Winter fun in Val Pusteria/Pustertal
Plan de Corones/Kronplatz, Gitschberg-Jochtal, Monte Elmo/Helm and more
Winter in Val Pusteria/Pustertal is packed with a huge amount of variety. All around nearby Plan de Corones/Kronplatz there are countless opportunities to be able to spend sunny winter days outdoors in the fresh air and enjoy great holiday activities. We have summarised the most wonderful activities on offer for you, there is everything from skiing on Plan de Corones/Kronplatz to thrilling tobogganing fun to cosy winter and snowshoe hikes.
Thanks to its new lift Perca/Percha is now directly linked to Plan de Corones/Kronplatz, which belongs to the Dolomiti Superski network and is therefore part of the world's largest ski network. Enjoy pure winter fun on one board or two skis over the 116 kilometres of slopes a the Plan de Corones/Kronplatz.
Speikboden in Valle di Tures ed Aurina/Tauferer Ahrntal is a very versatile family ski area with 37 kilometres of slopes for beginners and professionals. Skiing of the leisurely kind awaits you here.
Sella Ronda, the ski circuit around the Sella group, is an exciting circuit that ranges over roughly 40 km and is easy to complete. The circuit takes 3-4 hours without any refreshment stops. Take your time and have a rest at one of the mountain inns over a cup of tea and enjoy South Tyrolean specialities before hitting the slopes again re-energised and circumnavigating the Sella group clockwise or anti-clockwise.
The Gitschberg-Jochtal ski area is ideal for leisurely skiers and people who want to have fun away from large, overcrowded ski areas. The ski area has 16 lifts and 44 kilometres of well prepared slopes for the whole family and can be reached by the Gaisjoch and Schilling 8-man gondola. The slopes also lead down to the villages Maranza/Meransen and Valles/Vals and numerous refreshment stops ensure fortified winter sports enthusiasts.
The Sesto/Sexten Dolomites in Alta Pusteria/Hochpustertal offer everything that winter fans need – perfectly prepared slopes, snow parks, rustic mountain inns, toboggan runs and much more, all over 85 km. The Monte Elmo/Helm ski area offers 21 kilometres of slopes alone in various levels of difficulty so that everyone can find the right slope for their ability.
Val Pusteria/Pustertal also has quite a bit up its sleeve for ski tour skiers. The most popular areas for this are Valle di Tures ed Aurina/Tauferer Ahrntal, Alta Pusteria/Hochpustertal, Valle di Braies/Pragsertal and Val Casies/Gsiesertal. Set off on a leisurely to challenging tour and enjoy the snow-covered countryside and mountain panorama surrounding you.
Glide leisurely along the trail as you admire the snow-covered countryside and breathe in the fresh mountain air, that's exactly how you imagine cross-country skiing in South Tyrol. Complete a few sedate circuits on the trails of Dobbiaco/Toblach, Riscone/Reischach, Rasun/Rasen, Valdaora/Olang or Casies/Gsies and be there at the Biathlon World Cup that takes place every year in Anterselva/Antholz.South Tyrol Map powered by sentres - Outdoorportal and App for South Tyrol
The whole family has the very best winter fun with a thrilling toboggan run. Be it at Passo Stalle/Staller Sattel, in Falzes/Pfalzen, in Villa Ottone/Uttenheim, from the Malga Pertinger/Pertinger Alm above Terento/Terenten or the toboggan run at Gasthof Haidenberg in San Stefano/Stephansdorf near Riscone/Reischach where night-time tobogganing is also on offer - the options for tobogganing are varied here in Val Pusteria/Pustertal.South Tyrol Map powered by sentres - Outdoorportal and App for South Tyrol
Leaving tracks behind in fresh untrodden snow, choosing a route that nobody has ever taken before, that's the attraction of snowshoe hiking. Whether it be on the Cima di Pozzo/Putzenhöhe, Brunstalm or Cima Lasta/Astjoch, there are numerous possibilities to enjoy this quiet and wonderful winter sport in the direct vicinity and further afield.South Tyrol Map powered by sentres - Outdoorportal and App for South Tyrol
Children and adults both have just as much fun on two blades. Visit the Panorama ice rink in Valdaora/Olang and perform a double loop jump, axel or pirouette on the ice.
Stomp leisurely through the snow-covered winter wonderland, enjoy views of nature and finding a sense of peace – that's what a beautiful winter's day looks like around our Berna apartment suites in Val Pusteria/Pustertal. Hike from Terento/Terenten up to Gols or on the panoramic route to the Lutter and Durakopf or follow your own path, the possibilities are almost endless in Val Pusteria/Pustertal.South Tyrol Map powered by sentres - Outdoorportal and App for South Tyrol
Do you dream of flying? Then the zip line in San Vigilio di Marebbe/St. Vigil in Enneberg is just the right thing for you. You whizz down into the valley well secured on a 3.2 km long steel cable at up to 80 kilometres an hour and cover a 420 metre difference in altitude. A breathtaking adrenaline kick!
In Riscone/Reischach you can go snow tubing sitting in an air-filled tyre whizzing down a snow run; this is even possible at night thanks to floodlighting. Whether you're sitting, lying or kneeling in the tyres on your own or with someone else, wild winter fun is guaranteed here for both the young and old.
Paragliding is not only really popular on Plan de Corones/Kronplatz in the summer. A tandem flight over the snowy Val Pusteria/Pustertal is particularly magical in winter. Enjoy the feeling of freedom and weightlessness and let the beauty of the countryside really sink in.
We hope you have great fun with the various winter activities around Plan de Corones/Kronplatz and in South Tyrol's sunny Val Pusteria/Pustertal.
Family holiday, activity holiday, relaxing holiday
Whichever kind of holiday you are imagining, a family holiday, activity holiday or relaxing holiday, you will definitely find the right holiday deal in Perca/Percha in Val Pusteria/Pustertal.