Mute astonishment. While the mountains of the main ridge of the Alps stretch up to the sky, the Dolomites have a more precipitous and indeed unconquerable effect. Mountain climbing in the Kronplatz Holiday Region in South Tyrol is filled with variety, since every peak has its own character: the mighty Sasso Nero-Schwarzenstein, the dominant Monte Lovello-Große Löffler, the elegant Pizzo Rosso-Rötspitze, the curve of the Picco dei Tre Signori-Dreiherrenspitze, and the lofty Punta Bianca Alta-Hohe Weißzint. “Bold” is the word to describe the Croda del Becco-Seekofel and the Monte Sella di Sennes in the Senes-Sennes region and the peaks of the Sasso di Santa Croce-Heiligkreuzkofel chain, as well as the Lavarella, the Col Bechei, and the Furcia Rossa in the Fanes region.
Taken together, the summits offer a mixture of steep climbs, rocky tracks, and long mountain trails. Paths with steel cables, easy climbing over giant blocks of stone, or exploring glaciers all challenge the body. But the spirit rests. It must be the scent of the meadow herbs, the nimble marmots, the babbling stream, and the surefooted chamois that convince you – to simply be.
For those who would like to move up into the wild realms beyond the timberline or to conquer an especially challenging peak, but also for those who, thirsting for knowledge, wish to react to every sensory impression while hiking and mountain climbing, experienced mountain guides are available in the Kronplatz Holiday Region. With a secure feeling packed away and accompanied by the experience of passionate mountain athletes who can name the names of every rock and plant, it is easy to be fully immersed in the sublime beauty of nature in the mountains.
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