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The Latemar Massive – a jewel of Mother Nature – provides the breathtaking backdrop to the Latemarium – a realm full of excitement and adventure, in Obereggen. Because of its geological and botanical importance as well as beautiful landscape, this magnificent massive – surrounded by unique hiking trails – was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. The new thematic trails will lead you through ancient alpine forests and over verdant meadows to managed alpine huts. And last, but not least, the easy access makes your stay in Obereggen a special natural experience for the whole family.

Sous Chef

What we expect from you:
  • Experience
  • The necessary skills to replace the position of the Chef as well
  • Beeing able to cover all positions that may be required
  • Organizational talent
  • Language skills in German and Italian to guarantee good communication and smooth work flow

What we offer you:

  • Salary commensurate
  • 1 day off a week
  • Good food and accommodation (if desired)
  • Career and development opportunities in our hotel


What we expect from you:
  • Experience
  • Knowledge of regional cuisine
  • Creative and varying preparation of dishes
  • Language skills in German and Italian to guarantee good communication and smooth work flow

What we offer you:

  • Salary commensurate
  • 1 day off a week
  • Good food and accommodation (if desired)
  • Career and development opportunities in our hotel

Chef de Rang

What we expect from you:

  • Ability to work in a team
  • Good language skills in German, Italian and preferably also in English
  • Professional and friendly appearance
  • Good regional wine knowledge

What we offer you:
  • Salary commensurate
  • 1 day off a week
  • Good food and accommodation (if desired)
  • Career and development opportunities in our hotel

Collepietra Museum

The museum displays a comprehensive collection depicting rural life and long-forgotten crafts using implements, religious and secular folk art and original furnishing objects.

GEOPARC Bletterbachschlucht

At the southwestern foothills of the Dolomites you can find adventure parks, learning center, nature monuments and an impressive Canyon with its geological treasures and diverse landscapes. Discover the history of earth in one of the most beautiful areas in South Tyrol.

Lake Carezza

According to legends, once upon a time there was a mermaid living in the lake, which wizard Masaré was in love with. In order to seduce her, the witch Lanwerda advised him to dress up as jewel merchant and throw a rainbow from Mt. Catinaccio to Mt. Latemar. That is what he did, but he forgot to dress up. So the beautiful mermaid detected him and forever disappeared in Lake Carezza. The wizard was angry and threw all the pieces of the rainbow as well as the jewels into the waters. That’s why it still features rainbow colours.

Madonna di Pietralba in the Val d’Ega

An imposing, monumental sight in the charming natural landscape of the Val d’Ega: the pilgrimage site of Madonna di Pietralba. Every tree, every meadow seemed to glow with the apparition of the Virgin Mary to hermit Leonhard Weissensteiner who, after falling into a deep ravine, encountered the Mother of God in 1553. In her honour he erected a little chapel, which was subsequently ex-panded and turned into an impressive pilgrimage site and gave its name to the little hamlet close to Monte San Pietro.

Ötzi the Iceman

Ötzi is a glacier mummy from the Copper Age, who, thanks to extraordinary circumstances, has been preserved down to the present day. Little by little, he has imparted genuine stores of knowledge. He was discovered accidentally by hikers in 1991, together with his clothing and equipment, on the Schnalstal/Val Senales Valley glacier and has been the subject of intensive research ever since. Can be see in the South Tyrolean Museum of Archaeology in Bolzano.

Renon’s famous earth pyramids

Europe’s tallest and most perfectly shaped earth pyramids are to be found on the Renon mountain in several locations: in the gorge of the Finsterbach creek between Longomoso and Monte di Mezzo, in the Katzenbach-creek gorge below Soprabolzano, and in the gorge of Gasters in Auna di Sotto.

The botanical Gardens of Trauttmansdorff Castle

In the gardens of Schloss Trauttmansdorff Castle contains plants collected from all over the world, all presented in a typical South Tyrolean setting. Footpaths wind their way through the water features and gently-sloping terraces of the garden of the senses or the Japanese garden, the hillocks of cacti and succulents or the cultivated southern plants like olive trees or grapevines.

Finnish sauna

The classic and still most popular way to sweat is the Finnish sauna. The processed wood breathes and gives off a delicious, natural scent. The 90-degree heat ensures you sweat out waste products and your airways are cleansed in no time. Cool down afterwards and unwind in our cosy relaxation zone.

