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Dolomites | © Kottersteger Manuel - TV Antholzertal
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Hike, mountains, dolomites view | © Kottersteger Manuel - TV Antholzertal
Hike, mountains, dolomites view | © Kottersteger Manuel - TV Antholzertal
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Alpine adventures for panorama addicts

Mountaineering in the Antholz valley turns you from explorers into conquerors. Climb the impressive peaks of the Rieserferner Group, cross glacier fields and enjoy captivating panoramic views that will make your eyes sparkle during an exciting summit hike. Grab your mountaineering gear and choose your favourite tour: ranging from easy and moderate summit hikes and up to more challenging glacier ascents, you will find a variety of itineraries to suit your every need. Whichever you may choose, one thing is guaranteed: Up here, you will discover a whole new world! Up here, you will enjoy unique moments that will last forever.

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Hiking bliss awaits you in the Antholz valley

Hiking in the Antholz valley also means hiking in one the most unspoilt valleys of South Tyrol. Let yourself be amazed and set off on a variety of hiking tours throughout the unique landscape of the Rieserferner-Ahrn Nature Park. Admire impressive mountain peaks, listen to the calming sound of the flowing spring waters and enjoy the magnificent views at mountains and valleys. Whether you are looking for easy family hikes, hut hikes, excursions to thundering waterfalls and peaceful mountain lakes or more challenging tours: Here you can enjoy experiences of a very special kind.

 

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Antholz Valley
11 Summit Tour
Distance 32,5 km
Duration 12 h 10 min
Height difference 1.740 m
Antholz Valley
Circular nature path at the Lake
Distance 3,4 km
Duration 1 h 30 min
Height difference 39 m
Antholz Valley
Circular Path Rasen
Distance 8,9 km
Duration 2 h 30 min
Height difference 191 m
Antholz Valley
Klammbach waterfall
Distance 1,7 km
Duration 40 min
Height difference 252 m
Antholz Valley
Hinterpasslerhütte - Staller Alm
Distance 2,6 km
Duration 45 min
Height difference 103 m
Hinterbergkofel | © Anna Notdurfter, Tourismusverein Antholzertal
Intermediate
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Antholz Valley
Hinterbergkofel 2.726m
Distance 3,1 km
Duration 2 h 15 min
Height difference 675 m
Antholz Valley
Peak Amperspitze 2.687m
Distance 9,1 km
Duration 5 h 06 min
Height difference 1.573 m
Antholz Valley
Family hike Panorama way Valdaora/Olang - Brunico/Bruneck
Distance 8,6 km
Duration 2 h 09 min
Height difference 208 m
Antholz Valley
Walking to the "Alte Goste"
Distance 2,0 km
Duration 45 min
Height difference 80 m
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MORE INFORMATIONS

MORE INFORMATIONS
  • Alpine Refuges
  • Staller Saddle Shuttle
  • SummitLynx
  • ALPINE & SKI TOURING GUIDE BAUMGARTNER MARTIN
  • Weather
  • Current hiking trail information

Alpine Refuges

Good air and delicious food

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Staller Saddle Shuttle

In summer the shuttle takes you comfortably up to the Staller Saddle at 2,052m.

information about the shuttle

SummitLynx

Your personal summit book 

Collect the famous hiking pins digitally with SummitLynx!

more informations
  • ALPINE & SKI TOURING GUIDE BAUMGARTNER MARTIN
Mountain Guide Martin Baumgartner

ALPINE & SKI TOURING GUIDE BAUMGARTNER MARTIN

Alpine climbing, via ferrata, mountain hiking

My name is Martin Baumgartner, and I was born in 1987; I’m also known as Jochele Martin, because I grew up on Jochelehof farm. I trained as a motor mechanic, and I now manage Jochelehof farm together with my family. I love walking in the mountains, both in summer and winter. In 2018, I passed the “certified alpine skier guide” exam, and I will be happy to accompany you up into the mountains. You can choose one of the many classic routes or opt for one of the lesser-known trails.

 

CONTACT:
phone +39 347 3321416
Mail: info@jochelehof.com 

Weather

Read the WEATHER REPORT carefully before each tour and adapt the tour accordingly!

to the South Tyrol weather

Current hiking trail information

Here you will find all current information about the hiking trails in the Antholz Valley.
Especially after the winter, it may be that paths are not yet passable because fallen trees have yet to be removed. Forest work, storms or landslides can also be responsible for road closures or detours.

If you notice something during your hikes, we would be happy if you can let us know by phone or e-mail. 

Overwiev of the closed roads