Summer in Valdaora near Kronplatz: Unique moments

Green mountain meadows and sunshine galore

A summer in the Pustertal valley is varied, diverse and certainly full of sunshine. With exciting leisure activities, wonderful nature and fresh mountain air, it is a paradise for active holidaymakers. But pleasure seekers and relaxation lovers are also guaranteed to get their money’s worth in the Dolomites region, a Unesco World Natural Heritage Site.

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The rucksack is packed and the shoes are laced up

To the south the Pragser Dolomites, to the north the Rieserferner group and from west to east the green Pustertal valley … which direction will you hike today? Whether it’s a relaxed walk across colourful alpine meadows, a somewhat more demanding hike to one of the mountain lakes, or a day tour up to 3000 m – there is something for everyone here. Constant companion: fascinating panorama.

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Mount up and get ready to ride!

Because in Olang and the surrounding area, a variety of cycling tours await you. You can explore the landscape on your bike on marked cycle paths or remote trails. There are plenty of tours – for every level of difficulty. Not sure which to take? We are happy to advise you. By the way, we offer our guests free mountain bike rental and a bike shuttle.

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Discovery tour on four hooves

You can explore the Pustertal valley from a whole new perspective on horseback. Idyllic forests and endless expanses. Nothing but the sound of the hooves and pure nature all around. A special experience that you should not miss out on. Our Tharerhof is only 200 m away from the hotel and offers everything a rider’s heart could desire – even special conditions for our guests.

Panoramic view

Peak pleasure and Dolomite panorama

If you like to be active on holiday and fancy a challenge or two, you should plan in a mountain tour. But with so many peaks and so little holiday time, the decision is not always easy. Nevertheless: No matter which tour you choose, you will be rewarded with panoramic views of the surroundings and that incredible “I’ve done it” feeling.

Paragliding Public transport Climbing

… and what else does summer in the Pustertal valley have to offer?

Quite a lot: Nordic walking, golf, climbing, paragliding, rafting, fishing, archery, hydrospeed, canyoning, Wheel Taxi Bob, high ropes course …

Summer, sun, Holidaypass – you get it for free during your stay. With the pass you can use public transport throughout South Tyrol free of charge. What is more, you benefit from discounts and a varied leisure programme.