Situated close by, Mt. Kronplatz is the largest ski area in South Tyrol, with numerous slopes for beginners and experts. From here, you can also challenge yourself on the famous Sellaronda, the circular itinerary around the Sella massif. The ski bus to Mt. Kronplatz stops only 500 metres from here.
The Dolomites, a winter wonderland
Silent woods, shimmering ice crystals and snow-capped peaks: in winter, the Dolomites in the Pustertal valley show their most soothing side. The groomed ski slopes of Mt. Kronplatz, spectacular cross-country ski trails and idyllic winter trekking paths invite you to explore the snowy landscape. After a great day out in the mountains, the Leithäusl farm and its wellness area are the perfect retreat for relaxing in a cosy environment!
The Kronplatz ski paradise
Ski touring in the Dolomites
Climbing the Dolomites on skis is an indescribable experience! Onach, St. Lorenzen and the whole Alta Badia area offer lots of unforgettable ski tours with varying degrees of difficulty.
Forest bathing in winter
Step outside and make your way along one of the many beautiful paths through the snowy woods. Some will lead you to idyllic Alpine huts, while others invite you to lace up your snowshoes and climb all the way to the Astjoch pass.
Tobogganing – fun for young and old
How about a toboggan ride? Walk your way up to the Astalm or Munt da Rina (Wellschellen) huts, then slide downhill on the natural toboggan run. The speed is up to you.
Cross-country skiing in Reischach
Hit the cross-country trail and explore the landscape at your own pace. There’s an easy trail that starts from the Reischach sports park near Bruneck and leads through the enchanted wintry landscape. The trail is free to use, and you can hire the equipment at the local Nordic ski school.