Plan de Corones/Kronplatz is one of the 12 ski areas of Dolomiti Superski.
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Brunico - Bruneck

Brunico-Bruneck combines wonderful characteristics of the region. The Tauferer Ahrntal Valley and the Gadertal Valley meet in the green Pustertal Valley, where the Ahr flows into the Rienz. This is where fashionable flair meets true South Tyrolean characteristics reflected in architecture, cultural and leisure activities as well as in the mentality of the locals. 

Valdaora - Olang

The access to the ski area Kronplatz is very comfortable from Valdaora-Olang. In winter the Kronplatz ski area takes centre stage. Ski guests of Valdaora can use the ski bus to reach every 20 minutes the ski lift facilities. 

San Vigilio - St. Vigil

San Vigilio and San Martin form the Ladin part of Kronplatz region, which is a real holiday heaven for all those wishing to not just have contact with the impressive mountain world of the Dolomites, but actually reach out and touch it. There are two wild and unspoilt Nature Parks, where people can feel part of a greater whole. 

Antholzertal - Valle d'Anterselva

In the wintertime, it is tempting to cross the thick blanket of snow with winter boots, snowshoes, or any types of skis. Because indeed, the Valle Anterselva is above all else the valley of cross country skiing and biathlon sports. The Biathlon Center, along with the “Arena Alto Adige” in Anterselva di Sopra-Antholz Obertal, is the venue for the World Cup competition. Everyone, who wants to discover an unspoilt winter scenery on nordic skies is in the right place in the Antholzer valley. In our little paradise you will find what your are looking for: our daaily prepared  skiing trails will take you through romantic forests lost in snow, across the frozen Lake of Antholz and right up to the foot of the Staller pass where the stunning sceenery of our mountain range seems to be in reach.

Val Casies/Monguelfo/Tesido - Gsieser Tal/Welsberg/Taisten

The area Val Casies/Monguelfo/Tesido unites three holiday resorts: Monguelfo, the village with an abundant past and its own sun deck by the name of Tesido, is located at the entrance to the Val Casies Valley. The Val Casies Valley, on the other hand, has managed to grab some space between the ridges of the Vedrette di Ries-Rieserferner chain and the Deferegg Alps. Once a year, the otherwise still winter is interrupted by a colorful event: the Gran Fondo Val Casies draws hundreds or even thousands of participants and spectators to and onto the cross country ski trail.

Chienes - Kiens

Chienes-Kiens is right in the middle of it all. A drive of just a few miles takes you to the lively, colorful main city of the Val Pusteria-Pustertal valley, Brunico-Bruneck. And by heading not too many feet up in elevation, a good many mountain peaks are already in reach. And then just a few minutes by foot will bring you to the fantastic natural and cultural wonder of the unique “green valley”

Train in the station of Kronplatz
Traditional Italian Food
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Let one of the 32 lifts take you to the Pustertal valley’s local mountain. What makes it special: Kronplatz has the perfect slope for every type of skier. Beginners, amateur athletes or carving pros are spoilt for choice. 119 kilometres of pure, unadulterated skiing fun, long descents and challenging steep slopes, like the Black Five, call on every winter sports enthusiast to show all their skill.

Want to see the spectacular panorama at Kronplatz? Just one click and you can immerse yourself in the unique mountain landscape of the Dolomites!

Want to know more about the majestic Kronplatz and what it has to offer? Then read on!

A paradise for skiers, snowboarders and freestylers

Who is the ski resort’s target group? Everyone! From “just for fun” skiers, to families, to serious winter sports athletes, the Kronplatz ski resort is perfect for everyone. High up on Kronplatz, the mountain landscape and snow-covered slopes are as diverse as they come.

You love gentle slopes, secure cable cars and lifts, and need a professional ski school? Or do you want the adrenalin rush of challenging slopes, don’t shy away from obstacles and want to ride a few trails? Your wish is our command!

The ski resort is not only a paradise for skiers. Snowboarders and freestylers will also find what they are looking for. From kicker lines, easy lines or rails – the Kronplatz Snow Park  on the Belvedere slope offers fun, excitement and an unrivalled adrenalin rush.

