The most convenient way to reach the Anterselva valley is flying to Venice or Innsbruck and then go by car or train. Alternatively Munich offers an international airport that is only a few hours away by car. The trip is a bit long but very scenic and definitely worth it. It’s a really peaceful valley where you can practice different kinds of outdoor activities including hiking, mountain biking and of course fly fishing in the Anterselva Lake or in the Anterselva River. Several species inhabit the system ranging from brown trout, grayling, lake trout, marble trout to arctic char and brook trout. In the autumn season, the landscape is colourful and the place is almost empty. It provides a peaceful and refreshing moment surrounded by peaks of almost 10,000ft.
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Photos and text by Matt Audiffret