Summer is calling – and the mountains too!

Active holidays at the Hotel Peter in Val d‘Ega
How beautiful nature shines and scents when the sun makes its appearance in the sky! Now Nova Ponente – the sunniest village in South Tyrol –, the holiday region Catinaccio-Latemar and the Dolomites invite you
to summer and sports adventures in the heart of South Tyrol’s mountains.

How about a challenging hiking tour? Our senior host Stefan Gallmetzer will be happy to accompany you through the natural lanscapes of the Val d‘Ega.
Or would you prefer a mountain bike tour through blooming meadows and shady forests? Otherwise, you can also explore the mountains on your e-bike. Fancy a golf match? In the near Golf Club Petersberg you can have fun on the 18-hole course!

Ready for exciting summer adventures in Monte San Pietro and surroundings? Let’s go…


With approx. 530 km of hiking and forest paths, our holiday region is a true hiking paradise for young and old. Walk through idyllic alpine meadows and dense forests to rustic mountain huts and crystal clear lakes, climb the peaks of the Latemar and the Catinaccio – once you reach the summit, you’ll be rewarded by a breathtaking view of the Dolomites. Right in front of our hotel many hiking paths wind through unspoilt nature landscapes, inviting you to go on splendid hiking tours in the mountains.
Twice a week our senior host Stefan Gallmetzer guides you on challenging and leisurely walks through the wonderful nature of the Val d’Ega and tells you about the fauna, flora, history and geology of this area.

Our hiking tips

Corno Bianco

The Madonna di Pietralba Pilgrimage Site is the starting point of our hiking tour to the 2.317m high Corno Bianco. The path leads us through the Kösertal valley up to the summit. Passing by the Passo Oclini and the Neuhütt hut, we walk back to the starting point.

  • Altitude differential: ca. 900 m
  • Walking time: ca. 7 h

Ready for new mountain adventures?

Mountain bike & e-bike

Panoramic forest paths, flowing single trails, exciting bike slopes and beautiful natural landscapes make the Val d’Ega a bike paradise par excellence. Many lift facilities and easy alternative routes enable even less trained cyclist and children to enjoy a great experience on two wheels in the heart of nature. A special highlight is the Latemar Circuit on MTB, also suitable for families.
Several times a week you can also take part in guided MTB tours with the expert bike guides of the Bike School Val d’Ega.


Who always wanted to feel the edgy, pale rock formations of the Dolomites under his own hands, has definitely to climb in the area of Latemar and Catinaccio – on via ferratas and routes for beginners and professionals. In Obereggen there is also a forest high-rope course, a special highlight for climbers of all ages, who can fly from tree to tree over bridges, nets and swinging trunks and return to the ground via a 90m-long “Zipline“.

High Ropes Course a Obereggen

Be like Tarzan on an adventure through the woods around Obereggen: the forest high-ropes course offers plenty of fun swinging through the trees, defying gravity and enjoying new challenges.
You can start your climbing career at the valley station of the Obereggen lift: the forest high-ropes course there offers four different levels with no fewer than 30 stations waiting to be mastered. Negotiating swings, wooden bridges and suspended tree trunks, high wire acrobats can leap from tree to tree!


Fairy tales come true while riding in the Angerlealm riding stable. Feel like once King Laurin and gallop majestically through the landscape of South Tyrol and the Dolomites. The trained riding instructors Giovanni and Monika will gladly accompany you on horseback rides through the unique Dolomites World Heritage Site at the foot of the Catinaccio. You can get the necessary practice at riding courses in the riding hall.