Fun and Joy in the UNESCO World Heritage Site of the Dolomites: Holiday in Deutschnofen - Obereggen
Crisp, clean mountain air, spectacular scenery, and vistas that make your heart jump for joy. - This is what awaits you when you visit us in South Tyrol.
Deutschnofen is a paradise for cross-country skiers and hikers alike.
The Ski Centre Latemar-Obereggen, famous for its 48 km of excellently groomed slopes, invites the whole family to fun-filled adventures on skis or snowboard!
Deutschnofen-Obereggen, beautifully situated on a sunny plateau, is only 20 minutes from the urban distractions of the state capital of Bozen, yet refreshingly rural with its idyllic villages Deutschnofen, Eggen, Obereggen, and Petersberg, and the well-known pilgrimage site Maria Weissenstein.
Snuggled between the Dolomite mountains Latemar and Rosengarten, titled UNESCO World Heritage Site and shrouded in legend, it offers a sheer endless trail system delighting nature lovers and mountain enthusiasts alike: Choose from easy to medium hikes across blooming meadows, fresh forests, and green mountain pastures to challenging rock climbing tours.
For mountain bike enthusiasts, Deutschnofen offers a variety trails: from easy trails for beginners to single trails with exciting downhill spurts for advanced bikers.
Want an insider tip? – Try the 18-hole golf course in Petersberg, situated at a breathtaking altitude of 1,250 m above sea level!
Soft Mobility around Town
Every hour, public buses run across town, take you to our local villages and connect you to attractive tourist destinations in the immediate surroundings.
Enjoy your car-free holidays with the Mobilcard Rosengarten Latemar: For only 12 Euro for the 7-day pass, you can explore the region to your heart’s content.
With the Mobilcard South Tyrol (valid for 1/3/7 days), you can use all available means of public transportation in the entire South Tyrol region.
In summer the Guest Card offers:
- Free and unlimited use of 10 lifts for 3 of any 7 days in the heart of the Rosengarten/Catinaccio, Latemar and Seiser Alm/Alpe di Suisi;
- 7 days use of the Mobilcard South Tyrol;
- Up to 100% off certain tourist facilities and activities in the Rosengarten Latemar holiday area
With the Museummobil card you are not only using the entire public transport system of South Tyrol for free, but you also get free admission to about 80 museums in the region.
Special Softly Mobile Services
Enjoy a softly mobile, active holiday in Deutschnofen!
More than 250 km of hiking trails. Hike with a certified mountain guide, available three times a week. Nordic walking classes twice a week. Large plateaus invite the whole family to exciting fun-filled outings. Numerous interesting biking tours await the bicycle enthusiast.
Looking for other exciting alternatives to hiking? – Try the stables, tennis courts, bowling alley and miniature golf course. Deutschnofen truly has something to offer everybody.
In the winter: Sledding and cross-country runs, guided snow-shoe hikes, ski and snowboarding on 44 km of slopes in Obereggen, member of the Dolomiti Superski Association.
Currently no special offers available. For further information please contact the Pearl's tourist office.
Deutschnofen (46.413926, 11.431574)
  
Hauptbahnhof Bozen (46.496715, 11.358005)
  
Bozen - Deutschnofen
  
  
- Deutschnofen (46.413926, 11.431574)
Hiking / Biking / Nature
Nature Park Schlern-Rosengarten
The Nature Park Schlern-Rosengarten comprises nearly 7.000 hectare and is the oldest nature park in South Tyrol. The mountain masses Schlern and Rosengarten and the biggest alp in Europe, the landscape conservation area Seiser Alm, are the landmarks of the nature park. Also within the park are the Tschamin Valley and the Völser Lake. Typical for the mountain forests encircling the Schlern are the red crossbill and the alpine willow tit. You can also find a multitude of wood grouses, woodpeckers and owls. The Dolomites are now registered in the list of UNESCO World Nature Heritage, because they are of unique and monumental beauty.
The nature park house Schlern-Rosengarten in the Tschamin valley near Tiers am Rosengarten is located in an old sawmill. The Info-Spot Völser Lake is filled with information about Fauna and Flora of the lake.
Long-distance hiking trail:
Via Alpina – Yellow Trail, European long-distance hiking trail no. E5
Name: Lake Constance to Verona, Rosengarten-Latemar Perlen-Wanderweg “Pearl Hiking Trail”
Softly Mobile Arrival and Departure
Take the train to Bozen and then hop on the local bus that takes you to your pearl! Convenient public transportation takes you to any of Deutschnofen’s communities Eggen, Obereggen and Petersberg. If you desire, your host will be happy to pick you up at Bozen train station.