Right at the intersection of the splendid variety of mountains in the Kronplatz region lies its urban center: Brunico-Bruneck. Where exactly does the city end? The transition to forest and meadows is a fluid one. Hikers stride through the city gates, and before they know it, the buildings have given way and they find themselves once again on one of the many strolling or hiking paths that surround Brunico like a fine mesh. Many excursions can be begun right from the heart of the city and lead to the surrounding villages: Gais, Perca-Percha, S. Lorenzo-St. Lorenzen, or Falzes-Pfalzen. Along the edge of the path are fountains for drinking and dining establishments. Fresh water from bubbling springs cools down overheated hikers. Delicious dishes fill hungry mouths.
An adventure in nature for the little researchers, and churches and castles for those spirits hungry for knowledge are strewn throughout the countryside and villages.
Anyone who expands their radius will find access to the heights with a full panorama view. Brunico’s own local mountain is His Majesty, the Plan de Corones-Kronplatz in person. Speedhikers can conquer the path to the summit in one and a half hours, while mere mortals may wish to add two hours to that. The 360 degree view of the entire mountain world of the Kronplatz region is worth the effort each and every time.
|Kaiserwarte||1370 m||125 m||easy||Brunico-Bruneck|
|Topic hiking trail Landart||4506 m||5 m||easy||Brunico-Bruneck|
|Hiking tour Plan de Corones/Kronplatz||6478 m||1285 m||difficult||Brunico-Bruneck|
|Historic Tour of Bruneck/Brunico||2086 m||66 m||unbekannt||Brunico-Bruneck|
|Archaeological Panoramic Trail||4967 m||65 m||easy||Brunico-Bruneck|
|Hiking tour to the Earth pyramides||6246 m||65 m||medium||Brunico-Bruneck|
|Hiking to the Lercher Alp Hut||2384 m||243 m||easy||Brunico-Bruneck|