The Plan de Corones Holiday Region
Hotel Post Tolderhof is ideal for activity holidays on Plan de Corones - The majestic peak of Plan de Corones rises to 2,275 metres a.s.l., and gives its name to the holiday region in the centre of the Dolomites.
Plan de Corones is one of the largest skiing areas in South Tyrol and is – without exaggeration – famous throughout Europe as a variegated winter sports area. 20 gondola cableways, six chair lifts, and five lifts carry many visitors, skiers, snowboarders, freeriders, and sledding enthusiasts daily up to Plan de Corones. In spite of its popularity, there are no waiting queues, due to the expanse of the facilities. On about 110 km of perfectly prepared slopes of varying levels and difficulty, skiers, snowboarders, sledgers, and other winter sports fans will find many indulgences – both exciting and relaxing.
In addition to Valdaora/Olang, in the Plan de Corones region, at an altitude of between 786 and 1,650 metres a.s.l., there are also various appealing towns: Brunico/Bruneck (city), Riscone/Reischach, San Vigilio/St. Vigil, San Lorenzo/St. Lorenzen, the Valle die Casies/Gsiesertal Valley, Rasun Anterselva/Rasen Antholz, Chienes/Kiens, Falzes/Pfalzen, Villa Ottone/Uttenheim, Perca/Percha, Monguelfo/Welsberg, and Tesido/Taisten.
In summer, Plan de Corones is a great place for hikers, cyclists, and Nordic walkers. Out of seven South Tyrolean nature reserves, three are found in the holiday area around Plan de Corones: the Fanes-Senes-Braies, Puez-Odle, and Vedrette di Ries-Aurina Nature Parks.
Excursions, trips and tips
- The city and Old Town of Brunico with its medieval lanes, shops and sights
- Peace Bell Concordia 2000: the biggest bell in the Alps, on the peak of Plan de Corones
Tradition and nature
- The Earth Pyramids and The Mill’s Trail of Terento/Terenten – visit the old flour mills, dating back to 500 years ago
- Ethnographic Museum of Todone – featuring local traditions and rural life in the past centuries
- “Lodenwelt” in Vandoies/Vintl – Tyrolean textiles and Loden capes (permanent exhibition: “From the wool to the Loden coat”)
- Bergila: organic products, essential oils, and herbal wares; a pine oil distillery and a huge herbal garden in Issengo/Issing near Falzes
- The Hauserhof Organic Farm in Percha: watch the production and processing of essential oils and pure mountain herbs
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- Zip line: Feel the wind in your face, high above the ground. Pure adrenaline rush!
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