Prags / Braies extends in the Pragser Tal Valley, embedded in the Pragser Dolomites. A large part of the municipality lies in the Fanes-Sennes-Prags Nature Park. The landscape is characterised by a wide variety of karst phenomena: gullies and crevasses, depressions, crevices and dolomite basins form a varied landscape. At the end of the valley lies the Pragser Wildsee lake (1494 m), overlooked by the Seekofel peak (2810 m). Another natural highlight is the Plätzwiese, a high plateau of fascinating beauty and with a stunning view.
Our tips for your holiday in the Pragser Tal Valley: hiking in the Fanes-Sennes-Prags Nature Park, cycling in Braies as well as mountain biking and climbing. In winter, Prags/Braies is a paradise for all winter hikers, with an extensive network of winter hiking trails with views of the Dolomites. Just like cross-country skiing on the Plätzwiese high plateau. Cross-country trails at 2000 metres, in the middle of the nature park. In addition, 2 ski lifts entice you to ski in Prags/Braies. The lifts are also part of the 3 Zinnen Dolomites ski region, so you can also ski on the other ski mountains of the 3 Peaks Dolomites region with your ski pass.
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Three Peaks Dolomites is best discovered actively, through hikes and cycle tours. In winter the Three Peaks Country delights you with its panoramic ski pistes in the heart of the Dolomites and 200 km of perfectly prepared linked cross country ski tracks with guaranteed snow.
With the Gustav Mahler music weeks, the Alto Adige Festival, the Grand Hotel, the First World War open-air museum and many other museums the Three Peaks Dolomites offers plenty of culture.
The holiday villages of the region: Sesto (Sexten), San Candido (Innichen), Dobbiaco (Toblach), Villabassa (Niederdorf) and Braies (Prags).