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Fantastic experiences. In Brunico in Val Pusteria.

Plan de Corones family mountain. Exciting day trips. Museums. A wide range of events for every age group. Refreshing change and invigorating variety. In your host town of Brunico and in Val Pusteria. Please ask us for tips!


One for all: plan de corones family mountain

Active diversity. Right by the hotel.

Experience Kronplatz Dolomites Region. Go for a hike. Marvel at the natural surroundings. Replenish your energy at a sun-drenched spot. Downhill on the top ski mountain. Outdoor exercise and recreation. All year round. For young and old. Nature explorer. Those seeking peace and quiet. Sports enthusiasts.


Freeride & Downhill

The Herrnsteig freeride trail (7 km long, altitude difference 1,300 m) starts right on the summit of Plan de Corones, which you reach from Riscone/Brunico via the Plan de Corones cable car.


With its 360° panoramic view and 1,300 m difference in altitude, the Plan de Corones family mountain is probably the most attractive flying area for paragliding in Val Pusteria. Experience the beautiful South Tyrolean landscape from on high.


Panoramic hiking

The ’Concordia 2000’ peace bell is enthroned on the summit of the 2,275 m high Plan de Corones. It is the largest bell in the Alps and surrounded by a platform offering spectacular panoramic views every step of the way.

Messner mountain museum

6 mountain worlds. Pure fascination.

6 special places. A central theme: the fascinating world of mountains. The unique museum project by Reinhold Messner. At selected places in South Tyrol.
Two of the exhibitions are located in the immediate vicinity of our hotel. Highly recommended for mountain enthusiasts. Nature lovers. Families.

MMM Corones

The crowning glory of the Messner project. At 2,275 m. On the summit of Plan de Corones.


MMM Ripa

The exhibition at Brunico Castle, once the summer residence of the prince bishops. Dedicated to mountain people from all over the world, their culture and religion as well as tourism.

More Messner mountain museums

– MMM Firmian at Castel Firmiano (man-mountain relationship)

– MMM Juval at Juval Castle (mountain myth)

– MMM Dolomites on the Monte Rite (rock climbing)

– MMM Ortles in Solda all’Ortles (ice)

Every day an experience

Day trips in South Tyrol. Our tips.

The alternative to wellness and hiking: a day trip in the surrounding area. Charming little towns. Baroque castles. Modern museums. Go on a journey of discovery.

City visits

South Tyrolean cities worth seeing: Your host town Brunico, can be reached via City Bus in  few minutes. The famous spa town of Merano. The capital city of Bolzano. The episcopal town of Bressanone.


Tures castle

An impressive medieval building. Over 70,000 visitors every year. Feel the atmosphere of bygone times. In the former dynasty castle with its special residential character.
Open daily. Guided tours at 10 am, 11 am, 2 pm, 3 pm and 4.30 pm.


Teodone museum of ethnography

Old rural forms of existence brought to life. In the open-air museum around the baroque residence ‘Mair am Hof“. Handicraft workshops, farm gardens and stables bear witness to everyday life in days gone by. A fascinating, interactive museum.


Predoi climatic gallery & mine museum

Leave your cares behind and find inner peace. 1,100 m deep in the mountain. The climatic gallery in Predoi is a mystical place of deep relaxation. Its special microclimate relieves and calms respiratory problems.


Lago di braies

The ‘Pearl of the Dolomite Lakes“. A picture book of a place. A unique spectacle of nature. Stage for fashion shootings and romantic marriage proposals. Nestling in the Dolomites and an intense turquoise-blue. Perfect for circular hikes and rowing.


Earth pyramids

Amazing natural phenomena. Can be admired in various places in South Tyrol. After an easy (family) hike, you reach the cone-shaped peaks in Vila di Sopra or in Terento. A centuries-old natural spectacle. Not to be missed.



With LUMEN, the fascination for the mountains finds a photographic home: located at the summit of the Kronplatz Dolomites Region (in South Tyrol), 1800 square meters are entirely dedicated to mountain photography.