Tru di pra certified path
Alta Badia Tourism Cooperative
Tru di praPhoto: Alta Badia/Freddy Planinschek, Alta Badia Tourism Cooperative
This trail has been certified by 'Europäisches Wandergütesiegel'.
Once you have left the village centre, you will understand why La Val is called the village of Alpine meadows: green, well-kept meadows will constantly surround you during this hike. The man-made landscape between 1300 and 2000 metres above sea level developed through the hard work of our farming ancestors, which today is facilitated by the use of agricultural machinery.
As the altitude increases, so does the consistency of the meadows: from meagre meadows to the pingui meadows and larch meadows of Armentara. Along the route you will find wonderful viewpoints, a sulphurous water spring at Al Bagn and several refreshment points where you can refresh yourself with some of the delicious Ladin specialities that can satisfy every palate: try the typical canederli (dumplings) or snack on a well-earned slice of strudel.
Every year in July, the non-competitive half-marathon 'Tru di pra' takes place on this route... are you ready for it? Sign up now, we are waiting for you!
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Public transportGetting to the starting point of the tour or point of interest by public transport is easy and convenient.
Follow the SS244 Val Badia road towards Pederoa and continue on road SP60 to La Val.
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