Welcome to Obereggen in the Val d'Ega.
Heading for the heights and rising above it all
Simply aim for the heights! Head up to mountain refuges, summit crosses, the start of the piste. Look across to the chain of mountains on the horizon and down towards the valley. Across the tops of forests and expanses of meadows. Simply follow the call of the Dolomites, hiking, cycling or skiing – tobogganing, cross-country skiing or snowboarding! And take the time once in a while to stop, wonder, and reflect. The mountain pastures and refuges of Obereggen in the Val d'Ega will give you that unique lofty feeling, too! The will of the Latemar to send adventure your way is unflagging. Obereggen is acutely aware of the value and beauty of nature: considerable attention is therefore paid to environmental protection and sustainability. All year round – time and again! Yes, in Obereggen you can really rise above it all.
Live from Obereggen
The Latemar, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Obereggen is one of the most loved ski and hiking areas in the Dolomites. The Latemar offers the perfect alpine experience in summer and winter. If you visit us in winter you can make your way from Obereggen in Val d’Ega to the Pampeago and Predazzo ski resorts in Val di Fiemme via 18 modern lift facilities, swaying between 1,550 and 2,500 metres in the air. Our guests will live the experience of a lifetime surrounded by nature on 48 km of sunny and carefully groomed slopes and in our newly revamped snow park centres. Our ski pass can be used in the neighbouring ski resorts of Cermis, Alpe Lusia, Bellamonte and many more. Get ready for a blast on 111 km of slopes waiting just for you! Pack your walking boots and head to the Latemar this summer: it’s well worth a visit! Take a deep breath of crisp, fresh mountain air during your walks on mountain pastures in full bloom or explore our planet’s very own history on the UNESCO World Heritage Site. There’s never a dull day on our exciting themed trails of the Latemarium or in the Montagnanimata: everyone, from the youngest tot to parents and grandparents will learn about how the Dolomites came to be and its flora and fauna.