Nestled amidst the breathtaking peaks of the Italian Dolomites, Kronplatz, known locally as Plan de Corones, offers a captivating ski holiday experience that blends world-class skiing with charming alpine ambiance. The Kronplatz ski area, encompassing over 119 kilometres of interconnected pistes, caters to all levels of expertise, from gentle beginner slopes to exhilarating off-piste adventures.
When the sun dips below the horizon, Kronplatz transforms into a vibrant apres-ski hub, with cozy bars and ristoranti lining the streets of the surrounding villages. Live music fills the air, and the aroma of delectable cuisine entices passersby to indulge in the flavours of the region. Whether seeking lively entertainment or a more intimate setting, Kronplatz offers a diverse range of apres-ski options to suit every preference.
Beyond skiing and snowboarding, Kronplatz boasts a variety of winter activities to enhance the ski holiday experience. Sleigh rides through snow-covered meadows transport guests to a winter wonderland, while ice skaters glide effortlessly across the open-air rinks. Cross-country skiers can explore the tranquil trails winding through the surrounding forests, while winter hikers can embark on invigorating treks through snow-laden landscapes.
Families can enjoy the Kronpark Fun Arena, where snow tubing, sledding, and a variety of snow games provide endless amusement for all ages. For a more cultural experience, visitors can explore the charming villages of San Vigilio di Marebbe, Terento, and Brunico, where traditional architecture, local handicrafts, and delectable cuisine await.
Whether seeking sun-kissed days on the slopes, cultural immersion, or adventurous escapades, Kronplatz’s ski holiday experience caters to every desire, promising an unforgettable winter escapade amidst the enchanting beauty of the Italian Dolomites.
Beginners can find their comfort zone on the wide-open slopes of the Plateau and Belvedere areas, where dedicated nursery zones and gentle gradients provide the perfect setting to hone their skills and build confidence. As their proficiency grows, skiers and snowboarders can progress to the intermediate terrain of the Olang, Pedraces, and Riscone areas, where meandering runs through snow-kissed forests and panoramic vistas of the Dolomites await.
Experienced skiers and snowboarders can test their limits on the steeper slopes of the Gipfel, Pre-da-Niva, and Mietres areas, renowned for their challenging black runs and exhilarating off-piste powder bowls. The legendary Black Five runs, including the infamous “Holzner,” offer a true test of skill and endurance, while the off-piste terrain surrounding the Marcher and Creste peaks beckons adventurous skiers and snowboarders with its untamed beauty.
Season Start / End: 4/11 – 3/4
Opening Times: 08:30 – 17:00
Total Slope Length: 116 km
Easy Runs: 24
Intermediate Runs: 14
Difficult Runs: 6
MOUNTAIN STATION ALTITUDE: 3342m
VALLEY STATION ALTITUDE: 950m
TOTAL SKI LIFTS: 32
CHAIR LIFTS: 4
DRAG LIFTS: 6