The Kronplatz Holiday Region serves up three separate ski areas at once. As different as the three may appear to be, they do in fact have a few things in common – and not just the scenery of high, white mountains.
The family-friendly site, the small but varied location, or simply Number One: the three ski areas of the Kronplatz Holiday Region each have their own character. All three of them offer appeal, charm, and the perfect postcard view! The good thing about having too many choices: every skier and every snowboarding freak will have a great time here. With so much variety, there will be a white adventure destined to linger on as a lasting memory.
To put it into concrete figures, the Kronplatz Holiday Region has a legendary 192 kilometers (119 miles) of ski slopes that can easily be reached with more than 50 ski lift facilities. The best-groomed slopes from “flat as a board” to “resembling the descent into Hell” are distributed throughout the Plan de Corones-Kronplatz, Speikboden, and Klausberg.
The clear Number One and the area that provides the name to the entire region is most personally the Plan de Corones-Kronplatz. And it’s also no wonder. Anyone who arrives all the way at the top and simply turns around their own axis is allowed to be really astonished.
Fine, accessible, and filled with variety. The Speikboden, located between Campo Tures-Sand in Taufers and Lutago-Luttach, really stands out.
If the children go crazy about Klausi-Land or else tell about their first great attempts at jumping on the Dino Fun Line, then they were on the 2,510 m (8,235 ft.) high Klausberg – which is quite officially entitled to call itself the most family-friendly ski area in all of Italy.
Skiing and delicious dining go together, don’t they?
In the gourmet chalets on the Kronplatz- Plan de Corones, Speikboden, and Klausberg, particularly high value is placed upon this combination. As part of a series of initiatives, skiers with refined palates can indulge in a variety of dining experiences, including tasting exquisite wines, enjoying local cheese specialties, or indulging in a hearty breakfast at 1,600 m (5,249 ft.) above sea level.