More than just ski holidays – Plan de Corones/Kronplatz

Go the full mile: a ski holiday at the Plan de Corones/Kronplatz comes with everything a snow fan can wish for: top-class pistes, views to die for, excellent service and more. You will be spending your active holiday skiing on the slopes of South Tyrol’s most advanced ski resort. With our free Alpen Tesitin shuttle service you will reach the pistes in no time, and you can get your pass in advance directly at the hotel. This way, nothing stands between you and a memorable ski experience!

For a perfect ski holiday at the Plan de Corones/Kronplatz: our ski service

We make it our job to provide you with an unforgettable ski holiday – and we pull out all the stops. Our special ski service is tailored to the needs of our skier guests:

  • A free shuttle service takes you to the Plan de Corones/Kronplatz lifts – and back – in just 14 minutes.
  • You can get your lift pass directly at the hotel – perfect for a no-fuss ski holiday on the snow of the the Plan de Corones/Kronplatz or Dolomiti Superski.
  • At the hotel you find a ski room with ski-boot dryer and a work bench to way your skis.
  • You enjoy 10% discount on equipment rental at our partner ski hire Rent and Go, at the valley terminal in Valdaora/Olang.

Skiing in South Tyrol’s No. 1 ski resort

But what is it that makes Mt Plan de Corones/Kronplatz so special? Here are a few numbers to begin with: 2,275 m of altitude, over 100 km of pistes and state-of-the-art lift facilities, all equipped with WLAN, heated seats and other mod cons to make your ski holiday a thrilling, yet pleasurable experience. Then of course there are the sun-kissed, now-sure, perfectly groomed pistes, offering plenty of variety and challenges for everyone, from beginners to pros. This winter paradise includes some fantastic terrain parks to delight skiers, free-stylers and snowboarders alike. There’s plenty to enjoy for kids, too: Ski kindergarten, kids’ parks and special ski courses – learning to ski can be such fun! Whatever your age, the professional ski instructors will help you learn the moves and improve your technique, while expert skiers can tackle the Black Five: the Sylvester, Herrnegg, Pre da Peres, Erta and Piculin pistes provide an adrenalinic challenge definitely worth accepting!


The icing on the cake? The breath-taking view encompassing the Dolomites and the Alps!

Skiing for gourmets

Sports activities and Alpine flavours – this is a ski holiday at Plan de Corones/Kronplatz in a nutshell. With 40 huts, bars and restaurants to choose from, you can enjoy a break to bask in the sun and taste delicious specialities whenever you like. The local delicacies include hefty Alpine recipes as well as Mediterranean dishes. Feel free to indulge – you will have the perfect excuse to wash it all down with a shot of schnapps!

The Sellaronda and a few other insider tips

Despite being South Tyrol’s No. 1 ski mountain, the Plan de Corones/Kronplatz offers skiers a variety that goes well beyond its sunny slopes; in fact, the Plan de Corones/Kronplatz is part of Europe’s largest ski carousel, i.e. the Dolomiti Superski with its 1,200 km of pistes stretching across 12 ski areas, all accessible with a single pass.  If you are in good shape and have some experience under your belt, then the circular ski tour Sellaronda is an absolute must. It connects four different ski areas in the Dolomites, and offers stupendous views to the Marmolada and the Sella massif!

If you are spending your ski holidays with your family, we can recommend – beside the Plan de Corones/Kronplatz – two more family-friendly ski areas: the Monte Elmo/Helm and the Baranci/Haunold ski areas, which are part of the Three Peaks Dolomites ski resort. These two “good things in small packages” offer 93 km of beautiful, sunny pistes and even more beautiful views; the slopes are ideal for children and beginners. Those who wish to save their legs for the swings can avail themselves of the Guggen lift facilities in Tesido/Taisten (1 km from our hotel).

Can’t get enough of skiing? Then we suggest a ski tour in the Dolomites!

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