Kronplatz – The Perfect Ski Experience
SKI LIFTS & SLOPES
Brunico-Bruneck lies at the foot of the Plan de Corones Kronplatz.
Please visit: https://www.kronplatz.com/en for all the information you might need.
Moreover, the Kronplatz app by Intermaps is the perfect companion during your stay in the Kronplatz holiday region. With the Kronplatz App you get news and information from the ski resort directly on the smartphone – unique comfort at the highest level!
If you’re not done with skiing after a full day on the Kronplatz slopes and want to experience the thrill of night-time snow fun, you’re definitely in the right place. A number of select lifts and floodlit slopes, specially prepared for plenty of skiing fun in the dark, make for an unforgettable adventure which every passionate skier should try out at least once!
Please visit: https://www.kronplatz.com/en/kronplatz/ski-lifts-slopes/ski-slopes/night-time-skiing
On the eastern edge of the Ski Mountain, there are marked winter hiking trails with a lovely view of the Valdaora-Olang Dolomites. It is possible to stop off for a bite to eat or a hot drink at the Prackenhütte or the Lorenzihütte.
Please visit: https://www.kronplatz.com/en/kronplatz/winter/winter-hiking
The ski buses run regularly between Brunico-Bruneck and the valley stations of the ski lifts
Please visit : https://www.kronplatz.com/en/kronplatz/planning-booking/local-mobility/ski-bus
Click here for the Skibus Timetable: https://www.kronplatz.com/planen-buchen/mobilitat-vor-ort/skibus/bruneck_1.pdf
- MMM Corones, situated on the summit plateau of Kronplatz (2,275 m), is dedicated to traditional mountaineering, which has strongly influenced – and been strongly influenced by – Reinhold Messner. The museum is devoted to mountain history and also offers unique views of the great mountain walls of the Dolomites and the Alps. At the edge of the most magnificent viewing platform in South Tyrol, in the distinctive museum building created by Zaha Hadid, the view goes beyond the borders of South Tyrol to all points of the compass: from the Lienz Dolomites in the east to the Ortler in the west, from the Marmolada in the south to the Zillertal Alps in the north.