Swimming pool

Really get your circulation going in our pool or float in the 30 degrees warm water and unwind. Swimming before a spa treatment or after an exciting day’s activity is the ideal balance. And the best thing is the earthy hues all around and the magnificent view of the Dolomites.

Bio-herb sauna

The bio-herb sauna is also called low temperature sauna, danarium or sanarium. It is very gentle on the circulation. The air humidity is about 50% and the average temperature is 50°C. Since the bio-herb sauna is gentle on the circulation, the duration of stay is somewhat longer, between 15 and 30 minutes.

Snowshoe hiking

A nature experience in its purest form – snowshoe hiking. Trudging cross-country through deep snow not only keeps you fit but also offers you pure relaxation for the mind and soul. Compared to ski tours, the effort is relatively low: If you already have snowshoes, all you need is a pretty track. And there's plenty of them in Val d’Ega.

Cross-country skiing

From Nova Ponente, you can glide through the Val d’Ega on the crunching snow. The 50-kilometre long cross-country ski trail network includes a wide variety of routes for both classic and skating style skiing. The Passo di Lavazè takes you to Italy's Val di Fiemme cross-country skiing centre. Practice endurance sports in the idyllic countryside.


No room for vertigo and dizziness here. What you need are self-control, strength and skill to master the via ferrata in the Dolomites. The different levels of difficulty are what make climbing so versatile. So, set out on an adventure in the Catinaccio-Latemar area.


You can’t do this every day – play golf at an altitude of over 1,200 metres. It’s possible on the 9-hole golf course at Lago di Carezza and the 18-hole course at Monte San Pietro though. The two courses are harmoniously integrated into the high plateau and afford clear views of the surrounding mountains. It couldn’t be easier to concentrate and focus here.


Calling all nature lovers. There are several natural snow toboggan runs around. The length of the slopes varies between 800 metres and three kilometres, so there’s something for everybody. Tobogganing under a clear starry sky is something truly amazing. Three times a week, the track in Obereggen is illuminated at night for you and your family.

Turkish steam bath

Inspired by Greek and Roman bathing rituals, the steam bath was developed in Turkey. In contrast to a sauna, you enjoy higher humidity and lower temperatures between 50 and 60 degrees. Plus, the focus is not on steam but water. Experience gentle, cleansing wellness.


Here in Obereggen, it is very easy to touch the sky. All you need is a snowboard or a pair of skis. Get a fantastic adrenalin rush at the snowpark with five tables, the 16-metre-high kicker and the woodline. The park is in good hands with the shapers. They look after the necessary maintenance and the great music in the park's own clubhouse.

Ski huts & Après-Ski

A relaxing break should be part and parcel of every exciting day’s skiing in the Dolomites. There’s plenty of opportunity to do so in the many traditional ski huts with sun terraces along the slopes. The motto of the evening après-ski is: first the fun of skiing, then the fun of partying! End your day in a good mood by downing a glass or two.


Let your thoughts roam in our two whirlpools. Feel how the warm water simply bubbles away stress and tension. The light massage stimulates your metabolism and eases any discomfort. In the whirlpools, you can recharge your batteries for the upcoming day’s hiking or skiing.

Helicopter flights

You have certainly never seen the imposing Dolomites like this before. A helicopter flight gives you a bird's eye view. The sightseeing flight over the impressive peaks and green valleys is truly a special holiday experience. Give it a try and float freely across the world.

Nibulus Grotto

The Nibulus Grotto is usually visited after sauna sessions. It is a cold room, which has an ice shower with extremely cold fog or rain showers. The aim of this treatment is that the open pores are closed again after the sauna session. The skin is refreshed and the blood circulation is stimulated.

Infrared cabin

You fancy a sauna but don’t like it too hot? Then try a moderate sauna in our infrared cabin. With air temperatures around 45 degrees, you sweat more naturally but still intensively. The health effects are just the same as with a traditional sauna session. So, give it a try.

High ropes course

Climbing from tree to tree over nets, bridges and swaying trunks – the high ropes course in Obereggen is a whole lot of fun. The three different courses are ideal for both brave kids and agile adults. Jump over your own limitations!


Explore the impressive Dolomites – which are a UNESCO World Heritage Site – by motorbike. Garage, washing facilities and drying room are all on hand at the Sporthotel Obereggen. The winding mountain roads and the serpentine passes give you a sense of complete freedom.


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