This quaint mountain village is located high up in the Vals Valley, nestled amidst unique mountain scenery and nature. The idyllic Fane Alm offers residential huts, hay barns, a little church and three alpine huts that serve food and drink.
Fane Alm originated in the Middle Ages as a hospital for plague and cholera patients; today it is one of the area’s most important destinations for families. The alpine pasture is the starting point for many lovely mountain hikes, such as Wilde Kreuzspitze, which is the highest peak in the area. Fane Alm, which offers cozy mountain huts that serve food and drink, is an ideal place to relax; children will also find plenty of space here to let off steam.
Highlights of the year at the Alm certainly include the Fane Fest and the Dairy Festival,
which is celebrated here. Incidentally, Fane Alm is also accessible via the Milk Trail: along this pathway, hikers can learn many intriguing facts about milk and cows. In addition, Fane Alm is the starting point for the well-known Wurmaul Umrundung ski touring race, which always takes place in April.
Speaking of winter sports, Fane Alm is a great place to go sledding