Kronplatz ski resort, located in the Trentino region of Italy, is part of the Dolomiti SuperSki area. It is one of Italy's larger ski regions and part of the larger still Dolomiti Superski pass, with more than a dozen towns and villages linked on to the huge Plan de Corones ski mountain.
Considered by some to be Europe's best-kept ski secret, the area of Kronplatz ski resort offers world-class skiing for all abilities, with links to the wider Sella Ronda and Dolomiti Superski areas. It’s made up of small villages and towns that surround the ski area’s 'panetonne', shaped exactly as it’s named. The area is extremely well kept and has no fewer than 20 gondolas to whisk you up the mountain. The village of San Vigilio is fairly quiet, with a few shops and some excellent restaurants and just one après bar, all set around a picturesque church.
With 119km of trails and state of the art lifts, Kronplatz ski resort is the mountain for demanding skiers and snowboarders. The terrain breakdown is approximately 57% beginner trails, 28% intermediate and 15% for advanced skiers and snowboarders.
The Kronplatz Holiday Region serves up three separate ski areas at once: Kronplatz, Speikboden, and Klausberg. At the ski area, 464 hectares (1,147 acres) of land are used to groom the trails. Taking into account the average ski run width of 40m (131 ft.), this yields a total value of 116,000m. Being South Tyrol’s ski mountain no. 1, it has also become very attractive for snowboarders. 2 snow parks, flat runs for beginners.
And those who prefer to experience nature in a gentle way go on a voyage of discovery by strolling, hiking, or cycling through the Val Pusteria, exploring its side valleys with the villages so filled with tradition, or visiting Brunico-Bruneck.
As the last few patches of snow melt in the warm spring sunshine, the Kronplatz ski resort transforms into a popular destination for families, hikers, mountain bikers and all those looking for peace and quiet in beautiful surroundings. Skiers and snowboarders are replaced by walkers and cyclists keen to explore the extensive network of hiking, mountain bike and free-ride trails.
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