Get active with the family at our South Tyrolean hiking hotel in Rasen-Antholz.

One portion of Kaiserschmarrn, please.

Fluffy little pieces of sweet dough served with cranberries. Kaiserschmarrn, a dish truly fit for a king – or a kaiser. But the best thing is the view down into the valley: after all, you also eat with your eyes.

Kaiserschmarrn can be found everywhere here in the Antholz Valley – along with numerous traditional dairy huts where the dish is served. Each one offers different yet impressive views of the Antholz Valley, the Rieserferner Group and the Dolomites.
There are all kinds of wonderful family hiking trails here in Antholz. Paths that are wider or narrower, shorter or longer, steeper or flatter. Most, however, lead through our fragrant coniferous forests where you might encounter such wild animals as deer or foxes. But don’t be afraid, they are more scared of you than vice versa!
And, if you’re very lucky, you might even meet our bear Pino, who is happily on the way to the hotel to play with the kids.
So, when you get to the top, stop off at one of the huts and share a large portion of Kaiserschmarrn with the whole family. And if this isn’t enough, order some more: “Noch einmal Kaiserschmarrn bitte!”

Lovely family hikes

Kumpfl Alm
A quaint and beautiful hut serving tasty delicacies and with fabulous views.
Grente Alm
One for “good walkers”, but well worth it!
Hofstatt Alm
Just 30 minutes on foot from Antholz Niedertal, also suitable for pushchairs. There is a little children’s playground up there.
Staller Sattel
One foot in Italy, the other in Austria!
Berger Alm
An idyllic place with lots of typical specialities in a family atmosphere… just great!
Hochraut Alm
A lovingly furnished little hut with delicious traditional and homemade dishes.
Whether you get there on foot or on the ski lift, the ringing of the peace bell at the top of the Kronplatz is worth the journey. As is the view and the Messner Mountain Museum by top architect Zaha Hadid, of course!
Lake Antholz
A walk around the mountain lake takes 1.5 hours and is also possible with a pram. But at a gentler pace!

Plan your South Tyrol vacation now!