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Kronplatz is part of the Dolomiti Superski area, the largest ski area in the world.
Located in the picturesque Pustertal valley, the Kronplatz region is considered by some to be Europe's best-kept skiing secret. Offering mainly beginner and intermediate terrain there is 119km of pistes to enjoy for everyone in the family. At the centre of the quiet village of San Vigilio is the town's beautiful church, encircling there are a small number of shops, some great restaurants and one après ski bar.
In mid-January, the world's best skiers descend on the resort as the Women's World Cup visit.
Resort Altitude: 973m
Resort Skiing: 2,275m
Total Ski Area: 119km
Blue Runs: 52km
Red Runs: 42km
Black Runs: 25km
Unlike most ski areas where the lifts all start in one main hub and diverge as they head up the mountain, the Kronplatz region is made up of small surrounding villages, which converge at the top of the mountain. The ski area then surrounds the entire mountain and guests can descend on long, cruising runs, the whole way down there are superb views over the Dolomites UNESCO World Heritage Site. Tuesday through Saturday the resort also offers night-time skiing across four slopes.
The Snowpark Kronplatz-Plan de Corones is situated between the Belvedere and Plateau slopes. The park features four different lines: an easy line featuring kickers and boxes, a medium rail line, a medium kicker line and a family fun line with banked turns, tunnels, and the new F-tech family fun boxes. The Korer Park is built specifically for kids and has six features for them to learn and develop their skills.
With many ski schools and instructors to choose between, there really is something for everybody.
We’ve partnered with SkiBro, New Generation and Oxygène and highly recommend their services. All of our partners offer fantastic lessons for all ability levels.
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If you’re traveling during a peak week be sure to book these well in advance.
Despite the surrounding villages being small, there is still much to do for those who don't ski. There are snowshoe hikes that explore areas off the beaten track, sledding for those looking for a bit of an adrenaline rush and winter hikes to explore the resort's hidden gems. Various events are held in Kronplatz including the Women's World Cup and the Biathalon World Cup which can provide much entertainment for both skiers and non-skiers alike.