Fane Alpine village
The Malga Fane is considered the most beautiful Alpine hamlet of South Tyrol and is a family excursion destination all year.
The Malga Fane is a unique place in South Tyrol. This genuine Alpine village is located in the upper Valle di Valles, surrounded by a backdrop without equals. Residential huts, hay huts, a little chapel and three mountain taverns form the idyllic hamlet Malga Fane.
Originally the Malga Fane was established as a lazaret for pest or cholera patients. Today, however, it represents one of the main family destinations of the area. By the way, it is also starting point for worthwhile mountain hikes, such as to the Picco della Croce, which is also the highest peaks in the surroundings of the Alpine village. Of course also the Malga Fane itself is an ideal place for an excursion. Kids can play among in between the mountain huts, there is much space for them.
A highlight at the Alpine village is undoubtedly the Milk Festival, which is celebrated in summer. By the way, the Malga Fane can be reached in about 1 hour on the a forested trail, or along a milk trail, which provides information on milk and cows. Moreover, in winter, the Malga Fane is the starting point for the popular touring ski race “Wurmaul Umrundung“.
Apropos winter: in the cold season, you can enjoy tobogganing, from the alpine pasture down into the village. To cut a long story short: the Malga Fane is an excursion for families the whole year round.