With its variety, high-quality slopes and 360-degree panoramic views, Kronplatz has earned its reputation as a dream destination for discerning skiers. High above the Puster Valley, the ski season is surprisingly long and the slopes are maintained in excellent condition. There are also a few excellent read more difficult runs for skiers looking for more of a challenge. You can usually find a sunny slope all day long in the ski resort of Kronplatz, accompanied by a superb view of the UNESCO World Heritage Site of the Dolomites. And anyone seeking to combine physical pleasures with the chance to satisfy a thirst for knowledge in this Germany-Italian-Ladin melting pot of moods and cuisines can find an architectural jewel on the summit of the Kronplatz: the Messner Mountain Museum MMM Corones, integrated in this natural setting by Zaha Hadid and dedicated to the legendary mountaineer Reinhold Messner. This makes Kronplatz one of just a few selected ski resorts to credibly and cleverly combine modern architecture, tradition and a top-class ski experience. The Women's Ski World Cup held in Kronplatz for the first time in 2017, on the Erta slope in the Piz de Plaies area, demonstrated the positive development of the entire winter sports region. Useful tip: visitors can travel directly to the ski resort of Kronplatz by train from the Percha Ried station. And: a shuttle bus also runs from Kronplatz to the nearby Sella Ronda at Alta Badia.