Fabulous View while Hiking through the Dolomites:


In Obereggen, you can hike and enjoy the best panorama

Spectacular views and breathtaking vistas of numerous alpine peaks make this panorama platform at an altitude of 2,200 meters above sea-level a unique experience. The panoramic map depicts the largest and most-important summits and mountain groups of the Central Alps in exactly the direction you can see them. This makes it easy to find and identify the individual summits. The platform is made of larch wood and is shaped like an ammonite – recalling the many fossil ammonites which can be found in the Latemar when hiking through the Dolomites. It's only five minutes by foot above the mountain station of the Oberholz Chairlifts on Trail No. 18 and is easy to reach.

On the Latemar: Hiking amidst the fantastic alpine panorama.
The highest peaks of the mountain groups which you can discover while hiking through the Dolomites are listed in the following table:

Lagorai GroupCima di Cece2,754 m
Brenta GroupCima Tosa3,173 m
Presanella GroupCima Presanella3,556 m
Ortler GroupOrtler3,904 m
Ötz Valley AlpsWildspitze3,768 m
SaldurkammSchwemser Spitze3,459 m
Texel GroupRoteck3,336 m
Stubaier AlpsZuckerhütl3,507 m

The distances to some of the most-important summits clearly illustrate just how unbelievably far you'll be able to see from this platform:

Weißhorn8 km2,316 m
Corno dei Tre Signori79 km3,360 m
Monte Vioz70 km3,645 m
Hasnöhrl56 km3,257 m
Weißkugel78 km3,740 m
Habicht77 km3,277 m

Come and explore the best thematic hiking trails in South Tyrol and hike through the Dolomites: The Latemarium makes it all possible.