Lush apple trees or imposing glaciers? Both! The 40-kilometre-long Val d’Ultimo/Ultental is considered to be one of the most pristine valleys in South Tyrol. By pristine we mean that it’s dotted with mountain meadows and dense forests, and the landscape that you’ll explore during your family holiday in South Tyrol is untouched. Landscapes that are as colourful as the rainbow: At the beginning of Val d’Ultimo/Ultental, near Lana, you’ll pass vineyards and apple trees, but further on in the valley, spectacular peaks and glaciers, crystal-clear mountain lakes, and ancient mountain farms at 1,800 metres above sea level that are still inhabited await you. Did you know? All four villages in Val d’Ultimo/Ultental are dedicated to a saint: St. Pankraz. St. Walburg (where our family hotel in Val d’Ultimo/Ultental is situated), St. Nikolaus, and St. Gertraud. A highlight in Val d’Ultimo/Ultental are the famous 850-year-old larches. Here, you can start experiencing nature with your children.