Ski area and hiking area Plose

Plose (1070 m - 2500 m) is a mountain above Bressanone. Throughout the year, landscapes, sun and especially sports. In the summer and autumn you can hike and enjoy the scenery, in winter and spring ski.

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Walks and excursions

With the modern cable railway you reach Kreuztal-Valcroce. Then you walk slightly uphill through the wonderful panorama of the Dolomites to the refuge Rossalm. On the well-prepared and sunny snow walk you get to the Rossalm in about 45 minutes. Excursions in the snow from Kreuztal-Valcroce to Skihütte in about 1 hour.

Excursion in the snow from the skihü as far as the Schatzerhütte and the Enzianhütte, 4 km.

Plose Snowboard Fun Park & Boarderland

Jump & Emotion in the "Plose Snowboard Fun Park & Boarderland" for our snowboard freaks. Washboards & Slides. Jumps, Fun Box & Table Top.

Permanent racetrack

Do you want to test your skiing skills individually or in a duel? Then the permanent race track is ideal for you.

Cross-country skiing

Cross-country ski run in in Palmschoß-Plancios - Direction: Passo delle Erbe (8 km), from the parking at Russis (1700 m), difficulty level: medium

Cross-country ski run Kreuztal-Valcroce, 5 km, difficulty level: medium.

Fun with the sledge

Directly along the walk to the Rossalm you can have fun sledging on the toboggan-run.
Natural toboggan-run in S. Leonardo, 2,5 km, easy.
Natural toboggan-run in Caredo, 1,7 km, easy.
Natural toboggan-run in Spelonca, 2 km, medium difficulty
Natural toboggan-run in Petschied - Luson, 800 m, difficult
Natural toboggan-run in Malga di Luson, 3,5 km, medium difficulty

Plose Ski Spa
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The Dolomites

Climbing in the best known and spectacular mountains in the Alps

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Sciliar plateau
Sciliar plateau

The highest plateau in Europe, situated in the middle of the Dolomites

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Lake Monticolo
Bolzano surroundings

Cycle paths, lake Caldaro and lake Monticolo, the castles

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Merano's Alta Via
Merano's Alta Via

The path 24 encompasses the reserve of the Tessa mountains

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