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Deutschnofen is a South Tirolean community in the north of Italy. The community sits at a plateau of Regglberg, south of Petersberg, with Maria Weißenstein being the most famous place of pilgrimage in South Tirol. Since the late 1960s Deutschnofen has become a popular ski and hiking resort. Our live web cams provide fantastic views of the ski resort, of Petersberg Golf Club and the Latemar landscape.
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Latemar Ski Centre is one of the most popular ski resorts in South Tirol, attracting visitors from all over the world. It is part of Dolomiti Superski boasting perfectly groomed pistes, state-of-art lifts, terrain parks and stunning vistas. Our web cams provide live views of Obereggen and its environs. The ski shuttle bus takes x-country skiers and winter hikers to nearby Lavazé Pass featuring around 100 kilometres of XC skiing trails.
In 2009 the Dolomites were awarded World Natural Heritage status. The region is a true Eldorado for hikers, mountain bikers, cyclists, climbers and golfers. In the summer the region set against the beautiful backdrop of the Dolomites features a wide array of outdoor activities. In good weather visit Obereggen high-rope garden or the via ferratas through Rosengarten and Latemar. On a leisurely hike to the numerous mountain huts you will be thrilled by the local delicacies offered. The region is also known for its cultural highlights: the parish church of St. Nikolaus and St. Urlich, Thurn Castle in Deutschnofen or Maria Weißenstein, the most famous place of pilgrimage in South Tirol located south-east of Bolzano close to Petersberg. Kalterer See Lake is a lovely place for a refreshing dip in the water. Hotels and accommodations are available in the winter and in the summer.
Petersberg Golf Club was opened in 1986 and was the first golf course in South Tirol. Today, golfing is very popular and South Tirol is home to seven golf courses. Petersberg Golf Club organises many events and tournaments. The moderate climate and the usually good weather are the reasons for the very long golfing season amidst breathtaking South Tirolean scenery. The Golf Club includes an 18-hole golf course, a driving range, two putting greens, one chipping green and one practice bunker. The club’s exclusive restaurant caters for your physical well-being