Lake Anterselva

It is the scenic highlight of the Antholz Valley: Lake Anterselva. The mountain lake lies at an altitude of 1,642 m above sea level. With its turquoise waters and the wonderful mountains of the Rieserferner-Ahrn Nature Park that surround it, it is one of the most popular destinations for outings to the Puster Valley, alongside Lake Prags. And although the idyllic lake is the third-largest natural lake in South Tyrol, it can be completely circumnavigated (approx. 1 hour walking time).

Who is it aimed at?
Couples, friends, families

Car or bus from Bruneck or Olang

Good to know
The lake in winter: winter hiking (circumnavigation of the lake), cross-country skiing (2.6 km long lake trail)

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