The Nature.Fitness.Park. Plan de Corones-Dolomiti is the largest Nordic Walking park in Europe. Situated at the foot of Plan de Corones in the Dolomites, the park runs from Brunico and Falzes via Valdaora to Rasun in Valle di Anterselva. The network of paths is marked with many easy and average tours with a length of 285 km. Exercise panels can be found throughout.

During the hot season, there are a number of lakes and swimming pools which offer some refreshing times. Both Valdaora and Brunico offer an outdoor swimming pool; Riscone boasts the Chron 4 outdoor swimming pool, indoor swimming pool and a stunning wellness world. If you prefer natural lakes you should visit Laghetto di Issengo in Falzes or the natural swimming ponds in Gais and Dobbiaco.

2 artificial grass and 2 sand courts are available in Valdaora di Sotto.

Climbing paths
Valle di Braies/Lago di Braies, level of difficulty: 2 to 8+
Valle di Braies, Ponticello – Villa Santa Caterina, level of difficulty: 3 to 8
Picco Vallandron, Dolomite high mountain route, level of difficulty: 5 to 8
Aufhofen/Brunico village fountain in the direction of the Castel Chela ruins, level of difficulty: 3 to 9 (five easy tours and a number of demanding ones)
Campo Tures, furniture store Möbelhaus Jungmann in Campo Tures, level of difficulty: 5 to (long tours up to two rope lengths)
Ascent on the Jungmann slope, level of difficulty: 5 to 9
Riva di Tures, Ponte Tobl at Gasthof Toblhof, level of difficulty: demanding

The general rule is that four fish can be caught per person/day. Visitors must apply for the federal fishing licence, which is available at the Valdaora tourist board office.

Experience breath-taking action on a Wheel Taxi Bob ride on the Olympic bobsleigh track in Cortina. In San Candido, you can use the Funbob summer toboggan run. Glide along the longest zipline in Europe (in San Vigilio) and try out the two climbing crags in Dobbiaco and Issengo/Falzes.