The local area has some ideal ski areas for beginners. On the other side of the town to the 'pannetone' is the Miara ski area where runs tend to be more for beginners - however, this is the sunny side of the mountain and so they can sometimes become a little more difficult. There are plenty of opportunities for nervous beginners to get a lift back down again should they wish. From the top of the 'pannetone' there are a number of blue runs - however, it is not possible to ski blue runs from the top to the bottom as the middle run to San Vigilio is red.
Kronplatz and the Dolomiti Superski area is an intermediates paradise. The local area has plenty of red runs to choose from at the top of the 'pannetone' and you can ski from the top to the bottom to San Vigilio on red runs. Two hours from San Vigilio, skiing the connecting runs and using the ski bus is the Dolomite's Sella Ronda - an ideal area for intermediates with a clockwise and anticlockwise circuit made up of mainly red runs and some more challenging runs if you are feeling more adventurous.
On the north-facing Riscone side of the 'pannetone' is where the World Cup Team train. There are two black runs that go from the top of the 'pannetone' to the bottom with a great restaurant half way down.
The cross-country trails in Kronplatz are located in several beautiful settings and range from comfortable and flat to athletic and challenging - all with extra room for skaters. Trails can be found along the valleys, on the mountains at 2,000m and through the fairytale-like woods, so you'll never run out of things to look at.
Prices given below for lift passes, equipment hire, ski school and packages are for information purposes only and may fluctuate during the season. Current prices can be found by proceeding with your booking.
Lift pass coverage:
|6 Days - Adult ||Low ||High |
|Area lift pass ||€266 ||€296 |
|Local lift pass ||€247 ||€274 |
Local lift pass covers all lifts in Kronplatz.
Area lift pass covers all lifts in the Dolomiti Superski
Deposit required for lift pass:
NonePhoto required for lift pass:
: ski areas on the area lift pass are not linked and will require a bus journey to/from the resorts.Low season
deps. 6 Jan-2 Feb 2018 and 17 Mar-6 Apr 2018
Reduced prices for children under 15 years and seniors over 66 years.
|6 days ||Adult |
|Standard skis ||€59 |
|Intermediate skis ||€88 |
|Advanced skis ||€119 |
|Intermediate skis and boots ||€111 |
|Ski / board boots ||€34 |
|Standard skis and boots ||€86 |
|Snowboard ||€81 |
|Snowboard and boots ||€99 |
|Helmet ||€20 |
Reduced prices for children under 11 years. Children must be 8 years and over for board.
|Adult ||Days ||Low ||High |
|Ski/board tuition - intermediate ||5 ||€160 ||€185 |
|Ski/board tution - beginner ||6 ||€165 ||€190 |
Other lesson duration days available
Reduced prices for children under 15 years.Usual hours of instruction:
5 days ski/board school (intermediates): Mon-Wed 10am-12.30pm; Thu 10am-1pm; Fri 10am-12pm
6 days ski/board school (beginners): Sun-Wed 10am-12.30pm; Thu 10am-1pm: Fri 10am-12pmPlease note:
Some courses may need minimum numbers to run. However, if these are not reached, private tuition for less hours will be offered.