4 must-dos on holiday in Val Pusteria/Pustertal

Plan de Corones

Enjoy 120 kilometres of perfectly groomed pistes in winter and explore the 360° panoramic mountain via hiking trails, downhill routes and a wide range of activities for children in the warmer months. Directly accessible from Olang!
Lake Braies

The picturesque mountain lake - also known as the Pearl of the Dolomites - where Terence Hill filmed his series "So close to heaven" has its charm all year round. If you are fit enough, you can even hike there directly from the Lerchnhof. Otherwise, simply travel there by public transport or your own car.
Three Peaks

If you come to Val Pusteria/Pustertal, you simply have to see the landmark of the Dolomites. You can hike around the three imposing peaks and admire them from all three sides. Experienced climbers can scale the peaks via various routes.
Dreifingerspitze & Piz da Peres

The view from our balconies falls directly onto our local mountains in the Fanes-Sennes-Braies Nature Park. The starting points are just a few minutes' drive away. The thrilling view of the Dolomites will make you forget the effort of the hike when you reach the summit.
Lake Antholz

Antholz is not only famous for the annual Biathlon World Cup: Next to the cross-country skiing centre is a beautiful mountain lake, which can be admired all year round on a circular hike. The brave even treat themselves to a dip in the water on the hottest days of the year. If the ice is thick enough in winter, the lake is transformed into a romantic ice skating rink.