Holidays in St. Vigil in Enneberg
The municipality Enneberg is situated in the holiday region of Kronplatz in the heart of the South Tyrolean Dolomites, attracting travellers and nature lovers in any season of the year.
Are you a real winter sports fan, do you desire endless kilometres of ski runs, countless snowshoeing tours and panoramic cross-country ski runs in untouched nature? And all of this in one place? No problem: In St. Vigil in Enneberg you will find it all.
Only a few minutes by car from Bruneck, the village is located at about 1,200 m of altitude, directly at the foot of Mt. Kronplatz. The main village of Enneberg municipality forms the Ladin side of the holiday region together with St. Martin in Thurn. In winter, St. Vigil is an excellent starting point for unforgettable ski days in the Dolomites.
Excellent ski fun is waiting right at your doorstep. The varied ski runs of Mt. Kronplatz are perfect for families as well as for ski experts. Ski instructors take care of beginners; advanced skiers can wonderful turns on the perfectly prepared slopes – or relax in the fresh mountain air under the warm sun rays on the terrace of a rustic ski hut.
Be active & explore nature
In addition to the extensive winter sports offer, St. Vigil and environs offer excellent options to explore the wonderful nature of Fanes-Sennes-Prags Nature Park also during the warmer months. Countless hiking paths and climbing routes can be discovered here in the legendary “pale mountains”. Enthusiastic mountain bikers will love the 250 km long network of bike trails. Not for nothing, St. Vigil is a fixed point of “BIKE Transalp” MTB race.
If you can still not get enough of classic sports, we recommend a fun and action sport: How about a breath-taking zip line flight starting high above St. Vigil? A Segway drive across the fantastic world of the Dolomites? Or a tandem flight from the summit of Mt. Kronplatz? In St. Vigil, you are offered countless possibilities.
Historical facts of Enneberg
St. Vigil has a very famous daughter as it is the birthplace of Katharina Lanz, the “girl from Spinges”. During the Tyrolean freedom fight in 1797, she defended the Frenchmen at the cemetery wall of Spinges near Mühlbach and is known as “Jeanne d’Arc” of Tyrol since then.