The Kronplatz (Italian: Plan de Corones) is a mountain of the Dolomites in South Tyrol, Italy, with a height of 2,275 metres. Kronplatz is not only the name of the mountain but of the whole holiday region.The Kronplatz region contains three ski resorts: Kronplatz, Speikboden and Klausberg.
Kronplatz is the most famous of the three and boasts amazingly well-groomed slopes and a nice variety of skiing experiences, including both alpine and cross-country skiing. Here there are 119 km of slopes as well as a huge selection of slopes with a large variety of difficulties to choose from. 52 km of blue slopes, around 42 km of red and black slopes guarantee fun for all skiers and snowboarders who come here. The resort has a circular shape not unlike a ring cake (and, indeed, the interior is often nicknamed the Panettone), which makes it easy to navigate.
After having arrived at the top of the peak, you will now have the ordeal of selecting one of three routes to ski down.The slope headed towards Bruneck is particularly long and therefore ideal to enjoy the views. Only skillful skiers should go as far as Reischach because after here you will have to overcome two difficult black slopes that are both over 5 kilometers long and descend over 1300m. The slopes down towards Olang and San Vigilio are both 6km in length and drop 1000m. The ski resort is assured of snow as a result of its 2275m high peaks and but also because there is the option to cover 100% of the pistes in artificial snow.