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Dolomites South Tyrol

Dolomites South Tyrol

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Active holidays at Kronplatz in the heart of the South Tyrolean Dolomites

Climbing, hiking, mountain biking, zip line flights or slacklining against the stunning backdrop of the Dolomites: pure fun and action!

Kronplatz has a share in three different nature parks: Fanes-Senes-Braies/Fanes-Sennes-Prags, Puez-Odle/Puez-Geisler and Rieserferner-Ahrn, with the first two being part of the Dolomites, our stunning World Heritage Site. Together with their distinctive geology and geomorphology, their extraordinary beauty has earned the Dolomites the name "pale mountains" and an entry on the list of the planet's most precious gems of nature.

The Dolomites are already widely known for their excellent climbing and hiking, but Kronplatz offers even more ways to experience the fascinating realm of the pale giants: for example on a multiple-day trekking tour from refuge to refuge. A three-day hike sends you exploring the awe-inspiring Fanes-Senes-Braies/Fanes-Sennes-Prags nature park, and in summer our guided hikes through the parks will give you a chance to find out more about the fascinating local nature and wildlife. Speed hikers can go dashing off at will as there is enough terrain to investigate even at great speed. Plenty of challenges, plenty of mountains: Kronplatz has it all.

Race down from the top of Mount Kronplatz (2.225 m above sea level) on our very own freeride trail: 1400 m of difference in altitude plus all sorts of tricks and exciting stunts before you reach the valley bottom. Pure delight for all biking fans! If you want to save some breath for the ride down, just catch the cable car up to the top of Mount Kronplatz. And there's more! The region boasts a huge choice of mountain biking trails which require stamina and a certain amount of intrepidness. Another place to get your pulse racing: the San Vigilio-St. Vigil Zip-Line, a three-kilometre white-knuckle ride on a steel rope. Feel the adrenaline while you're being sent down into the valley at break-neck speed and heights of up to 100 m. We call it a slightly different way of conveniently reaching the valley bottom. San Vigilio-St. Vigil has Europe's longest adrenaline

adventure.

The Kronaction ropes course at Lake Issengo-Issing near Falzes-Pfalzen is South Tyrol's largest adventure park. More than 100 fun things to do on 10 different adventure trails mean thrills galore at great heights, but with guaranteed safety at all times thanks to the assistance of professional park guides. Activities include special trails for teams, advanced challenges with extra-difficult obstacles and a number of trails for kids, tailormade to perfectly fit our smaller visitors. Slacklining requires a mixture of balance, concentration and coordination. This new and increasingly popular trend sports discipline consists of walking, jumping or even juggling on a so-called slackline, a flat elastic rope stretched between two anchor points. It can really be done anywhere, but while dare-devil pros have been known to tie their slackline to rocks and balance over gorges and precipices at great heights, beginners are generally advised to stick to attaching theirs between trees on a level ground - for a start.

Fancy getting a bird's eye view of Kronplatz and the Pustertal Valley?

Then a tandem paragliding flight with one of our expert pilots might be the right thing for you. It will certainly be an unforgettable experience.

Zip Line (San Vigilio di Marebbe-St. Vigil in Enneberg)
http://www.adrenalineadventures.it/ - Phone: +39 331 4188007

Kronaction ropes course (Issengo-Issing near Falzes-Pfalzen)
http://www.kronaction.com/ - Phone: +39 347 98 48 957

Kronplatz Outdoor Center
Seilbahnstraße 12a - 39031 Bruneck
Phone: +39 0474 836769
http://www.outdoor-kronplatz.com - [email protected]

Alpinschule Pustertal
Bahnhofstraße 2 - 39035 Welsberg (BZ)
Phone +39 0474 944660
http://www.alpinschule.com - [email protected]

Tandem flights (Brunico-Bruneck/Riscone-Reischach)
www.tandemflights-kronplatz.jimdo.com
Mobile phone numbers:
Leo +39 348 7094915
Chris +39 349 5641605
Robby +39 347 4321699

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