Who’s this ski resort perfect for? Everyone! Whether you’re an amateur skier or a family, snowboard fan or experienced winter sports enthusiast, Kronplatz is the place to be!
5 things to do in the skiing area Kronplatz
- Find the best slopes and head off skiing.
- Visit the mountain huts!
- For a change of pace, whizz down a toboggan run!
- Kickerline, Easy Line and Rails are waiting for you: visit the Kronplatz Snowpark.
- Take a restorative wellness day and relax.
Kronplatz has every type of slope available: it’s perfect for everyone, whether you’re taking your first nervous steps onto the slopes or you’re an experienced skier. There are long valley descents and the Black Five – five black slopes in Kronplatz that even experts take seriously.
If you’re after some freestyle fun, head to the Kronplatz snowpark. You’ll find it between the Belvedere slopes, at an altitude of 2,230 m. It includes an Easy Line, a Medium Rail, a Kicker Line and Family Fun Line.
Night-time skiing at Kronplatz
If you’re still not satisfied after a day on your skis you can keep skiing on some floodlit slopes at night. The slopes are prepared for night-time skiing and the lifts stay in operation to get you to the top of the run. See you there! Floodlit night-time skiing is something all ski lovers should experience.
Tobogganing at Kronplatz
Things get intense away from the skiing slopes in Kronplatz, too. You can still experience action and variety even when you’re not whizzing down the slopes. How about a fun toboggan ride? Choose from the Korer and Cianross toboggan runs. The Korer is at the Reischach valley station, and the other is right next to the Cianross gondola lift in St. Vigil. Grab your nearest and dearest and head off on a whirlwind of a ride!
Paragliding at Kronplatz
How about a real adrenalin rush? See the Dolomites from a whole new angle as you paraglide and take a tandem flight in Kronplatz. The best thing about it is that your personal pilot will steer your paraglider or tandem so you can marvel at the stunning Dolomites and Alps!