The picturesque and peaceful village Montan (known as Montagna in Italian) is situated on the west slope at a height of about 500 metres above the valley floor, within the Trudner Horn national park. Towering above everything is Enn Castle and below it the quaint village centre with its steep cobbled lanes and its houses and garden walls joined to each other in a seemingly haphazard way. The hamlets of Pinzon, Glen, Kalditsch, Gschnon and Kaltenbrunn also belong to Montan, all scattered across the sunny plateau and nestling between well-tended fruit orchards and vineyards. The climatic conditions in this area allow the best Pinot Noir in South Tyrol to be produced here.
In Montan you should not miss:
- Hans Klocker altar in the church in Pinzon
- Enn Castle
- Panoramic view over the Etsch valley
- Panoramic walk along the former Fleims valley railway line
- European walking route no. 5
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