Lake Antholz, also known as Untersee, is the third largest mountain lake in South Tyrol. It is located at the foot of the Rieserferner Group and is surrounded by dark green coniferous forests. In 2003, the nature trail around Lake Antholz was opened, which explains in a playful way the most important rocks of the area, the most common tree species and the surrounding peaks. The hike takes about 1.5 hours. Lake Antholz is also the starting point for numerous hiking and mountain tours. Let your soul unwind in the breathtaking landscape around Lake Antholz!
The Staller Saddle mountain pass connects the Antholzertal/Valle Anterselva with the Defereggen Valley (Austria). If you are sports enthusiast, a hike from Lake Antholz is highly recommended. Alternatively, the Staller Saddle can also be reached by motorbike. At the top of the Pass is the beautiful mountain lake "Obersee", which invites you to linger, feast and enjoy in the inn or simply stop for a short break before continuing of your tour. We are happy to provide you information on the best hiking destinations.
The Rieserferner Group is one of the wildest, lonest regions of the Central Alps. From the Antholzertal/Valle Anterselva you can take wonderful mountain and hiking tours. You can choose between easy family hikes to nearby alpine pastures, more challenging mountain hikes or tours on via ferrata for ambitious climbers. All tours have one thing in common, the unique and breathtaking mountain landscape of the Rieserferner-Ahrn Nature Park.
BIKE & MOUNTAINBIKE TOURS
Whether you prefer an easy tour with low elevation gain to enjoy with your family, or whether you are looking for the challenge and prefer a challenging mountain bike tour, the Antholzertal/Valle Anterselva offers every possible tour requirement for you and your family. Well signposted, you can enjoy your bike or bike tour in a breathtaking natural setting and, if desired, really power yourself out.