Dolomiti Superski
Kronplatz Gipfel | © Wisthaler Harald
Furkelpass | © Skirama Kronplatz
Kronplatz Gipfel | © Skirama Kronplatz
Furkelpass | © Skirama Kronplatz
Kronplatz Gipfel | © Skirama Kronplatz
Boundless adventures in the world’s largest ski circuit

Manifold. Exciting. Breathtaking. Unique. You can use innumerable words to describe your descent in the Dolomiti Superski ski circuit. The largest ski carousel in the world offers without any doubt boundless emotions and memorable experiences on the slopes – and we are right at the heart of it all! Alongside the Kronplatz ski area, you can also explore the other 14 destinations of the ski carousel and discover the magical winter world of the South Tyrolean, Trentino and Belluno Dolomites. Do you want to know what precisely awaits you? With a total of 1,200 kilometres of pistes and 450 lifts, you can enjoy spectacular slopes, exciting snow parks and romantic night skiing while admiring the incomparable scenery of the world's most beautiful mountain range – and all of this with just one ski pass! Are you ready for the ultimate winter sports experience in the Dolomites UNESCO World Heritage?

From Plan de Corones to the Sellaronda

When you thought we already presented you all the skiing highlights at Plan de Corones, we have yet one more ace up our sleeves: Did you know that two of the most famous and spectacular ski routes can directly be accessed from Plan de Corones? The Sellaronda and the First World War ski tour!

For 40 km (26 slope kilometres), the impressive Sellaronda ski tour runs around the majestic massif called Sellastock/Gruppo del Sella and leads you across the Ladin mountain range of the South Tyrolean and Trentino Dolomites passing through the valleys of Val Gardena/Grödner Tal, Alta Badia/Gadertal, Arabba and Val di Fassa. As it is a circular tour, you can decide for yourself in which direction you want to start your tour across the Dolomites.
The 80 km long First World War ski tour (30 km of slopes), on the other hand, introduces you to the nature and history of our UNESCO World Heritage along the former Dolomites front of the First World War. Featuring spectacular views of the Belluno Dolomites massifs called Civetta, Monte Pelmo and Tofana, this exploratory tour runs not only through the Alta Badia/Gadertal valley in South Tyrol, but also across the provinces of Trentino and Belluno.