
Here are some tips...
Easy: About 1h15min
The car park is the starting point for an easy trail in the valley bottom, along the Rabbies river to Còler. You will come first to the playground, then near the vegetation-filled marshlands and finally the Bègoi Venetian sawmill. From here, avoiding the dusty bus route, you follow the cool trail that winds up by the side of the frothing water, to where the land gently levels out at Còler. Of course, you can always walk down the same trail in the opposite direction after riding up on the Stelviobus!
Easy: About 1h30min
LINE 1 PLAN STOP
The entrance to the motorhome service area is the starting point for a level trail along Rabbies river that leads to a bridge over the Ragaiolo stream. From here, you can get to the Ponte Sospeso (Suspension Bridge) either using the steps in the wood on the left or the forest path on the right. On the way back, you can take the route that goes past the Malga Fratte farmhouse and then past the Bègoi Venetian Sawmill.
Medium/Easy: About 2h
LINE 1 PLAN STOP
The trail on the left bank rises gradually to the base of the waterfalls and then more steeply up to the famous wooden bridge over two majestic cascades of water. Then you walk back down along the right bank of the river, which takes you past the Malga Stablét Visitor Centre.
All the forest roads are easy to cycle on mountain bikes and almost always lead to somewhere selling refreshments.
You can also recharge your e-bike at many of these refreshments points.
For wheelchairs and pushchairs, we recommend the scenic stretch from Plazze dei Forni to the Bègoi Venetian Sawmill.