A view of the Dolomites: skiing at Plan de Corones/Kronplatz
Skiing in the Plan de Corones holiday region is heavenly! Plan de Corones contains three ski areas, which guarantee a beautiful time in the winter wonderland that is South Tyrol. Plus, in Falzes, which is not far from our hotel in the Puster Valley, there is also a ski slope with beginner’s lift, which makes beginners and families with small children feel instantly at ease.
Everyone can ski in the Plan de Corones region… there are enough blue pistes for beginners, red pistes for occasional skiers and the “Black Five”, five mega challenging black pistes for experts and professionals. Along the pistes and at the ultra modern ski lift facilities, several rustic Alpine shacks offer the opportunity to rest and get your bearings again. The breathtaking views of the stunning South Tyrolean mountain world and the majestic Dolomites are what make the Plan de Corones holiday region so beautiful!
If you want to go skiing or snowboarding on Plan de Corones, you can either go by car or take the skibus, which leaves at regular intervals from Issengo and Falzes. The ski lift facilities in the Plan de Corones ski area are also part of the railway network, so you can get to the pistes using the Ski Pustertal Express which leaves every 30 minutes.
Holidays in the Dolomites: skiing on over 115 slope kilometres
Skiing on Plan de Corones is great fun for everyone as the range of pistes caters for all ability levels. Gentle descents into the valley and steep hangs which would challenge even the most seasoned professional can be found here. Thanks to the highly modern ski lifts, spectacular viewing platforms and the cosy Alpine huts, skiing and snowboarding on Plan de Corones is truly an unmissable experience which will bring a smile to your face when you reminisce about your holiday near the Dolomites.
For all those who have never skied before and who want to give this wonderful winter sport a try, there is a large ski school on Plan de Corones. In the hands of the best trained instructors, you’ll pick it up quickly and have a whale of a time doing so! Of course, they also offer private lessons and courses for experienced skiers who wish to improve their technique.
Klausberg Ski Arena: the most family-friendly ski area in all of Italy
Get your skis on and make your way to the Klausberg Ski Arena in the Plan de Corones holiday region! The most family-friendly ski area in all of Italy is great for young and old. At an altitude of 1,800m, you’ll find 30km of ‘snow safe’ pistes, a ski school which offers special children’s courses, a Dino-Funline for freestylers, the Klausi-Kinderland funpark and rustic Alpine shacks where you can take a break from the pistes. Plus, the Klausberg Flitzer, the longest rollercoaster in the Alps guarantees fun for the whole family and is not to be missed!
Monte Spico ski area: the best things come in small packages
Skiing in the Monte Spico ski area, part of the Plan de Corones holiday region, offers a diverse, fun-packed experience! 38km of perfectly prepared pistes and seven modern ski lifts – the best things always come in small packages and this is definitely true of the Monte Spico ski area. A dedicated children’s ski school with about 40 highly-trained ski instructors makes coming here highly appealing for families with small children.
Plan de Corones: more than just ski!
On Plan de Corones you can do more than just ski! Snowboarders, freestylers and cross-country skiers will feel right at home too. The Snowpark Kronplatz-Plan de Corones has, alongside an Easy Line, a new Medium Rail Line, a Medium Kicker Line and a Family Fun Line – there’s something for everyone here, ranging from adrenaline junkies to action fans and families with children.
In Reinhold Messner’s Messner Mountain Museum Corones on Plan de Corones, you will learn everything there is to know on the subject of mountains and mountain climbing. It’s well worth a visit! Another tourist attraction you shouldn’t miss is the peace bell at the summit of Plan de Corones. It was installed in 2003 to mark the ski area’s 25th anniversary and is only ever rung if a country abolishes the death penalty, a war ends or a convict receives a pardon.
On the comprehensive, 300km-long network of Langlauf tracks, cross-country skiers will want for nothing… from the leisurely to the sporting challenge – there’s something here for every taste. Alongside the classic cross-country ski tracks, there’s also plenty of space for skaters to enjoy their winter fun. Get in tune with nature and take in the breathtaking views of the South Tyrolean mountains!