Height difference:

973-2275 m

Track length:

119 km


28 November — 18 April

The Plan de Corones (Kronplatz) ski resort is located in the tourist area of ​​the town of Plan de Corones (Italy, Trentino-Alto Adige, Alto Adige). For skiing and snowboarding, the resort offers 119 km of slopes, to which 33 ski lifts lead. The winter sports complex is located between 973 and 2.275 meters above sea level.

The tracks of the Kronplatz are very diverse, offering panoramic views of 360 degrees. Undoubtedly, this resort meets all the needs of skiers. In that part of Val Pusteria, which is at a sufficient height, the ski season is extremely long and the slopes are really perfect, including the hardest “black” ones. From any slope, the skiers will take their breath away from the greatness of the Dolomites surrounding the resort from all sides. You can also admire the landscape while skiing at night along the well-lit trails Riscone, San Vigilio, Terento, Guggenberg.

Those who want to combine physical pleasure with culture in this German-Italian-Ladin melting pot of atmospheres and cuisines will find an architectural gem at the top of the Plan de Corones: this is the Messner mountain museum MMM Corones, which was perfectly integrated into the mountainous terrain by the architect Zaha Hadid commissioned by the legendary climber Reinhold Messner. Thus, the Plan de Corones complex is one of the few selected ski resorts that perfectly combine modern architecture, national traditions and skiing of the highest level. In 2017, the first stage of the World Cup competition took place here, which also gave impetus to the further development of the resorts of this region.

Working Hours

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday
08:30 — 17:00 08:30 — 17:00 08:30 — 17:00 08:30 — 17:00 08:30 — 17:00 08:30 — 17:00 08:30 — 17:00


On average, the ski season here lasts from late November to mid April.

Ski pass prices

Day ski pass in main season will cost you € 60 (adult), € 60 (children) and € 45 (youth).



52 km


42 km


25 km

Total length of tracks 119 km. The vertical drop is 1302 meters. Ski slopes are prepared by snow groomers. The surface of the slopes is kept in excellent condition by the artificial snowmaking system. In total, the resort has 600 snow cannons that cover 100% of the tracks. In the dark, the territory and slopes for skiing are illuminated.

Kronplatz is a ski ski for both beginners and experts. It offers a variety of slopes, from the “blackest” to the simplest, on which a child will not fall. One of the most interesting trails is the Sylvester trail, down to the descent into the valley. A distinctive feature of the slopes on Kronplatz is that they are very wide, their beginning lies high in the mountains, above the border of vegetation, then they pass through the alpine forest and end in the valley below. The Seewiese track is intended for competitions between members of the ski clubs.

Under the #KRONPLATZFUN sign, the resort’s guests are offered many options for interesting pastime: Snowpark & ​​Family Line, Jib Park, Skimovie, Speed ​​Check, Plan de Corones Cross, Photo Point, Pista World Record, Kids Safety Park, Self Timer Cianross e Playground Snow .

The longest run : Ried, 7 km long, 1103 m vertical drop.

The most difficult track : Piculin, 2 km long, 530 m vertical drop.

It has a 72% slope and is the steepest slope in the resort and in the whole of Italy.

The most interesting tracks :

  • Piculin
  • descent towards Valdaora
  • Ruis towards Passo Furcia
  • Sylvester


T-bar lift:




Gondola lift:


Visitors are lifted up 33 lifts: 23 gondola lift, 4 chairlift and 6 t-bar lift. The total length of the cable cars is 47 km, which are capable of transporting up to 76745 passengers/hour.

At the moment, the resort has only modern gondola and chairlifts. At the beginning of the 2017/2018 winter season, the last Sonnenlift was replaced with a 6-chairlift with weather domes and heated seats. The two gondola lifts are equipped with heated suede (Ried-Gipfelbahn and Marchner) seats.

A highlight is the Ried-Gipfelbahn cable car, which takes skiers directly from Perca train station on a route over 6 km long to the top of Plan de Corones. To ensure the safety of children, there are also only gondola lifts in the beginner areas. Plan de Corones also has the world’s shortest six- and twelve-seat gondola lift.


Villages where you can stay (distance from the center to the resort)

  • Brunico (Bruneck) (4 km)
  • San Vigilio (St. Vigil) (0.6 km)
  • Riscone (Reischach) (1 km)
  • Valdaora (Olang) (2.5 km)
  • Geiselsberg (0.2 km)
  • Piccolino (Pikolein) (0.5 km)
  • Perca (Percha) (0.5 km)
  • Marebbe (Enneberg) (0.6 km)
  • San Martino in Badia (St. Martin in Thurn) (1.7 km)
  • San Lorenzo di Sebato (St. Lorenzen) (4 km)
  • Rasun Anterselva (Rasen-Antholz) (6 km)
  • Gais (9 km)
  • Falzes (Pfalzen) (10 km)
  • Monguelfo-Tesido (Welsberg-Taisten) (11 km)
  • Uttenheim (12 km)
  • Chienes (Kiens) (12 km)
  • Terento (Terenten) (21 km)

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