The Seebodenspitze rises above the S. Valentino Lake in the upper Venosta Valley.
The mountain is particularly popular, because you do not need to start your hike in the valley, as it can be easily reached with the gondola lift from S. Valentino/St. Valentin up to Malga S. Valentino/Haider Alm and therefore ascending up a height of 2,100 m. From Malga S. Valentino through a sparse pine forest and across grazing grounds on the initially only slightly ascending, then fairly steep climb no. 10 up to the “Schwarzer Kofel”. Further across large rocks up the ridge and from there, the wide crest leads to the summit. From the summit, you can see the entire mountain landscape of the upper Inntal Valley and upper Venosta Valley. The descent leads across a small detour via the so-called “Three Lakes” (Drei Seen in German) and then back again to Malga S. Valentino.
Where to eat
In our guest house, we spoil you with delicacies from the region. We are also equipped for festivities of a special kind in the midst of untouched mountain natures (vintage, birthday celebrations ...).
- You're traveling a distance of 4 miles on this moderate trail. The hike is therefore not too long. The average length of all hikes in South Tyrol is 7 miles.
- Elevated between 7067 ft and 9321 ft, the hike is among the 5 highest elevated hikes in Italy. You're facing an uphill climb of 748 vertical meters on this hike.
- You shouldn’t forget to bring your hiking boots. There are some sections on the trail where sturdy footwear is required. There are places to buy beverages and food along the track. However it’s always recommended to bring enough water and food along with you.