No matter what season, find out what to do in Antholz. In summer the surrounding mountains of Antholz offer perfect conditions for countless sports activities like climbing, hiking, biking, paragliding or rafting. Golf lovers appreciate the first-class golf courses of GC Pustertal. But also in winter the area offers plenty of options for sports activities besides the cross-country skiing mecca of Antholz. Whether skiing, snowboarding, skating, tobogganing, or simply strolls in a snowy winter landscape – nothing stands in the way of your perfect winter holiday.
The Antholz Valley, the cross-country skiing Mecca for anyone that wants to discover an untouched winter landscape on cross-country skies. In our little paradise, you’ll find exactly what you’re looking for: The cross-country loipes (more than 60 km) are very well prepared each day and lead through romantic forests submerged in snow, right across Lake Antholz to the foot of the Staller Saddle.
Located in the Kronplatz ski region, the Hotel & Spa Alpenresidenz Antholz is the perfect starting point for a great day of skiing in Kronplatz the ski area as well as for a ski tour into the mountains of the Antholz Valley.
Antholz is a true haven for winter sports fans. Not just for skiers & ski tourists, cross-country skiers will love this valley as well. It also has the perfect programme for tobogganers.
During wintertime the Antholz Valley offers a beautiful snow-covered landscape, best enjoyed during a snowshoe hike through the valley. Snow covered forests and mountains are the perfect backdrop for a hike on snowshoes, especially for nature lovers looking for some tranquillity away from the ski pistes.
For those looking for some tranquillity away from the pistes and who prefer to leave their own tracks in the snow, visitors will find plenty of ski touring possibilities in varying degrees of difficulty.
The Nature Park Rieserferner Ahrn holds the biggest amount of glaciers among all South Tyrolean Naure Parks.
The golf courses in South Tyrol are among the most beautiful golf courses in Italy. The greens are well looked-after and meet the requirements of even the most passionate golfers.
Mountain bikers and cyclists will get their money’s worth in the South Tyrolian Puster Valley. Due to its well-developed network of cycling paths between the towns – not only in the Puster Valley – your cycling holiday in South Tyrol will be pure joy.