Experienced skiers love the extensive pistes, mountain huts and fun attractions at Kronplatz! It is the icing on the cake of Dolomiti Superski and enjoys unequalled views across the whole of the region's mountains. With its 32 lifts, 119 km of pistes and 5 mighty black runs, it is a high point for every skier looking for a bit of action. Kronplatz is the best!
Ski schools with highly qualified instructors, ski hire featuring the latest materials and ski depots with no comfort spared will be able to offer even the most pampered holidaymakers that little bit extra.
Today's skiers can roll up to the pistes chauffeur-driven and in comfortable fashion wearing just lightweight shoes. A whole range of top quality equipment may be hired for the season right next to the lifts and may be collected from the ski depot at the start of each day's skiing already dried and pre-warmed. Ski buses service the whole village and take guests from where they're staying to the lifts at Kronplatz; 'Connecting Skiers' shuttle bus allows car-free access to Stern and the Sellaronda; the ski train takes skiers to Sexten to try out the ski slopes of the Upper Pustertal Valley for a change of scene: all free of charge thanks to Holiday Premium Pass. All done on skis, and you can give your car a holiday too!
Both world-class skiers Manuela and Manfred Mölgg started out on the easy pistes in the village, which are still firm favourites with families and beginners: 'Miara', 'Cianross' and 'Pedagà' in San Vigilio and 'Antermoia' in San Martin bring together the perfect conditions – including a ski school on site – for lots of skiing and fun in the snow. A special highlight - in the literal sense of the word - is floodlit skiing on 'Cianross' piste, which is popular with night owls very Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday from 8.00 pm to 10.00 pm.