With rustic wooden huts, barns and cattle stalls, a small church dating back to 1898 and three Alpine taverns, time seems to have stood still on the Fane Alm Alpine village. The Alpine farm village, which is located at 1,739 metres at the head of the Valsertal valley in the Pfunderer mountains, originated in the Middle Ages and initially served as a military hospital for people suffering from the plague and cholera.
Today, the managed Alpine farm village, where local farmers offer fresh cheese and butter for tasting, is one of the most popular excursion destinations for families and an ideal starting point for rewarding Alpine tours. Choose between a leisurely hike along a forest road, which is also easy to manage with a pram, or hike along the Milk Trail to the Fane Alm Alpine village and learn all sorts of interesting facts about dairy farming in South Tyrol. The topic is communicated in a playful way via informative display boards or creative exhibits.