Lake in the mountains

Hiking, MTB & more in St. Vigil at the Kronplatz - Dolomites

The beauty of the mountains

A paradise.

For acrobats on the rocks. For mountain climbers. For hikers. For cycling enthusiasts. For nature lovers. For photographers.
If you come on holiday to Plan de Corones, you'll have a choice between lots of excursions that start right outside our front door and lead on to some truly memorable adventures. Hikes or mountain bike rides through the Val Badia are a perfect way to enjoy the beautiful natural setting.

365 days a year And every step of the way.

Pssst ... here are some special tips!

Do you prefer the little-known routes, away from all the tourists? In quiet places, and surrounded by unspoiled natural beauty? If you love hiking or cycling, we can offer you some genuine insider tips ...

Colourful summer experiences

Plan de Corones with its thousand facets

Ski mountain in winter, hiking area in summer, and attraction all year round:

LUMEN is the name of the new museum of mountain photography. Visitors can enjoy some spectacular displays and interactive presentations over the 4 floors of this modern building. MMM Corones was the brain-child of extreme mountaineer Reinhold Messner, and is dedicated to mountaineering and the great rocky giants. ALPINN is not just a restaurant, it's also a memorable dining experience. It stands at an altitude of 2,240 m, towering over the Brunico basin and giving you a bird's eye view of the famous Dolomite peaks. Norbert Niederkofler's award-winning cuisine just adds to this amazing experience.

Piz da Peres

Piz da Peres

 San Vigilio di Marebbe |  5 h |  8.1 km |  700 m |  Average

Would you like to enjoy some spectacular views? Then the 2,507-metre high Piz da Peres is the perfect choice: you can look out over the beautiful Fanes-Senes-Braies nature park and see many of the peaks in the Dolomites, including the Sassolungo group. Our tip: Piz da Peres is an ideal place to go at sunrise!

A year-round attraction: the Sellaronda

A year-round attraction: the Sellaronda

The legendary Sella massif is probably best known by winter sports enthusiasts, with its 40 km of ski slopes attracting visitors from all over the world. But it's also worth a visit in the warmer months: you can "circumnavigate" the Sellaronda not just on skis, but also by bike or on foot.

Circuit of the Sass de Putia

Circuit of the Sass de Putia

 Passo delle Erbe |  5.15 h |  12.8 km |  490 m |  Average

There are some mountains that simply leave you speechless. Sass de Putia is one of those! Both from a distance and up close, this 2,875-metre high rocky giant with its many aspects is one of the most emblematic peaks in the Dolomites. Looking up, you can admire its jagged rock formations, while the lower slopes are carpeted with beautiful flowery meadows. It's a real paradise for hikers and photography enthusiasts.

Munt da rina

Munt Da Rina (Welschellener Alm)

 San Vigilio di Marebbe |  3 h |  5.7 km |  510 m |  Average

This easy excursion is very suitable for leisure hikers, or for anyone new to hiking: you get splendid views of the Dolomites and the surrounding landscape all along the route. It's about a 90-minute walk to the mountain hut, and it really is worth stopping there for a break! And if you love wonderful scenery, here's our advice. Continue for another 40 minutes and you'll get to the Glittner See lakes and the Giogo di Colletto/Glittner Joch.

Ciamor beach

Ciamor beach

San Vigilio can't offer you the sea, but it does have a beach with mountain views! The leisure area on the banks of the Rio di Vigilio has plenty to offer: sunbathing lawns, relaxation areas, Kneipp paths and an adventure playground. It's perfect for relaxing on hot summer days!

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