Breathtaking views of the Dolomites straight out of the window at the Garberhof family hotel.
Mountains to marvel at.
These mighty grey giants – our Dolomites – are enthusiastically admired, cheered and even climbed. They form a unique mountain group in the Alps.
They came into being as the African continent drifted against Europe. The different rock layers we see correspond to different ages.
This is also why they were in 2009 designated a UNESCO World Natural Heritage Site.
The Marmolada is the highest peak in the Dolomites and can be seen from a great distance.
The world-famous Three Peaks of Lavaredo, one of the most striking rock formations in the Dolomites, are not far from our Garberhof family hotel: very popular with climbers, they soar up to 2,999 metres.
The Dolomites can be admired from various perspectives: from the Kronplatz, from any number of dairy huts or on the 9-km Dolomitenblick tour, a moderately difficult route that leads directly through Niederrasen.
But make sure you keep moving while you are gazing and admiring. It is said here in the valley that some guests have turned to stone out of sheer amazement.