New: Take me home
Together with the South Tyrolean Artists’ Association, a project was implemented in 2022 to sensitise all guests on the Plose, and especially those on the WoodyWalk, to the need for a clean mountain. The sculptures by AliPaloma and Mirijam Heiler serve as rubbish bins for hikers. The simple shape of the house is reminiscent of the custom of bringing the rubbish home from the mountain. To protect the planet, our only home.
Let’s set the example!
Nature is close to our hearts, especially in the mountains. We want to create awareness for the special things it brings with it. Respect, appreciation, enjoyment and conscious experience should accompany our days on the Plose.
Respectful towards each other
There are hikers and mountain bikers on the Plose. We respect each other.
Regional and good
Find regional products in the restaurants on Mount Plose.
High-quality water – Refill your bottle
Avoid plastic bottles – our pure drinking water makes it possible! Fill up your personal bottle at the 34 drinking fountains in the city and on the Plose. Forgot your bottle? Get your Brixen Refill
stainless steel bottle at the bottom station of the cable car Plose or in one of the huts. For more information please visit www.brixen.org/km0
The huts on the Plose have already banned all plastic water bottles from the mountain in 2019 and are happy to refill your bottle . For the quality of the water with 0km – for the environment.
From left to right: Peter Hinteregger (Rossalm), Alessandro Marzola (Plose Ski SpA), Josef Unterrainer (Stadtrat, Gemeinde Brixen), Michael Jocher (Sport Jocher), Martin Messner (Halslhütte) Herbert Niederkofler (Geisleralm), Pauli Pescosta (La Finestra), Alexander Kerer (Plosestodl), Rosi Ellemund (Trametschhütte), Franz Perntaler (Schatzerhütte), Ossi Prader (Pfannspitzhütte)