Kronplatz
958 - 2,275 m

Kronplatz

The Kronplatz ski area is located in the Pustertal valley (along with the small city of Brunico-Bruneck and many picturesque villages) and is a part of the ski carousel Dolomiti Superski. It extends  between an elevation of 958 m (3,143 ft.) and 2,275 m (7,464 ft.) above sea level and, as a result of the extensive proven technical experience with its snowmaking systems, it is regarded as having a 100% certainty of snow. The Kronplatz has received numerous international awards. Some of the prizes that it has won in recent years include: Skigebiete Test: Top for Families, Top for Advanced, Top User Evaluations; TripAdvisor: Excellent Ski Resort; Ski Resort: Best Ski Resort Award 2012; Snow-online.de: Top Ski Area; Skiresort.de: Top Ski Resort

Events: FIS Ski European Cup, Red Bull Kronplatz Cross, Snow Volleyball, Valdaora Fire and Ice Show every Thursday

At a Glance

Suitable for:

Slopes and lifts Plan de Corones
Length of ski runs: 119 km/72 miles (of which 58 km/36 miles are blue runs, 32 km/20 miles red runs, 29 km/18 miles black runs)
Ski lift facilities: 32 (of which 21 are cable cars, 5 chairlifts, 6 ski lifts)
Valid ski passes: Kronplatz or Dolomiti Superski
Towns directly on the ski slope: Riscone (Brunico), and Sorafurcia (Valdaora), Perca and San Vigilio
Ski season starts: 25.11.2017 
Ski season ends: 22.04.2018
Night skiing: Yes
Notable features:

MMM Corones (Summit)
BMW X-Drive Line

Favorite starting point for paragliding
Peace Bell Concordia (Gipfel) 

The Kronplatz Ski Mountain has four valley terminals available. These are served by the most modern of ski lift facilities with a high transport capacity, in that way making possible very short waiting times for skiers and a quick ascent to skiing fun. Once the skiers arrive at the summit, they are greeted by a unique 360° panorama and, above all else, long ski runs. The ski area has a connection to the Pustertal railway in Perca-Percha (the Ski Pustertal Express, which makes it possible to arrive at the Kronplatz or to continue on to/arrive from the Sesto-Sexten Dolomites ski area without a car. In the entire ski area, there are some forty dining establishments (restaurants, bistros, cafes, ...) as well as several après-ski sites which are located primarily at the Riscone-Reischach and Gassl valley terminals. The offering for children on the Kronplatz includes five ski kindergartens (some at the valley terminals, some on the summit), a Kids Safety Park, and a children’s restaurant. Freestyle fans have at their disposal the Snowpark Kronplatz (one easy and one medium line) and the Jib Park Korer. 

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