Simply breathtaking. What a holiday destination.
At a height of 2,275 mt, the 360 degree views are breathtaking indeed – it is as if you can reach out and touch the heavens.
To your left, to your right, just straight on – there are inviting slopes to tempt you. Some are demanding and sure to raise your heartbeat, others are more gentle and you can ski in great style and serenity and take in all around.
One thing is clear – this is a ski carousel of of unrivalled beauty and so functional and with an integrated range of services that it almost seems untrue. Ideal for the more mature skiers and the young ones too will have a whole lot of fun.
1 Holiday region, 3 Natural Parks
Three of the seven South Tyrolean natural parks are located in the Kronplatz Holiday Region: Fanes-Sennes-Prags Natural Park with its legendary magical world, Rieserferner-Ahrn Natural Park with its imposing 3000ers and Puez-Geisler Natural Park.
In these ecologically intact areas, protecting nature and the landscape is paramount. Regardless of the season, when you go on extensive tours in the national parks, you'll come across a unique plant world and see some "exotic" little animals. Those who want to, can go on organized nature walks on which experts explain the cycles in nature. This makes hiking twice the fun!
The Pustertal Valley is considered to be the most beautiful of the shopping regions in South Tyrol. In this urban but also homelike atmosphere you will be able to indulge the passion of strolling and shopping.
High quality sport goods, jewellery and art craft make up the offer. No matter what your heart desires, may it be the latest Italian fashion, boutiques or souvenirs or art products, you will find it in thePustertal Valley.
MMM Corones - Messner Mountain Museum
The MMM Corones is the final gemstone of mountaineering legend Reinhold Messner's museum series. Dedicated to the great walls of the world, the museum is situated at the top of Kronplatz at 2275 m above sea-level, embodies the most prestigious discipline in mountaineering and offers a unique glimpse of the lives of mountaineers and climbers. The sixth and last Messner Mountain Museum was designed by Zaha Hadid Architects, whose pioneering founder is among the most talented and innovative architects of our time.