At the end of the Antholz valley, past Lake Antholz (1,650 m), you reach the Staller Saddle at 2,050 m, the border to Austria (East Tyrol), via the pass road. Traffic is regulated as one-way traffic for 24 hours by traffic lights.
In summer, the Staller Saddle is the starting point for many cross-border hikes.
Just behind the Staller Saddle, already on Austrian territory, lies the lake Obersee, a mountain lake at 2,016 m above sea level. The circular hike around the lake is suitable for everyone and is also suitable for prams.
Also in winter, the Staller Saddle and the Lake Obersee are an ideal destination. At the Staller Saddle there is a 5km long cross-country ski trail around the Lake Obersee. A groomed winter hiking trail from the Antholz valley up to the Staller Saddle guarantees fun for the whole family. It is also an ideal starting point for snowshoe hikes,