- Villa Waldkönigin
- Your stay
Strolling through the serene, snow-covered forest or circling the frozen Lago della Muta, with the majestic snow-covered Ortles as a backdrop, offers a soothing experience for body and mind. Meanwhile, winter enthusiasts can indulge in various sporting activities around Lake Resia.
In winter, Val Venosta has five ski areas with different slopes and fun parks: San Valentino alla Muta, Belpiano, Nauders, Watles, and Solda. Get all the gear you need at our PUKO Sport shop, whether you want to buy or rent.
Comfy shoes, practical clothing, top-notch skis, and more sports gear: Having the right equipment makes mountain holidays extra enjoyable. At PUKO Sport, guests of Villa Waldkönigin receive discounts on buying or renting various products.
Discover the snow-covered landscape in tranquillity on the 60 km of well-packed or groomed hiking trails in the Upper Venosta Valley. Alternatively, strap on your snowshoes and climb from Lago della Muta to Malga Brugger.
Enjoy cross-country skiing in Alta Val Venosta, whether on the Nauders track or the scenic Vallelunga high-altitude route. Experience variety in the seven designated areas, accessible with the Venosta Nordic Card.
Have you ever experienced being pulled across the ice by a sail? Lake Resia is a hit among snowkiters from all over Europe, showing off impressive acrobatics that will wow you.
A layer of ice, up to 40 cm thick, turns San Valentino della Muta and Resia lakes into vast natural ice rinks. Enjoy sledding amid white peaks and peaceful forests.