Val di Rabbi is an alpine valley with a special natural environment, a refuge where you can enjoy your rest having fun in contact with nature.
Val di Rabbi is a branch of Val di Sole and is crossed by Rabbies torrent, which joins the Noce river. The valley is parallel to Val di Pejo and is separated from it by the Cima Rossa-Vegaia-Tremenesca-Camocina mountain range, while the opposite side confines with Bresimo Valley in Non Valley and with Sud-Tyroler valleys such as Val Martello and Val d’Ultimo. All the mountains of the valley belong to the Ortles-Cevedale range.
Val di Rabbi has been known since ancient times for the reddish underground water source, rich in therapeutic properties so as to go to history by the name of “Natural elixir” and still today is a destination for tourists looking for physical and psychic well-being as well as winter sports enthusiasts, mountain bikers, hikers and mountaineers who meet their wishes here.
Val di Rabbi is one of the most characteristic environments for the natural landscape of the entire province of Trento and has therefore been included in Stelvio National Park, a geological crossroads of deep alpine valleys. It is embellished by a mosaic of stones and monumental arches, springs, glaciers and snowfields, natural reservoirs of creeks that slop the hillsides and the valley floor.
Water draws paths of extraordinary beauty on the rocky walls, flowing torrents accompany the hikers taking the paths that develop along the coniferous forests: transparent, swollen and sparkling tapes, go through green turfs, silent forests, tangled passages torn to the rock.