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!
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!
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!
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!