Haidersee region – Reschenpass – Graun im Vinschgau
Relax, recharge your batteries, experience nature. The Haidersee offers more for fishermen …
The Haidersee is located near the village of St. Valentin auf der Haide at 1450 m, framed by the wonderful mountains of the Vinschgau Oberland. It is known as one of the richest fish, the most beautiful and natural lakes in the entire Alpine region. The natural lake extends over 89 hectares and is up to 15 meters deep. Various types of trout, pike, perch and, above all, whitefish cavort in the lake.
The Haidersee is not only known as a fishing paradise for connoisseurs, but also as a resort for nature lovers and hikers. The circular walk promises relaxing, enjoyable and educational moments in the biotopes and on the shores of Lake Haider.
AREA: Fish water Haidersee, incl. Bach Etsch: approx. 1 km to the south Size: 89 ha, length: 2 km, width: 0.5 km, depth up to 15 m
Cooperation fish water: Nauders – Austria: 10 km away, Stillebach: length approx 12 km, Piengbach: 3 km, Grünsee: 1.5 ha DURATION: Whitefish, pike, brown trout, rainbow trout and lake trout, perch CATCH TIME: from April 20th to the end of October FISHING CARD: Haidersee: day ticket € 28.00, rowing boat rental: day ticket € 22.00 Free battery charging for your own boats (electric motors) Fishing license Italy, one-time € 40.00 (valid for 10 years)
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