Ski resorts in Italy

Kronplatz Snow forecast

  • Saturday
    0.1 in rain
    2 mph
  • Sunday
    0.4 in rain
    Heavy rain
    2 mph
  • Monday
    0.7 in rain
    Sol och regn
    1 mph

Facts about Kronplatz

Slopes (Total: 43)
Green Learning / beginner:0
Blue Easy:23
Red Intermediate:15
Black Advanced / Expert:5
Evening skiing:4 number of slopes
Artificial snow:32 number of slopes
Longest slope:22966 ft
Total length of pistes:70.8 miles

Lifts (Total: 32)
Lift capacity:  69791 persons/hour

Vertical drop
Kronplatz Vertical drop
Mountain high: 7464 ft
Vertical drop: 4413 ft
Mountain low: 3051 ft

Start:30 November
End:21 April

Cross country skiing
Tracks:111.8 miles
Lit tracks:24.9 miles
Artificial snow:0 miles

Childrens area:1
Country: Italy

Reviews for Kronplatz

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4 reviews
Börje Hammarling
Börje Hammarling (Guest)
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Kronplatz is one of the most snow-proof ski resorts in Italy. Therefore, there was plenty of snow when I was here during week 5, this snowy season. Most places in the area have both Italian and German names. Therefore, I write both names.

Most of the slopes start from the top of a mountain of 2,275 meters. The mountain looks like the head of an older man. Called at the top and grew on the sides. The top is a flat surface of 200 x 200 and is a given point of collection. From here you can travel in all directions like the oaks in a wheel. The slopes are mostly blue or red. The steepest slopes are two long black slopes on the north side of the mountain and lead down to the outskirts of the city of Bruneck / Brunico. The top of the slopes 2B, 2R and 4 is the best area for off-piste skiing. The lifts are modern, but it is usually necessary to take off the skis many times, especially at San Viglio, when the lifts are used in summer for mountain biking
An expiration of the system goes to the resort of San Viglio Di Marebbe / Sankt Viglin Ennenberg. It was here that I chose to live. Here are some good restaurants in the hotels and some small bars. A quiet society without any other attractions. Here is the black piste No. 40 used by the women's World Cup.

At the top there is a big and boring restaurant and a big bell. Two good smaller cozy restaurants are Oberegger Alm at Piste 21 and Grazin at Pist 12.

Otherwise, there is the MMM Corones Museum, which shows older paintings of mountain and alpine landscape. The city of Bruneck is a pleasant walled city worth visiting
If you are to travel from San Viglio to the train station at Sankt Lorenzen / San Lorenzo Di Sebato, it may be a long car queue on Saturdays.

In summary, Kronplatz is a very snow proof ski system that is enough for a week's stay. The lifts are good but the service offer is what the hotels can offer. Therefore no hideaway. The visitors consist of Italians, South Tyrolians and Germans. The rating will be a 4th. By Börje Hammarling

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Mattias, Erica and Greta
We were here for the 10th time, New Year 2015.
Our favorite because there are incredible beautiful scenery and surrounding mountains. (UNESCO World Heritage Site) Well functioning service and nice handling of lift staff.
The combination of German organization and punctuality and Italian comfort and food works perfectly! Many cheap lovely eateries in the slopes. The population here is three-language: Ladino, German and Italian. English also goes pretty well.
No offpiste skiing! Here you can get a fine if you are considered to cause low-risk for yourself and others.
The weather was mixed but mostly sun. The temperature between -5 C to -15 C. The villages around the ski area Plan de Corones-Kronplatz down in the valley were completely snow-free. But at Kronplatz, snow guarantee applies from mid December to mid April, so snow cannons had efficiently produced snow to the wide well-maintained slopes. Ultramodern ski lifts and rare queues nevertheless made the skiing a pure pleasure. We usually buy the slightly more expensive lift card for the entire Dolomitisuperski area. The system is coherent and huge and so there are endless choices. The card includes a well-functioning ski bus with frequent times. We usually take different day trips to different villages every day for a week's stay. Some days last New Year's weekend there was unfortunately queue in the lifts because Cortina, etc., lacked snow so many skiers from the snowier resorts chose to go to Kronplatz they too.
Actually, we had not planned for so much skiing this year, the reason being that our little daughter Greta was with us and she has just completed 2 years. We had thought that this year she would get acquainted with the snow down in the village of Olang / Valdaora where there is a lot to enjoy with young children. But as I said, no snow there that week! Then we decided to bring her up to Cima Concordia Kronplatz check out the baby ski school. Little Greta liked our surprise so much about the day-care environment there, overlooking the slopes, so she would love to be there in the morning together with the cute professional girls. Mom, my dad, went skiing with a mobile phone in my hand: always exciting for parents with schooling .... This was an unexpectedly positive experience that we will take advantage of on several occasions. Can also recommend Kid Safety Park, a large fenced area where young children learn how to behave in the track of trained instructors in a playfully safe way. When our daughter grows up, she will surely enjoy the two Snowparks already available: EasyPark and Jib Park Korer. Starting this year, skiers can go from Plan de Corones to Dolomiti di Sesto with the local train without getting rid of the pants, very comfortable!
Highest rating for Kronplatz from us!

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However, where v.7 05 only went 3 days here but got a very good impression.
There were a lot of lifts, so you did not get up and the slopes were not busy. They were quite fun (though not very steep). The bad ones were that there was no real park but just a pipe. The weather is also often fine here!

Petteri Koste
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The tree line is far down, all lifts lead to a plateau that is about 200x 200 meters. Then it's free to go down everywhere. We went downhill around the mountain 2.5 laps Koolt as a fan.
Good snow and without gloves all week Recommended to not be backfull if you make a tailor to Val Gardena as there are incredibly narrow serpentine roads ... Spaghetti on the hill every day. Canon good.

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Rider: Anders Koppfeldt Photo: Nils Lämås

Trail map

Trail map Kronplatz

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