not only skiing
hiking in winter, snowshoe hiking, sliding, cross country – these activities are possible in the region Kronplatz-Bruneck
Breathing fresh clean air, riding down to valley on perfect slides - movement in winterwonderland
Sliding from Pertinger Alm
Ascent/course of the toboggan run: From the Pertinger Alm car park, above the former Nunnewieser inn, the toboggan run leads moderately steeply into the forest and, after 3 hairpin bends in quick succession, continues straight ahead. After another left-right turn you reach the wide alpine pastures in front of the Alm and hike up a short distance to the already visible Pertingeralm (1850 m). Character: Easy and family-friendly toboggan run with a moderate gradient. For families with children, however, the managed Pertinger Alm with the short toboggan run is the declared tobogganing destination! The Pertinger Alm is also an attractive destination for snowshoe hikes
Cross Country in Pustertal Valley
Cross-country skiing in Riscone, on the perfectly groomed slopes or in the other cross-country skiing areas of the Pustertal, e.g. in the biathlon stronghold of Antholz - only 30 km away from us, or in the untouched high valley of Rein in Taufers or in the Gsiesertal. Other cross-country skiing areas in our area are Kasern, in the rear Ahrntal, Pedrü near St. Vigil, Plätzwiese in Hochpustertal or the Rodenecker Alm. All within a short drive.
Snowshoe hiking to Sambock
Directly from the Tierstallerhof on Plattern above Pfalzen, follow the signposting Sambock No. 66a north and climb across the wide meadow to the upper right edge of the forest. Here turn into the forest path and walk along it to the right until you reach the first left-hand bend. Straight ahead on an old cart path, later again along the wide forest path, always in the basic direction east to the Stockpfarrer - mountain meadows. Keeping left across the meadow and through a short stretch of forest to two small huts on a wide meadow. Past this and keeping slightly right to the upper edge of the forest. Briefly straight up through dense forest, then through a sparse stone pine forest to below a steep step. This approximately 200 meter high steep step, which leads to the Platte, is also the key point of this snowshoe hike and a bit tricky when there is a lot of fresh snow - so exercise caution here! Arrived on the Platte, you hike along the wide ridge, first almost flat and then over two short steep steps up to the already visible summit cross of the Sambock. Way back: same as ascent.
Sliding in Valley of Weißenbach
Drive into the Ahrntal to Weißenbach The Tristenbach toboggan run in Weißenbach is a special kind of tobogganing experience for young and old. The 4.5 km long, snow-sure and well-groomed natural track (forest road) meanders through snow-covered forests up to three sun-drenched alpine pastures: - Innerhofer Alm (phone +39 347 1392452) - Marxegger Alm (Tel. 340 5246032) - Pircher Alm (phone 349 8704902) The toboggan run is particularly well secured with wooden walls, bridge railings, straw bales and safety nets. The wonderful view of the mountain village Weißenbach and the surrounding mountain landscape can be enjoyed again and again. The slope is classified as moderate. The toboggan can be hired directly from the alpine pastures.
Snowshoe hiking to peak Platten
From there always follow the good marking 67 on a wide forest path, partly flat, partly slightly uphill through the forest into the Plattner valley and up to the Plattner Alm (approx. 1830 m; from Platten 1 hour). Then on trail 67 over alpine pastures, mostly moderately steep, up to the small Plattner lakes, further up to a ridge depression east of the summit and on a good trail over the ridge westwards easily and without any problems in a few minutes to the summit cross (2435 m; from Platten just under 3 hours. ) From the top of the Plattner Spitze. Descent: like ascent.
Snow shoe hiking to Astjoch
The one-hour ascent from the car park at the Kreuznerhof (1,481 m) through the forest zones leads via the Walder-Alm to the summit of the Burgstall at 2,194 m. There you have a magnificent panoramic view of the Bruneck basin, the white shining peaks of the Rieserferner group in the north and the hikeable plateaus of the Lüsner Alm. Hikers can enjoy the wonderful alpine landscape with the picturesque sea eyes that spread out between the Burgstall and the Rastnerhütte on almost level paths. The wide, charming alpine pastures invite you to marvel and linger. For a long break, it is worth stopping at the Starkenfeldhütte or the Rastnerhütte.