Ski touring week in South Tyrol: Winter impressions in the mountains
Nature lovers and active vacationers appreciate the fascinating experience of a ski tour in the South Tyrolean Alps. The tours take you into the high mountains and offer adventures and challenges. The arduous climb is rewarded with unforgettable vistas of the snow-covered winter wonderland. Breathtaking 360-degree views of the craggy peaks of the Dolomites and the main alpine ridge compensate for the strenuous hike. The region around Bressanone offers you the best conditions for these exciting mountain adventures. Mount Plose – the local mountain of the ancient Episcopal city – is at the centre of the activities. The Tourist Office Bressanone regularly offers guided ski tours in the region, which lead you to the most beautiful panoramic views of the alpine region.
“Plose History”: A highlight of the ski touring week
The ski tour “Plose History” is for many vacationers one of the highlights in a winter holiday in Bressanone. Starting point is the village of S. Andrea near the Episcopal city. The tour takes you first to Val Croce at a height of 2,050 meters above sea level. From there you will reach Monte Fana, which with an altitude of 2,500 meters represents the highest point on the route. Here, an overwhelming panoramic view awaits you during the ski touring week in South Tyrol. The downhill part passes by the alpine shelter CAI Cima Plose over to the basin of Plancios and gloriously ends on the longest downhill slope in South Tyrol in the ski resort Bressanone/Plose. The Trametsch ski slope has a length of nine kilometres and includes 1,400 altitude meters.