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Snowshoeing

Snowhike: Antholzersee / Lago di Anterselva Lake - Staller Saddle

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  • Snowshoe hike in the Antholzertal / Valle Anterselva valley
    / Snowshoe hike in the Antholzertal / Valle Anterselva valley
    Photo: Wisthaler Harald, Tourismusverein Antholzertal
Map / Snowhike: Antholzersee / Lago di Anterselva Lake - Staller Saddle
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closed
moderate
5.8 km
2:00 h
411 m
5 m

Easy and wunderful snowshoe hike from the Antholzersee / Lago di Anterselva Lake over the snow covered street to the Staller Saddle.

IMPORTANT NOTE: Good physical fitness, suitable kit and knowledge of the weather and snow conditions in the mountains are imperative. Please check the weather and avalanche reports before you start, and only start with the right kit and possibly accompanied by a mountain guide. Snowshoe hikes are at your own risk.

Difficulty
moderate
Technique
Stamina
Experience
Landscape
Highest point
2050 m
Lowest point
1640 m
Best time of year
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Turn-by-turn directions

Starting from the biathlon center, you hike along the Lake Antholz. or, if possible, over the frozen lake. On the closed pass road to the Staller Sattel.

Note


all notes on protected areas

Getting there

Arrival by public transport

from train station Valdaora:

  • by bus 431 to the bus stop Lago di Anterselva

>See here for the bus & train timetable

Arrival by train, car, foot or bike


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Status
closed
Difficulty
moderate
Distance
5.8 km
Duration
2:00h
Ascent
411 m
Descent
5 m

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