Once back in the Stone Age: Under this large overhanging boulder it seems quite easy to indulge in the environment of hunters and shepherds between the 8th and 4th Millennium BC. It forms a sheltered place at 2050 m altitude, where prehistoric people returned again and again in the summer in order to build fire pits, collect the prey or make tools and weapons. Blades, arrowheads, scrapers and drills were crafted from precious flint stone of the northern Lake Garda region. It's quite possible that "Ötzi" also knew about this hiding place - its finding place was only about 12 km away. Hohler Stein area can be found after about 20 walking minutes on the way from Vent to Martin-Busch-Hütte (follow the signs at the fork-off).