Winter Hiking
Family hike | © Manuel Kottersteger
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WINTER HIKING IN THE ANTHOLZ VALLEY

The Antholz Valley is known for its certainty of snow. Anyone who is looking for a genuine winter wonderland will love the Antholz Valley. A hike along the fields of Rasen, past the snow-covered biotope, in a fantastic winter setting, all while breathing in healthy winter air, provides the perfect balance to the hectic pace of everyday life and works like a balm for the soul. 

He closer you get to the end of the valley, the more massive the imposing peaks of the Rieserferner seem to be. Scenery like out of a picture book. A winter hike can also be combined with a sledding party – up by foot, and down on the sled.

Winter-TourS
in the Antholz Valley
Antholzertal
Winter hike: Niederrasen - Bad Salomonsbrunn
Distance 4,2 km
Duration 2 h 30 min
Ascent 21 m
Antholzertal
Winter hike to the Hofstatt Alm hut
Distance 2,4 km
Duration 55 min
Ascent 245 m
Status
closed
Winter hiking Antholzertal | © Kottersteger Manuel, Tourismusverein Antholzertal
Intermediate
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Antholzertal
Winter hike: Niederrasen - Oberstall - Oberrasen
Distance 2,7 km
Duration 1 h 00 min
Ascent 169 m
Antholzertal
Winter hike circular route: Bad Salomonsbrunn
Distance 3,1 km
Duration 1 h 00 min
Ascent 26 m
Antholzertal
Winter hike: Niederrasen - Neunhäusern
Distance 2,6 km
Duration 45 min
Ascent 40 m
Antholz Obertal / Anterselva di Sopra | © Manuel Kottersteger, Tourismusverein Antholzertal
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Winter hike: Camping Antholz- Lake Anterselva
Distance 5,9 km
Duration 1 h 45 min
Ascent 389 m
Status
closed
Antholzertal
Winter hike: Maierhöfe - Wiesemann
Distance 2,7 km
Duration 2 h 30 min
Ascent 236 m
Status
closed
Antholzertal
Winter hike: Circular Path Lake Antholz
Distance 5,9 km
Duration 1 h 00 min
Ascent 23 m
Status
closed
Antholzertal
Winter hike: Circular Path Rasen
Distance 2,7 km
Duration 2 h 30 min
Ascent 185 m
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IMPORTANT

IMPORTANT
  • to be observed
  • Weather
  • Avalanche report
  • to be observed
Cross-country ski run | © Manuel Kottersteger

to be observed

Do not use the cross-country slopes for hiking!

Weather

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

to the South Tyrol weather

Avalanche report

Before each tour, read the avalanche report carefully and adapt the tour accordingly!

to the avalanche report
Shoe spikes
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TIPS FOR WINTER HIKING
  • SHOE SPIKES are lightweight crampons you can tie under the hiking boots, very helpful in icy smooth spots.
  • GAITERS for slipping over shoes and pants are helpful when hiking in deep snow, so that no snow goes in the shoes and the pants will not get wet.
  • Take a THERMOS of hot tea to warm up.
  • SUNGLASSES and SUNSCREEN are very important in winter as the snow reflects and the sun can be very strong in winter.
  • Dress up on the ONION PRINCIPLE and take dry clothes with you, should your clothes get wet.
  • TREKKING POLES WITH LARGE PLATES to better balance and test whether the snow is hard or soft.
  • HEADLAMP if the walk takes longer and you are surprised by the darkness.
  • TOUR PLANNING: it should be noted that it gets dark early in the winter, not all huts are opened and times of the hikes are not transferable to the winter, as you slow down in the snow.