Attractions and experiences

The Dolomites: 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!

Why choose the Plan de Corones for your winter vacation


Winter holiday activities at Kronplatz:

  • Ski in the varied Kronplatz ski resort
  • Take off your skis and stop for a refreshment break in the mountain huts
  • Whizz down the mountain on two runners
  • If you’re an adrenaline junkie, visit the Kronplatz snow park
  • Spend a day in the spa to help your muscles recover

The Kronplatz

The skiing area Kronplatz offers 32 state-of-the-art lifts serving 119 km of pistes catering for all abilities: beginnerscruisers and experts. Intermediate skiers will appreciate the wide runs down into the valley, while ambitious skiers and snowboarders can test their mettle on the Black Five.

You will find: 

  • 52 km of blue slopes
  • 42 Km of red slopes
  • 25 Km of black slopes

Fun & Action at the Snowpark Kronplatz-Plan de Corones

The Snowpark Kronplatz-Plan de Corones is placed between the slopes Belvedere and Plateau at 2.230 m over the sea level and is oriented towards south-east. No matter if  you are a freestyle freak or a beginner; in the park the fun is guaranteed thanks to 4 different lines: an easy line, a medium rail line, a medium kickerline and a family fun line.

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Night skiing at Kronplatz


Fun on the slopes by floodlight


The Dolomiti Superski and valley ski passes are valid for daytime use only. 

  • the multiple-day ski passes (except day and half day tickets, as well as DTL) and season passes are also valid without additional supplement on the illuminated slopes open for night skiing.
  • The ticket types "8 days in a season", "Superski Family" and the 5 days of interchange with Skirama Adamello Brenta work on night-lifts and a skiing day is detracted, without additional detraction in case of daytime usage on the same day.

Sledding at Kronplatz


It’s all happening away from Kronplatz’s ski slopes too. Winter sports enthusiasts find action and variety away from the groomed ski slopes. What about exciting tobogganing fun with friends or family? Choose from the “Korer” or “Cianross” toboggan runs, the first being located right beside the Riscone/Reischach valley station, and the other by the cable car with the same name in San Vigilio. Grab your loved ones and experience a thrilling ride!

You get a completely different perspective on the Dolomites when paragliding and tandem flying in Kronplatz. And the best thing is that your personal pilot will take over steering the parachute or tandem rig, whilst you admire the Dolomites and the breathtaking main chain of the Alps.

Paragliding at Kronplatz

Fancy an adrenaline kick?

With the paraglider you can observe the extraordinary mountain world of the Dolomites and the Alps from a bird's eye view.

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