Kronplatz Holiday Region
The magic variety
Kronplatz Holiday Region is famous for the ski mountain number 1 in South Tyrol. But winter breaks don't always have to be all about skiing or snowboarding. Many winter sports fans are also passionate about cross-country skiing
, and if it's fun with your friends that you're after, then try sledging
! For those who don't fancy skiing at all or would like a break from the slopes, Kronplatz offers an endless choice of ways to have an unforgettable time in the snow.
The Dolomiti NordicSk
i network now stretches across some 1000 km of cross-country skiing
slopes in South Tyrol, 200 km of which are within the Kronplatz region. And if you've always wanted to combine your passion with a go at shooting, the Biathlon
mecca Anterselva-Antholz is the place to be. Some 40 excellent sledging tracks
tempt our brave visitors with white-knuckle rides and cosy mountain inns
If you want to experience nature as closely as possible, try snow-shoe hiking
or ski touring. For beginners and professional hikers alike, snow-shoes are a wonderful way to explore the peace and quiet of untouched winter landscapes.
Kids and romantics will love a ride in horse-drawn sleigh
. For an experience to remember, try tucking your loved ones in under a warm blanket at night while you watch the sparkling stars up above.
For ice princesses and hockey
fans, nearly every village at Kronplatz has its own ice rink
Dates & facts
The Pustertal Valley
covers an area of 2,071 sq km. This is about 28% of South Tyrol
. About 73,000 people live here. Only 25% of that area is at an altitude between 500 and 1,000 m. More than half of it is situated between 1,000 und 2,000 m, the rest above. That means: rarely no bottom, lots of hill-sides, lots of woods (green valley and good air), mountains and glaciers.
The highest mountain is the Hochfeiler
(3,510 m) in the Zillertal valley; the most famous one is the Kronplatz. Agriculture, crafts, trade and tourism have had a great input on labour. Lots of the rural tradition has been held up. The mountains make the valley so attractive. The Dolomites
on the one side, the Alps
on the other. All you can see are hills, rocks and woods.