Hiking holiday in the Kronplatz region
Experience the mountain landscape on foot
On a hiking holiday in the Kronplatz region, you will find a diverse mountain landscape surrounding this holiday destination that is nearby and easy to get to on foot. Find the perfect setting for your walking tour in the rugged peaks of the Dolomites in the Ladin Badia Valley, on the 80-something 3,000m high peaks in the rustic Tauferer Ahrntal, or in the three unparalleled nature parks. Casual hikers will love the leisurely forest paths through thick woods or the loop trails with unforgettable panoramic views; sure-footed climbers will prefer the high-Alpine via ferrata courses and summit tours; and families can choose from numerous child-friendly hikes in the Puster Valley and its surrounding valleys.
Some of the most beautiful hiking routes for a hiking holiday in the Kronplatz region:
- To the Haidenberg guesthouse: The beginner-level hike to Haidenberg mountain guesthouse is an absolute must. From May to October they host barbecues and cheerful summer festivals with live music and bread making in an old stone oven.
- Climb to the Kronplatz summit: It’s a 4-hour uphill climb the whole way, but when you arrive at the summit you’ll be rewarded with a staggering view.
The Kronplatz Dolomiti nature fitness park is a vast Nordic walking area that stretches from Bruneck and Pfalzen via Olang as far as Rasen in the Antholz Valley and, with over 275km of signposted routes in a glorious natural setting, is one of the largest parks for this trendy sport in South Tyrol. Professional guides offer various beginner to intermediate-level tours and classes at various elevations.