Water is the origin of all life and the most important food for us humans. On our water adventure hikes in the Antholz Valley you can experience the element of water as never before. From the glaciers of the Rieserferner Group, the water flows down to the valley via rushing streams and waterfalls, forming beautiful lakes and floodplain landscapes.
Along the Lake Antholz, turn right and take path no. 7 to the mountain pasture Steinzgeralm. Then continue to the upper Steinzgeralm and turn left towards Staller Saddle via path no. 7a. There you will reach the viewpoint "Two lakes view", from where you will descend to Staller Saddle. At that point you can walk around the Lake Obersee and then descend from the Staller Saddle to the Lake Antholz and complete the tour.
The Klammbach and Egger Waterfalls in Antholz Mittertal are impressive natural spectacles in the middle of the Antholz Valley. At the end of the day, you can enjoy the cooling freshness of the water at the Egger Waterfall.
From the Antholz Mittertal sports zone, walk along the asphalted road up to the Eggerhof farmyards. Once there, follow the forest path through the mixed forest. After arriving at the panoramic platform you will enjoy a wonderful view of the Antholz Valley and the Rieserferner Group. Here, the water is of incredible power. The hike can then continue along the Mittertaler high path and at the end you can make a detour to the Egger Waterfall and enjoy the cooling freshness of the water.
Starting from Antholz Mittertal, cross the main road and walk over the bridge towards Riederhof. Then follow the hiking trail no. 1 past Camping Antholz to the turn-off towards Grüblalm. Follow the hiking trail no. 9 to the wind gap Grübl and then continue over the flat ridge to reach the Ochsenfeld lakes.
On this hike children can explore the water in a playful way on a circular trail through the biotope. At the end of the experience you can enjoy a Kneipp tour in the Niederrasen leisure park.
From the tourist office Niederrasen you can walk towards Oberrasen through the water adventure park, where you will find playgrounds for children based on the element water. Continue to Oberrasen and then follow the signs to the biotope "Rasner Möser". You can either take the same path or follow the Antholz stream back to Niederrasen. The hike can then be concluded with a Kneipp tour at the Niederrasen leisure park.