The Kronplatz (Ladin and Italian: Plan de Corones) is a mountain of the Dolomites in South Tyrol, Italy, with a summit elevation of 2,275 metres (7,464 ft) above sea level.
Kronplatz is not only the name of the mountain but of the whole holiday region. The holiday region of Kronplatz comprises the Puster Valley and some side valleys such as Ahrntal/Valle Aurina, Gsieser Tal/Val Casies, Antholzertal/Valle di Anterselva and part of Gadertal/Val Badia.
In the winter it is a ski resort and some of the lifts remain open in the summer for other activities such as walking, climbing and mountain biking.
- 32 lifts
- 1,375 m (4,511 ft) of vertical descent
- 60 pistes (116 km (72 miles))
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