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Your holiday in Pejo in Val di Sole

The Hotel Alpino is perfect for those that want to spend a holiday in Val di Sole relaxing yet full of activities surrounded by the splendid nature of the Stelvio National Park in Trentino.

In fact, we are lucky enough to enjoy a privileged position, surrounded by the imposing Ortles-Cevedale Mountain range in the middle of the Stelvio National Park.

The area of Pejo, also known as the "Valletta", includes several villages such as Celentino and Strombiano, Comasine, Celledizzo, Cogolo and the village of Pejo itself. A tourist destination both in summer and winter, the valley offers truly impressive views and lends itself well as a base for the most exciting high-altitude hikes.

Pejo Cable Cars

As regards the activities to do in val di Sole during your stay at the Hotel Alpino, you will be spoilt for choice: summer holidays in Val di Sole include a combination of nature, sun, fun and adrenalin! They start with quieter activities within everyone's reach such as walking, excursions to mountain huts, Nordic walking or fishing in the lake and in the river, right up to more challenging and adventurous activities such as free climbing, high altitude trekking, horse riding, tarzaning and paragliding. Val di Sole is also well-known for water sports along the River Noce such as rafting or canoeing, kayaking, canyoning and hydrospeeding. For bike lovers, Val di Sole has a myriad of paths for mountain bikes and e-bikes, an extensive network of cyclelanes, a bike park as well asTransalp and downhill routes. And also mycological trips, archaeological trips, visits to the wildlife centre and much more!

When the snow arrives and covers the mountain peaks and valleys Val di Sole becomes a magical place. For those that love winter sports, there are lots of ways to have fun: just 100 m from the hotel the Pejo 3000 ski lifts will take you up to 3000 metres and to the longest ski slopeinTrentino (7 km) with its 1600 metres of elevation gain and pure adrenalin!  The 9000 sq. m Snowpark in Seroden. Small children can have fun at the Leo Monthy baby park with snow rafts and easy ski slopes. Night skiing on the Biancaneve slope in Cogolo di Pejo.

Lots of sport and fun and lots of activities in val di Sole just a short distance from our hotel! Furthermore, just a short distance from Pejo (just 10 km, reachable with the ski bus service) you can find the ski slopes in Folgarida Marilleva - Madonna di Campiglio and Pinzolo, with more than 150 km of thrilling slopes and 100 more in the Adamello ski Pontedilegno ski area. Those that love snowboard acrobatics and stunts can put themselves to the test in one of the numerous Snowparks in the area.
After all that movement there are lots of opportunities to have fun and make new friends during après ski. Those that want to enjoy the spectacular views from high altitudes in a less frenetic way, can try alpine skiing, snowshoeing, Nordic walking or fun relaxing activities such as ice skating, dog sledding or horse-drawn sleigh rides.

Nestling in the heart of the Central Alps the Stelvio National Park with its 130,700 hectares is the largest park in Italy. The area is made up of typical valleys of glacial origin and rugged peaks of the mighty Ortler-Cevedale Mountain Group, and around ¾ of the area is 2,000 metres above sea level.

The landscape extends over majestic ridges and it is covered in lush forests, pastures and verdant high-altitude meadows and it is crossed by rushing streams that bubble up from perennial glaciers. The morphological variety provided by the conspicuous altitudes (the peak of Mount Ortler reaches 3,905 metres) allows the existence of an extraordinary variety of flora and fauna.

In addition to being a park with uniquely beautiful landscape, Stelvio is also rich in history: numerous villages and farms, scattered here and there in the valley and on the mountainsides are fascinating examples of ruraland sacred architecture, in perfect harmony with the natural environment.
Furthermore, the park was also the scene of combat during the First World War and there are still numerous traces and testimonies to those events.

Nature and history: a fascinating and compelling combination that is really worth discovering!

Stelvio National Park

At the Terme di Pejo it is possible to spend a health-restoring andrelaxing stay surrounded by nature all year round. The building is located within the protected area of the Stelvio National Park, right in front oftheHotel Alpino Wellness & Spa.

The water that flows from the depths of the rocks is rich in minerals and beneficial properties thanks to their unique chemical composition. The 3 different mineral springs allow for natural healing of some ailments that involve the joints, venous and lymphatic circulation, the respiratory tract, the skin, the gastrointestinal tract and urinary tract:

  • the Alpine Spring, very light trace mineral
  • the Ancient Spring, ferruginous carbon 
  • the New Spring, calcium-magnesium bicarbonate, ferruginous and naturally effervescent.

At the Terme it is possible to undergo different cures and treatments: drinking therapy, inhalation treatments, balneotherapy, mud bath therapy, phlebology treatments and a series of programmes for psycho-motor rehabilitation and beauty treatments.

The medical team provides continuous assistance and offers visits and specialist services of a vascular, dermatological aesthetic, dietetic and otorhinolaryngological nature.

The Terme is affiliated with the Italian National Health Service, INPS and INAIL.

Le Terme di Pejo