You’re not 100% stead on your snowboard or skis yet? Why not expand your technical horizons with some training at a ski school. In just a few days, you will be a true master on the slopes – that’s a promise!

Already raring to go, and can hardly wait to get on your skis? Unfortunately, your equipment didn’t make it with you on your skiing holiday? Then it’s a good thing that there are plenty of rental companies in the Kronplatz ski resort in the Dolomites, where expert staff can choose the right equipment for you!

The ski pass for unlimited enjoyment on the slopes

One ticket for all ski resorts: the Dolomiti Superski ski pass makes it easy for you to explore the 2,275 metres of Kronplatz. The Piculin gondola lift connects Kronplatz with Sellaronda  (black slope). That lets you transition smoothly from one ski resort to another, and enjoy the incredible Dolomite landscape!

The culinary trump card: mountain huts on Kronplatz

Looking for the perfect symbiosis of Tyrolean specialities and Italian cuisine? Then you’re in luck with the huts on Kronplatz. And, as an added bonus, some are even adding international touches to their menus. A culinary voyage around the world – there is plenty on offer, from speck-flavoured dumplings with sauerkraut, to wok dishes with shiitake mushrooms, to spaghetti carbonara.

Added to this is the breathtaking panorama that accompanies every forkful – that is what makes Kronplatz so unique. You are spoilt for choice: will we eat on the sun terrace or in cosy traditional parlour? Let the weather decide and one of the roughly 30 Italian hosts spoil you rotten!

Bonus tip: take a shopping trip to the Pustertal valley. Soak in the charming atmosphere of the narrow Italian alleyways and bring a souvenir home to your nearest and dearest!

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Super PremiÈre

The magic formula to start the season is 4 = 3. Get a free day's holiday for stays over 4 days (8 days for the price of 6) between 28th November and 19th December 2020.



Sun skiing with a free day's skiing: pay for 6 days' accommodation, stay for 7


Super Classics

The major annual classic races in the Dolomites have become key dates on Europe's Ski World Cup calendar.


Can’t-miss attractions at the Kronplatz ski resort

Legendary, beautiful and spectacular – that is a good description of the South Tyrolean Dolomites. There is a good reason why they were chosen as a UNESCO World Heritage site and fascinate multitudes of sports enthusiasts every winter.

one holiday region, two nature reserves

The Kronplatz holiday region boasts one natural spectacle after another. Two of the seven South Tyrolean nature reserves are located around Kronplatz.

  • Fanes-Sennes-Braies Nature Park
  • Puez-Odle Nature Park 

In particular, nature conservation and the special features of the Kronplatz region, waterfalls, lakes and their genesis play the leading roles in the nature reserves. Marvel at the beautifully cared for flora and fauna and feel the magic of the Dolomites.

The Black Five

Are you looking for a unique adrenalin rush? Fancy a challenge for your nerves and a tingling sensation throughout your whole body down to your fingertips? The “Black Five” in the Kronplatz ski resort can give you all of these experiences. Five black slopes are just waiting for you to fly down them with the wind whistling past your ears.

Take on the challenges of the following slopes:

  • Sylvester
  • Herrnegg
  • Pre da Peres
  • Erta
  • Piculin

Dare to carve down the steepest slopes of Kronplatz! You definitely won’t regret it.

MMM Corones Museum

Visiting a museum at the summit of Kronplatz, at 2,275 metres? Why not! MMM Corones is part of Reinhold Messner’s Museum for Alpine Mountaineering project and gives a unique view of the Dolomites. The exhibition is all about big walls and the supreme discipline of alpinism!

Tip: brand-new and with an unrivalled view at the summit – the Museum of Mountain Photography!

This unique building opens its doors next winter season and will impress visitors with amazing, breathtaking images of the mountain landscape. In particular the juxtaposition of historic photographs, digital innovation and the unique location of the photo museum will astound visitors.

And if you are overcome with hunger up on the summit, the AlpiNN restaurant is a culinary hotspot!