New MMM - Messner Mountain Museum at the top of Kronplatz. The museum will open in summer 2015.
In winter season 2014-15 there's a brand-new location for skiing and snowboarding action and fun: The Kronplatz Snowpark will be set up in a new position, between Belvedere and Plateau slopes.
Starting from December 2014, the two ski Kronplatz (valley station Ried in Perca-Percha) and Dolomiti di Sesto-Sextner Dolomiten (valley station helmet in four chess) are connected to the train. So you can move conveniently by train from one ski area to the other.
You can already use the free internet in the Alpen cable car - starting from December 2015 this is also possible Olang I and II cable car .
Construction of a ski path to circumvent the last steep section of the Ried slope on the Percha side. It will be 680 m long, an average of 12 m wide and feature an elevation difference of 105 m.
As of the 2012/2013 winter season, the Skizug Pustertal will run in 30 minute cycles between the Hochpustertal and Kronplatz ski resort.
The work at the base station in Percha was finished before the beginning of the 2012/2012 winter season. A bistro, ski rental shop and ski depot are now available there for guests.
As of the 2012/2013 winter season, in addition to making your own personal ski movie at Kronplatz, you can also capture memories of your ski day in a special type of souvenir photo.
Widening of the Pré da Peres run on the St. Vigil side in Enneberg along with a reservoir for producing snow.
Construction of the new "Lorenzi" ski slope (blue slope) on the Olang side, beginning at 2043 m and ending at 1690 m above sea level with a length of 1334 m and an elevation difference of 353 m.
The planned new slope will use already existing slopes in the upper portion of the Kronplatz leading from Spitzhorn towards Olang. As of the Rueper Seebl, a new run will be created which will lead in a north-eastern direction down to Rienz.
Length: 7 km
Start: 2,275 m
Destination: 935 m
Altitude difference: 1,355 m
In the process, a new ski pass office and a restaurant/pizzeria/bar/Après Ski have been created!
The Seewiese run has been expanded along with its snow-making capabilities. The slope will be used for training purposes by the ski clubs during the pre-season and main season. It will be blocked off in order to guarantee the safety of the athletes.