Skiing area Plan de Corones/Kronplatz

Holidays in South Tyrol’s most beautiful skiing area

The best skiing area in the Dolomites is waiting for you at 2,275 metres above sea level on the flat mountain top of Plan de Corones/Kronplatz. Around this peak, you will find a large number of well-prepared slopes, easy and more challenging ski runs and rustic ski lodges for everyone. No matter which ski runs you choose: the unique panorama of the South Tyrolean Dolomites will always accompany you during your skiing day on Plan de Corones/Kronplatz.

The skiing area Plan de Corones/Kronplatz – the highlights

  • 116 kilometres of ski runs

  • 35 modern ski lifts

  • more than 40 ski lodges

  • 4 slopes are more than 5 kilometres long

  • 346 machines for artificial snowmaking

  • 100% snow-sure area from December to March

  • snow and fun park

  • slope with speed measurement

  • open race piste with timekeeping (EUR 1,- / run)

  • Skiline: summary of your skiing day on the internet

  • SkiMovie: film & download your videos

300 sunny days

Plan de Corones/Kronplatz: 1 skiing area – 3 mountains

During your skiing holiday in Valdaora/Olang, you can discover three sunny mountains with only one ski pass. From our panoramic terrace, you go down to Valdaora/Olang. There, the cable car Olang I + II takes you to the mountain top of Plan de Corones/Kronplatz, where you can gain an overview of the skiing area thanks to a large viewing platform. The panorama ranges from the Zillertal Alps to the Dolomites – and the “Concordia 2000” peace bell watches over them.

Different slopes connect the peak of Plan de Corones/Kronplatz with the wonderful ski runs on the neighbouring mountains – Piz da Peres in the south and Piz de Plaies in the south-west.

Our tip: the most popular and the longest ski runs

  • slope to Riscone/Reischach (length: 5 km / elevation gain: 1,160 m)

  • slope to San Vigilio/ St. Vigil (length: 6 km / elevation gain: 1,070 m)

  • slope to Gassl – Valdaora/Olang (length: 6.5 km / elevation gain: 1,110 m)

  • slope to Perca/Percha (length: 7 km / elevation gain: 1,355 m)

Dolomiti Superski: 1,220 kilometres of ski runs

The Piculin slope down to Val Badia is a very special challenge for experienced skiers. With a gradient of 72%, it is not only the most difficult ski run in the skiing area Plan de Corones/Kronplatz, but also one of the steepest ones throughout Italy.

As soon as you have reached the valley, you have the opportunity to widen your horizons: Within a few minutes, a comfortable ski bus takes you to the neighbouring skiing area Alta Badia. With the Dolomiti Superski pass, you can try out also the World Cup slopes of Alta Badia, Val Gardena/Gröden, Val di Fiemme, Alpe di Siusi/Seiser Alm and much more. 1,220 kilometres of ski runs with only one ski pass: This is real pleasure for skiers!

Do you want to go skiing on Plan de Corones/Kronplatz and enjoy the marvellous panorama?

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