Alpine pasture huts & inns

Enjoying at altitudes of at least 1700 meters

The mountain landscape of Val Venosta’s Monte Tramontana is mainly characterized by upland pastures. In Laces, there are two managed grazed alpine pastures at altitudes of more than 1.700m.

Guests can look forward to tasty dumplings of all kinds, a typical South Tyrolean afternoon snack with bacon, alp cheese and traditional Val Venosta rye bread or sweet dishes such as apple strudel and Kaiserschmarrn (sugared pancake with raisins). They are spoilt with regional dishes on the restaurant Malga di Tarres large sun terrace. Malga di Tarres awaits you with a typical South Tyrolean lounge and a terrace to enjoy and relax. On your way to the valley, embedded in a wild and romantic upland pasture, you will find Malga di Laces (1716m) where hungry bikers and hikers can taste different delicacies.

Alpine pasture huts and innsOpening timesPhonenumber
Malga di Tarres Tarscher Alm

Florian Laimer
open from mid May until the end of October 
no day off
+39 328 175 6069
Berggasthof Tarscher Alm Berggasthof Tarscher Alm

Thomas Gasser
open from early May until the end of Ocotber
no day off
+39 338 727 6600

+39 0473 932 225
Malga di Laces Malga di Laces

Family Mantinger Elisabeth
open from mid May until October
no day off
+39 334 156 2692
Tourism association Latsch - Martell: info@bergbahnen-latsch.comTel +39 0473 623109