Welcome to Obereggen!


Located at the bottom of the Latemar, a World Heritage Site, Obereggen is one of the most loved ski and hiking areas in the Dolomites. Overlooking the city of Bolzano (just 20 minutes’ drive away), Obereggen offers the perfect alpine experience in summer and winter.
If you visit us in winter you can make your way from Obereggen to the Pampeago and Predazzo ski resorts via 18 modern lift facilities, swaying between 1,550 and 2,500 metres in the air. Our guests will live the experience of a lifetime surrounded by nature on 48 km of sunny and carefully groomed slopes and in our newly revamped snow park centres.

But wait, there’s more! The Obereggen ski pass can be used in the neighbouring ski resorts of Cermis, Alpe Lusia, Bellamonte and many more. Get ready for a blast on more than 100 km of slopes waiting just for you!
What if you’re more of a night owl? Easy: we’ve got something for you too. As our other guests sleep sweet dreams, you can come out and play in Obereggen. Come out, come out and play! From 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. ski by floodlight on one of our best slopes, the sledge slope and our new Night-Snowpark.

Obereggen lies in the very heart of the Dolomites and is partnered with the largest international ski association, Dolomiti Superski. The area is renowned the world over for its carefully groomed slopes and its snow’s outstanding quality. Our main concerns are to protect the environment and nurture sustainability to ensure this beautiful natural landscape is preserved in the future. Take the village of Obereggen, for example. In the last decade alone it has used exclusively biomass to heat the entire village and produce green electricity through the use of water power.

Pack your walking boots and head to Obereggen this summer: it’s well worth a visit! Take a deep breath of crisp, fresh mountain air during your walks on mountain pastures in full bloom or explore our planet’s very own history on the World Heritage Site. There’s never a dull day on our exciting themed trails: everyone, from the youngest tot to parents and grandparents will learn about how the Dolomites came to be and its flora and fauna. The 360° viewing platform (2,100 m) is quite the highlight: lose yourself in the breathtaking view over the main chain of the Alps.

Scared of missing out on that golden tan? Obereggen is an ideal place for sunbathing, too. According to the 2013 weather reports of the Provincial Weather Office, Obereggen and the municipality of Deutschnofen were the sunniest South Tyrolean municipalities. Leave the bad weather back at home and prepare yourself for over 300 days of sunshine a year.
Over 70 percent of regular guests say that: once you’re Obereggen, you’ll always want to come back!

Obereggen in Winter

Obereggen counts as one of the best ski areas in the Alps. In the last years, Obereggen and the Latemar Ski Center were awarded numerous international prizes. They both offer state-of-the-art lift facilities and sunny slopes for winter sport athletes of every level. 48 km of slopes, two snow parks with half pipe facilities, a sleigh slope, three playing grounds and many cosy ski huts guarantee a winter blast from the end of November until Easter. As if that weren’t enough, you can visit the neighbouring ski areas of the Fiemme Valley/Obereggen and enjoy over 100 km of slopes with one single ski pass.

The 10 reasons why Obereggen is well worth a visit in winter:

  • 48 km of sunny and snow-reliable slopes for all levels in the heart of the World Heritage Site, the Dolomites. Ski to your heart’s content!
  • One of the best skiing areas in the whole world with professionally and carefully groomed slopes, which have been awarded prizes more than once. On the slopes you’ll find state-of-the-art and quick ski lift facilities taking you to fun ski resorts and shortening waiting times.
  • One of the best ‘theme and snow parks’ in Italy with a half pipe and a new night-time snow park with a cool jibline.
  • Night-time skiing and sleighing by floodlight three times a week until 10 p.m.
  • The Brunoland playing ground, the Mini Club and a new Kids Snowpark for our small guests.
  • One of the best ski schools in all South Tyrol.
  • Sleigh by floodlight on the 2.5 km sleigh slope; a new 750m sleigh slope; also get ready to hike on a vast network of winter footpaths with breathtaking views.
  • Delight in a number of excellent dishes at the ski huts: enjoy South Tyrolean and Italian specialties alike.
  • Professional hire and maintenance area at the valley station as well as an outstanding ski school. Make use of a new and modern ski depot at the Valley Station and avoid carrying about cumbersome ski equipment.
  • Just 20 minutes from the motorway exit Bozen Nord/Eggental.

