Due to the current pandemic evolution, it is not yet possible for us to confirm with certainty the opening date for the winter season 2020/21. However, we will communicate the confirmed opening date as soon as possible.
Calculating the Length of Ski Runs:
At the Kronplatz, 476 hectares (1,176 acres) of land are used to groom the slopes. Taking into account the average ski run width of 40 m (131 ft.), this yields a total value of 119,000 m, which corresponds to the 119 kilometers (74 miles) of ski runs that is used in communications. Please note: with the listing of the ski runs on the Internet or else in the various print media from the Kronplatz area, only the relevant ski runs are listed. Not all of the variations, such as Furcia 9a “Picio Jarù”, 9b “Ücia Bivacco”, Col Toron, etc. , are listed separately.
The Skibus transfer service Piculin runs every 20 minutes between the ski areas Kronplatz and Alta Badia.
This service can be used by each holder of a valid Dolomiti Superski skipass.
The Alta Badia ski area is directly connected to the Sella Ronda ski circuit. Enjoy the fascinating Dolomites’ tour on the skis
Green light on more than 200 km of slopes! Thanks to the new train connection the Kronplatz ski area and the Three Peaks Dolomites ski area are getting closer and closer. In half an hour the Ski-Pustertal-Express train leads from the Ried cable-car valley station in Kronplatz to the new railway station of Versciaco, which is directly connected to the lifts of Mount Elmo. In order to ski without limitations in both ski areas a valid Dolomiti Superski ticket is required.