The Kronplatz region in South Tyrol/Südtirol – the northernmost region of Italy - comprises a unique, astonishingly varied landscape mixture.
It extends from the western part of the Pustertal valley through the Antholzertal valley and the Gsieser Tal valley, and it reaches to the south as far as the Gadertal valley. While in the north, the high mountains of the main ridge of the Alps call out for mountain climbers, mountain bikers, cable climbers, and in the winter for ski tourers, that also occurs in the southeast from the legendary, majestic “pale peaks” of the Dolomites, which are a UNESCO World Heritage site. And those who prefer to experience nature in a gentle way go on a voyage of discovery by strolling, hiking, or cycling through the Val Pusteria, exploring its side valleys with the villages so filled with tradition, or visiting Bruneck/Brunico.
The very heart of the region and, at the same time, what provides its name is the 2,275 m (7,464 ft.) high Plan de Corones-Kronplatz, which is also renowned as the Number One Ski Mountain in South Tyrol-Südtirol.
The towns of the region are the medieval city of Bruneck and its associated vacation destinations of St. Lorenzen/S. Lorenzo, Pfalzen/Falzes, Gais - Uttenheim/Villa Ottone and Percha/Perca; the Ladin Dolomites villages of San Vigilio and San Martin, the vacation community of Kiens/Chienes, the active family village of Olang/Valdaora, the rustic Gsieser Tal valley with Welsberg/Monguelfo and Taisten/Tesido and the idyllic Antholzertal valley that is famous for the Biathlon World Cup...
The Kronplatz region is filled with unsurpassed variety, exuding a unique, magical appeal.
Dolomiti Spring Days (18.03.2023 – 24.03.2023)
Overnight stays starting from March 18, 2023, skipass starting from March 19, 2023
Dolomiti Spring Days (25.03.2023 – 23.04.2023)
Overnight stays starting from March 25, 2023, skipass starting from March 25, 2023MORE
Arriving from Bolzano-Bozen and points south:
Take the A22 Brennero Autostrada to the Bressanone/Val Pusteria-Brixen/Pustertal exit for state route SS49-E66 (30 km/19 miles from the highway exit to Brunico-Bruneck, 42 km/26 miles to Valdaora-Olang, and 43 km/27 miles to San Vigilio-St. Vigil).
Arriving from Venice and points beyond:
Take the A27 Alemagna Autostrada and continue past Treviso until it ends, then continue on state route SS51 Alemagna toward Tai di Cadore. Continue on the SS51 to Cortina and then to Dobbiaco-Toblach, then take route SS49-E68 to Brunico-Bruneck (63 km/39 miles from Cortina to Brunico).
Arrival from the Brenner Pass, Innsbruck, Austria, and points north:
Take the Autostrada Brennero-Brennerautobahn (A22) to the Bressanone/Val Pusteria-Brixen/Pustertal exit, then continue along the main highway (SS49-E66) into the Val Pusteria-Pustertal valley. The western gateway to the Kronplatz region is located in S. Sigismondo-St. Sigmund near Chienes-Kiens.
Arrival from Lienz, Austria and points east:
You can also reach us from Lienz, Austria and points beyond. You will cross the Austrian-Italian border between Arnbach, Austria and Prato alla Drava-Winnebach, Italy (route B100-E66 in Austria ) and continue on route SS49-E66 in Italy into the Val Pusteria. The eastern gateway to the Kronplatz region is located in Monguelfo-Welsberg.
Positioned in the heart of Europe, South Tyrol has a good train network, with connecting trains from the Austrian Federal Railways (ÖBB), Italian Trenitalia, as well as Deutsche Bahn (DB).
Once in South Tyrol, DB/ÖBB train travelers can use the ‘Anschlussticket Südtirol’, a ticket that allows travelling with public transportation to get from the train station to their accommodation and vice versa on their day of arrival/departure.