Hiking paradise Obereggen

Obereggen is a beautiful location set on the western side of the Latemar mountain, an ideal starting point for excursions and tours of all levels across the Alps. 15 different tours start from Obereggen and wind their way over 100 km of footpaths across the holiday destination of the Eggental valley. From the Latemar, four cable cares will swiftly take hikers to the mountainous heights. From here they can start their tours across the unique massif and enjoy a unique view.

For the lone wolfs among you with enough mountain experience under your belt, from Obereggen you can ascend small mounds via the Latemar to the Karer Pass. A nice and intermediate climbing wall takes you to the Gamsstallscharte, in the heart of unspoilt wilderness on the Latemar, to the Latemar hut.

If you’re looking for a leisurely stroll and want to take the kids along with you, you will be pleased to know about the picturesque mountain huts and eateries coasting the walking trails. Beautiful mountain flora and a geological learning trail make hiking with the kids a special experience.

The beautiful massif, surrounded by a unique landscape, the soft, green pastures, the idyllic mountain huts (all easily accessible), make a stay in Obereggen a relaxing and recuperative holiday for hikers and summit ascenders

The new, thrilling LATEMARIUM

The Latemar, part of the Dolomites, a World Heritage Site, has always been beautiful and home to many legends. The hiking paradise in the South Tyrol Eggental Valley became even more exciting back in the summer of 2014: adults and children will find new themed trails at the Latemarium and a spectacular 360° viewing platform with breathtaking views on the surrounding mountains. The planners paid particular attention to the overall concept of the site: they wanted to emulate nature as much as possible and, for this reason, tried to integrate as much of the natural environment itself, causing minimal disruption to the surroundings.


The 10 reasons why Obereggen is well worth a visit in summer:

  • Spend your holidays in the heart of the Dolomites, a World Heritage Site, and the Latemar and Rosengarten mountain chains, the magical Karersee Lake and the Bletterbach Park.
  • 15 footpaths for all levels, from the leisurely stroll to the ambitious climbing excursion; various themed trails from Obereggen
  • Experience the Latemarium in the World Heritage Site of the Dolomites, with its numerous themed trails. Both children and adults will learn a lot on local mountains, flora and fauna.
  • 360° viewing platform (2,100 m). Let your gaze roam across a sensational view on the surrounding mountain summits, stretching out for 70 km. Easily accessible via the Oberholz lift.
  • Four mountain cable cars from which hikers can enjoy the view of the Alps, as well as eleven mountain huts where you can taste local dishes in a relaxed setting..
  • Unspoilt mountain pastures blooming with rare plants and herbs, where cows, horses, and sheep graze, not a care in the world; or an ancient copse of trees, from where the world renowned wood used to make musical instruments comes from.
  • Climbing and tightrope adventure park at the valley station, fun and safe climbing for children with qualified mountain guides and different playing grounds for the smaller guests.
  • Different bike tours, including the Latemar tour highlight for mountain bikers, or the Giro d’Italia tour for ambitious road bicycle bikers.
  • Climbing classes and excursions with qualified mountain guides or guided excursions to the most beautiful locations of the area. The guides will also provide you with interesting titbits on the flowers and herbs you spot or on the geological formation of the Dolomites.
  • Walking and running trails of all levels and many other sport offers such as tennis, golf, horse riding and a lot more…

… and if that weren’t enough, Bolzano is just a 20 minute drive away. Head into town and see world famous museums and the old city centre, cafes and shops ideal for shopping, fun and relaxation.