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Where is Pejo – Val di Sole?
Pejo (also Peio) is an commune located in Val di Pejo, a side valley of Val di Sole in Italy. These two valleys, together with Val di Non, form a valley community northwest of the city of Trento/province of Trento. Pejo is home to around 1,800 people and lies at an altitude of 1,173 m. Pejo comprises the districts Cogolo di Pejo, Celentino, Celledizzo, Pejo Fonti, Pejo Dorf and Strombiano. The region around Pejo is part of Stelvio National Park.
What’s the weather like in Val di Sole?
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What to do in Pejo in the winter?
Winter sports enthusiasts love Ski Area Pejo 3000 ski resort, comparable to resorts in Switzerland, Austria or the Dolomites. Situated at an altitude between 1,200 m and 3,000 m, it is one of the highest and most snow-sure resorts in Italy. Pejo is also among the five sunniest ski areas of the Trentino province with 70 days of sun per season. Pejo boasts more the 20km of pistes with many long downhill trails. This family-friendly ski resort features a stunning view of the surrounding mountain world. “Tarlenta” cable car at Pejo Fonti takes you to the ski area. Pejo Fonti is also well known for its thermal spa. Pejo is close to other famous ski resorts, such as Bormio with Stelvio, Valbella and Betulle.
What to do in Val di Sole in the summer?
Visitors enjoy summer holidays in the province of Trentino as well as in Alto Adige because of pristine landscapes, many mountains and beautiful hotels and accommodations. Stelvio National Park, comprising also Val di Sole, is the biggest nature reserve of the Alps. The national park boasts many high mountain peaks and valleys formed by glaciers.
In the summer these are the perfect starting points for hiking tours to the surrounding mountains, such as the world-famous Ortler, Monte Cevedale, Brenta-Dolomites and Adamello-Presanella group. The region features many passes which offer a breath-taking panorama whether you are in the car, on a motorcycle or a bicycle. Stilfser Pass, Tonale Pass and Gavia Pass are the most famous ones.