Even though Valdaora-Olang is located not far away from Brunico-Bruneck, the largest town of the Pustertal Valley, it features beautiful rural houses and colourful farmers' gardens. Olang fits perfectly into the landscape of shining white Dolomite summits and lush dark green mountain forests. During your stay in Valdaora-Olang you find yourself at the heart of nature. If you would like to be active outdoors and discover nature in the mountains of the Pustertal Valley and its untouched side valleys, Valdaora-Olang is an ideal starting point for you. The town is located in the Fanes-Sennes-Prags Nature Park where the Rieserferner glacier and Sextner Dolomites seem close enough to touch. However, this is not really the case as you can find out yourself when going for a hike, cycling tour or ski tour...
Valdaora-Olang is South Tyrol's number one active family village where children not only have sufficient space to romp and play but can experience many things for the first time in their life, like horseriding or simply patting a horse, 3D archery, exploring the elements and playing Cowboys and Indians for a day. There is also plenty on offer for adults in Valdaora-Olang: Nordic walking, huts serving food and drink, an outdoor swimming pool, tennis courts, a golf course and two horseriding centres.
The access to the ski area Kronplatz is very comfortable from Valdaora-Olang. In winter the Kronplatz ski area takes centre stage. Ski guests of Valdaora can use the ski bus to reach every 20 minutes the ski lift facilities. The cable car goes directly up to the top of the Kronplatz on 2.275 m, where you can enjoy a beautiful panorama. Over 119 kilometers of slopes promise an unforgettable ski holiday.
In addition to this Valdaora offers also non skiing activities. Cross country skiing enthusiasts will find a 4 km long cross-country trail running along the valley floor. What's more, Valdaora has an international reputation as the place to be for tobogganing. Action guaranteed! Families with children can explore the Kids Area Panorama and do the first steps in the snow.