The Oberholz Mountain Hut, human talent and nature
The Oberholz Mountain Hut has three large panoramic windows that dramatically lean out onto the spectacular ski run of the same name, which makes its way across the heart of the Dolomites with a 600-meter drop.
The breathtaking view allows the eyes to wander between mountainous wonders, reaching – on clear days – the silhouette of the Corno dei Tre Signori, some eighty kilometers away. The horizon goes from the Lagorai mountain range to the Brenta Dolomites, from the Presanella to the Ortles.
The Mountain Hut was built with wooden beams and larch and spruce paneling, at 2,096 meters of altitude; it was designed by two young architects: Peter Pichler from Bolzano and Pavol Mikolajcak from Slovenia.
The Oberholz kitchen also reaches considerable heights, with the chef’s new interpretations of traditional dishes.