La Val: hiking village
An Alpine village where craftsmanship, agriculture and ancient traditions are still well preserved
The village of La Val lies on the green slopes in front of the Sasso Santa Croce and the centre is 1.348 m above sea level. Though a part of the tourist area of Alta Badia, the Alpine village of La Val is strongly distinguished from other villages of the area, not only because it is without ski lifts, but also for the farmer landscapes, peaceful tranquility and the presence of ancient Ladin traditions, which are cherished.
La Val is very much loved by families with children and people who want to spend a truly reinvigorating holiday in strict contact with an uncontaminated nature.
In La Val, traditions are felt everywhere, they are clearly visible in the talented artisan workshops in the district of Pederoa, at the religious festivals and folk events, in the typical constructions known as Viles and in the strong love for their land of its 1.300 inhabitants.
Especially during summer, there are many organised excursions with expert guides, visits to the typical residential farmer areas and culinary events as the "Sonns y Saus" on the Armentara meadows along with the various “Segra” (cultural events) in the different villages.