The Oberholz alpine hut is situated in the breathtaking World Nature Heritage Site of the Dolomites mountain range. At an altitude of 2,096 meters above sea-level, the Olberholz hut offers a pretty amazing 360 degree panoramic view of its surroundings. The hut's stylish contemporary architecture makes use of three giant windows so visitors can enjoy the view while warming up after an afternoon on the slopes. The building is made predominately out of timber portals and paneling. The building designed with the intention to appear like a fallen tree with its branches emerging from the slope. The Olberholz alpine hut offers a sophisticated menu made with authentic regional ingredients along with all the best drinks at the bar.
Pictures: Peter Pichler Architecture