Variety – this word best describes South Tyrol’s sports offerings. In the surroundings of our Falkensteiner Family Resort Lido****s there is a lot to discover: impressive mountains, numerous bike and hiking paths, crystal clear lakes including the hotel’s private lake and a considerably offer of leisure and cultural activities in this part of the Dolomites. Convince yourself of this breathtaking natural landscape that leaves nothing to be desired. But also in winter the area offers plenty of options for sports activities. Whether skiing, snowboarding, cross-county skiing, skating, tobogganing, strolls in a snowy winter landscape – nothing stands in the way of your winter holiday.
Make your holiday base Falkensteiner Lido Ehrenburgerhof, ideally situated on a private lake in the Dolomites. This area of South Tyrol has many outdoor activities to offer families with children, from bike rental to hiking and many ski routes in the Dolomites.
Discover the variety of South Tyrol during exciting bike tours on the numerous bike paths and mountain bike trails. 600 km of connected bike paths and adventurous mountain bike trails in the Dolomites and on the Kronplatz are waiting for you.
The Kronplatz ski region awaits you with three ski areas with a total of 185 slope kilometres and 40 lifts. Encompassing Kronplatz, Speikboden and Klausberg, one of Europe's most modern ski areas extends through the ski carousel Dolomiti Superski.
Take a fun toboggan ride in South Tyrol, where the climb on foot is a must – as is entering a local hut for a tasty South Tyrol snack. During their holiday in South Tyrol, nocturnal holidaymakers can enjoy moonlight tobogganing on lit runs or a climb on foot with headlamp.
Enjoying the snowy landscapes of South Tyrol on cross-country skis is pure joy! In total, 1,800 km of loipes are available to cross-country skiers in South Tyrol. Whether it’s in the classic style or skate skiing – you can be sure to find the right loipe for your winter holiday in South Tyrol.
Snowshoe hikers and regular hikers can enjoy untouched winter landscapes and peacefulness away from the hustle and bustle of the pistes of the South Tyrol ski regions. Hikers can decides for themselves which way up they want to take