You can reach the slope Erta easily with skis starting from the valley stations in Riscone/Brunico, Percha and Olang by reaching the summit of Plan de Corones and go down on the slopes Furcia 9, Col Toron and Miara to reach the locality San Vigilio. Take the cable car Skitrans Bronta and directly reach the target site of Skiworldcup Kronplatz - comfortable, stress-free, car-free and therefore environmentally friendly.
Warning: from the finish area you will need about 45 minutes to reach the top again. We therefore recommend to start again at 15:45 from the finish area, to reach the summit and therefore the return to the valley stations in Riscone/Brunico, Percha and Olang.
Arriving from Bolzano-Bozen and points south:
Take the A22 Brennero Autostrada to the Bressanone/Val Pusteria-Brixen/Pustertal exit for state route SS49-E66 (30 km/19 miles from the highway exit to Brunico-Bruneck, 42 km/26 miles to Valdaora-Olang, and 43 km/27 miles to San Vigilio-St. Vigil).
Arriving from Venice and points beyond:
Take the A27 Alemagna Autostrada and continue past Treviso until it ends, then continue on state route SS51 Alemagna toward Tai di Cadore. Continue on the SS51 to Cortina and then to Dobbiaco-Toblach, then take route SS49-E68 to Brunico-Bruneck (63 km/39 miles from Cortina to Brunico).
Arrival from the Brenner Pass, Innsbruck, Austria, and points north:
Take the Autostrada Brennero-Brennerautobahn (A22) to the Bressanone/Val Pusteria-Brixen/Pustertal exit, then continue along the main highway (SS49-E66) into the Val Pusteria-Pustertal valley. The western gateway to the Kronplatz Holiday Region is located in S. Sigismondo-St. Sigmund near Chienes-Kiens.
Arrival from Lienz, Austria and points east:
You can also reach us from Lienz, Austria and points beyond. You will cross the Austrian-Italian border between Arnbach, Austria and Prato alla Drava-Winnebach, Italy (route B100-E66 in Austria ) and continue on route SS49-E66 in Italy into the Val Pusteria. The eastern gateway to the Kronplatz Holiday Region is located in Monguelfo-Welsberg.
In Italy, the autostrada motorway is a toll road.
Every year from November 15 to April 15, cars and trucks traveling during snowfall, over snow-covered roads, or when there is ice on the roadway are required to use winter tires or snow chains.
International railway connections are offered as far as Fortezza-Franzensfeste in South Tyrol-Südtirol. Change there for the local rail line to the Val Pusteria-Pustertal valley.
Trains stations are located in:
Nicer Traveling – Quick and Economical by Rail to the Green Val Pusteria
No stress, no traffic jam, no filling up the tank. Starting from just 39 euros, you can travel from Germany quickly and economically to the Kronplatz Holiday Region. Once you have arrived, you are always mobile with the HolidayPass, which will allow you unlimited travel on all means of public transportation for three or seven successive days in all of South Tyrol-Südtirol.
It’s Worth It to Arrive with German Rail or Austrian Rail: Starting from just 39 euros with the Europa Special from anywhere in Germany, whenever available. Your own children or grandchildren under fifteen years of age can travel with you free of charge (they must be registered on the ticket).
Arrive Comfortably with No Baggage
With German Rail’s baggage service, you can travel with complete relaxation by rail with no baggage, and your luggage will already be waiting for you at your vacation accommodations when you arrive. Whether it is a suitcase, a baby stroller, a wheelchair, or sports equipment, the baggage will be picked up right from your accommodations in Germany and safely and punctually delivered to your desired destination address – anywhere in South Tyrol-Südtirol.
If the German Rail baggage service ticket is booked by 6:00 P.M., the logistics service provider Hermes will still pick up your luggage right from your front door the next day and will also be pleased to do so during your desired time window. The service can also be booked in advance for your relaxed return trip.
Additional Information and Booking
South Tyrol’s only airport is located in the southern outskirts of Innsbruck or Veronahttp://www.abd-airport.it/. Beyond South Tyrol the nearest international airports are in Innsbruck (Austria) and Munich (Germany) in the north and Venice, Treviso, Verona and Bergamo in the south.
Driving distances from and to Brunico-Bruneck in kilometres: