Staller Saddle

At the end of the Antholz valley, past Lake Anterselva, you can take the road through the pass to reach the Staller Saddle at 2,050m. The gateway to Austria; smuggler's route and archaeological site. For motorcyclists, the winding pass is one of the most popular destinations for outings in the Puster Valley; for hikers, a true paradise opens up on the Staller Saddle; for everyone who just wants to relax a little, there are wonderful places to do that at the crest of the pass, just beyond the border crossing to East Tyrol.

Who is it aimed at?
Couples, friends, families


Good to know
Pass road opening times: mid-May until the end of October, from 5.30 a.m. to 10.15 p.m.

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